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The Los Angeles County coroner's office says that Ian Cuttler Sala, a Grammy-winning art director who was a passenger in a car driven by Sami Hayek, died of multiple traumatic injuries.
Salma's brother, Sami, is hospitalized with broken ribs and facial lacerations after he reportedly lost control of a car he drove, crossed the lane and crashed into another car.
This year's 'Worst' nomination list is once again linked to Adam Sandler whose movie 'Grown Ups 2' appear in almost every category.
Frank Langella, Alfred Molina and Quvenzhane Wallis are also added to the cast of Roger Allers' animated feature.
International big name stars turn up at Germany's Bambi Awards to accept their prestigious honors at the November 22 event in Dusseldorf.
The 'Savages' director is pictured staring down at Salma's cleavage and extending his hand as if trying to get touchy-feely with her assets.
Lawyer Mark Geragos says the attempt to blame the nightclub brawl on Breezy is 'frivolous.'
Berry's lawyers have filed a declaration from Hayek, in which the Latin actress said France is a safer place for celebrities.
Discussing their characters, Hayek says that Elena has to run a drug cartel for 'the survival of her family,' while Lively dishes that O dates two men at a time because 'she doesn't have a family.'
Adam Levine wins a big fight, but it no longer matters when he returns home and finds out that the people he loves dearly have left.
Lively stuns in a Zuhair Murad couture dress, while Hayek smolders in a green Gucci gown during the special screening event taking place at the Mann Village Theatre.
When asked why he delayed the legal recognition process of Evangelista's son, Francois-Henri Pinault reveals that he and Hayek at the time dealt with fear that their own baby had Down syndrome.
The actress is made the new ambassador of The Breakfast Project, saying 'I'm trying to be a positive breakfast role model'.
The 'Savages' actress will be inducted into the Legion d'Honneur with the rank of Chevalier or Knight as her father-in-law Francois Pinault is promoted into the rank of Grand Officer.
Disputing claims that he has been 'paying zero' toward raising Augustin, Francois-Henri Pinault insists he has 'recognized' the 4-year-old boy, who is totally integrated within his family, since 2007.