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June 07, 2006

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Details on "No Country for Old Men"

June 07, 2006 09:09:39 GMT

Woody Harrelson and Stephen Root, both have been added to the star-studded cast of the upcoming drama adventure flick "No Country for Old Men", joining the likes of Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem in the Joel Coen and Ethan Coen direction.
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Teri Hatcher Joins "Resurrecting the Champ" Cast

June 07, 2006 08:52:39 GMT

After gaining success with "Desperate Houswives", Teri Hatcher is now venturing into big screen production, again. The actress is joining the cast of the upcoming drama "Resurrecting the Champ", which Rod Lurie is directing.
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Jerry Lewis Plans to Direct 'Nutty Professor' Musical

June 07, 2006 08:32:34 GMT

Jerry Lewis, the actor who played "The Nutty Professor" in 1963, is planning to direct the Broadway musical of the flick, the first show of which is planned for January at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.
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Oscar-Winning Actress Reese Witherspoon Is Pregnant?

June 07, 2006 07:45:53 GMT

Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon was on weekend photographed at the beach on a family day out, wearing a very loose summer dress that showed a big bulge for her belly. This then prompted rumors on the street saying that she is pregnant.
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Girls Aloud's Sarah Harding Secretly Dating Stephen Dorff?

June 07, 2006 07:26:15 GMT

Word got around that Sarah Harding, the member of music group Girls Aloud, has been secretly dating Stephen Dorff for the past few months.
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Mary J. Blige to Kick Off Summer Tour July 14 in St. Louis

June 07, 2006 07:15:44 GMT

A representative for Mary J. Blige confirmed that the queen of hip-hop soul is about to kick off a summer tour July 14 at the UMB Bank Pavilion in St. Louis with openers Jaheim and LeToya Luckett.
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Aguilera Expanding "Back to Basics" Into Double LP

June 07, 2006 06:39:58 GMT

Christina Aguilera seems more than ready to make a comeback to music industry with her new album "Back to Basics". Speaking about the soon to-be-released set, the pop crooner reveals that she at last decided to expand it into double LP after previously narrowed it down to one.
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Producer Cast April Scott As A Young Daisy Duke

June 07, 2006 06:06:57 GMT

Question on who is going to play Daisy Duke in the upcoming prequel to "The Dukes of Hazzard" finally is answered. It's not going to be Kristin Cavallari like the film's producer had previously said, instead the choice has gone to April Scott.
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Rapper Eminem Settled Ringtone Lawsuit

June 07, 2006 05:39:56 GMT

The legal suit Eminem brought to stop several companies from selling ringtones of his songs via the Internet has yet over. Though so, the rapper's publishing companies, Eight Mile Style and Martin Affiliated, have settled a lawsuit that had been filed back in October with one of the ringtone firms.
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Oprah Winfrey Popped Up at Several Wedding Receptions in Tulsa

June 07, 2006 04:43:10 GMT

Doing good deeds for other human beings and hosting a very successful talk show are only some of the specialties possessed by Oprah Winfrey besides that of giving surprise for others. Last weekend, the star popped up at several receptions in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her Oprah Winfrey Show cameras in tow.
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American Idol Runner-Up Katharine McPhee Signs Record Deal

June 07, 2006 04:17:08 GMT

Soon after "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks signed a record deal, it's now the turn of runner-up Katharine McPhee to ink hers.
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Rocker Meat Loaf Sued A Former Collaborator for $50 Million

June 07, 2006 03:52:40 GMT

Rock singer Meat Loaf filed a more than $50 million lawsuit over trademark rights to the phrase "Bat Out of Hell" addressed to two members of his creative team, songwriter Jim Steinman and manager David Sonenberg. In his suit, filed May 26 in Los Angeles federal district court, Meat claimed that Steinman, who penned the epic song, wrongfully registered the phrase as his trademark in 1995.