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September 14, 2006

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Amanda Peet & Fiance Expecting Their First Child

September 14, 2006 08:05:25 GMT

Amanda Peet has remained tight-lipped on her pregnancy and was trying to keep it a secret while filming new TV series "Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip."

Yet, sources tell American publication Us Weekly, "She's almost 12 weeks along. She's thrilled."
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Paris Hilton and Travis Barker Spotted Making Out Together

September 14, 2006 07:33:59 GMT

What is happening between Paris Hilton and the newly divorce Travis Barker? Well, while report on their relationship has yet been confirmed, we'll report and you'll be the judge.

The party girl and the newly single man have been spotted together at New York City club Butter on Monday Sept 11th. The next day they were seen making out at the NYC nightclub Marquee.
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Just Married, Tracy McGrady & Longtime Girlfriend, Clarenda Harris


September 14, 2006 07:14:26 GMT

Tracy McGrady, the NBA player of the Houston Rockets, has just married his longtime girlfriend Clarenda Harris. The couple tied the knot in Los Cabos, Mexico on Tuesday Sept 12th, 2006.

McGrady and Harris have been dating for 10 years. They've had a three-year old daughter named Layla, who at the time the wedding took place served as flower girl, and a 9-month-old son, Layman.
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Musicians to Perform on Peace Single "One Day"

September 14, 2006 05:13:34 GMT

Numbers of famous music personalities have confirmed to give contribution to the UN peace track, "One Day". The single is about to be produced by award winning music producer Swizz Beatz in conjunction with the International Peace Concert, which will air live from the Coliseum in Rome, Italy on December 9th.

The likes of Sean Paul, John Legend, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Cassidy, Chris Brown, Wyclef Jean, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have all confirmed to appear on the track which is slated for a September 21st release date.
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Jonathan Mostow to Take "Sub-Mariner" to the Surface

September 14, 2006 05:12:04 GMT

Running smooth in bringing Marvel Studios' "Sub-Mariner" to the surface, Universal Pictures has hired Connecticut-based filmmaker Jonathan Mostow to helm as well as to re-write the project, Variety has revealed.

Undoubtedly takes focus on the life of the titular hero, pic is based on the comic created by Bill Everett in April 1939 which centers on a young man named Namor who possesses the super-strength and aquatic abilities of the "Homo mermanus" race as a descendant from the long-lost kingdom of Atlantis.
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Sony Classics Taking Care of "Your Father"

September 14, 2006 04:26:39 GMT

When Did You Last See Your Father? picture
One more potential movie is about to emerge from Sony Pictures Classic. The studio has satisfyingly gained the North America and Latin America rights to dramatic feature "And When Did You Last See Your Father?." The picture, helmed by U.K director Anand Tucker, is a Number 9 Films production and has been developed as part of the U.K film Council Super-Slate initiative in association with FilmFour, Intandem Films, and the Irish Film Board.

In response to the collaboration, both Sony and Intandem have revealed their comments which reflect their satisfaction on this mutual cooperation.
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The Big 10 Debuts on Billboard's Albums Chart

September 14, 2006 04:23:31 GMT

Having her second solo LP, "B'Day", tops the Billboard's album chart is the best birthday gift Beyonce Knowles has ever received. The set, drooped Sept 4h just in time with the singer's 25th birthday, is debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, selling a massive 541,000 copies in its first week in stores.

Thus, the album marked Beyonce's second #1 debut on Billboard's albums chart. Back then in 2003, her debut solo album "Dangerously in Love" opened at #1, selling close to 317,000 units its first week in stores and going on to move more than 4.3 million copies since its release.
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Pop/R&B Singer JoJo Talks on Sophomore LP


September 14, 2006 03:50:20 GMT

JoJo, the young and energetic singer, opens up about her upcoming sophomore album. The pop songbird will have her second solo album, tentatively titled "The High Road", marry the street October 17th later this year.

By now on, JoJo is busy working the set's single "Too Little, Too Late" video. The beauty said she wanted to work with just one man to help bring her "Too Little" vision to life on the small screen and her choice goes to director Chris Robinson.
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"Evening" Entering Filming Process

September 14, 2006 03:47:07 GMT

Evening picture
Successfully assembling a star-studded cast with Patrick Wilson as the latest to join in, Focus Features is starting principal photography on "Evening" this week in Rhode Island, the studio's CEO James Schamus has announced yesterday, September 13.

An adaptation of Susan Minot's best-selling novel of the same title, the movie is a production of Hart-Sharp Entertainment and features Hungarian filmmaker Lajos Koltai at helm with cast that includes Vanessa Redgrave, Natasha Richardson, Toni Collette, Claire Danes, Meryl Streep, and Glenn Close.
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More on Britney Spears Second Delivery


September 14, 2006 03:21:36 GMT

Rumors are swirling among people out there that Britney Spears has given birth to her second child with husband Kevin Federline, a baby boy, Tuesday Sept 12th at 2 a.m. at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. The newly born was said to weigh in 6-pound, 11-ounce.

