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January 17, 2006

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The 63rd Golden Globe Winners Top in TV

January 17, 2006 09:01:53 GMT

The "Desperate Housewives" apparently isn't sound that bad at the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards. At the bash thrown Monday January 16th, the ABC hit series took home its second consecutive Golden Globe trophy for Best Comedy Series.

In the meantime, ABC also won the Best Drama Series award for its "Lost." Geena Davis, in chain, took home the Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama award for "Commander In Chief" and Hugh Laurie won the Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama prize for "House."
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Extra Cast on Penelope

January 17, 2006 08:30:53 GMT

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Numbers of movie stars joining Christina Ricci and Reese Witherspoon for the upcoming "Penelope." They are Catherine O'Hara, Peter Dinklage, James McAvoy and Richard E. Grant.

A romantic fable directed by Mark Palansky from a script by Leslie Caveny, "Penelope" tells the story of a young woman born with the face of a pig who must break a family curse and find true love in the process.
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Crowe Confirmed His Going to be A Dad Again

January 17, 2006 08:06:46 GMT

Movie star Russell Crowe publicly confirmed at a concert held on Saturday Jan 14th that he and wife Danielle Spencer are expecting their second child.

Have been married for less than three years, Spencer is now pregnant. The couple has had a two-year-old son named Charles. And as of the new baby, it is expected in July.
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Actor Matt Damon & Wife Expecting A Baby Girl

January 17, 2006 07:50:29 GMT

Oscar-winning actor Matt Damon has, during his shooting on a new movie "The Good Shepherd" with Angelina Jolie and Robert De Niro in the Dominican Republic, confirmed the expecting-baby rumors.

The Hollywood hunk revealed that he and wife Lucianne Bozan are expecting their first child together. Being asked about his four-month pregnant wife, Damon replied in Spanish, "It will be a girl," according to local newspaper El Caribe.
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Cowboy Romance "Brokeback Mountain" Won 4 Globes

January 17, 2006 07:21:37 GMT

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"Walk the Line" yes scored great at the 63rd annual Golden Globe awards held Monday January 16th. Though, the cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" scored greater than the drama genre, won 4 awards. What an achievement.

Not only "Brokeback Mountain" secured the Best Motion Picture - Drama award, but also it took home the Best Director - Motion Picture honor for its director Ang Lee. Also it nabbed the Best Screenplay - Motion Picture thanks to Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, and Best Original Song - Motion Picture for "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" as well.
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Walden Media Working on City of the Beasts

January 17, 2006 06:51:58 GMT

Moviegoers will in the near future enjoy a new film presented by Walden Media as the studio has acquired the rights to Isabel Allende's trilogy featuring young adventurer Alexander Cold, a series of books that marked the famed author's first foray into young adult literature.

The first one on work is "City of the Beasts." Set to be produced by Barrie Osborne, the adventure fantasy flick will be adapted from Allende's novel and co-produced by David Rothenberg.
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Stars Celebrating Black Christmas

January 17, 2006 06:27:20 GMT

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While the Christmas season has ended, Michelle Trachtenberg is joining the likes of Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Katie Cassidy and Oliver Hudson, to celebrate the "Black Christmas." Trachtenberg is said to topline the horror remake, which is worked on by filmmaking team James Wong and Glen Morgan.

Of horror thriller genre, "Black Christmas" is about a killer who terrorizes a sorority house with phone calls before he begins to murder various sorority sisters during the holiday break. Shooting will start at the end of this month in Vancouver with a release date slated for Christmas 2006. Wong and Morgan are producing, with Morgan writing and directing.
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Weisz and Clooney Win Golden Globe

January 17, 2006 05:50:45 GMT

Brought home the Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture award was Rachel Weisz thanks to her portrayal in "The Constant Gardener."

As for Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture was given to George Clooney through his late film "Syriana."This award is his second Globe which he got in 2001 through "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" (2000).
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Olivia Newton John Honored by Aussies in L.A.

January 17, 2006 05:50:00 GMT

Australian musician Olivia Newton John has been honored the Lifetime Achievement award at the annual G'Day LA: Australia Week gala held Saturday night Jan 14th, 2006 at the historic Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

"I'm just thrilled," she commented. "Listen: I've lived several lifetimes, I think, and this is another one. And I'm just thrilled to be here and I'm thrilled! I'm going to enjoy every moment. Instead of being nervous, I'm gonna just enjoy every second, because life is short and fleeting, and the good moments aren't always there, so I'm very happy."
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Actress Brittany Murphy & Boyfriend Engaged

January 17, 2006 04:37:11 GMT

Hollywood actress Brittany Murphy is reported to have engaged to boyfriend Joe Macaluso over the Christmas holidays. The report was brought to public firstly by People magazine on Monday January 16th.

Murphy accepted the proposal from Macaluso at the end of December, Us Weekly reported. It is said that Murphy was seen showing her nearly 4-carat Tiffany ring at a luncheon during the weekend at the Ivy in Los Angeles.
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The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Winners

January 17, 2006 04:08:16 GMT

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Hollywood has on Monday January 16th celebrated one of its biggest parties of the year, the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards. That being so, following more than a month of critics' picks and nominations, "Walk the Line" comes up as the big winner at the prominent event, taking home 3 awards all at once.

The drama genre wins the awards for Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy category, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for Reese Witherspoon, and Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy for Joaquin Phoenix. In the meantime, great actor Anthony Hopkins is handed the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
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Capote & Syriana Up for the 17th Scripter Award

January 17, 2006 03:31:41 GMT

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This movie awards season will see "Capote" and "Syriana" competing one another to secure the University of Southern California's 17th annual Scripter Award, which honors the year's best film adaptation of a book, novella or short story, and is the only award that honors both the author and screenwriter.

The writers of both films reportedly have received an equal number of votes in the Scripter selection committee balloting. Thus, a runoff vote will be held to determine this year's winning film, which final results to be made public Wednesday Jan 18. And as the winner has been revealed, the award will then be presented on February 11 during a black-tie dinner.
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The Young & The Rich Celebrities Under 25

January 17, 2006 03:04:53 GMT

Age means nothing but number. Though, number does matter. In case of Forbes magazine, age and number are tied closely one to another. Apparently, the magazine has in its annual list of the world's 100 most powerful celebrities found out an interesting phenomenon.

The result of the poll surprisingly includes 11 young celebrities under 25 that becoming American's biggest earners. Among them is Mary-Kate Olsen with $21 million earnings resulted from her production company and retail ventures. Also there is NBA phenomenon LeBron James, which earns $23 million by the year 2005.