The 1960's TV show "I Dream of Jeannie" will go the big-screen. Has been appointed to star in is Hollywood beauty Jessica Alba. In the movie, the actress is set to play alongside Jimmy Fallon. In a further report, it is claimed that Alba has decided not to return to the screen in a sequel of this year's lukewarm release "Fantastic Four."
Stone Village Pictures has acquired the remake rights to the 1955 French heist classic "Refifi," which originally directed by Jules Dassin in France. As the do so, Harold Becker has been appointed to direct, while famous actor Al Pacino is set to star.
"USA Today." Wait a minute, that's not referring to the newspaper, but the latest hit single of country star Alan Jackson. What's wrong with that? Nothing, except it has successfully landed at No. 49 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart in the week ended August 14.
Once trying to sing, Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx reaps success as Kanye West's "Gold Digger," which he featured in, jumped three places to No. 3 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in the week ended August 14. Meanwhile, his "Extravaganza" with West featured in, was at No. 77 on the same chart. Be the first still pop diva Mariah Carey. Congrats Foxx and keep on fire.
Country singer Garth Brooks has inked an exclusive multi-year agreement with Wal-Mart Stores Inc.. The agreement between both remains on told, but it reportedly will make Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and their online outlets the only places where Brooks' music will be commercially available.
No smoke without fire. "I think that you need to hit rock bottom before you make a decision about what you're going to do in the future," Superior Court Judge Rand Rubin told actress Courtney Love, who has to eat the fruit as a result of her probation violation.
Former Singled Out host Jenny McCarthy makes a surprise. After a nearly six years of marriage, she suddenly seeks for divorce from husband, director John Asher. As confirmed by her publicist, both of them have filed for divorce and citing, like usual, "irreconcilable differences" as the main cause. Well?!
She maybe a "Desperate Housewives" star, but in fact not that desperate. And so the actress, Marcia Cross, got engaged to her stockbroker boyfriend of six months, Tom Mahoney, the actress' rep, Heidi Slan, confirmed to E! Online Friday.
"Shoot 'Em Up" is a hard-core action project from screenwriter-director Michael Davis tells about a woman having a baby during a shootout. The man who delivers the baby, called Mr. Smith, is entrusted to protect it from an army of gunmen.