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March 09, 2005

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Virgin Mary in Gibson's Next Movie

March 09, 2005 04:36:25 GMT

Mel Gibson is now working on the follow-up movie to "The Passion of the Christ" that will tell about the experience of three children, Lucia Dos Santos and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta, all of whom claimed the Virgin Mary appeared to them in a vision in Fatima, Portugal, a place she predicted World War II, turmoil in Russia and a Pope being shot.

Gibson once talked to the becoming Sister Lucia after a special screening of The Passion of the Christ last year at her Rome convent he specially arranged for the nun who wanted to see it. Sister Lucia passed away a month later, but it doesn't hinder Gibson to keep working on his new movie about her and the visions she had at Fatima, which an Italian film insider says still very much at the initial stages.
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Bullock Denies Marriage Reports

March 09, 2005 04:03:00 GMT

Actress Sandra Bullock denies reports saying she's planning to marry her producer boyfriend Jesse James. Though James was reported to have proposed her, still marriage isn't everything for Bullock who insists marriage isn't a priority for her.

To explain her statement she reveals how people had misinterpreted the meaning of happiness that many of them get married for the wrong reasons. That's why she suggests everyone to start thinking about the overall consequences of a marriage.
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Jolie Helps Aiding Refugees

March 09, 2005 03:21:46 GMT

In an effort promoting people of Washington to help refugee, the Oscar winning actress Angelina Jolie has given more than $3 million, including $500,000 to help finance an organization that will provide free legal aid to the thousands of children who arrive alone to the United States each year as refugees and immigrants.

To a greater extent, at the same ocassion Jolie also issues plans for the Washington-based National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children, expected to open shop this spring. The National Center will cooperatively run by the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, which will enrol and train lawyers nationwide to work pro bono helping young immigrants who often be the victims of trafficking or abuse.
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Carter's Self Defense Over DUI Charges

March 09, 2005 03:07:06 GMT

Soon after his detention on suspicion of drunk driving in Huntington Beach, California on Saturday night, Nick Carter relesed a statement pointing his doctor-recommend as the one responsible for his running-in with the law.

He says to "deeply regret the current situation. He is on doctor-prescribed medication and was unaware of its interaction possibilities."
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Spears is Set for a Sexy Magazine Photo Spread

March 09, 2005 02:44:12 GMT

Britney Spears is set to appear topless, wearing just a necklace gift from husband Kevin Federline on the upcoming cover of US fashion magazine Allure. Additionally, she will also reveal her six-month marriage life, especially how she feels about it.

The pop star admits it's difficult for her to start being a wife after years spent living in party and tour. To surprise she has to do the things, like taking care the children Kaleb and Kori, changing the diaper, and get the dog to the vet. Such reality makes Spears' first week of marriage so hard, though things are starting to go really smooth now.
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Vin Diesel's Pacifier Tops Box Office

March 09, 2005 02:22:05 GMT

Vin Diesel's new comedy hit "The Pacifier" about a NAVY Seal turned babysitter has hit this weekend box office grossing $30.6 million well ahead of Travolta's much-hyped "Get Shorty" sequel "Be Cool" which earned $23.5 million.

In the third position there is Will Smith's new comedy "Hitch" which earns $12.5 million, just $500K ahead of "Diary of a Mad Black Woman" to win the fourth place. Next there is Oscar winning "Million Dollar Baby" to be number five in box office taking home $8.5 million.
 
 
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