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August 04, 2005

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Another Hilton - Richie Feud

August 04, 2005 08:42:40 GMT

Box office will become another arena to battle for the feuding friends Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, whose films will be released on the same day in November. And you viewers and/or moviegoers will be the witnesses as well judges to decide which one is better.
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Gere Follows the "Flock"

August 04, 2005 08:22:27 GMT

There must be something interesting about the $35 million indie thriller "The Flock" that attracted actor Richard Gere to star in. The film, which marks the English-language debut of Hong Kong director Andrew Lau (Wai Keung Lau), tells the story of a hypervigilant agent (Gere) who, while training his young female replacement, must track down a missing girl who may be linked to a paroled sex offender he is investigating.
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"Afro Jackson Samurai"

August 04, 2005 07:54:28 GMT

"Afrosamurai," the live-action feature film based on a Japanese "manga" comic, has attracted the attention of Samuel L. Jackson that he has signed to star in and co-produce. The movie production is set to begin next year, with a 2007 release date being eyed.
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'The Pianist' Carrying Twins

August 04, 2005 07:45:28 GMT

"The Piano" star, Holly Hunter, who is also an Oscar winning actress is expecting twins with actor boyfriend Gordon MacDonald. No date of deliverance has been confirmed. They will be the first for the actress.
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Music? That Would be Fine for Wood

August 04, 2005 07:31:49 GMT

Claiming to have been utterly obsessed with music since 13, actor Elijah Wood is going to open his as-yet-untitled label later this year. Saying "My taste is pretty eclectic, so my label won't have a specific sound. Though if Radiohead are ever looking for a deal, I'd sign them any time," Wood hopes that this new project of his will attract a wide range of acts.
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$2 Million for Jacko Trial

August 04, 2005 07:15:26 GMT

Nothing in relation with the King of Pop that isn't worth to be reported. Recent news mentioned Michael Jackson agreed to an exclusive post-trial interview with a weekly magazine for $2 million. According to American gossip website PageSix.com, the magazine is the US edition of OK! magazine.
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"We're okay," said Lachey

August 04, 2005 06:44:35 GMT

Between thousand, or maybe more, Nick Lachey is the one who knows the right time, the right place, and what to say. Served as a guest host on popular chat show "Live With Regis & Kelly," the singer made use the moment to clarify many reports focusing on his marriage with wife Jessica Simpson.
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Aniston's Absence in Friends Reunion

August 04, 2005 05:12:12 GMT

Actress Jennifer Aniston will not join the other casts in an upcoming documentary of popular sitcom "Friends." Rumor says that she does not want to appear because she is still agitated by her split from Brad Pitt. Aniston herself states that her refusal is based on the reason that she wants to move away from the image of Rachel Green, her character in the series.
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No More Chappelle's Show

August 04, 2005 04:39:15 GMT

According to one of the stars of Chappelle's Show, Charlie Murphy, Dave Chappelle is likely to put an end to the famous show. "`Chappelle's Show' is over, man. Done," Murphy said. "It took me a long time to be able to say those words, but I can say it pretty easy now, because it's the truth."
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Stern More Exposed

August 04, 2005 03:58:45 GMT

Radio talk host Howard Stern has signed deal with In Demand Networks to establish a video-on-demand service of his radio show. People who want to access his show have to order a Howard Stern channel from their local cable providers. Concerning this, In Demand said that Comcast, Cox and Time Warner have given their approval to carry the channel.
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Charlie Conquers U.K.

August 04, 2005 03:25:32 GMT

Not only in U.S., "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" has also gained sweet result in U.K., taking the first place at U.K. box office while scoring 7.9 million pounds during its opening weekend. Sitting at number two was Dreamworks' "Madagascar," followed by superhero flick "Fantastic Four" at the third spot. One of two new U.K. entries, "The Skeleton Key," secured the sixth place with 769, 968 pounds.