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NEWS
November 6, 1995 | ANN CONWAY
She has returned, quietly. For months, Cindy Costner has been overseeing the construction and design of Twin Palms, a Newport Beach restaurant that will open this week with a flurry of charity events. The former Fullerton resident and ex-wife of actor Kevin Costner is the creative partner behind the 425-seat emporium that will offer Provencal cooking and musical entertainment. It feels good to be on "familiar ground," Costner says.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 25, 2002
The supernatural love story "Dragonfly," starring Kevin Costner, left, opened at No. 3 over the weekend with an estimated $10.4 million; "Queen of the Damned," with the late singer Aaliyah, premiered at No. 1 with $15.2 million. Story, F4.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 24, 1990 | NINA J. EASTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Morgan Creek has locked up Kevin Costner to star in its upcoming Robin Hood epic, "Prince of Thieves," throwing into question the future of two other projects based on the popular legend. "Prince of Thieves," based on a script by Pen Densham and John Watson that Morgan Creek bought for $1.2 million last February, is scheduled for release next spring, the company's officials said. Warner Bros. will distribute the film in the U.S., while Morgan Creek is retaining overseas rights to the movie.
MAGAZINE
January 27, 2002 | FRED DICKEY
At first blush, you wouldn't suspect the innocent trimaran rocking gently on its triple hulls in a San Diego Bay marina of abetting a movie debacle. But on this very craft, Kevin Costner swashbuckled, emoted and, um, relieved himself into a can to groans from critics and audiences in 1995's "Waterworld." As unlucky filmgoers may recall, Universal's $175-million sci-fi opus took place on a water-covered future Earth where Costner grew gills and fought bad guys for custody of little piles of dirt.
NEWS
May 25, 1995 | BILL HARLAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the final scene of "Dances With Wolves," a Lakota warrior sits on horseback, atop a limestone cliff in the Black Hills. Wind In His Hair shouts to his departing white comrade, Lt. Dunbar: "Can you not see that you will always be my friend?" Always? In the movies, maybe. In real life, Kevin Costner's relationship with the Lakota Sioux has hit a rocky patch. Indians in South Dakota are angry about Costner's proposed land swap with the U.S. Forest Service.
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