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July 10, 2006

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P.J. Hogan Will Direct "Chasing Vermeer"

July 10, 2006 08:05:15 GMT

Blue Balliett's best-selling children's book entitled "Chasing Vermeer" is about to be brought into the big screen by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Concerning such thought, the studio has tapped P.J. Hogan to direct with Matt Nix wrote the adaptation and Plan B is producing.
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Samuel L. Jackson Tracking the "Jumper"

July 10, 2006 07:37:05 GMT


The Hollywood Reporter mentions that Samuel L. Jackson is set to star in Regency Enterprises' "Jumper". It is a drama adventure film based on the Steven Gould novel.

While Doug Liman is directing, Tom Sturridge, Jamie Bell and Teresa Palmer already have been cast.
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Jolie Added to the Star-Studded Cast in "Kung Fu Panda"

July 10, 2006 06:39:23 GMT


Doing action movie is not a new thing for Angelina Jolie, but providing voice in an action animation is a completely new experience for the sexy actress.

It is reported by USA Today that Jolie has been set to provide the voice of a martial-arts master named Tigress in DreamWorks Animation's "Kung Fu Panda", coming to theaters in May of 2008.
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Ian McShane Will Be Providing His Voice for "Coraline" & "Shrek the Third"

July 10, 2006 06:03:16 GMT


Widely known for his role of historical figure Al Swearengen in the HBO series "Deadwood", Ian McShane is next billed to provide his voice in the upcoming films of "Coraline" and "Shrek the Third".

There in "Coraline", which is of Henry Selick's direction and is based on Neil Gaiman's children's book of the same name, Ian McShane plays a sad Russian giant, about which the actor revealed "It's a small part, but it's lovely. Those things are fun to do, they really are. You go in a day and it's a chance to do something different, play around, and exercise your voice."
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Brigitte Nielsen Married Her Fifth Husband

July 10, 2006 03:39:15 GMT

Age difference couldn't stop them from pronouncing their love. It wouldn't send them apart somehow.

Thus the 43-year-old model and actress Brigitte Nielsen and her 28-year-old beau Mattia Dessi changed vows Saturday July 8th, 2006 at the five-star Radisson SAS Golden Sands Resort & Spa in Malta.
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Madonna, Jessica Simpson & Lindsay Lohan Plan Lesbian Bondage Shocker

July 10, 2006 03:14:42 GMT

Not only she is good at singing, but also in provoking controversy. Previously shocked public worldwide at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards when she kissed Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, Madonna is now having another great idea.

The pop singer is said to have planned a bondage scene with rising stars Jessica Simpson and Lindsay Lohan at this year's awards in New York next month.
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Elwes Steps into "Georgia"

July 10, 2006 03:04:07 GMT


Those who are eager to look for more Cary Elwes onscreen now can add "Georgia Rule" as a movie worth to see of in the future for the actor has been confirmed to join the picture's star-studded cast, following the likes of Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan, and Felicity Huffman.

Known for his performances in "The Princess Bride", "Glory", "Robin Hood: Men in Tights", "The Crush" and "Saw", Elwes is billed to portray Huffman's upstanding husband who secretly molests his stepdaughter played by Lohan. The movie itself is set to be a dramatic feature which revolves around Lohan's character who is sent by her dysfunctional mother to spend a summer with her grandmother to later lead them all to revelations of buried family secrets.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Stacey Dash Appears Nude in Playboy


July 10, 2006 02:46:24 GMT

She first rose to fame through her role in the 1995 film "Clueless" but since then has not had a hit movie.

And intended to give her acting career a boost, Stacey Dash, reportedly has agreed to pose nude for Playboy magazine.
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The Top 10 Weekend Movies

July 10, 2006 02:05:05 GMT

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest picture
The Walt Disney Pictures sequel of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" lands on the top position in North America box office, taking in a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates Sunday July 9th. Such amount obviously makes the flick scores the record for best three-day opening of all time. That attainment, moreover, leads the highly anticipated movie to beat the record made by the 2002's "Spider-Man," which took in $114.8 million in its first weekend.

Back then to the Top 10 weekend movies, there we have "Superman Returns" at 2nd position with $21.8 million, followed after by "The Devil Wears Prada" at 3rd with $15.6 million and "Click" at No. 4 taking in $12 million. In the meantime, Disney's "Cars" taking in another $10.3 million to be at No. 5, just one place ahead of "Nacho Libre" at No. 6 scoring $3.3 million.
 
 
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