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September 28, 2006

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Christina Aguilera Ends Feud with Britney Spears, Sending Her Baby Gift

September 28, 2006 09:01:12 GMT

This just in. Christina Aguilera seems to be trying to end feud with fellow pop singer Britney Spears. The "Genie in a Bottle" singer has reportedly bought a $570 gift bag for Spears' new son, Sutton Pierce.

Life & Style was the first to come up with the report. The bag is said to include goodies like a set of porcelain crockery, a cuddly elephant, a hooded towel, slippers and a nightlight.
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Pete Doherty Will Be Designing A Line of Clothing

September 28, 2006 08:09:09 GMT

Pete Doherty rocks. The troubled rocker who's widely known more because of his drug addicts rather than music career is invading the world of fashion.

It is reported that the newly clean Doherty has joined forces with the Gio-Goi label, and is about to design and model "customized T-shirts, retro suits and jackets."
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George Clooney and Renee Zellweger Reconcile?!

September 28, 2006 07:37:26 GMT

New rumors surface by the hour that George Clooney has reconciled his romance with Renee Zellweger. The Hollywood heartthrob and the Oscar winning actress were romantically linked back in late 2001.

And just now, PageSix.com reported Clooney and Zellweger met at the Tower Bar restaurant in Los Angeles' Sunset Tower Hotel on Sunday September 24th for a "romantic dinner." What the former couple were doing?
News > Celebrity Gossip

America's Most Trusted Celebrities According to Forbes Magazine

September 28, 2006 07:18:56 GMT

Two-time Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks has been chosen the Most Trusted Celebrity in America. The hunk tops Forbes magazine's list of 1,500 movie and TV stars on the category.

Celebrity cook Rachael Ray comes 2nd, while actor Michael J. Fox comes 3rd in the rundown.
News > Movie News

Hugh Jackman Lingers on "Plumm Summer"

September 28, 2006 07:15:53 GMT

Plumm Summer, A picture
It's just a month ago that Hugh Jackman got chosen to play the lead in "Carousel" and now he's already taken another new stint. The "X-Men" star has been confirmed to take part in an independent feature titled "A Plumm Summer", Variety has revealed.

Doing so, the hunk thereby will be billed alongside William Baldwin, Henry Winkler, and Lisa Guerrero to come under first-time helmer Caroline Zelder who previously worked as apprentice editor for Steven Seagal's 1998 vehicle of "The Patriot." Meanwhile, the project itself will deal with the aftermath of a famous puppet's kidnapping and two youngsters' bid to solve the case.
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Lindsay Lohan & Harry Morton Are on A Break

September 28, 2006 06:48:35 GMT

Subsequent to speculation after speculation, Harry Morton finally comes up with the so-called confirmation. The President and CEO of Pink Taco restaurants, opens up about the status of his relationship with Lindsay Lohan.

In an interview with TV's Extra, set to air Thursday night September 28th, Morton said "We're just sort of taking a little breather right now and slowing things down. A lot of people started saying we're engaged. It put a lot of pressure on things. ... We need a little space."
News > Movie News

Mark Pellington Stays Up All "Night and Day"

September 28, 2006 06:34:45 GMT

Mark Pellington is setting up a new directorial stint on the big screen. Variety reported that the Baltimore-born filmmaker has been tapped by Universal Pictures to helm its supernatural thriller flick, "Night and Day You Are the One" with Jon Bokenkamp penning the script.

Produced by Daniel Bobker and Ehren Kruger via their Universal-based company, the picture is an adaptation of Ken Kalfus' short story entitled "Thirst" which centers on a man who has to unravel truth from fantasy after witnessing a murder as he has difficulty to tell the difference between his dreams and reality.
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A 1950s Tape of Bob Dylan to be Auctioned

September 28, 2006 06:00:54 GMT

Back in the late 1950s, the now famous singer Bob Dylan was nothing. During that time he was an ordinary boy, simply known as Bobby Zimmerman who would spend hours playing guitar and singing with longtime pal Ric Kangas whom he asked to record the sessions.

And now, as the ordinary boy has become a sell-out singer, the old record, consists of three songs sung by Dylan and another featuring Kangas on guitar, would surely cost expensive. Approvingly, Kangas said that one Dylan expert appraised the tape at about $100,000, an amount he never thought before.
News > Movie News

The 44th New York Film Festival Lineups

September 28, 2006 05:50:06 GMT

Queen, The picture
Drawing near to its unveiling on Friday, September 29 this year, the 44th Annual New York Film Festival organizers have revealed list of film features screened at the event up to its closing date on October 15, presenting a selection of pictures of either local or foreign productions.

From U.S, there will be Stephen Frears' acclaimed drama "The Queen" starring Helen Mirren which is going to be the opener of the festival also Todd Field' "Little Children" and Sofia Coppola's period piece "Marie Antoinette." Featuring great talents like Kate Winslet and Jennifer Connelly, "Children" sets to be shown on September 30 with "Antoinette" following up on October 13.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Paris Hilton's Court Hearing on DUI Charges Postponed Until December

September 28, 2006 04:51:32 GMT

The court hearing of Paris Hilton's DUI charges has been postponed until December. Howard Weitzman, an attorney for the socialite, said he's been seeking for postponement and been granted one until December 5th later this year "in order to determine if and how the case will ultimately be resolved.

Paris was arrested Sept. 7 after being stopped in her Mercedes-Benz SLR while, she has said, on a late-night hamburger run. She was originally scheduled to be arraigned Thursday Sept 28th on charges that she was driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol level of at least 0.08 percent.
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Lethal Drug Mix Killed Anna Nicole Smith's Son

September 28, 2006 04:07:49 GMT

There it is, after the many chatter and speculation, the cause of Anna Nicole Smith's son's death is now about to become obvious.

