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Kanye West Labels Chris Brown's Alleged Attack on Rihanna 'So Devastating'

February 11, 2009 08:13:57 GMT


Chris Brown's alleged attack on Rihanna over the weekend has drawn various responses from fellow celebrities, one of whom is Kanye West who branded the incident that has dominated major media headlines for days as "so devastating." In an interview with Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show on Tuesday morning, February 10, he said, "I don't want to speak too much on it, but I was completely devastated by the concept of what I heard."

Sympathetic towards his former tour mate Rihanna, Kanye told Ryan, "I would do any and everything to help her in any situation." He revealed, "[Rihanna] has the potential to be, you know, the greatest artist of all time and, in that sense, I feel like [she is] my baby sis."
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ET's Teaser Trailer of 'Inglourious Basterds' Found

February 11, 2009 07:59:39 GMT


Teaser trailer for "Inglourious Basterds" has made its way out via Entertainment Tonight (ET). The one-minute sneak peek into the Quentin Tarantino's ensemble war film teases even more footage than the earlier released footage also from ET, giving out details and scenes of the action drama movie for The Weinstein Company.

Through the teaser, which bootleg version has been found, several cast members other than Brad Pitt have been exposed. While the video highlights on Lieutenant Aldo Raine introducing himself to a group of Jewish soldiers as he explains what he intents to do, glimpse of Samm Levine and B.J. Novak as PFC Hirschberg and PFC Utivich respectively is captured.
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Preview of 'NCIS' 6.16: Bounce


February 11, 2009 07:55:35 GMT


Gibbs and DiNozzo reverse roles after a murder leads to one of Tony's old investigations being re-opened in the next "NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service". The episode called "Bounce" will air on February 17.

The episode will feature a song by KMFDM called "Love Is Like" which is taken from "NCIS: The Official Soundtrack" album. The 2-disc compilation of tracks was released on February 10, containing 22 tracks that are used in the sixth season, from famous musicians as well as from the show's cast.
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Video Premiere: Robin Thicke's 'Dreamworld'

February 11, 2009 07:54:24 GMT


Robin Thicke has debuted a music video aimed to promote his single entitled "Dreamworld". In the just-premiered video, he is captured walking down a deserted area singing the song by himself. At some point, he is seen sitting behind a piano, strumming some riffs while several couples are taking over the dance floor.

"Dreamworld" is a ballad song where Robin expresses one's hope and love, singing, "I would be you/You would be me/We would be one/We would be just fine." The track appears in his 2008 studio album "Something Else".
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Rihanna Canceling Asian Shows

February 11, 2009 07:07:38 GMT


Rihanna is confirmed to have canceled her live concerts in Asia, including the one held in Malaysia as Los Angeles police continue their investigation over Chris Brown's alleged attack on a woman, who is widely believed as the pop songstress. Stepping forward to give the announcement on that matter are concert promoters for the shows themselves.

Stating that makeup date for the Malaysian gig is expected to be announced in two weeks, Razman Razali, managing director for Malaysian show organizer Pineapple Concerts, says, "In light of recent events involving Rihanna, [William Morris Agency] will confirm within two weeks from now on a replacement date to be mutually agreed." He then adds, "We sincerely regret this unavoidable shift in schedule and apologize to the fans for any inconvenience caused."
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Jessica Simpson Turns Fashion Designer Amidst Weight Gain Jibes


February 11, 2009 06:58:19 GMT


Leaving all the jibes concerning her fuller figure behind, Jessica Simpson is invading the world of fashion, designing a new line of dresses for women of all shapes. The line is an addition to her already-existing shoe and accessories line.

"I want to create clothes that flatter every figure. I know how a dress can make you feel so frumpy. I promise mine won't," so the actress-singer has been quoted as telling the March issue of In Style magazine about her soon-to-be-launched clothing line. "If my clothing and accessories make you feel great and let you walk proud and tall - in big, big platform shoes - then I'm happy."
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Talk of Third 'Transformers' Movie Surfaces


February 11, 2009 06:57:37 GMT


"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has not yet been screened in theaters, but the idea of a third "Transformers" movie has been thrown in. In an interview with Collider during his appearance at the premiere of "Friday the 13th", director Michael Bay revealed that he could see himself doing a third movie for the "Transformers" franchise.

Although noting the possibility of him taking on another "Transformers" movie, Bay insisted that before that happens, he would love to "take a year off no matter what". On the occasion, he also took time to share more on "Revenge of the Fallen", confirming that some of the scenes were filmed in IMAX.
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Preview of '90210' 1.17: The Bad and The Trusted


February 11, 2009 06:52:12 GMT


It's all about speed and sex when "90210" returns on March 31. In "The Bad & The Trusted", Dixon and Silver go on with their night of splendor while Annie spends a drunken evening under the stars with fellow thespian Max.

