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Trailer of Making the Band 4 Season 2 Revealed!

January 16, 2008 03:18:05 GMT


With the premiere date coming out around the corner, Making the Band 4 season 2 has begun its promotion by releasing a trailer. P. Diddy's Bad Boy Records, the label which the season 1 winners, Danity Kane and Donnie are under, has posted a clip that summarizes what audience will see in the second cycle.

In the new season, all the three acts are put together to live under the same roof in Miami. While personal issues will come under the spotlight, there will be scenes where they are in studio, working on each album. Making the band 4 winner and the solo act Donnie will record their respective debuts while Danity Kane, who is Making the Band 3 winner, will record their sophomore set.
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Rolling Stones' Concerts Documentary to Open 2008 Berlinale

January 16, 2008 02:47:13 GMT


The Rolling Stones concert film "Shine A Light" will open the 2008 Berlin Film Festival on February 7. On Tuesday, January 15, the organizers of the 58th Berlinale announced that the documentary picture made by the Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese is going to be the opening film and the veteran British rock band is expected to attend the screening.

On picking the film as the opening movie, the festival director Dieter Kosslick commented, "We are extremely excited to have the World Premiere of this magnificent film as our opening gala." Meanwhile, on the movie itself, Kosslick stated, "Martin Scorsese has captured the pure essence of an iconic band on the big screen."
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Actor Brad Renfro Found Dead at a Los Angeles Apartment


January 16, 2008 02:44:56 GMT


Actor Brad Renfro is dead.

The 25-years-old film star was found dead at a Los Angeles apartment on Tuesday morning, January 15 where he spent the night before with friends.
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Gwyneth Paltrow Admitted to New York's Mount Sinai Hospital for Reasons Unknown

January 16, 2008 02:25:50 GMT


Gwyneth Paltrow was in and then out of a hospital. The actress was admitted to New York's Mount Sinai Hospital Monday afternoon, January 14 for reasons unknown.

The mother of two was accompanied by her husband, Coldplay's Chris Martin, and the couple checked out the following day Tuesday, January 15.
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Grammy Awards in Jeopardy, CEO Seeks Waiver from WGA

January 16, 2008 02:24:09 GMT


The Writers Guild of America ongoing strike is in great possibility to take effect at 50th Grammy Awards ceremony which is due February 10. The latest development regarding this issue is a waiver sent by the event's producers for the president of WGA, Patric Verrone.

In a statement, Neil Portnow, President of The Recording Academy that owns the awards said, "Today the producers of the 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards requested an interim agreement from the WGA for the telecast on February 10. The Recording Academy remains hopeful that there will be a quick and positive response."
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'Harold and Kumar' Sequel Heads to 2008 SXSW Film Festival

January 16, 2008 02:06:10 GMT


Expected to hit theaters on April 4, "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay" will be previewed sooner as the comedy film is heading to South by Southwest film festival. According to reports, the film directed by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg has joined the line-up of film to be screened at SXSW Film 2008.

The sequel of "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" is among other films showing on the festival scheduled for March 7 to 11. Among the films are a documentary about the Texas town where President Bush has his ranch "Crawford", a film about a Michael Jackson impersonator who befriends a Marilyn Monroe impersonator "Mister Lonely", and a look at the 1999 WTO demonstrations in Seattle through a variety of perspectives "Battle in Seattle".
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Zac Efron Underwent Emergency Surgery to Remove His Appendix


January 16, 2008 01:58:24 GMT


Zac Efron was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Tuesday, January 15, it has been reported.

The High School Musical star was taken to the LA hospital to undergo an emergency appendectomy.
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Video Premiere: Kid Rock's 'Amen'

January 15, 2008 09:24:44 GMT


The second single from Kid Rock's 'Rock N Roll Jesus' album has got its music video premiered. The track 'Amen', self-proclaimed to be one of the best pieces he had written, concerns humanity subjects such as war, politics, poverty and even hypocrite inside religions.

The video thus is made in line to the subjects with scenes of African people, funeral after war, strike on race issues and many more. Photographer David Tunnley who had won a Pulitzer Prize reportedly sat as the director of the clip.
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'Diving Bell' Gathered Nod at 19th PGA Awards

January 15, 2008 09:15:51 GMT


On the announcement of the 19th PGA Awards' nominations made on Monday, January 14, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" becomes the only foreign language film to be nominated for the Producers Guild of America's top feature film awards. The film produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Jon Kilik receives nod for the Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures.

