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July 29, 2006

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Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes to Tie the Knot This Summer?!

July 29, 2006 07:20:40 GMT

Is that true? Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are planning to tie the knot latter this summer? The couple, indeed, has become talk of the town as they reportedly plan to wed in secret ceremony this weekend.

Such report, however, is denied by the actor's spokesman Paul Blach who spills that they will, on the other way around, tie the knot either later this summer or early autumn.
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Make Up, Paris Hilton & Nicole Richie

July 29, 2006 07:08:28 GMT

Can you just believe it? Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie make up? Well at least that's what the two feuding stars are going to do on the on David Letterman's "The Late Show".

US chat show king, Letterman reportedly has invited Paris and Nicole to show up in the program in September later this year, during which both socialites are set to publicly end their two-year feud.
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Melissa George Counts on "30 Days of Night"

July 29, 2006 06:50:37 GMT

Former "Alias" star Melissa George has been reported to join the cast of "30 Days of Night", MelissaGeorge.co.uk has revealed. Last seen appearing on the big screen in Clive Owen's 2005 vehicle of "Derailed", George will share the scene with Josh Hartnett, who is about to be seen in "The Black Dahlia" released on September 15.

In the film, George will play a deputy and wife of the Sheriff of Barrow played by Hartnett who both are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love when vampires come to generate terror and bring all the residents to their knees.
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The First Guitar Paul McCartney Ever Played Up for Auction

July 29, 2006 06:45:44 GMT

While Tori Spelling has her clothes sold online, Paul McCartney is having the first guitar he ever played goes up for auction, which is slated to take place at Abbey Road Studios.

The guitar, owned by McCartney's old school friend Ian James, was the guitar on which the veteran singer learned his first chords. It is expected to raise over 100,000.
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Tori Spelling Is Selling Her Clothes

July 29, 2006 06:19:25 GMT

Wanna own your idol's clothing? Get one of Tori Spelling's collection as the actress has decided to sell her clothes by enlisting the help of Sharon Yost, whose company specializes in estate sells.

Items on sale including those of Juicy Couture and Prada.
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Daniel Radcliffe to Bare All in A West End Play

July 29, 2006 05:02:38 GMT

Daniel Radcliffe, the magician in the hit movie "Harry Potter", is about to make his stage debut with Peter Shaffer's "Equus" in London's West End Theater in March next year.

There in the drama, about a stable boy's erotic fixation with horses, Daniel will play a mentally disturbed boy, Alan Strang, who pokes horses in the eye with a metal wire and strides them naked for sexual thrills.
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"I'm Not There" to Begin Filming on July 31

July 29, 2006 04:52:18 GMT

Following other movies which have already been in the making, Killer Films' "I'm Not There" is ready to commence on principal photography on Monday, July 31 with production being shot entirely in Montreal, Canada.

Helmed by Todd Haynes whose previous works include "Velvet Goldmine" (1998) and "Far from Heaven" (2002), pic features star-studded cast consisting of Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Richard Gere, Heath Ledger, Bruce Greenwood, Julianne Moore, also Michelle Williams among others.
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Will Ferrell; "My Wife Is Pregnant Again"

July 29, 2006 04:47:39 GMT

"My wife is pregnant again," Will Ferrell announced Thursday July 27th on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno".

Ferrell and his wife, Viveca Paulin tied the knot in 2000 and have had a 2-year-old son named Magnus Paulin Ferrell.
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Stars Lending Voices to "Ratatouille"

July 29, 2006 04:27:52 GMT

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As "Ratatouille" is set to be the next project of Disney/Pixar, voice cast of the animated picture has delightfully been fixed up with the coming of stars like Patton Oswalt, Brian Dennehy, Brad Garrett, Janeane Garofalo, Ian Holm and John Ratzenberger, ComingSoon.net has confirmed.