Naomi is lured to the dark side when she hangs out with handsome bad boy Liam whom she met at the bar of her hotel. Taken for a need for speed, Naomi is captivated by its intensity. Matt Lanter guest stars as Liam, who has been described as the Dylan McKay of the "Beverly Hills 90210" spin-off.
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Official Tracklisting for Kelly Clarkson's 'All I Ever Wanted'

February 11, 2009 06:24:42 GMT


New materials in Kelly Clarkson's upcoming studio album "All I Ever Wanted" have been unveiled through the effort's newly-outed official tracklisting. Fourteen new tracks, including a title track, are confirmed to be listed in the album.

Kelly will release the fourth major studio record on March 10 across America. Beside working with OneRepublic's frontman Ryan Tedder, she also teams up with producers Howard Benson and duo Max Martin and Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald.
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Nominees for the 29th Annual Genie Awards Unveiled

February 11, 2009 06:09:04 GMT


The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television (ACCT) have announced the nominees for the 29th Annual Genie Awards. Leading the pack for the awards honoring the best in Canadian film was "The Necessities of Life". The movie about an Inuit hunter stranded in a Quebec hospital collected eight gongs, including best picture, best director for Benoit Pilon and best original screenplay for Bernard Emond.

In the category of best pictures, Pilon's film will be up against "Amal", "Normal", "Passchendaele" and "Everything Is Fine". Meanwhile, for the best original screenplay title, it placed Bernard Emond in competition with Deepa Mehta of "Heaven on Earth", Travis McDonald of "Normal", Randall Cole of "Real Time" and Guillaume Vigneault of "Everything Is Fine".
News > Celebrity Gossip

Grandma Opens Up About Rihanna's Condition, Slams Some False Reports


February 11, 2009 06:06:35 GMT


Giving update on Rihanna's latest condition following an alleged attack by her boyfriend Chris Brown is her grandmother, Clara Brathwaite, who told Barbadian newspaper Daily Nation on Monday, February 9 that the "Umbrella" hitmaker currently is in good condition. "I don't want people to worry. Rihanna is fine and she is doing well," Clara confirmed.

Clara, moreover, also slammed the mounting reports claiming Rihanna endured a broken nose during the much reported argument with Chris, taking place in L.A.'s Hancock Park neighborhood late last week. Clara, nevertheless, didn't provide details on Rihanna's physics.
News > TV News

'United States of Tara' Renewed for 2nd Season, Shooting to Begin in Summer


February 11, 2009 04:40:49 GMT


Showtime is gearing up for the second season of its hit comedy series, "United States of Tara", it has been announced. There are 12 new episodes planned and shooting is slated to be begun this summer.

"This is a perfect fit for our premium brand and we're thrilled that critics and audiences have responded to this groundbreaking show so well," Robert Greenblatt, Showtime's entertainment chief, said in a statement when explaining on the reason that prompted the renewal of the series. "I look forward to many more alternate personalities emerging from this unique series."
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Sneak Peek of 'The Bachelor' February 16 Episode


February 11, 2009 04:29:53 GMT


"The Bachelor" returns Monday, February 16 with a vacation to New Zealand. Post the departure of Naomi from the competition, the three remaining girls will go on one-on-one dates with bachelor Jason Mesnick and one of them has been highlighted through a sneak peek video.

Molly will do a bungee jumping together with Jason. She admits that she is not scared of heights but is terrified at the idea of doing the extreme sport.
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ABC to Renew 'Ugly Betty' for Fourth Season

February 11, 2009 04:29:39 GMT


Despite previous announcement saying that "Ugly Betty" is going on hiatus, ABC reportedly reveal their plan to renew the fourth season of the TV series starring America Ferrera. Spilling the beans to public is Entertainment Weekly, which unfortunately has no further details on how the TV series will get its renewal.

Beside planning to renew the fourth season of "Ugly Betty", ABC have also reportedly approved the filming of another season for "Grey's Anatomy", "Desperate Housewives", "Brothers & Sisters", "Extreme Makeover Home Edition", "America's Funniest Home Videos" and "The Bachelor". However, the net "is not ready to announce any pick-ups at this point," the network's publicist says.
News > Movie News

'Star Trek' New Trailer to Come Out With 'Watchmen'

February 11, 2009 04:26:59 GMT


The latest trailer for the highly-anticipated "Star Trek" will be debuted in theaters in early March. Making the announcement on Tuesday, February 10, was Paramount Pictures which claimed that they have planned to screen the trailer in theaters on March 6 attached to another much-awaited movie "Watchmen".

Noting that the new trailer for the sci-fi film will feature brand new footage which cannot be found in the previously-released trailer and Super Bowl's spot, it will be made available in HD online via Apple Trailers on March 9, three days following the theatrical debut. Thereafter, the trailer will be put on the official site.
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