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August 09, 2005

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"Dirty Tricks" by the Stars

August 09, 2005 07:44:44 GMT

Wanna know the "Dirty Tricks" played by the celebrated? Watch the upcoming movie and you'll see how the like of Gwyneth Paltrow, Meryl Streep, Annette Bening and Jill Clayburgh play their tricks.

The fourth beauties will respectively portray Maureen Dean, the wife of Nixon staffer John Dean; Martha Mitchell, the wife of whistleblower John Mitchell; legendary White House reporter Helen Thomas; and Pat Nixon. Aside, there's yet confirmation on who has been cast as Nixon pooch Checkers.
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Seinfeld & Simon Do Care About Autism

August 09, 2005 07:26:18 GMT

Though they are comedians, whose job is to entertain and amuse people, doesn't mean that they consider all things as a joke. There's time when they uttering joke, vice versa there's time they becoming serious about certain things. Yes, this time Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon are serious, they're not joking.

Both stars will team up, performing a one-off show to raise money for autism research. The show, which will be held September 24 at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre, will be hosted by Tom Brokaw. Moreover, the show will benefit the new non-profit organization Autism Speaks.
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Viva Vito

August 09, 2005 07:00:49 GMT

Premiere magazine has listed The Top 100 Film Characters Ever, which first position is secured by the one of Marlon Brando's Vito Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola's classic "The Godfather." In 2nd place on the list is Humphrey Bogart's Fred C. Dobbs in the 1948 movie "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre." Vivien Leigh's Scarlett O'Hara from "Gone with the Wind" is the highest placed female character in third place.

Elsewhere, Anthony Perkins' role as Norman Bates in the 1960 "Psycho" is in 4th place, followed by Sean Connery's original James Bond in "Dr. No" in 5th place. From 6 to 10 in sequence are Diane Keaton's Annie Hall - "Annie Hall" (1977); Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones - "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981); Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley - "Alien" (1979); Sean Penn's Jeff Spicoli - "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (1982); and Andy Serkis' Gollum - "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy (2001).
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Chappelle's Show Comes to an End

August 09, 2005 06:22:49 GMT

At last, ending the many-sparked rumors about the end of Dave Chappelle's show dubbed "Chappelle's Show," the comedian's collaborator Charlie Murphy confirmed the hit comedy show would never return to TV screens. Insisting the end of the project, Murphy says, "I don't think Dave is going to do any more. We shot about eight shows for the third season. They'll be released on DVD, I'm sure. But that's it." Well, it's obvious then there won't be "Chappelle Show" anymore.


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Miller Asks Advice

August 09, 2005 05:09:41 GMT

Sienna Miller apparently is eager to find out reasons behind Jude Law's infidelity toward her. The actress has consulted Gilda Carle, a top psychologist from New York, talking over her fiance's affair with her children's nanny, Daisy Wright. "Gilda has been talking to Sienna about what she has coined the 'cheataholic' and examining the causes for rampant infidelity," a source said.


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Sanchez Producing "Yellow" in Hometown

August 09, 2005 04:55:08 GMT

"Yellow" is maybe a big and important project for Roselyn Sanchez as for that new project, which she also co-wrote and is producing, she willingly returning to her hometown Puerto Rico because she will shoot the movie there besides shooting it in New York. Moreover, in order to guarantee the success of "Yellow," the movie involving the like of; Steve J. Brown as producer, and Jeff Golenberg and Sam Maydew as executive producers.

Also there is Alfredo De Villa to direct and Nacoma Whobrey to write the screenplay, which is based on a story by Whobrey and Sanchez. The story of "Yellow" centers on a woman who is haunted by the death of her father. The cast includes Bill Duke, D.B. Sweeney, Sully Diaz, Jaime Tirelli and Manny Perez.
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Lopez Feels Too Much

August 09, 2005 04:47:48 GMT

Latin actress Jennifer Lopez considers the media's over-exposure as the one who is responsible for hampering her acting career. Looking upon her past experience in securing a role in "Out of Sight" and "U-Turn," she feels that it is easier to earn a role she desires before the media nails her.

"In the beginning, I was a blank slate. I got to work with all these great directors because I was just a girl who came in there and did well in the audition," she said. "Then when I became famous, I was being offered movies that I could star in but that's all I was being offered. When I think I should be seeing the big directors, they don't even consider me. They see me as a sexy singer and too much in the media."
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Ja Rule Burns Dominican Republic

August 09, 2005 04:26:50 GMT

On Sunday, August 7, Ja Rule performed in front of about 3,000 people at Quisqueya Stadium in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as a part of his Wonderful Tour. This concert made the rapper became the first internationally known hip-hop star to perform in the country.

During the show, actor Vin Diesel surprisingly came by and joined Ja Rule on the stage while also greeting the audiences. Diesel was in Dominican Republic to look for locations for his upcoming movie.
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More Charges to DMX

August 09, 2005 04:04:43 GMT

Earl Simmons or known as the renowned rapper DMX was charged on Monday with violation on the conditions of a plea deal he made after his last-year case of driving through an airport parking gate at JFK Airport in New York while on drugs. After receiving a conditional discharge last December, he was again charged with driving 104 mph near his home and shortly thereafter was involved in a three-car accident. The rapper could as well spend one year in jail if a judge decides these incidents violated the conditions of his release. His next trial is scheduled on October 11.


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A Ride in Tommyland

August 09, 2005 03:24:12 GMT

After three years, Tommy Lee finally comes up with a new album entitled "Tommyland: The Ride" on Tuesday, August 9. The album contains his collaborations with other artists, like Matt Sorum of Velvet Revolver, Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, Joel Madden and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte, Deryck Whibley of Sum 41, Nick Carter of Backstreet Boys, Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction, Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate and Carl Bell of Fuel. One of its singles, "Good Times," becomes the theme song of Lee's reality show, "Tommy Lee Goes To College."

In related news, Lee states that he and former wife Pamela Anderson still possess deep feelings toward each other. "We're crazy in love," he said. "We're going to take things slowly and see where they go."
 
 
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