Scheduled to open on theaters by June 29, 2007, "Ratatouille" is helmed by "The Incredibles" director Brad Bird with Jan Pinkava as co-director based on story penned by Pinkava himself. Emily Cook and Kathy Greenberg are attached to write the scripts while Michael Giacchino handles the music score.
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Eva Longoria and Tony Parker Are Not Engaged

July 29, 2006 04:21:07 GMT

Eva Longoria opens up about her relationship with boyfriend Tony Parker. The actress bares all to Playboy, anything from monogamy, money and maintaining a multi-faceted career.

Eva, best known for her portrayal in the hit series "Desperate Housewives", tells the magazine for its September issue, "I fly home to Texas every weekend to be with Tony, and we know we have limited time together so we don't waste it on anything like fighting."
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Mel Gibson Arrested for DUI

July 29, 2006 03:50:56 GMT

Oscar-winning actor Mel Gibson was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving (DUI) at 2:36 a.m. Friday July 28th in Malibu. Gibson's 2006 Lexus LS 430 was speeding on Pacific Coast Highway, going about 80 mph, when deputies stopped him, a spokesman for the sheriff's department said.

Deputies then conducted field sobriety tests and found that Gibson's blood-alcohol level was 0.12 percent, while the legal limit in California is 0.08. As a consequence, the star was booked, and later released from custody after posting $5,000 bail.
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Burns and Sossamon Pick Up "One Missed Call"

July 29, 2006 03:30:39 GMT

"One Missed Call" finally has found the right stars to answer its call for proper cast. Edward Burns and Shannyn Sossamon have been confirmed to play the two leading characters in this horror remake of the Japanese hit flick, "Chakushin ari"

Intended to be filmed in Atlanta, the movie's screenplay is adapted from the original feature by Andrew Klavan while Eric Valette will handle the directing matters. Alcon Entertainment, Intermedia and Kadokawa Pictures USA set to produce with Warner Bros. Pictures taking care the film's distribution.
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Universal and Larger Than Life Making "Sightings"

July 29, 2006 03:23:11 GMT

Marking a good collaboration between them, Universal and Gary Ross' production company of Larger Than Life have acquired "Sightings" from Dean DeBlois, director also writer of "Lilo & Stitch." Variety reported that Ross will produce while DeBlois will executive produce.

Set to be a live-action feature, the project's story centers on a group of kids who unveil something that has never been seen by man before as they explore coves and inlets in the Florida Keys.
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Amy Adams Gets Involved in "Charlie Wilson's War"

July 29, 2006 03:15:26 GMT

Another good leap has been made successfully by Amy Adams as the actress has joined Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Philip Seymour Hoffman to film "Charlie Wilson's War", so Variety has revealed.

Enhances the project to be a high-profile feature, Adams is last seen playing Ashley in "Junebug" which has led her to earn a best supporting actress nomination at Academy Awards held earlier this year. She is currently filming Kevin Lima's "Enchanted" for Disney and about to be seen next in "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby."
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Pegg Considered to Star in "Run, Fat Boy, Run"

July 29, 2006 03:14:01 GMT

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Simon Pegg is in the brink to add one more comedy feature to his resume. The actor is now in talks to play a role in rom-com flick of "Run, Fat Boy, Run", The Hollywood Reporter has reported.

Gaining wide attention for his performance in "Shaun of the Dead", Pegg is last seen starring alongside star-studded cast in "Mission: Impossible 3" while sets to appear next in "Hot Fuzz", also a comedic picture developed by the "Shaun" team.
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Praise Showering on "World Trade Center"

July 29, 2006 03:12:12 GMT

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Future looks bright for Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center." The dramatic feature about 9/11 tragedy has satisfyingly garnered support from numerous prominent conservatives rallied by Creative Response Systems, the publicity firm credited with devising the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth campaign, so the New York Times has reported Thursday, July 27.

Among them who praised the movie, L. Brent Bozell has been quoted to laud it as "a masterpiece" while urging his followers to see the film. Some other critics have also given positive comments on the picture, including syndicated columnist Cal Thomas who considered it "one of the greatest pro-American ... films you will ever see."