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September 27, 2005

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It's All About Girl

September 27, 2005 07:45:23 GMT

The not-yet married couple, Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams, has discovered the sex of their soon to born baby. It is going to be a girl. Wow, the couple reportedly was very delighted.

Williams is expected to give birth in the next few weeks. Though, she's not yet planning on a marriage. "I had a few fantasies about a husband and a wedding when I was a little girl. But I'm really happy with things just the way they are right now," the actress said.
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Enrique Iglesias, One of "25 Sexiest Bachelors"

September 27, 2005 07:13:36 GMT

Enrique Iglesias really is a man. The Latin singer has been picked as one of the "25 Sexiest Bachelors" in People en Espanol magazine's 2nd annual poll in an issue on newsstands Oct. 3. The man has been chosen mainly for his "smoldering good looks and successful crossover appeal."

Also included in the poll among others are singer Pablo Montero, actors Eduardo Yanez, Gabriel Soto, and Wilmer Valderrama. Those are followed behind by the like of Enrique Murciano, Eduardo Xol, Robert Grant, and Tony Gonzalez, the Pro Bowl tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Chad Michael Murray & Sophia Bush Split

September 27, 2005 07:03:59 GMT

"This is a difficult and unfortunate situation. I am glad this is being resolved sooner rather than later." So said Sophia Bush speaking about her split with husband of five months, Chad Michael Murray. The couple was married in April during a seaside ceremony in Santa Monica and called it quit after merely five months of marriage.

Murray himself said "I am saddened to announce that Sophia and I are separating. This is a very difficult time for me." No other details on the separation so far.
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Kathy Griffin Seeks Divorce

September 27, 2005 06:52:20 GMT

Kathy Griffin, comedian who has appeared on such TV shows as "Seinfeld" and "Suddenly Susan," has filed for divorce from husband Matt Moline after 4 1/2 years of marriage. In the divorce papers, filed Friday in Superior Court, Griffin cites irreconcilable differences as the cause besides asking the couple's assets be divided and that Moline be denied spousal support.


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Pamela Anderson Files Restraining Order

September 27, 2005 06:36:10 GMT

"Baywatch" babe Pamela Anderson has filed for a restraining order against William Stansfield, a fan of hers she claims has confronted her and her children. The actress/model claims the 29-year-old man has been "stalking and harassing me, my sons and other family members for more than a month," according to court documents obtained by the TV show "Extra."

As revealed in the court documents, Anderson claimed to see Stansfield talking to her children Brandon and Dylan at school. And "He began talking to me, explaining that he wanted me to stop working on "Stacked" and work on a movie with a script that he had written for me."
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'Lestat,' A Must-See

September 27, 2005 06:09:30 GMT

You maybe questioning what 'Lestat' is? No need to confuse about that. 'Lestat' is the new Elton John-Bernie Taupin musical based on Anne Rice's novels.

And aside from your confusion, the production will have its Broadway debut April 13 next year at the Palace Theatre. Preview performances begin March 11, while its world premiere will be in San Francisco Dec. 17 - Jan. 29 before moving to New York.
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Welcome Back Fugees

September 27, 2005 05:52:59 GMT

Years of waiting finally is paid off and fans may feel glad with that. Please welcome back The Fugees. The consisting of Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Pras Michel, is definitely back, bringing their new material.

The group's label, Sony Records, already set a December 27 release date for their new untitled album with a video from the new project to be released in the coming weeks. Prior to that, The Fugees' first new single in almost 10 years, "Be Easy," has been debuted on urban radio last week.
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Bo Dads Aidan Bice

September 27, 2005 05:41:35 GMT

American Idol runner up Bo Bice is so happy. He and wife Caroline Fisher welcomed a newborn son named Aidan Bice Saturday, September 24, 2005. Roger Widynowski, a rep for the rocker confirmed the news but provided no other details. Congrats anyway.


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Don't Miss It; "Headhunters"

September 27, 2005 04:56:13 GMT

Headhunters picture
Don't think twice, watch the must-to-see "Headhunters." It is the movie adaptation of Jules Bass' sassy comic novel of the same title, which story centers on four New Jersey women who jet to Monte Carlo and pretend to be rich heiresses in hopes of landing wealthy husbands. There, they are targeted by four down-on-their-luck gigolos trying to pass as wealthy playboys.

Oscar-winning Australian actress Nicole Kidman is set to star as one of the four gold-digging husband-hunters. Rick Schwartz of Blueprint Films will co-produce the film with Kidman, while brothers Jez and John Henry Butterworth will pen the screenplay.
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Jury Acquitted Beanie Sigel

September 27, 2005 04:40:12 GMT

Philadelphia rapper Beanie Sigel cleared Monday in attempted murder retrial. The 31-year old star, born Dwight Grant, was facing a retrial for allegedly shooting Terrance Speller outside a strip club on a crowded Philadelphia street, July 2003.

