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July 19, 2005

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Bean's New Girlfriend

July 19, 2005 06:34:41 GMT

First met at an exclusive bar in Soho, London, actor Sean Bean (46) and his now girlfriend Georgina Sutcliffe (27) have been so in love to each other. And so as day goes by, their love grows stronger and stronger. Having such strong feeling towards each other, the age difference is no longer a matter.

One of the star's friends even says, "It's been a real whirlwind but they are very happy with each other. They met at a bar in Soho and have been together ever since. She's also been on the sets of his latest projects. The age difference doesn't bother them in the least and there's even been talk about them having children in the future."
News > Music News

Blunt Secures First Number One

July 19, 2005 05:58:32 GMT

After spending 7 weeks on the U.K. charts, singer/songwriter James Blunt, who is also an ex-British army officer, secured his potential - landing at No.1 on both the UK album and singles chart Sunday. At the same time his ballad "You're Beautiful" tops the single chart, his debut album "Back to Bedlam" also lands the top spot at album chart.

Elsewhere, last week champ 2Pac's "Ghetto Gospel" featuring Elton John drops to second and soon followed by Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" at three. While new entry Elton John's "Electricity" is at four, Charlotte Church's "Crazy Chick" slips one to number five. Another new entry in the top 10 is Inaya Day, whose "Nasty Girl" opened at No. 9.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Slander Costs Hilton $10 Million Lawsuit

July 19, 2005 05:01:27 GMT

The tongue wounds more than a lance. That proverb is true, at least for the hotel heiress Paris Hilton, who is facing a $10 million slander lawsuit filed in by actress Zeta Graff. Furious or maybe feeling offended with the comment uttered by the socialite's publicist on a story from the New York Post, which claimed she had attacked the Simple Life TV beauty, Graff has hired a team of top lawyers to fight Hilton.

A source reveals, "Zeta has filed for slander because the New York Post item was fabricated." This may be a very good example for all to use their tongue wisely, otherwise it could harm you.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Producer Seeks Million Thank You from Ashanti

July 19, 2005 04:36:59 GMT

First she approached him in 1996 for help, then Genard Parker willingly helped Ashanti in his Bronx home-based studio for eight months when she had yet popular. Later when the female singer signed contract with another record company, Parker released her from his contract in condition that he could produce two songs on her first album and receive a $50,000 advance plus royalties.

Fortunately, the two records went success and earned Ashanti abundant wealth. Nevertheless, the already becoming a star never paid Parker, and worse than that she never thanked him. This apparently made Parker mad and thus he's seeking million dollars of damages from her.
News > Movie News

"Madagascar" Rules Foreign Box Office

July 19, 2005 04:07:30 GMT

Madagascar picture
Though the DreamWorks cartoon "Madagascar" doesn't secure No. 1 at this weekend box office, still it astoundingly rules foreign box office with its highest weekend total to date grossed $31 million from 40 territories. In details, "Madagascar" opened to $9.7 million in the U.K. and $8.2 million in German market. In the meantime, in Austria it led with $1.1 million, $1.4 million in Taiwan, and about $1 million in Hong Kong.

Also scored at the international box office is the movie "War of the Worlds" which was grossed about $30 million, raising its total to $256.5 million. Along with both there is Fox's "Fantastic Four," earning an estimated $20.1 million. Some other projects scored at the international box office, including "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith," "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D," "Herbie: Fully Loaded," "Land of the Dead," and "Bewitched."
News > Movie News

The "Chocolate Factory" Seized Market

July 19, 2005 03:40:10 GMT

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory picture
Just one week after its release, Warner Bros. Pictures' "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" has amazingly seized public market, taking in $56.2 million, led the weekend movie list. Opening in second place was comedy "Wedding Crashers" with $33.9 million, while 20th Century Fox's "Fantastic Four" slipped to No. 3 with $22.8 million.

Meanwhile, "War of the Worlds" could only conquer 4th position with $15.2 million. Came after was Warner Bros.' "Batman Begins" scoring $6 million and soon followed by Fox's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" in sixth with $5.2 million. The rest Top 10 movies at North American theaters Friday through Sunday, including "Dark Water" in 7th with $4.6 million and "Herbie: Fully Loaded" at 8th with $3.6 million. The rest two were "Bewitched," $2.6 million and "Madagascar," $2.3 million.
 
 
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