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November 12, 2005

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Stars Included in People's Choice Nominations

November 12, 2005 06:51:47 GMT

Angelina Jolie's name is one of the names listed as the nominees of People's Choice for the 32nd annual People's Choice Awards. Her name is there alongside Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman, all of whom up for Female Movie Star category. Meanwhile, her beau Brad Pitt is up for the Leading Man category to compete with Jamie Foxx and Adam Sandler.

Up for Male Movie Star category is Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp, and Samuel L. Jackson. Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon, and Renee Zellweger are all the nominees for Leading Lady category. As of Jennifer Garner, Jolie, and Catherine Zeta-Jones they manage to win the Female Action Star category. Those mentioned are only some of the many other nominees included in the list.
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Doug Liman to Join the Jumper

November 12, 2005 05:58:26 GMT

Jumper picture
This is a quite distinct and interesting film. The title is "Jumper." An adaptation of the Steven Gold novel, the drama adventure tells the story of a teenager who discovers he can teleport from one place to another. The 17-year-old protagonist first learns that he can "jump" when he escapes his abusive father.

Will rewrite a script by David Goyer is Jim Uhls with Lucas Foster and Simon Kinberg to produce. In the meantime, Doug Liman has been set to direct. Production of the film reportedly will begin in spring.
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McGraw's "Live" Wins Song of the Year

November 12, 2005 04:33:50 GMT

"Live Like You Were Dying" not only is a great hit, but also an inspirational one. At least for the singer, Tim McGraw, himself. The country singer has proven to doing great along his music career that he has been handed number of awards.

Thursday during the 11th annual Inspirational Country Music Awards Show, his hit "Live Like You Were Dying" was named Song of the Year. Other winners during the show were Dennis Agajanian, named Entertainer of the Year; Randy Gunn, named Best Male Vocalist; and Melanie Walker won Best Female Vocalist.
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Johansson to Contribute to the Nanny Diaries

November 12, 2005 04:13:51 GMT

Nanny Diaries, The picture
Instead of writing the 'Diaries,' actress Scarlett Johansson prefers to star in the drama flick. The film, tentatively titled "The Nanny Diaries" is based on Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus' best-selling novel of the same title detailing nine frantic months in the life of a young woman impulsively hired to care for the neglected 4-year-old son of a pampered wife and her near-absentee husband, whose marriage begins to disintegrate during the period.

The film is now reportedly under work with American Splendor screenwriters Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini are in the process of adapting the screenplay. Details on Johansson's role and other cast have yet published, neither of the filming nor release date. Stay there and wait further information from us.
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Groupies Amy Poehler & Isla Fisher

November 12, 2005 03:25:16 GMT

"Groupies." You know, the young women who follow popular musicians or other famous people around, hoping to meet them. Amy Poehler and Isla Fisher are among them as they are set to star in the drama comedy which Erica Rivinoja will write the script.

The story of the film follows Poehler and Fisher in the world of rock groupies. The twosome also will executive producer the film for Paramount Pictures which has had the right in hand.
 
 
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