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August 24, 2005

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The Vendetta Is Delayed

August 24, 2005 07:18:23 GMT

It isn't London's recent bomb attacks that cause the release date of the terrorism-themed movie "V for Vendetta" being postponed. Instead, technical difficulties are responsible for the date change from November until next year, the movie bosses insisted.
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Foster, The Brave One

August 24, 2005 06:55:23 GMT

Thriller movie has driven Jodie Foster mad that not only she's so in love but also gets addicted to it. After number of thriller movies she starred in, she's now in negotiations to star in "The Brave One."
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Shania Fits the "Shoes"

August 24, 2005 06:33:53 GMT

The "Shoes" fit in Shania Twain's feet. Since it does so, the single will lead the album "Music From and Inspired by Desperate Housewives," due September 20 via Disney's Hollywood Records. Alongside the album, there will be an accompanying video featuring Twain alongside "Desperate Housewives" casts Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Felicity Huffman and Marcia Cross.
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Kidman Eyeing The Bachelorette Party

August 24, 2005 06:17:37 GMT

Aussie-based actress Nicole Kidman is eyeing "The Bachelorette Party." She even has optioned the rights to the novel of the same name by "Legally Blonde" screenwriter Karen McCullah Lutz.
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Kelly Outs from The Closet

August 24, 2005 06:04:07 GMT

R. Kelly has just sparked controversy concerning his "Trapped in a Closet," yet he'll soon out from the closet as MTV is bringing him onto the stage at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. The R&B star appearance, which was announced Tuesday by the network, will mark his first time performing on the annual awards show. Kelly will join previously announced performers Green Day, Coldplay, The Killers, Shakira, Kanye West, Ludacris, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and Kelly Clarkson.
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Oh "Margaret"

August 24, 2005 05:06:21 GMT

The green light is on and so "Margaret" outs. The film made by writer-director Kenneth Lonergan is set to begin shooting in New York next month.
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Thornton Putting on His Spacesuit

August 24, 2005 04:47:22 GMT

Just finished shooting "Mr. Woodcock," actor Billy Bob Thornton is preparing his space suit to star in "The Astronaut Farmer." It is a drama about an eccentric farmer who builds a rocket inside his barn, to the chagrin of his neighbors and the government.
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The Perfect Strangers

August 24, 2005 04:33:55 GMT

Though they've known each other for a quite long time, Bruce Willis and Halle Berry will act as strangers to each other. Relax, that's just for the sake of the psychological thriller, "Perfect Stranger," directed by James Foley, for which they are set to star in.
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Foreign Success Lands on "The Island"

August 24, 2005 04:22:09 GMT

The Michael Bay-direction, "The Island," led the international box office for a second consecutive week, taking in $12.9 million from 44 markets to lift its total to $85.3 million. In details, the sci-fi thriller has topped the box office in France with $3.9 million, while at the same time it also became the 1st in Belgium, Denmark and Finland. Meanwhile, five weeks after it's been released in Korea, "The Island" remains strong with a market total of $20.5 million.
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Stewart; to "defend my honor"

August 24, 2005 03:52:50 GMT

Showed up in federal court Tuesday, singer Rod Stewart said he was there to "defend my honor" in a breach of contract lawsuit filed by a Las Vegas resort. There stood the rapper to face off against Harrah's Entertainment in a lawsuit over a canceled casino concert. The Harrah's-owned Rio Hotel-Casino claims the British rocker canceled a 2000 concert while recuperating from thyroid surgery. Thus, the company is seeking the return of $2 million paid to Stewart for the show, plus interest and attorney's fees.
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The "Dog" Is on Fire

August 24, 2005 03:30:59 GMT

Can't you hear the dog barks? Listen carefully, the Regency Enterprises production, "Firehouse Dog," is on fire. Emmy-winning TV director Todd Holland has signed on to helm, while Josh Hutcherson has signed on to star in.
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Evading paparazzi, Scarlett Lost in Car Accident

August 24, 2005 03:14:23 GMT

Driving down a highway in a Mercedes with two friends Thursday, Scarlett Johansson suddenly noticed that she was being followed by four sport utility vehicles with paparazzi inside. Trying to evade, the U.S. actress drove her car in Disneyland's parking lot, paid the 10-dollar parking fee to get in, but was still being followed.
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"Saw 2" Poster Severed

August 24, 2005 02:54:16 GMT

Instead of raising its thumbs, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) tends to give thumbs down to the poster for the upcoming horror sequel "Saw 2," which features severed fingers as the Roman numerals. "Unacceptable," that's how the MPAA perceived the already sent out advance poster with the graphic image to online media.
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50 Cent Sues Car Dealer Over Commercial

August 24, 2005 02:29:04 GMT

One more trouble to solve for rapper 50 Cent. The star, born Curtis James Jackson III, filed a lawsuit in federal court Friday against a Philadelphia car dealership, Gary Barbera Enterprises, which he claims has used his name and image in its advertisement without permission.