A misconception upon Jamie Foxx's Unpredictable Tour is put to justice by promoter Gregg Perloff. Mistaken for a low selling tour, Perloff later clarified that the capacity itself is limited up to 6,000 seats.
After announcing the first leg of tour that roams in United States, My Chemical Romance is ready for not only second leg but also third. The tour, which is named "The Black Parade World Tour", is held in support of the band's third album "The Black Parade" (2006).
After a mild reception on "Around the Sun" (2004), R.E.M. comes back with a new album. Though not quite known yet whether it will live up to the expectation, bassists Mike Mills has promised there will be more 'rock' in it. Neither name nor exact release date has been stated, yet it is estimated to be out before the end of this year.
Bennifer do want more. Jennifer Garner, in an interview with the British edition of Marie Claire for its April issue, admits "there are pitfalls to being a Hollywood mom" yet that won't prevent her and husband Ben Affleck to have another baby.
Grammy Award wining John Legend broadens his influence in the musical industry by opening a recording house, Home Schooling. He is looking forward to tap both several young artists and the renowned ones to be 'home schooled'.
And the winner is Kate Winslet. The Oscar-nominated actress won a public apology and undisclosed libel damages Friday March 9th from Britain's glossy Grazia magazine over its report claiming she visited a doctor for help with her weight.
Madonna learns mothering lessons from fellow singer Britney Spears. Sadly she doesn't learn the best way. The pop superstar is at the center of media attention after she was recently photographed taking adopted son David Banda for a drive on her lap.
Salma Hayek is engaged and expecting, it has been confirmed. The 40-year-old actress, famous for her Oscar-nominated performance in "Frida" (2002) and the 1995 "Desperado", is engaged to businessman Francois-Henri Pinault and is pregnant with their first child.
Running on fast track in developing "Changeling", Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment is reportedly having cClint looking to direct and Angelina Jolie in negotiations to be the female lead for the project.
Prolific writer John August gets another big job to do. The Colorado-born man has delightfully been appointed to pen for “Shazam!”, the New Line Cinema's adaptation of DC Comics series which tells about a teenager who becomes the superhero known as Captain Marvel.