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July 15, 2006

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Judd Apatow & Seth Rogen Reuniting for "Super Bad"


July 15, 2006 04:52:00 GMT


Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen are working together again. Thanks to the forthcoming film project of "Super Bad" that makes it possible for the twosome, previously teamed in the box office hit "The 40 Year-Old Virgin", to reunite once again.

While Apatow will produce the comedy flick, Rogen will co-star and also is co-writing the screenplay with Evan Goldberg. Elsewhere, Saturday Night Live's Bill Hader is in talks to co-star and Greg Mottola is giving hand at directing.
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Alicia Keys and Manager Reach Film Production Deal with Disney

July 15, 2006 04:16:16 GMT


Widely popular for her music work, Alicia Keys is now giving hand at something new.

The Grammy-winning singer, along with her producing partner-manager Jeff Robinson, have signed a film production deal with Disney.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Win A Date with Jessica Biel

July 15, 2006 03:39:12 GMT


Win a date with Jessica Biel and raise money for the needing at the same time.

Denver newspapers reported this week that a date with Jessica Biel will be up for bid next week to help raise money for Molly Bloom, a teenager who lost her leg in a prom night limousine accident.
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Jamie Foxx Wants More "Power"

July 15, 2006 03:08:52 GMT


He does have everything in his life. From acting career, fame, to popularity. Though so, Jamie Foxx still wants for more.

The actor and his managers, Jaime Rucker King and Marcus King, have signed on to produce and develop Universal's "The Power of Duff" with Marc Platt.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Diane Lane Donates Hair to Charity

July 15, 2006 02:48:45 GMT


What Diane Lane does, donating her hair to charity, maybe sounds strange but that definitely shows her generosity.

The actress appeared on US morning program "Today" and cut her hair to donate to Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign, launched in partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) and encourages people to grow, cut and donate healthy hair to make no-cost wigs for women who have lost hair due to cancer treatment.
 
 
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