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Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds Go Public with Their Romance

May 16, 2007 06:02:20 GMT

Hollywood's most kept secret is no longer an unconfirmed speculation when Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds spotted together in West Hollywood.

The twosome who has been linked for a few months now was spotted catching The Damnwells' show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood on Monday night May 14th.
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"Indy 4" to Take Scenes in New Haven

May 16, 2007 05:10:05 GMT

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The layers covering filming locations on "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" apparently has had the first one lifted by now.

The New Haven Register has claimed that it has obtained confirmation from a spokesman for director Steven Spielberg on Monday, May 13 informing that the highly anticipated project will get shot in New Haven, Connecticut at the city's Chapel Street next month.
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Forest Whitaker and Jessica Biel Put Some "Powder"

May 16, 2007 05:08:52 GMT

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Ready to illuminate the project together, Forest Whitaker and Jessica Biel have both given agreement to be cast in ensemble drama "Powder Blue", which Eleven Eleven Films is set to develop in association with Spirit Dance Entertainment and Grosvenor Park Media.

Film's plot sees four eclectic characters - a mortician, an ex-con, a suicidal ex-priest, and a stripper - brought together on Christmas Eve by a mixture of circumstances. Filming is due to begin late July this year in Los Angeles under the direction of Vietnamese filmmaker Timothy Linh Bui who will helm based on the script he wrote from a story by Stephane Gauger.
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Virginia Madsen Stays in "Connecticut"

May 16, 2007 05:04:49 GMT

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On board to generate spookiness among the audience, Virginia Madsen has signed on to star in supernatural thriller "A Haunting in Connecticut" which is being set up under Gold Circle Films banner for Mandate Pictures to handle its international sales.

Reportedly based on a true story, the project focuses on a family who gets forced to relocate near a clinic where their teenage son is being treated for cancer. Much to their surprise, the home they rent turns out to be a former mortuary with a dark history that might account for the extraordinary manifestations of the boy's illness and the supernatural events that threaten the family.
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Duo Living a "Tortured" Life

May 16, 2007 05:03:02 GMT

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Submitting two more names in the cast lineup, filmmakers of "Tortured" have picked up James Denton and Jon Cryer to accompany Cole Hauser and Laurence Fishburne in the list, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.

A psychological thriller of Insight Film Studios production in association with Proud Mary Entertainment, the picture will center on Hauser's character, an FBI agent who goes undercover as an organized crime enforcer. The man, however, begins to question his roles when he is ordered to undertake the weeklong torture of an accountant, played by Fishburne.
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British Supermodel Kate Moss Launching Her Own Haircare Line

May 16, 2007 04:56:40 GMT

She has had almost everything, a successful modeling career to clothing line that proved to be a hit with shoppers. That's not all, she also once sings in one of boyfriend Pete Doherty's songs. After all, Kate Moss is now focusing to launch her own line of hair care.

The British catwalk star is teaming up with her celebrity hairdresser friend James Brown to produce the line of products, which will feature Moss' face on their packaging. Negotiation is still on its way with retailers for the new product.
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Rogue Hooks Up with "Super Bad James Dynomite"

May 16, 2007 04:44:55 GMT

Aiming to bring up a promising comedic flick, Rogue Pictures is on the move to make "Super Bad James Dynomite", a live action feature based on the Wayans Brothers comic book that they themselves are set to produce alongside Rick Alvarez.

Written by Marlon Wayans alongside his brothers Shawn Wayans and Keenen Ivory Wayans, the original concerns the story of Dynomite, an inner-city antihero reminiscent of blaxploitation staples Shaft, Dolemite and Black Belt Jones. Framed by a rival and sent away for a long prison stretch, he determines to regain his cool and try to take down the man who framed him.
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Ernest Dickerson Positive as "Un-Dead" Helmer

May 16, 2007 04:43:46 GMT

Confirming Blackfilm's report last month about the director of "The Un-Dead", Variety has brought in news that Ernest Dickerson is indeed being given the position in the horror feature, the follow-up to the 1931 horror classic "Dracula" directed by Tod Browning.