Under the category, the French-American film will be facing strong contenders, the crime tale "No Country for Old Men" and the historical epic "There Will Be Blood". Aside from the two film critics' favorites, it also has to be up against the teen-pregnancy comedy "Juno" and the legal drama "Michael Clayton".
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Video Premiere: DAUGHTRY's 'Feels Like Tonight'

January 15, 2008 08:55:04 GMT


DAUGHTRY are still spawning singles from their highly-successful debut album. The rock band have just premiered the music video for ballad 'Feels Like Tonight', the sixth from the self-titled album.

The music video that was debuted by Amazon.com on Monday, January 14 was directed by Martin Weisz that previously helmed the film 'The Hills Have Eyes II'. Beside sitting for films, Weisz had also directed many music videos such as P. Diddy's 'PE2000', Korn's 'Somebody Someone' and Meat Loaf's 'Did I Say That'.
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Will Smith's Son Landed a Role in Thriller Movie


January 15, 2008 08:18:40 GMT


Following his father's footstep of being an actor, Will Smith's 9-year-old son, Jaden Smith has landed himself a part in the 20th Century Fox's "The Day the Earth Stood Still". Though the speculation of him starring in the sci-fi thriller remake has broken out earlier, Hollywood Reporter has just given out the confirmation.

According to the site, the young star in "The Pursuit of Happyness", in which he played opposite his father, will be playing Jacob, the rebellious 8-year-old son of scientist Helen Benson who first makes contact with a humanoid alien Klaatu. Smith will also be joining the star studded cast consisting of Jennifer Connelly, Keanu Reeves, Kathy Bates and the Golden Globe winner Jon Hamm.
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Eagles to Kick Off World Tour With London Residency

January 15, 2008 07:47:33 GMT


Eagles will soon begin their world tour to support 'Long Road Out of Eden' at O2. The rock band have announced a residency at the London stadium for four nights.

The first date would be March 20, followed by 22, 23, and 26. Tickets for these four shows will go on-sale on Friday, January 18 with price ranging from 70 to 110 pounds via Ticketmaster. The world tour will also take them to U.S., Australia and other U.K. territories with dates expected to be announced soon.
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Ellen Page Cast in Drew Barrymore's Directorial Project?


January 15, 2008 07:41:31 GMT


The pregnant teenager in "Juno", Ellen Page, reportedly is being cast in Drew Barrymore's directorial debut project "Whip It!". The rumor broke out following FilmSchoolRejects' e-mail interview with Shauna Cross, the author of the novel 'Derby Girl' that is adapted into the film.

When asked about the casting, the author/screenwriter hinted that the Kitty Pryde in "X-Men: The Last Stand" is one of the actresses to play in the film. FilmSchoolRejects noted her answer writing, "Rumor is the lead could be played by an actress whose name rhymes with 'Shmellen Shmage.' (Translates to: Ellen Page?) But what do I know? I'm just the writer."
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Kate Bosworth Is the New Face for Calvin Klein Jeans Spring/Summer 2008

January 15, 2008 07:04:05 GMT


First starred in Calvin Klein advertisements back in 1992, Kate Bosworth has just been revealed as the new face of the denim giant for its Spring/Summer 2008 collection.

The movie beauty, became well known with a leading role in the 2002 flick "Blue Crush" and has since then appeared in several notable films, is featured in black and white ad campaigns that see her dons a metallic trench coat and white jeans from the famous range. She was photographed by David Sims, the man behind the shots of the current Fall CK Jeans ads with British musician Jamie Burke and model Lara Stone.
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'The Man of Steel' Grounded?

January 15, 2008 06:48:39 GMT


Rumored of being left by its director Bryan Singer, the sequel of "Superman Returns" is hit with another speculation. Movie Web reported that "Superman: The Man of Steel" is likely to be put on hold for an indefinite time possibly due to the WGA strike and disappointing returns of "Returns".

Further, according to Variety, the action adventure film was losing its writers as the screenwriters for "Returns", Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris, have chosen not to be involved in the franchise film. Allegedly, all of the problems accumulated to the pushing back of release date from 2009 to 2010.
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