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December 08, 2005

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The Top 10 Debuts of Album Chart

December 08, 2005 09:31:09 GMT

Here is the list of names included in the Top 10 of album chart for the weeks leading up to Christmas. The top spot is held by the hits package "NOW! That's What I Call Music 20" by various artists which is sold 158,000 copies across the United States in the week ended December 4. Comes after at 2nd is R&B singer Chris Brown, whose "Chris Brown" album sold 154,000 copies.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Depp's Shirts Fetched 1,800 in an Internet Auct

December 08, 2005 09:01:37 GMT

Famous actor Johnny Depp has recently donated the shirt he wore for filming in "The Libertine" to a British fan after she wrote to him asking for a donation for charity.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Mel Gibson to Make the Holocaust

December 08, 2005 08:23:04 GMT

Gloriously produced the highly praised film "The Passion of the Christ," Mel Gibson is now giving his hand at television mini-series. The star reportedly is to make a film about the Holocaust, which is based on the book of "Survival in the Valley of Death."
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'Simple' Nicole Richie Calls Off Engagement

December 08, 2005 08:07:05 GMT

The "Simple Life" star Nicole Richie has called it off. The socialite and her fiance, club disc jockey Adam Goldstein, have called off their wedding, her publicist Cindy Guagenti confirmed on Wednesday.
News > Movie News

James Marsden Gets Enchanted

December 08, 2005 07:24:06 GMT

Variety brings the news comes up. It's about James Marsden who reportedly about to join Amy Adams in Disney's "Enchanted." The actor has inked a deal to play the prince opposite Adams' princess in the Kevin Lima-directed romantic flick.
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More Stars Intend to Lookout

December 08, 2005 07:05:38 GMT

Movie star Jeff Daniels has inked a deal to star in the thriller "The Lookout" opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The film revolves around a mentally impaired former athlete (Gordon-Levitt) who works as a janitor at a bank and gets sucked into a heist.
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More Cast Said So

December 08, 2005 06:41:44 GMT

Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore, both have agreed to star in the comedy romance "Because I Said So." The twosome is about to be joined by the likes of Lauren Graham and Piper Perabo.
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John Singleton Leads the Convoy

December 08, 2005 06:23:26 GMT

John Singleton, the director of "Four Brothers," is in talks to direct an upcoming film entitled "Convoy."
News > Celebrity Gossip

Cruise & Holmes Voted the Coldest, Powerless Stars

December 08, 2005 05:58:43 GMT

Hollywood hunk Tom Cruise has been voted the Coldest and Powerless Star from Hollywood in an American magazine. Per Website FilmThreat.com, Cruise wins the number one spot of their Frigid 50: The Coldest People In Hollywood 2005, none other because of the media attention regarding his relationship with pregnant fiancee Katie Holmes and his being linked to the Church of Scientology.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Lohan Missed 'Regis and Kelly' Appearance

December 08, 2005 03:55:38 GMT

Teen star Lindsay Lohan has turned her fans upset as she missed a scheduled appearance on "Live with Regis and Kelly" Tuesday morning. Unlike many other stars who previously make a change appearance, Lohan's absence from the project was quite unusual as the live program was informed minutes after showtime.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Billboard Music Awards Winners

December 08, 2005 03:24:49 GMT

Punk rockers Green Day and hip-hop star 50 Cent have both dominated the 2005 Billboard Music Awards held in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 6th. The two musicians equally picked six awards each. As of Green Day, it was named Album Group of the Year, Pop Group of the Year, Hot 100 Group of the Year, Rock Artist of the Year, Modern Rock Artist of the Year, and Rock Song of the Year for their "Boulevard of Broken Dreams."
News > Celebrity Gossip

Robbie Williams Won Libel Case

December 08, 2005 02:53:59 GMT

British pop singer Robbie Williams has on Tuesday Dec 6, accepted undisclosed libel damages and apologies from publishers retracted allegations they had made in newspapers and magazines that he was secretly homosexual. Not attending the London's High Court for the settlement of his action against publishing companies MGN and Northern and Shell, Williams' lawyer said "Mr Williams is not, and has never been, homosexual."
 
 
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