Being asked on the accuracy of the delivery reports, Spears publicists remain tight-lipped, declined to confirm or deny it. However, Life & Stylemag.com quoted K-Fed as the man saying "Mom and baby are doing well, thanks. But we're all really tired."
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People's List of Best-Dressed Women of 2006

September 14, 2006 02:48:32 GMT

While many Hollywood celebrities do the so-called breast implants and botox in order to support their physical appearance, Jennifer Aniston just keeps her beauty natural and so does the way she dresses. This one reason why the actress has been chosen to top People magazine's list of Best-Dressed Women of 2006.

For Aniston's natural fashion sense, Elizabeth Sporkin, People's executive editor, said "She has a fashion sense that is very accessible. She wears jeans and T-shirts and blazers. She dresses like a regular person, and her evening wear, if you were going to an event, you would think you could really dress like her."
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Great Talents to Tell "The Tale of Despereaux"

September 14, 2006 02:36:56 GMT

Tale of Despereaux, The picture
Being ambitious with its new film project of "The Tale of Despereaux", a computer-animated feature adapted from Kate DiCamillo's bestseller book of the same title, Universal has announced Wednesday, September 13 that it has cast ten stars to lend voices to the picture.

All expected to be able to "bring to life the unforgettable characters and help convey the excitement, adventure and fun of this perfect gem of a book", the talents involved are Justin Long, Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Kline, Robbie Coltrane, Ciaran Hinds, Christopher Lloyd, William H. Macy, Stanley Tucci, Tracey Ullman, and Sigourney Weaver.
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Warner Bros. Making "Interpretation of Murder"

September 14, 2006 02:26:53 GMT

Tirelessly piling up potential projects to be brought into the big screen, Warner Bros. Pictures is about to develop a crime mystery flick of "Interpretation of Murder" based on Jed Rubenfeld's novel of the same title, Variety has reported.

While cast and film crew remain a question, it has been confirmed that the film's storyline will follow a young psychoanalyst and devotee of Freud's who is summoned to hold a consultation to a woman who survives after being attacked by a mad killer, but is unable to remember what happened.
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Five Hired to Solve Emotional Arithmetic Problem


September 14, 2006 02:24:46 GMT

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This can be one project worth waiting for. An adaptation of the Canadian novelist Matt Cohen's novel, "Emotional Arithmetic", has successfully included five celebrated thespians namely Susan Sarandon, Christopher Plummer, Roy Dupuis, Gabriel Byrne, and Max von Sydow in the cast, Production Weekly has revealed.

Sarandon will portray Melanie Lansing Winters, a woman in her 50's who is the wife of David Winters, played by Plummer, whose compulsive infidelity has cost him a tattered marriage and an embittered son (Dupuis). Meanwhile, Bryne has been billed to assume the role of a British novelist named Christopher Lewis with Von Sydow playing Jakob Bronski, a heroic dissident and veteran of a Soviet psychiatric hospital.
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Whitney Houston Filed for Divorce From Bobby Brown

September 14, 2006 02:24:40 GMT

Being Mrs. Bobby Brown apparently never comes easy for Whitney Houston. And after 14 years of marriage, plus its ups and downs, the Grammy-winning, superstar singer finally filed for divorce.

Houston filed papers in Orange County Superior Court, California on Friday Sept 8th, 2006, requesting a legal separation from husband Brown with the reason given was irreconcilable differences.
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Fernando Meirelles Piercing through the "Blindness"

September 14, 2006 01:57:48 GMT

Blindness picture
Nabbing a new directorial work, Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Meirelles is set to make a philosophical thriller flick entitled "Blindness" based on Portuguese Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago's 1995 novel of the same title.

An English-language film of a Brazilian/Canadian co-production, the project will go into production next summer in Meirelles' hometown, Sao Paolo, and Toronto, Canada with an estimated budget around $25 million project. Meanwhile, script is penned by Don McKellar who will also have a supporting role in the movie.
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Magnolia Gets "Exiled"

September 14, 2006 01:55:55 GMT

Exiled picture
This time it's Asian's turn to see the light in the States. Magnolia Pictures has been reported to have successfully optioned the rights to action thriller "Exiled" from Hong Kong filmmaker Johnny To and Media Asia Entertainment Group with an eye to release it in U.S theaters by the next year.

Recently screened at this year's Venice International Film Festival, pic is a noisy, high body-count gangster feature set in the gambling haven of Macau before the former Portuguese colony's handover to Chinese rule. The story tells about a professional hit-man sent to eliminate a renegade gang member named Wo who is attempting to start a new life with his wife and baby.
 
 
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