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Columbia University Sticks to Its (James) Gunn

In 2014, “Guardians of the Galaxy” made James Gunn a household name. As a film director, Gunn has earned a die-hard fandom by injecting irreverent comedy, dynamic music, and high energy into his work. Now one of Hollywood’s top directors, he is known for his work in both the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), which includes the “Guardians” trilogy, “The Suicide Squad,” and the “Peacemaker” series..

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Actor Ed Harris Trades In Columbia Football Cleats For Legendary Hollywood Run

Today, younger audiences may know actor Ed Harris best as The Man in Black on HBO’s “Westworld,” but the highly prolific performer has appeared in over 100 TV shows and films so far. Born in 1950 to a middle-class New Jersey family, Harris would have to wait until 1983 for his breakout role as astronaut John Glenn in “The Right Stuff”…

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Filmmaker Ric Burns Keeps Columbia University In Focus

Born in 1955, Ric Burns is an internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and writer best known for his eight-part, 17-hour public television program “New York: A Documentary Film.” Since founding Steeplechase Films in 1989, Burns has gone on to direct some of the most distinguished historical documentary programs for PBS…

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