She would not stop grabbing media headlines though she's no longer alive. Anna Nicole Smith sent a shock to public worldwide, especially the Bahamian, as pictures of her in bed with a Bahamas immigration official have been surfacing.
Seems things are being quickened for next "Harry Potter" installment. The series art director Stuart Craig has disclosed in a Newsweek interview that he has already commenced work on "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
Apparently just starring in a superhero movie is not enough for Nicolas Cage. According to Sci-Fi Wire, the Oscar-winning actor is now aiming to bring one to the big screen on his own by producing a flick about She-Hulk, the cousin of Bruce Banner, The Hulk's alter ego.
Jennifer Aniston, apparently, doesn't pay really much attention to the topless photos of her that made their way into the Internet. The actress, on the other way around, really enjoyed her 38th birthday with the companion of some friends, including ex-boyfriend Vince Vaughn.
Hoping to write and direct films at the pace of Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola is set to carry out his next directorial project after "Youth Without Youth" in "Tetro", a film that fictionalizes what he calls his "very unusual family" which has been populated by artists since his father's generation.
Dedicated to advance the arts, sciences, and applications of visual effects, the Visual Effects Society on Sunday, February 11 for the fifth time held the annual gala of its VES Awards at the Kodak Grand Ballroom and stretched out honors to those behind the creation of F/X in all areas of entertainment.
No need to doubt that John Mayer and Jessica Simpson do dating. They make it official at the Grammys after-party that they are couple, as they could barely keep their hands off each other, cuddling and posing as paparazzi snapped photos.
Here about to come another potential flick from producer Scott Rudin. Variety has revealed that the man is teaming up with Allison Owen to make "The Coram Boy", a film feature based on Jamila Gavin's 2000 children novel of the same title for Miramax Films.