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Gold Circle Films Haunting Connecticut

November 30, 2005 09:32:57 GMT

Gold Circle Films has added one more project to its pocket. A drama mystery entitled "A Haunting in Connecticut," which the studio head Paul Brooks and Andrew Trapani of Integrated Films & Management will produce along with Wendy Rhoads.
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Tia Carrere Is A First-Time Mother

November 30, 2005 09:17:07 GMT

Tia Carrere is mothering for the first time when she gave birth to a baby girl September in Los Angeles. The baby, which is the first child of Carrere with her British photojournalist husband Simon Wakelin, named Bianca.
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Church Helps Mr. Blandings Build His Dream House

November 30, 2005 08:20:40 GMT

Mr. Blandings is about to build his dream house. There comes kindhearted actor Thomas Haden Church in hand to help him. The actor has agreed to take the role of the contractor who takes on the challenge of renovating his house.
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Stuart Townsend Joining 'Chaos Theory' Cast

November 30, 2005 07:57:28 GMT

The already on-board cast of the forthcoming "Chaos Theory" will gladly welcome newcomer Stuart Townsend. The actor has just signed on to star in the drama comedy romance alongside Ryan Reynolds and Emily Mortimer.
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Dimension Films Win Youth in Revolt

November 30, 2005 07:27:44 GMT

Per Variety, Dimension Films is reported to have acquired the rights for the upcoming comedy drama romance "Youth in Revolt" from Shangri-La Entertainment. Thus, the head of the film studio Bob Weinstein plans to put the film into production next year.
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Soundgarden's Chris Cornell Suing Ex-Wife/Manager

November 30, 2005 06:54:49 GMT

She has ever had a special meaning in his heart. And she has also helped him propelling his career, well at least she's been his manager. But, those apparently do not prevent former Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell to sue his ex-wife/former manager Susan J. Silver, seeking for more than $1 million in damages.
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Joint Masters of Ceremony for the Nobel Concert

November 30, 2005 06:25:19 GMT

Hollywood babes Julianne Moore and Salma Hayek are tapped to team up as the joint Masters of Ceremony for the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Concert to be held Dec. 11 in Oslo. The twosome has been slated to appear during the event for laureate Mohamed ElBaradei and the International Atomic Energy Agency he leads, organizers said Tuesday.
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A Vibration Version of 50 Cent

November 30, 2005 04:38:49 GMT

Singing, acting, and writing. 50 Cent seemingly has passed through it all. But wait. Hey you miss one, it's sex. Yes, the rapper has yet undergone a sex business. And in fact, he has had an idea about that which will be soon turned into realization.
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Kinks Vocalist to Release "Other People's Lives"

November 30, 2005 04:12:42 GMT

Adding numbers of bands' members who go solo, The Kinks vocalist/guitarist Ray Davies already played his first date in New York Monday night at the Supper Club as an individual performer. During the performance, he treated fans to six songs that will appear on his first solo album.
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Singer George Michael Close to Marriage

November 30, 2005 03:53:16 GMT

"I'm sure Kenny and I will be doing the old legal thing, but we won't be doing the whole veil and gown thing," George Michael revealed his marriage plan with longtime partner Kenny Goss. "It'll be relatively soon after it comes in, probably early next year," he continued.
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The Stones Roll Dates for Its Europe Summer Tour

November 30, 2005 03:30:02 GMT

Fans listen carefully to this one. It's The Rolling Stones' tour dates for their upcoming Europe summer tour. The band has on Nov 29th confirmed that they are going to bring their world tour to Europe next summer, beginning May 27 in Barcelona.
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Ricky Martin Takes Part in Human Trafficking Fight

November 30, 2005 03:11:05 GMT

Latin singer Ricky Martin shows his deep concern towards social matter by willingly joining a U.N.-affiliated migration organization to fight human trafficking in Colombia. "More than half of trafficking victims worldwide are children, forced into pornography, prostitution and labor servitude," he said. "Human trafficking is an unscrupulous market that generates around $10 billion annually."
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Low-Budget Films Up for Independent Spirit Award

November 30, 2005 02:05:11 GMT

The Independent Spirit Awards, the American art-house world's version of the Oscars, already reaches its 21st year. The event, which honors low-budget films based on such criteria as original, provocative subject matter and degree of independent financing, will announce its winners March 4 next year, the day before the Academy Awards.