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January 19, 2005

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Scorsese Is Bestowing an Honorable Presidency

January 19, 2005 04:38:02 GMT

The American film director, Martin Scorsese, who along with seven other famous American film directors, created a foundation dedicated to the conservation of cinemographic documents, announced that he's going to bestow an honorable presidency from the Vienna Film Museum, considered one of the most important in Europe.

Scorsese was really proud for the "awesome" appreciation he got from Vienna Film Museum, which widely known for its remarkable collection, unique sense of cinema, and programming creativity all of which have made it a model for the rest of the world.
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Gillian Anderson Married her Long Time Boyfriend

January 19, 2005 04:20:48 GMT

Gillian Anderson known for her action as agent Dana Scully in "The X-Files" series had married her 42 years documentary filmmaker longtime boyfriend, Julian Ozanne. The modest marriage ceremony held in December 29, 2004 was taken place at a friend's beach house on Lamu's Shella island, off Kenya's Indian Ocean coast, People magazine reported.

Attended in the ceremony, which included hymns sung by a Kenyan choir in Swahili, was both couple relatives and some of their close friends.
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Jessica Comes Back to MTV

January 19, 2005 04:02:28 GMT

Jessica Simpson and his husband, Nick Lachey, are going to play their third season "newlyweds" MTV real show on January 26, 2005.

The 10 new episodes of "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica," will present the couple adventures, including housebreaking their new dog, Daisy and also Jessica's preparations for the role of Daisy Duke she's going to perform in an upcoming movie adaptation of "The Dukes of Hazzard."
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Pamela, the New Susan Mayer

January 19, 2005 03:17:31 GMT

Pamela Anderson feels sorry for "replacing" Teri Hatcher's role as a divorced single mother Susan Mayer in the ABC hit comedy, Desperate Housewives.

Knowing that the show is really great, Anderson then decides to accept the offer to play the role for which she was ever approached one year earlier from Hutcher, but rejected it due to her "blonde trademark".
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Hatch Stumbles Over Tax Evasion

January 19, 2005 02:38:04 GMT

The Survivor Hatch was sentenced guilty by the U.S. Attorney's office for his 2000 and 2001 failing income report. As Federal prosecutors said on Tuesday that Hatch (43) was charged for omitting the $1 million seven-figured check he won at the first TV's original Survivor reality show in 2000. Besides, he also omitted the $10,000 he picked up as an appearance fee for the top-rated August 2000 Survivor finale special.

While on his 2001 tax year return, Hatch didn't mention the $321,139 he earned from a Boston radio station. If later on he was proven to be guilty, then for every of those charge Hatch had threaten a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison plus a $250,000 fine.