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March 22, 2005

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Pythons Reunite

March 22, 2005 04:40:39 GMT

Eric Idle, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones and Michael Palin, all of whom the five last members of legendary comedy group Monty Python's Flying Circus, have reunited for the first time since 1989 at the Broadway premiere of musical Spamalot - based on their cult film Monty Python And The Holy Grail. The show which was written by Eric Idle got enthusiastic applause from critics and was enjoyed by all of the group members who at the end of the show joining the cast including Tim Curry, David Hyde-Pierce and Hank Azaria on stage to sing "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life," and simultaneously burying a number of rifts that have reportedly kept them apart for the last 16 years.
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Berry Is in A Desperate Bid to Have A Child

March 22, 2005 04:19:31 GMT

Actress Halle Berry is looking for a sperm donor as her first option before she comes to adoption just to have another child of her own. "I've been so desperately unlucky in love and that has thwarted my desire for motherhood. It's so frustrating and it looks like the only option I have left is to head for the sperm bank. The only other option would be adoption. I really earn for a child and I can't wait much longer," the actress openly admits.
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Aniston's "Breakup"

March 22, 2005 03:54:12 GMT

What a fortuitously that following her separation with Brad Pitt in January, Jennifer will in short time play in her next movie entitled "The Breakup." Instead of commenting on the rumors and tabloid reports that relate the film with her estrangement, the Friends beauty tend to laugh at it.
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Stallone to Induct Hogan in Hall of Fame

March 22, 2005 03:38:42 GMT

The tough actor Sylvester Stallone will induct Hulk Hogan into the WWE Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Los Angeles on April 2, 2005, World Wrestling Entertainment announced Monday. The induction ceremony itself is planned to be held at the Universal Amphitheatre, an official WrestleMania Week event in Southern California. Sections of the hall of fame induction will air that evening on Spike TV at 11 p.m. ET.
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Ryan & Crystal Voted the Greatest on-Screen Couple

March 22, 2005 03:28:02 GMT

Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal have been voted the greatest on-screen couple of all time in a new poll commissioned by British chain store Woolworths thanks to their 1989 romantic comedy "When Harry Met Sally." Right after both there are Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart who win the second position for their romance in the Oscar-winning 1942 classic "Casablanca." Julia Roberts and Richard Gere as well come third for their team-up in hit 1990 movie Pretty Woman.
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Condon's Kinsey Tops at UK Awards

March 22, 2005 03:09:46 GMT

Directors Guild Of Great Britain awards held on March 20, 2005 has been dominated by Bill Condon who successfully brought home the prestigious International Film Prize for his biopic about sex scientist Alfred Kinsey. This winning has left Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning Million Dollar Baby, Martin Scorsese's The Aviator, and Mike Leigh's Vera Drake empty-handed.
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Winfrey to Star in Poverty-Stricken Reality Series

March 22, 2005 02:41:52 GMT

Has interviewed many famous celebrities and done shows on almost every subject imaginable, Oprah Winfrey is now planning to star in a poverty-stricken reality TV series, which will bring out America's inner-city housing crisis. For this new series, the 51-year-old American TV chat show queen, who is also one of the world's richest women, has agreed to reside in a high-rise apartment on a notoriously tough Chicago, Illinois, estate for a month.
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Sean Connery to Write Memoirs

March 22, 2005 02:22:37 GMT

Sean Connery is going to write an autobiography, which will be write by famous ghost-writer Hunter Davies, who has been signed by the acting legend since last summer. This second memoirs after Connery's previous one is planned to launch in 2007 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of his glittering film career.