A second round of toxicology tests showed Daniel Smith had methadone, Zoloft and Lexapro in his system when he died Sept. 10 in a hospital room in the Bahamas where his mother gave birth to a baby daughter.
News > Music News

The U.S. Pop Album Charts for the Week Ended September 24th

September 28, 2006 03:37:36 GMT

There are several major new releases this week, but Justin Timberlake holds on his success. The pop singer, who has just made a comeback to music scene, still rules the US pop album charts, with his second solo effort "FutureSex/LoveSounds," sold 217,000 units for the week ended Sunday September 24th.

After two weeks atop the Billboard 200, the Jive Records release has now sold 903,000 copies in total. On the second position of the chart is Clay Aiken, whose covers set "A Thousand Different Ways" sold 205,000 units. Stacy Ferguson's solo debut, "The Dutchess" opens at No. 3 with 142,000 copies, just one place ahead of Kenny Chesney's "Live Those Songs Again" bows at No. 4 with 137,000.
News > Movie News

Fox Searchlight Digs Up "Stephon's Corner"

September 28, 2006 03:12:17 GMT

Recently put "The Darjeeling Limited" under its wings, Fox Searchlight has already added one more project to be developed into the big screen. The studio has successfully reached a deal to obtain the script "Stephon's Corner" for State Street Pictures to produce and for partner George Tillman to direct.

Emerged from the creative mind of Pat Gilfillan, the picture is a vigilante actioner which concerns two single mothers who become close friends following the death of their children during useless acts of violence. Upon finding out that the judicial system fails them, the duo unanimously embarks on a killing spree through the underbelly of Chicago.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Twin Daughters on the Way for P. Diddy

September 28, 2006 03:12:15 GMT

After left people questioning on the sex of his forthcoming baby twins, P. Diddy at last confirms the news. The hip-hop mogul tells Vibe in its November issue that he and longtime girlfriend Kim Porter are expecting twin girls.

"I'm having twin girls," the star told the publication. "People say, to a so-called ladies' man or whatever, that when you have girls it changes you. So I was like, 'What's God trying to tell me by giving me two girls?' When I pray every morning, I thank God for showing me what he showed me while I still have a chance to enjoy myself."
News > Movie News

Three More Recruited for "Homeland Security"

September 28, 2006 02:56:12 GMT

At last it is official. Ending speculations on Meg Ryan's involvement in "Homeland Security", Variety has confirmed that the "You've Got Mail" star is finally positive to replace Annette Bening in the rom-com feature. Along with the actress, Colin Hanks and Selma Blair have also been added to the cast list, joining Antonio Banderas to make a stellar line-up for sure.

An indie feature budgeted at around $25 million, the project follows an uptight young federal agent as he spies on his sexually liberated mother and her new lover after FBI links him to an international art theft ring. Filming is set to begin on October 2 this year in Shreveport, Louisiana with George Gallo at helm.
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Terrell Owens Claims Reports on Suicide Attempt Are Absurd

September 28, 2006 02:42:02 GMT

Rumors are swirling on Terrell Owens, the Dallas Cowboys receiver, trying to kill himself. The athlete was hospitalized Tuesday night September 26th after he had an allergic reaction to a mixture of medication for a broken ring finger and supplements he takes daily.

It is said that Owens tried to kill himself by overdosing on pain medication and even told his friend "that he was depressed." However, the NFL star and his publicist, Kim Etheredge, denied the reports during an afternoon news conference in Irving, Texas, saying "There was no suicide attempt".
News > Movie News

Dimension Infiltrates "O.C.T."

September 28, 2006 02:17:15 GMT

Comic adaptation apparently is still an interesting subject to deal with, at least for Dimension Films. Variety has revealed that the studio is intending to make one, titled "O.C.T.: Occult Crimes Taskforce", after its successful attempt to secure the movie rights of the graphic novel.

Following the acquisition, the company is set to develop the project as a starring vehicle for New York-born actress Rosario Dawson. The beauty, who will also serve as one of the producers, previously co-created the comic alongside David Atchison with Tony Shasteen working on the illustration.
News > Movie News

New Line Goes Smooth with "Mild Things"

September 28, 2006 02:13:39 GMT

Currently busy in developing its high-profile picture of "The Golden Compass", New Line Cinema delightfully has acquired another potential project to be developed under its banner. Variety reported that the company has purchased comedy spec "Mild Things" from scripting duo Michael Colton and John Aboud.

Following this, New Line has already collaborated with Paul Young and Peter Principato at their Principato-Young to set up the picture. So far, no cast and director have been attached yet, but the film's story is said to take a look on tame married couple who conclude to have a "baby bender" and spend a few months partying like rock stars before fixing their mind to have a baby.
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HQ Pictures Identifies "12th Man"

September 28, 2006 02:09:26 GMT

Securing one more project under its wings, HQ Pictures has satisfyingly obtained rights to Mark Jonathan Stanley's sci-fi/actioner pitch, "12th Man", Variety has revealed.

In bringing up the picture to the surface, some of the company's execs have been confirmed to handle the production matters. HQ's senior development executive Rock Shaink will produce while Tyrese Gibson, Mike Le and Omar Shamout are all set to executive produce.
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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Rearing "Baby Mama"

September 28, 2006 02:04:24 GMT

Baby Mama picture
Extending their partnership from SNL's "Weekend Update" to the big screen, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are set to star in "Baby Mama", a new comedic feature from Universal Pictures.

Planned to be shot next summer when both Fey and Poehler have some time off from their TV stints, the project centers on a single career woman who decides to hire a surrogate to satisfy her desire of having a child while at the same time still able to keep her career. Michael McCullers has been tapped to both write and direct with Lorne Michaels and John Goldwyn producing.
 
 
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