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January 18, 2005

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Swank Won Golden Globe Award

January 18, 2005 04:29:45 GMT

Gain her career fulfilment winning 2000 Oscar for Boys Don't Cry, Hillary Swank is back on the stage. She won the 62nd Golden Globe award for the best actress drama for her acting as a determined boxer whose life takes a tragic turn which she played in Clint Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby.

That tragic role in the movie has, anyway, set Swank on top of Golden Globe Awards that becomes a bright achievement in her career.
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Olsen Twins Going Their Separate Ways

January 18, 2005 03:50:05 GMT

The teen twins, Ashley Olsen and Mary Kate, are going their separate ways and living on their own. America's Star magazine wrote that Mary Kate is going to move out from their New York City apartment and leave in her own 'hut".

Many rumours raise commenting on their separation. One source says that both Kate and Ashley want to find their own identities by living independently so that people will no longer identify the twins as the same persons.
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Foxx Wants His Sex Photos Back

January 18, 2005 03:22:55 GMT

Insisted in claiming that he had legally taken Foxx photos sexual engagement activity from a dumpster near his house, Mark Filthian sued Jamie Foxx for becoming his hiring men abuse.

Filthian said that Foxx hiring men had beaten him with "fist and furnitures" to forcefully get Foxx "stolen" photos back.
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DiCaprio Won The Best Actor Golden Globe Award

January 18, 2005 02:54:51 GMT

Leonardo DiCaprio won the best actor Golden Globe award for the role of Howard Hughes, a "queer" US billionaire he played in The Aviator, a Martin Scorsese's epic drama. Giving his gratitude to his supportive parents that he finally won the award, caring DiCaprio also urged people in the universe to donate the Tsunami victims.

Along with DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx who was nominated for three Golden Globes, only won one, but was a big award which was the best actor in a musical or comedy for his role as Ray Charles, the soul singer in Taylor Hackford`s Ray.
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Martin Scorsese Dominated Golden Globes

January 18, 2005 02:31:55 GMT

The veteran director, Martin Scorsese, dominated Golden Globe awards held last Sunday, January 16, 2005, picking up forteen nominations for his Aviator, including one for Best Film, for the Orange British Academy Film Awards.

Besides, the three Globes won by The Aviator including the top prize Best Motion Picture had proven or maybe strengthen Scorsese's good work as a professional movie director. Keep on fire bro!!!
 
 
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