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August 17, 2006

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Christina Aguilera and All-American Rejects on 2006's MTV VMA

August 17, 2006 08:22:28 GMT


Latest news from MTV Video Movie Awards 2006 is Christina Aguilera has signed on to sing at this events which will be broadcasting from New York's Radio City. Also joined onstage are The All-American Rejects and Pharrell Williams.

Nominated for the best video of the year for "Ain't No Other Man," Christina also up for best female video, best pop video and best choreography in a video. Meanwhile, The All-American Rejects are nominated for best group video and best editing in a video for "Move Along."
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Torrie Wilson Posed for the Cover of FHM September Issue

August 17, 2006 07:50:15 GMT

Poses for the cover of Men's Magazine FHM September issue, Torrie Wilson who has known as WWE Diva stands topless with only ropes cover her boobs.

Inside FHM, she talks about her first day on her job at WWE which she mentioned as unusual job, that she had to seduce Vince McMahon in front of his wife and then pulled his pants down.
News > Movie News

"Hostel 2" Finds Its Three Casts

August 17, 2006 04:17:05 GMT


Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo and Bijou Phillips are in negotiations to star in "Hostel 2," which production is expected to run in Slovakia next month.

The story follows three women who, while studying abroad for the summer, learn the grim truth behind the Slovakian hostel and its international counterparts. German would play a wealthy girl trying to figure out her next step in life, Phillips would be her best friend, and Matarazzo will be a tag-along.
News > Movie News

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton's Sixth Project Together

August 17, 2006 03:41:09 GMT

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton are back together for their new movie project, "Sweeney Todd". Sitting as the director, Tim Burton is ready to direct Johnny Depp who plays the main character, the legendary barber and serial-killer, who cuts his victim's throats with a straight razor.

The new movie, which will be co-produced by DreamWorks and Warner Bros., will be adapted from the modern musical thriller "Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," with songs originally composed by Tony-winning Stephen Sondheim.
 
 
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