Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin was in Dallas on Wednesday to promote his new movie, “Steve Jobs”, which opens Friday.
Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin was in Dallas on Wednesday to promote his new movie, “Steve Jobs”, which opens Friday. Aaron Vincent Elkaim AP
Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin was in Dallas on Wednesday to promote his new movie, “Steve Jobs”, which opens Friday. Aaron Vincent Elkaim AP
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Academy Award winner asks, “What happened to TCU?”

October 22, 2015 06:28 AM

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