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September 03, 2005

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Alba & Christensen Pair Up for "Awake"

September 03, 2005 05:11:56 GMT

Just like the lips meet the glass, that's how Jessica Alba and Hayden Christensen would be a very match pair in the up-coming movie "Awake," for which they'll pair up for the newly formed Weinstein Co and GreeneStreet Films. The film is to be produced by Joana Vicente and is written and directed by Joby Harold, who's making his big-screen debut as both writer and director on the project.
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Elizabeth Reaching The Golden Age

September 03, 2005 04:47:58 GMT

Shekhar Kapur and Cate Blanchett are both about reaching their "Golden Age." The two of them are set to reprise their role in the up-coming sequel of the 1998 "Elizabeth," entitled "Elizabeth: The Golden Age."
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98 Boys Reunite for Friend Election

September 03, 2005 04:19:53 GMT

It's been so long that 98 Degrees, consisting of members Justin Jeffre, Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, and Jeff Timmons, do not make a public appearance. Yet, all of them will on Saturday afternoon reunite to attend a campaign function for Jeffre, one of seven candidates in the nonpartisan Sept. 13 mayoral primary that will determine the two candidates for a November run-off.
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Pearl Jam's 1st Visit to South America

September 03, 2005 04:05:48 GMT

Seattle-based rock band Pearl Jam, who is considered to be one of the most popular and influential artists of the 1990s, is about to pay their very first visit to South America later this year. The band plans to begin their tour there November 22 in Santiago, Chile.
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Kutcher & Moore, Most Romantic Couple

September 03, 2005 03:42:45 GMT

Despite their controversial romance to many people perception, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have been crowned Hollywood's Most Romantic Couple based on a poll conducted by In Touch magazine. Both of them beat the other 9 lovers rounding out the Top 10 of the poll, which include Kate Bosworth & Orlando Bloom at 2nd, and Will Smith & Jada Pinkett Smith at 3rd.
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The Sun Shines on Yeoh

September 03, 2005 03:23:37 GMT

Previously appeared in the James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies" and the martial arts hit "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," Michelle Yeoh will in the near future star in a science fiction movie called "Sunshine." The film is directed by Danny Boyle, with Alex Garland writes the script.
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$250,000 From Duff to Katrina

September 03, 2005 03:01:25 GMT

"Man is the cruelest animal," though they still have a heart anyway. Approvingly, people still concern about their companions who need help.
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Dave Does Care For Katrina

September 03, 2005 02:37:16 GMT

If Nicolas Cage willingly spends his $1 million to relief efforts residents of New Orleans affected by the Hurricane Katrina, Dave Matthews Band has their own way to show the sufferers they do care. The music band is about to hold a Sept. 12 concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, with all profits to go to charities supporting the storm victims.
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The Generous Cage

September 03, 2005 02:17:38 GMT

In the wake of the destroying Hurricane Katrina that affected many, Hollywood actor Nicolas Cage feels the burden to give help for its victims. The star has on September 1st, donated $1 million of his own cash to relief efforts residents of New Orleans affected by the storm, as said by his publicist, Annett Wolf, "(Cage) wishes to help his neighbors during this most devastating time." Let's hope the very best for those sufferers.
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Levy Turns 21

September 03, 2005 01:55:37 GMT

The MGM casino-set thriller "21" will soon be released as Shawn Levy is in talks to direct after Brett Ratner turned the chance down to direct the 20th Century Fox's "X-Men 3." The story line of "21" revolves around a group of young men who become experts in the art of card counting, which actually is based on Ben Mezrich's best-selling nonfiction tome "Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six M.I.T. Students Who Took Vegas for Millions."