誰來演呢?你再也想不到,演出【王牌天神】第二集和【小太陽的心願】那個諧星, 史蒂夫卡爾演出約翰. 杜邦.
世界第一大化學廠,美國杜邦家族的幼子, 約翰杜邦, 當著自己司機和死者遺孀的面,槍殺他一手培植贊助的奧運摔角冠軍,連開兩槍,當場讓冠軍斃命.
John Eleuthère du Pont (November 22, 1938 – December 9, 2010) was an heir to theDu Pont family fortune and a convicted murderer. He was an ornithologist (publishing several books on birds), conchologist, philatelist, coach, and sports enthusiast. As aphilanthropist, he founded and directed the Delaware Museum of Natural History, which opened in 1972. He also contributed to Villanova University and other institutions.
In the 1980s, he established a wrestling facility at his Foxcatcher Farm after becoming interested in the sport and the pentathlon events. He became a prominent supporter foramateur sports in the United States and a sponsor for USA Wrestling. In the 1990s, friends and acquaintances were concerned about his erratic and paranoid behavior, but his wealth shielded him. In 1997, he was convicted of the murder in the third degree of his friend Dave Schultz, an Olympic champion freestyle wrestler. He was ruled to have been mentally ill but not insane and was sentenced to prison, where he died in 2010.
Du Pont is the subject of the 2014 film Foxcatcher, in which he is portrayed by Steve Carell. Carell's performance was met with acclaim, including a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Actor.
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Roald Dahl Museum Captures Writers Wit
The British author Roald Dahl can easily be named one of the world's greatest children storytellers of all time. Some of his books ? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and James and the Giant Peach ? are approaching a half-century in age but still have a universal appeal, selling more than a million copies a year in the United Kingdom alone and translated into 34 languages. That's quite unusual for an author who's been deceased for nearly two decades. Arts on the Air, visited the author's hometown in Great Missenden, England to check out the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre which houses the complete collection of his works and keeps his personal story alive. (Reporter Alison Hawkes)
Roald Dahl letter warning student to 'eschew beastly adjectives' rediscovered after 35 years