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September 22, 2005

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Kung Fu Panda

September 22, 2005 06:31:24 GMT

You may think it's impossible for panda to do what so-called as Kung Fu. It's possible somehow. Wanna see one? Watch Dreamworks Animation's "Kung Fu Panda" which is due in 2008. Mark Osborne and John Stevenson will direct the film.
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Tom Super Sizemore

September 22, 2005 06:17:03 GMT

Apart from his acting career, Tom Sizemore is a smart man. He knows how to make use things, even the bad ones of him, to his advantage.
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RIP; Jack H. Yearwood

September 22, 2005 06:01:46 GMT

Jack H. Yearwood, 72, died early Tuesday in Monticello, Ga., Amber Williams, a publicist for Trisha Yearwood's record label, MCA Nashville, revealed. "Please keep the Yearwood family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time," Williams said in a written statement.
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Get 'One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back'

September 22, 2005 05:48:12 GMT

Glam rock band from the United Kingdom, The Darkness, offers something new and distinct for worldwide music industry with their upcoming album dubbed "One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back." The set, which is the follow-up to their 2003 debut "Permission To Land," is due November 28 in the UK and a day later in North America via Atlantic Records.
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Zep's Page Made Rio de Janeiro Honorary Citizen

September 22, 2005 05:01:58 GMT

Rock guitarist Jimmy Page, who also is the founder of the band Led Zeppelin, was awarded honorary citizenship in the state of Rio de Janeiro for his work with Brazil's poor and abandoned children. Page was honored for supporting "Casa Jimmy," a residential shelter set up in 1997 in the Rio district of Santa Teresa.
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Billboard 200 Champ; Paul Wall

September 22, 2005 04:15:13 GMT

Rapper Paul Wall emerges as the new champ at Billboard Top 200 as his album "The Peoples Champ" debuts at #1 on the chart this week. With first-week sales of 176,800 units in the U.S. alone, he successfully drops last week's champ, Kanye West's "Late Registration" to No. 2 with 165,000 copies. Meanwhile, San Diego rock act Switchfoot is at No. 3 with "Nothing Is Sound" sold of 131,000 copies.
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Gyllenhaal Joining Hollywood Fest Honorees

September 22, 2005 03:51:57 GMT

Two thumbs up for the like of Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, and director Paul Haggis, all of whom have been added to the list of filmmakers to be honored by the Hollywood Film Festival next month. Gyllenhaal is set to receive the Hollywood Breakthrough Actor of the Year Award, which will be handed during the event's Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony October 24 at the Beverly Hilton.
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Nelly Goes Beyond Rap

September 22, 2005 03:35:37 GMT

For Nelly life isn't merely about rap. Rapping indeed isn't everything for him and so he steps his feet beyond, inked a deal to develop a reality television series with A. Smith & Co. Productions that was announced Wednesday. The show will be a journal of "the day-to-day life" of the hip-hop rap artist.
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New Woman on Clooney's Love Life

September 22, 2005 03:21:12 GMT

Just three months after his split from British TV presenter Lisa Snowdon, actor George Clooney has been reported to find a new woman. It's Italian heiress Gianna Elvira Cantatore, with whom he reportedly closes with.
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John Stamos to Appear on ER

September 22, 2005 03:07:36 GMT

Not only his former wife Rebecca Romijn that sparks news, John Stamos does too. The star is slated to guest star on two episodes of "ER" this season, playing a character who is a veteran of the first Gulf war as well as working his way through med school as a paramedic.
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Revolver Without Madonna

September 22, 2005 02:51:29 GMT

Criticisms proven very influencing and that have made British director Guy Ritchie makes up his mind. As he said Tuesday, he decided not to cast wife Madonna in his latest movie "Revolver" in order to avoid the kind of response from critics that he received when he cast her in his last film "Swept Away."
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Chef Catherine Zeta-Jones

September 22, 2005 02:28:47 GMT

Hollywood actress Catherine Zeta-Jones seemingly likes challenge a lot. Approvingly the beauty has signed on to play the role of a chef in Castle Rock's romantic comedy drama "Mostly Martha." Her portrayal in the Scott Hicks direction, which screenplay written by Carol Fuchs, would be something new for her.
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JD the New INXS Singer

September 22, 2005 02:14:00 GMT

Australian band INXS ending their long journey looking for the right person to fill the right place in their formation. And they come up with J.D. Fortune, publicly declared him as their new singer on CBS' "Rock Star: INXS" Tuesday, ending 13 weeks of American Idol-style competition among 15 performers.