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July 11, 2005

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The Ageless Stone

July 11, 2005 04:39:48 GMT

Her still staying beautiful in her 47-years-age without the need for cosmetic surgery has led actress Sharon Stone to reign the top position of new list of ageless Hollywood stars in 'In Touch' magazine. The full list covers famous names, including Marisa Tomei, Andie MacDowel, Sheryl Crow, John Stamos, Will Smith, Kristin Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tom Cruise, and Loni Anderson.


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Nike Goes with Kobe

July 11, 2005 04:28:32 GMT

The athlete is back. For the very first time since his arrest two years ago for an alleged assault on a female employee at a Colorado resort, Kobe Bryant has his photos being used for Nike ads, which happen to appear in Sports Illustrated. Speaking about the use of Bryant's image, Nike spokesman Rodney Knox explained, "Nike agrees with most NBA observers that Kobe ranks among the very best players in the NBA, and his training and preparation are key elements of his game." And thus, the athlete name appeared in an ad earlier this year.


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McKnight to Sing for All-Star Spectators

July 11, 2005 04:15:16 GMT

Commencing the All-Star game held at Comerica Park on Tuesday, R&B artist Brian McKnight will sing the Canadian national anthem along with the Canadian All-Star Choir, a combination of three choirs from Windsor, Ontario, located across the Detroit River from the city. Meanwhile, members of the Grammy-winning Winans gospel family will join McKnight to perform "God Bless America" during the seventh-inning stretch.


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"Rush Hour 3" Won't Rush

July 11, 2005 03:52:32 GMT

Fans of "Rush Hour" and its stars Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker have to wait for the movie third installment for an unspecified period of time. To your notice, "Rush Hour 3" is stuck in neutral because of Tucker's too much demand.

"He wants too much power. The movie company hasn't obliged. He wants final editing rights and the final look at the movie and so on," so Chan said to The Associated Press Thursday. Further the actor suggests his co-star, saying "He's still a new actor. How many movies has he made? Two movies have already made him very famous and made him a lot of money. He needs to learn slowly."
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Slim Thug's "Already Platinum"

July 11, 2005 03:31:55 GMT

Houston-based rapper Slim Thug has just had his major label debut "Already Platinum" released Tuesday via Geffen Records. Speak about the new album, Slim claims that it is simply a testament to his independent success instead of the title which maybe sounds arrogant to many. Moreover, "Already Platinum" also includes big-name guest stars, like Lil Jon, Ludacris, and The Neptunes.


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"Countryman" out Tuesday

July 11, 2005 03:12:23 GMT

The "Countryman" married the street on Tuesday. It is Willie Nelson new reggae album, which he began work on in 1995 for Island Records but was shelved after Universal bought Polygram, and Island founder Chris Blackwell left the company.

The album, produced by Don Was, includes reggae versions of Nelson songs, such as "Darkness On the Face of the Earth" and "One in a Row." Also it covers Jimmy Cliff's "The Harder They Come" and "Sitting in Limbo," and a song called "I'm a Worried Man" by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, which Nelson recorded as a duet with Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals.
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Long Live 2Pac

July 11, 2005 02:54:23 GMT

The late American rapper Tupac Shakur topped the British singles charts on Sunday with his "Ghetto Gospel" featuring Elton John. By doing so, Tupac prevented Pop singer Mariah Carey's new track "We Belong Together" from the top spot, instead of the second top.

Stayed cool at No. 3 was James Blunt with "You're Beautiful," which soon followed by Welsh soprano Charlotte Church's "Crazy Chick" at No. 4. In companion, Idol Kelly Clarkson's new release, "Since U Been Gone" entered the charts at No. 5, left behind the already on the top spot for four weeks, the Crazy Frog.
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"Four" No. 1 at Box Office

July 11, 2005 02:33:11 GMT

To everyone's surprise, "Fantastic Four," the movie which is based on characters in the comic book stable of Marvel Enterprises Inc., surprisingly took in $56 million during its first three days. The had been in the works for 11 years movie has firstly been expected to reach only $30 million ticket sales, yet it did better and thus "Fantastic" soared to top the North American box office.

Apart, last weekend's champion, "War of the Worlds," slipped to No. 2 with $31.3 million for the three days beginning on Friday and soon followed by "Batman Begins" with $10.2 million. At 4th was "Dark Water" which raked in $10.1 million. Action thriller "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" slipped two places to No. 5 with $7.9 million, while "Herbie: Fully Loaded," opened at No. 6 with $6.3 million.
 
 
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