Rep. Adam Kitzinger (R-IL) on Sunday declared that Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL sniper who set a record for killing the most people, should be a role model for children in the United States. During a panel discussion on CNN, Kitzinger said that he saw Clint Eastwood’s movie, “American...
Fox News host Charles Payne on Sunday said that liberals were wrong not to treat Navy SEAL Chris Kyle as a hero because the U.S. had used snipers and other types of military force to “save the planet” and lift a billion people out of poverty. In a segment on Sunday, the hosts of Fox...
When starring in movies like "American Hustle" or "The Hangover," 40-year-old actor Bradley Cooper is able to stay at his normal weight around 185 pounds. But for his Oscar-nominated role as Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in "American Sniper," Cooper had to bulk up to play the 225 pound sniper. Show More Summary
On Feb. 2, 2013, former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed at a shooting range near Chalk Mountain, Texas while attempting to help fellow veteran Eddie Ray Routh. He had gained notoriety during the Iraq War—with 160 confirmed kills out of a possible 255, Kyle remains the deadliest sniper in U.S. Show More Summary
This exchange, three years ago, between talk show host Conan O’Brien and Chris Kyle shows why the retired Navy SEAL was so beloved. Conan gets the good-natured Kyle to laugh
The Hollywood Left is having fits over the success of American Sniper, the box office record-breaking bio-pic of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle directed by Clinton Eastwood that has garnered six Oscar nominations. As has been reported, there is a campaign … Continue reading ?
Chris Kyle’s suspected killer Eddie Ray Routh has requested a change of venue in the upcoming murder trial of the Navy SEAL portrayed by Bradley Cooper in American Sniper. On February 2, 2013, just four years after Kyle left the military,...Show More Summary
"... as they stared at the closing credits and tried to absorb the meaning of what they’d seen. They filed out silently, too.... The movie seems to have pinged off something in the American psyche... [Navy SEAL Chris] Kyle, the movie makes clear, joined up to defend America after al Qaeda began making its moves. Show More Summary
If you’re not familiar with the story behind the founding of Blackhawk, you’re missing out on a key component of the company’s drive and dedication to quality and superior performance. A Navy SEAL started the company after an experience...Show More Summary
In my review of American Sniper, readers Comrade X, Ned Weatherby and I had a discussion about the rifle Chris Kyle used. Here it seems to be answered affirmatively correct for all of us. Being a highly trained Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle had used many weapons over the course of his military career. There were […]
The movie American Sniper has won widespread acclaim for its gripping depiction of Chris Kyle, a Navy SEAL considered to be the deadliest sniper in United States military history. American Sniper has also generated a moral controversy. For...Show More Summary
Forged, a San Diego-based apparel and accessories brand founded by two Navy SEALs in 2007, will be selling official movie merchandise linked to the film "American Sniper," the label announced late last week.
Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL who inspired Clint Eastwood's blockbuster film "American Sniper," was a man of faith with a "huge heart" despite what some critics are saying, according to his widow Taya.
The current No. 1 movie in America stars Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller and a fake baby Clint Eastwood's latest film, American Sniper, tells the story of Chris Kyle, a real-life Navy SEAL known as the deadliest marksman in the UnitedShow More Summary
American Sniper is a big Hollywood success story. The movie is based on the true story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, reportedly the most lethal sniper in United States military history. (Note: The movie should not be confused with American Snipper, a documentary about my barber.) The film has already grossed more than 100 million dollars. Show More Summary
Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle would be "laughing off" the criticism of "American Sniper" if he were alive today, so says the co-writer.
Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated military drama American Sniper has been all over the news this week. Based on the true story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (played by Bradley Cooper), the film broke box office records over the three-day weekend. Show More Summary
The real-life widow behind Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" has found solace in the film's record-breaking success.
Bradley Cooper’s preparations to portray Chris Kyle in “American Sniper” began in the dining room and the weight room: To take on the role of a 230-pound Navy SEAL sniper, Cooper would have to pack on muscle — and a lot of it. “I had to get to the point where I believed I was […]
Country star Craig Morgan took issue with Seth Rogen after the actor posted a tweet mocking "American Sniper." On Sunday, Rogen tweeted that he felt Clint Eastwood's new movie, which focuses on deceased Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, reminded...Show More Summary