The morning on Sunday, May 6 became blindingly bright as a number of Hollywood celebrities cheerfully walked down the green carpet to attend the world premiere of "Shrek the Third", the latest installment of the kind-hearted ogre tale slated for a theatrical release on May 18.
Bringing Gordon Gekko back to the big screen, 20th Century Fox is in the process to make a follow-up to Oliver Stone's 1987 drama "Wall Street", which won Michael Douglas an Academy Award in 1988 for his role as the cold-hearted takeover artist.
Completing the missing piece in "John Rambo", TV star Julie Benz has come onboard to play the female lead in this latest installment of "Rambo" series, which is currently filming in Thailand under Millennium Films/Nu Image banner, Variety has revealed.
Corinne Bailey Rae was about to take the role as young Aretha Franklin in "From These Roots" musical production when she failed to impress the diva. Rae stumbled down at the last stage when a screen test raised Aretha's 'doubt'.
Country star Dolly Parton will be reunited on one stage with her old time buddy Porter Wagoner. They will be celebrating Porter's 50 years career in music industry by conducting a tribute show on May 19 at Nashville, Tennessee's Grand Ole Opry.
One more single is pulled out of Arcade Fire's chart-topping album "Neon Bible". Single "Intervention" stands next in line and will be released May 21 in UK via Rough Trade Records and on July 10 in US under Merge Records.
In what has become a tradition, the American Idol top 10 finalists this season will visit several states in US for a summer tour. The trek will begin one month after the ultimate winner is announced on May 23.
Being a very dedicated thespian who has played various roles both in small and big screen since late '70s, Robin Williams was delightfully named by San Francisco Film Society the recipient of Peter J. Owens Award in the organization's celebration of its 50th annual San Francisco International Film Festival.
Evanescence is going through another line up change as guitarist John LeCompt and drummer Rocky Gray bid their goodbye to the band. Though not obviously showing any clash especially after recent release of "The Open Door" (2006), both LeCompt and Gray speak up about vocalist Amy Lee's management that stands against them.
In just seven days, Ben Harper and his band Innocent Criminals finished the follow up of 2006's "Both Sides of the Gun". Taking Paris as the post to record this eleventh studio album, Harper comprised 11 tracks into an album named "Lifelines".
After sometimes, new rumors on Madonna's marriage break up are heating up again. It is said that the diva's marriage to director husband Guy Ritchie is on the rocks due to her plan to expand the family with another adoption.
While announcing that their hiatus will last until 2008, the members of Slipknot revealed that there would be at least one more album before "we don't know what happen". Frontman Corey Taylor who is busy with his Stone Sour band speaks up about the possibility of Knot's project this year.