Described as a new chapter to Bram Stoker's novel "Dracula" that has been endorsed by the author's family, the project is based on a novel written by Stoker's great grand-nephew Dacre Stoker which picks up twenty-five years after the original book the 1931 film was based on.
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Has Cameron Diaz Found Herself a New Man?

May 16, 2007 04:22:19 GMT

Cameron Diaz caught public's attention yet again when she was spotted stepping out with "Mindfreak" magician Criss Angel for dinner in Las Vegas, thus prompted rumors they are dating.

Such speculation came to the surface only hours after there were rumors Diaz dated Uma Thurman's ex Andre Balazs. Diaz and Angel reportedly have been spotted partying in Las Vegas together the past few days.
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Please Meet "Beth Cooper"

May 16, 2007 04:19:02 GMT

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Sparking its next comedy project after "The Comebacks", Fox Atomic is setting up a flick entitled "I Love You, Beth Cooper" with Chris Columbus and Michael Barnathan to produce through their 1492 Pictures, Variety has reported.

Based on Larry Doyle's debut novel of the same title, pic follows the adventures of geeky high school valedictorian who decides he has nothing to lose by making a play for a popular cheerleader, declaring his love during the graduation speech. Script will be penned by the author himself, who is also known as a magazine and TV writer.
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Fox Searchlight Stores "Living Things"

May 16, 2007 03:51:22 GMT

Keeps putting priority on drama genre, Fox Searchlight Pictures is going to develop a film feature of the kind titled "The Ornate Anatomy of Living Things" from a script by new scribes Matthew Spicer and Max Winkler that the studio has successfully purchased.

Project revolves around a New York bookstore clerk who discovers a museum devoted to his life. No word yet on helmer and cast lineup, but it has been learned that Jason Reitman will produce through his Hard C production company with Peter Principato and Paul Young executive producing.
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Very Pregnant Salma Hayek to Develop New Series for ABC

May 16, 2007 03:44:15 GMT

On the heels of the success of "Ugly Betty," which she executive producing, Salma Hayek has just signed a two-year deal with ABC Studios to develop new series projects for the studio.

Hayek, alongside her producing partner Jose Tamez, will develop the project through their company, Ventanarosa Prods. No words yet on what would it like and when it will start airing.
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John Stockwell Has "Nowhere" to Go

May 16, 2007 03:29:45 GMT

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Coming off the Fox Atomic thriller "Turistas", John Stockwell has secured his next directorial stint in a bittersweet romantic comedy entitled "Middle of Nowhere" which tells about a clashing mother and daughter.

Project has already picked up Oscar winner Susan Sarandon and her daughter Eva Amurri to topline. The latter will portray a young woman named Grace whose irresponsible mother, played by Sarandon, blows her college fund on her younger sister's beauty pageant campaign.
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Marcos Bernstein Sits for "Eleven Minutes"

May 16, 2007 03:19:31 GMT

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Landing his first stint for Hollywood, Brazilian scribe Marcos Bernstein has come onboard to write for New Line Cinema's new big screen feature of "Eleven Minutes", The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

An adaptation of a novel of the same title by acclaimed author Paulo Coelho, the project will likely stay close to the original material which tells about a Brazilian woman who goes to Switzerland to seek her fortune only to find work in a gentleman's club.
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Denise Richards and Richie Sambora Kept Their Split Secret

May 16, 2007 03:09:50 GMT

Denise Richards and Richie Sambora are good at keeping secret. The pair split two months ago but kept it secret to avoid public scrutiny, it has been reported.

The actress' representative tells In Touch exclusively that "Denise and Richie broke up two months ago." A friend of her explained, "they didn't want to make it public because they lived through public divorces and it was very painful."
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