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October 07, 2006

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Rambo Looks into the Serpent's Eye

October 07, 2006 07:13:51 GMT

Updating the news on the fourth installment of "Rambo" series, Production Weekly has reported that the third sequel of the franchise is now titled "Rambo IV: In the Serpent's Eye."
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Hilary Duff to Make Her Video Game Debut in "The Sims"

October 07, 2006 06:25:03 GMT

Is an avid gamer, Hilary Duff will make her video game debut in "The Sims". Electronic Arts Inc. announced Thursday Oct 5th it has struck deal with the recording artist for "The Sims 2 Pets".
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"President" Facing Refusal from Exhibitors

October 07, 2006 05:16:15 GMT

Boldly presenting a depiction of a fictional assassination to President George W. Bush, Newmarket's "Death of a President" is now encountering a really big problem concerning its theatrical release. Some of the country's biggest theater chains reportedly refuse to screen the picture due to its incendiary subject matter.
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Jimmy Buffett Was Temporarily Detained for Drugs

October 07, 2006 04:16:48 GMT

Jimmy Buffett, the singer-songwriter best known for his hit "Margaritaville", was temporarily detained at Toulon-HyŤres International Airport in the south of France after customs officials found more than 100 tabs of Ecstasy in his luggage during a trip to the French Riviera.
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"Mighty Heart" Heats Up

October 07, 2006 04:16:09 GMT

As the date to begin production on "A Mighty Heart" draws near, things are being geared up for the project to meet the schedule with the cast members preparing to start taking scenes as well.
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Natalie Portman Poses in Audrey Hepburn's Iconic Black Dress

October 07, 2006 03:39:03 GMT

Natalie Portman is so lucky that she has the chance to wear the iconic black column dress worn by the late Academy Award-winning actress Audrey Hepburn in the 1961's "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
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Mel Gibson to Appear on "Good Morning America" Next Week

October 07, 2006 03:09:25 GMT

What's next from Mel Gibson? It's something big for you. The actor will have an interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC's "Good Morning America", which will be his first ever since his DUI arrest last July during which he made several anti-Semitic remarks.
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A Private Jet Company Sues Jennifer Lopez Over Unpaid Flights

October 07, 2006 02:43:30 GMT

Avjet Corp. of Burbank, a Los Angeles-area private aircraft company, has sued Jennifer Lopez, claiming the singer-actress is late on payments for a pair of chartered flights.
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"Near Dark" to Be the First Work of Platinum-Rogue Deal

October 07, 2006 02:32:51 GMT

A remake project of the 1987 film of the same title, "Near Dark" is confirmed to be the first film feature coming out from the joint venture between Platinum Dunes and Rogue Pictures. The two companies have just reached a three-year first-look deal to make fright fare budgeted under $25 million with Platinum's execs Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, and Andrew Form producing.
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P. Diddy Presses the "Play" Button

October 07, 2006 02:13:46 GMT

Get ready for another P. Diddy's music effort. The rapper will have his next album, titled "Press Play", hit the stores on October 17th later this year.
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Paramount and Nickelodeon Bring "Sunken Places" to the Surface

October 07, 2006 01:51:24 GMT

Marking the pact between them, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies are about to co-produce together "The Game of Sunken Places", an action adventure flick inspired by the Scholastic Press book by M.T. Anderson.
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Patricia Clarkson Finds the "Real Girl"

October 07, 2006 01:49:52 GMT

Moving on to another acting stint, Patricia Clarkson has given positive sign to take a starring role in "Lars and the Real Girl", an off-beat indie feature from Sidney Kimmel Entertainment to be released by MGM.
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Jack Black Funding "College Football"

October 07, 2006 01:47:22 GMT

Forming a new production company at Universal called Electric Dynamite, "The School of Rock" star Jack Black is marking its establishment with a new film project. The funnyman has been confirmed to take Universal's "In College Football, Big Paydays for Humiliation" under his company's banner, Variety has reported.