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July 07, 2005

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Spears Needs Some Money

July 07, 2005 04:30:34 GMT

It's the first ever Pop diva Britney Spears is reported running out of money. Her pregnancy is supposed to be the cause that places her in such condition for since then she didn't sing at all. Even worse, husband Kevin Federline hasn't worked for over a year.

Struggling to fund their celebrity lifestyle and the recent $7 million purchase of and renovations on a new Malibu, California house, Spears reportedly wants to deliver a new album into shops. Columnist Cindy Adams of New York Post reported, "Mrs. Federline recently made a quiet call to her record label. The gist of the discussion: We've got to get money in the house. Cash flow is going down. How about we cut another album?"
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"Mrs. Smith" Adopts Ethiopian Baby Girl

July 07, 2005 04:13:25 GMT

Accompanied by Brad Pitt and her son Maddox, Angelina Jolie visited the Horn of Africa nation last week to file her adoption request. "The paperwork has gone through. Miss Angelina's request was accepted last week," Hadosh Halefom, head of the country's state-run adoption agency, told The Associated Press.

Broke the news to People magazine, Jolie announced the child, an orphaned Ethiopian baby girl whose parents were killed by AIDS, is named Zahara Marley Jolie. Further, the Hollywood actress said that she and Maddox are "very happy to have a new addition to our family."
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366 Days for "God-fearing good person"

July 07, 2005 03:52:27 GMT

Lil' Kim said "At the time, I thought it was the right thing to do, but I now know it was wrong. I have worked hard my entire life for everything I have, everything I have accomplished. I ask you to consider my entire life's work and not just the days in the grand jury and on the witness stand in the courtroom. I'm a God-fearing good person." In hearing this, U.S. District Judge Gerard Lynch came to his another consideration.

Taking into account the public perception of sending a young black entertainer to prison far longer than Martha Stewart, Lynch believed the rapper deserved more time for she had lied about a violent crime, not a white-collar scheme. Hence, as the final decision Kim only sentenced to a one year and one day in prison for perjury and conspiracy, and fined $50,000 for her March conviction of lying to a federal grand jury about a 2001 shootout involving members of her entourage outside a New York City radio station.
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Smart New Movie by Spielberg

July 07, 2005 03:28:20 GMT

"Viewing Israel's response to Munich through the eyes of the men who were sent to avenge that tragedy adds a human dimension to a horrific episode that we usually think about only in political or military terms. By experiencing how the implacable resolve of these men to succeed in their mission slowly gave way to troubling doubts about what they were doing, I think we can learn something important about the tragic standoff we find ourselves in today." So says Steven Spielberg explaining the factor encourages him to produce his up-coming movie.

To succeed the movie, revolves the terrorist attack on the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich and which screenplay written Tony Kushner, Spielberg has come to Aussie actor Eric Bana to star in as the leading Israeli secret service agent. Already signed up to star in also Geoffrey Rush, Daniel Craig, Mathieu Kassovitz, Ciaran Hinds and Hanns Zischler.
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Tomei Joining "Danika"

July 07, 2005 03:13:59 GMT

The psychological thriller "Danika," which is made by Roberts/David Films Inc. and Blue Omega and which screenplay written by Joshua Leibner, will be shot in the L.A. area and Maryland. Joining to play in it, including Craig Bierko, Regina Hall and Marisa Tomei.

Tomei is set to play the title character, a woman whose fears for her children are manifested in premonitions of death and disaster. Bierko will play Tomei's husband, while Hall acts as her psychiatrist and confidant.
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Mode Playing the "Angel"

July 07, 2005 02:49:45 GMT

Depeche Mode is ready to play the "Angel." "Playing the Angel," the band will have that new album released in October via Mute internationally and Reprise/Warner Bros. in North America.

Moreover, the band will also have a North American tour, during which they will play such tracks, as "Macrovision," "I Want It All," "Sinner Me," "Precious," "John the Revelator," "Suffer Well" and "A Pain That I Used To Be," so said in the band's Web site (http://www.depechemode.com). Dates and venues for the fall trek have yet to be announced, but a European run will get underway January 13, 2005 in Dresden, Germany.
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Strait No. 1 on the U.S. Pop Charts

July 07, 2005 02:18:27 GMT

Counting down time, Country veteran George Strait has already produced numbers of album and his now "Somewhere Down in Texas" becoming the 28th of his career. Experienced a lot in working music album, his latest one successfully topped the U.S. pop charts Wednesday for its third consecutive, sold 245,000 copies in the week ended July 3. Right after Strait was hip-hop duo Ying Yang Twins, whose "U.S.A.: United States of Atlanta" sold for 201,500 copies.

Halted by Strait's attainment, Coldplay's "X&Y" slipped to number three with 140,000 discs sold and soon followed by "The Emancipation of Mimi" by Mariah Carey, which fell two places to No. 4 with 130,500 copies. The No. 5 spot reigned by Cassidy's "I'm a Hustla," which was sold 93,000 copies, while at No. 6 was Black Eyed Peas' "Monkey Business" with 90,000 copies. Foo Fighters' "In Your Honor" dropped four to No. 7 with 88,000 copies, while No. 8 to 10 in sequence were; Kelly Clarkson's "Breakaway," Gwen Stefani's "Love. Angel. Music. Baby.," and Toby Keith's "Honkytonk University."
 
 
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