Speller claimed that he first told police he was shot during a robbery, but a day later told family and police Sigel shot him and was initially afraid to tell the truth. Yet, after a careful investigation, jury decided to clear Sigel from charges and he's now free.
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The Supremacy Triumph

September 27, 2005 03:52:05 GMT

Bourne Supremacy, The picture
Films and the people behind collected abundant awards at the Taurus World Stunt Awards, held Sunday at Paramount Pictures. The event, hosted by Dwayne Johnson, will air on the E! cable channel on October 13. Among number of winners was "The Bourne Supremacy," which honored Best Work with a Vehicle and Best Stunt Coordination and/or 2nd Unit Direction in a Feature Film. Also there was "Kill Bill: Vol. 2" which picked two awards as well.

For the people, Quentin Tarantino of "Kill Bill" was named Action Movie Director, and Vic Armstrong was handed Lifetime Achievement Award for a career that included doubling for Harrison Ford in the "Indiana Jones" series. Sylvester Stallone, in companion, was named Action Movie Star.
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Oprah Winfrey Presents: "The Color Purple"

September 27, 2005 03:36:18 GMT

The kind-hearted and generous Oprah Winfrey has reportedly agreed to invest more than $1 million in a Broadway musical version of Steven Spielberg's "The Color Purple," for which she ever performed and was nominated for an Oscar. During an interview with New York Times the Hollywood babe revealed "It's been a secret dream of mine to be part of Broadway. ... I hope to be able to do for this production some of what I've been able to do for books -- that is, to open the door to the possibilities for a world of people who have never been or even thought of going to a Broadway show."

The musical will be titled 'Oprah Winfrey Presents: "The Color Purple"' and is set to begin previews on Nov. 1 with its official opening at the Broadway Theater on Dec. 1.
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Good Movie; 'Worst Friends'

September 27, 2005 03:20:52 GMT

On the contrary to the title, which contains the word 'worst,' a comedy spec by Ian Roberts and Jay Martel is a good movie reference to watch. "Worst Friends" revolves around a successful yuppie whose life is turned upside down when his two loser friends from high school show up for a surprise visit the week before his wedding.

The movie involves Paul Young and Adam McKay to produce, with Allen Fisher executive producing and Geoff Shaevitz overseeing for Warner Bros. Pictures.
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Break in to the 'Town House'

September 27, 2005 03:07:28 GMT

Scott Free's new president Michael Costigan is attracted with the "Town House" made by Tish Cohen and is about to bring the project into the production company. "Town House," a drama comedy, centers on an agoraphobic man living with his teenage son in a Boston townhouse that he inherited from his rock star father. He falls in love with the real estate agent assigned to sell the home after the bank forecloses on it.

Wanna know the cast and other details about the film? Don't go anywhere we'll be back with updated news.
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Twins Fall for Viagra


September 27, 2005 02:49:48 GMT

Rap duo Ying Yang Twins moves forward try to make a progress in their career. They are taking their act to the big screen. Bryan Turner's Melee Entertainment has signed them to star in their first feature, "Viagra Falls."

Penning the screenplay is Adrian Charles Henry and Marc Calixte. The production of "Viagra" is slated to begin early next year. "Viagra Falls" is a comedy revolves around two best friends in Atlanta who struggle to make enough money from their minimum-wage jobs to pay for a trip to spring break in Daytona Beach, Fla. Their plans change when a box full of Viagra falls into their laps. Don't miss it.
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Charlize Theron Gets Hollywood Star

September 27, 2005 02:25:10 GMT

Oscar winner Charlize Theron is adding one more award to her pocket. The South African- born actress will be among receivers of acting honors at the 9th annual Hollywood Film Festival's Awards Gala Ceremony on Oct. 24 at the Beverly Hilton. She'll receive Actress of the Year Award for her work in the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures' release, "North Country."

Also there is Joaquin Phoenix, Matthew Broderick and Susan Sarandon among other receivers. As for Phoenix, he'll be Hollywood Actor of the Year for his performance as Johnny Cash in 20th Century Fox's "Walk the Line." Meanwhile, Broderick is being cited as Hollywood Supporting Actor of the Year thanks to his Broadway reprising role in Universal Pictures' "The Producers," while Sarandon is handed Hollywood Supporting Actress of the Year Award for her turn in Paramount Pictures' "Elizabethtown."
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D'Angelo OK After Car Wreck

September 27, 2005 02:05:06 GMT

R&B star D'Angelo was hospitalized in critical condition last week in a Richmond, Va. hospital as a result of a September 19 car accident. Per Virginia State Police Sgt. Kevin Barrick, the 2003 Hummer sport utility vehicle in which D'Angelo was traveling accidentally swerved off a road outside his hometown of Richmond, West Virginia, and hit a fence. He wasn't wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the car.

Elsewhere, another passenger in the car named Lynne Sellers was injured in the accident but the status of her condition was unknown. After being treated for serious injuries, D'Angelo luckily felt better and is eager to get back to the studio. "I banged up my ribs but other than that I'm fine," the star told The Associated Press in a phone interview Monday. As stated by his lawyer and business adviser, L. Londell McMillan, "He has no cast on his body. He's walking around and he's certainly talking. He is anxious to finish the recording of his soul masterpiece that the world has patiently awaited." Get well soon bro.
 
 
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