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Video Premiere: Janet Jackson's 'Feedback'

January 09, 2008 01:57:34 GMT

Following a sneak peak of Janet Jackson's highly-anticipated video clip for 'Feedback', the full length has been premiered on BET and Yahoo! Music yesterday (January 8).

The clip is the first from her upcoming album 'Discipline' which will be dropped February 26 through Island Def Jam. The song itself is a Rodney Jerkins-produced which is made the first single pulled from the tenth studio album.
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Sam Raimi Developing Burst

January 08, 2008 09:47:19 GMT

Words are circulating that Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert's Ghost House Pictures are re-teaming with Mandate Pictures once again. According to ShockTillYouDrop.com, the trio are involved in developing another horror movie "Burst".

Though only a few details has been shared, it was said that Ghost House and Mandate are now seeking for a director to helm the new project. Further, the movie will tell about an isolated town that endures an alien invasion during a severe snowstorm causing the victims to spontaneously burn.
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Detective Vic Mackey Joins Eagle Eye

January 08, 2008 09:10:10 GMT

The star of Emmy-nominated television series "The Shield", Michael Chiklis, has joined the cast of "Eagle Eye". Hollywood Reporter reported that in the movie produced by DreamWorks, the actor in superhero flick "Fantastic Four" will play the U.S. secretary of defense.

As the latest member to join the cast, it means that the father of two will star alongside Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson and Billy Bob Thornton as well as other cast members. Meanwhile, Chiklis' credits also include "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" and "The Legend of Secret Pass".
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Jennifer Aniston Desperately Looking for a Sperm Donor to Help Her Conceives a Child

January 08, 2008 08:47:48 GMT

Is desperately wanting to have baby, Jennifer Aniston is said to have been considering another option besides adoption that is having a sperm donor.

The actress, who's been not so lucky in her love relationship following her divorce with actor husband Brad Pitt, has reportedly told best pal Courteney Cox that she wants one of her male friends to help her conceives a child.
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The Black Crowes to Perform New Album in One-Off Gigs

January 08, 2008 08:43:41 GMT

The Black Crowes will try out their new album, 'Warpaint', in a series of one-off gigs in U.S. The rock band which is fronted by Chris Robinson, also revealed that they will play several songs from their back catalog and "select surprises".

The 8-dates jaunt will kick off March 2 in New Jersey and visit other cities like New York, Boston, Chicago, San Fransisco and Los Angeles before heading to Australia and Europe. The trek in U.S. includes a March 15 gig in Austin, Texas which is part of South by Southwest festival (SxSW).
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Skeet Ulrich to Star in Armored

January 08, 2008 08:41:25 GMT

Spending the past few years starring in television series, Skeet Ulrich is said to be returning to the big screen. According to Hollywood Reporter, the 'Jake Green' actor in CBS's drama "Jericho" has been cast in Screen Gems' new project "Armored".

In the drama thriller film directed by Nimrod Antal, the 37-year-old actor will portray Dobbs, a scruffy member of an armored truck company team who plans to rob a truck that carries $10 million. He will star alongside Matt Dillon, Columbus Short, Laurence Fishburne, Jean Reno and Fred Ward.
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Sequel to Webbie's 'Savage Life' Coming in February

January 08, 2008 08:09:44 GMT

Baton Rouge rapper Webbie will drop the sequel to his 2005 debut album 'Savage Life' that went gold in U.S. His new album is titled 'Savage Life 2' and will be released via Trill Entertainment on February 26.

Its first single 'Independent' feat. Lil Phat and Lil Boosie had been released on the radio late last year and had since peaked on Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number 11. Its music video has been premiered on BET in December, featuring the direction from Chris Comeaux.
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Chicken Run's Writer Directing The Best a Man Can Get

January 08, 2008 08:07:14 GMT

John O'Farrell novel "The Best a Man Can Get" will be adapted to the big screen by Paramount Pictures. According to Variety, the studio will develop the comedic project helped by Karey Kirkpatrick.

The multi-talented writer is said to be the movie's director, producer as well as writer. In penning the script, he will be assisted by O'Farrell, while he will be accompanied by Kathleen Kennedy in the producers' seat. Further, Kirkpatrick is credited for his writing scripts, including "Chicken Run", "Charlotte's Web", "James and the Giant Peach" and "The Spiderwick Chronicles". Previously, he directed an animated feature, "Over the Hedge", and has just finished "NowhereLand", another Paramount's comedy film starring Eddie Murphy.
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Norah Jones Has Split from Longterm Boyfriend Lee Alexander

January 08, 2008 07:58:23 GMT

Norah Jones is back on the single market again after her longterm relationship with boyfriend Lee Alexander ended.

The songbird and occasional actress has been dating Lee, The Little Willies bassist, for years, reportedly since 1999. The couple, unfortunately, broke up during the Festive Season.
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British Actress Samantha Morton Gave Birth to a Baby Girl

January 08, 2008 07:31:19 GMT

Academy Award-nominated English actress Samantha Morton and her fiance Harry Holm have welcomed a baby girl, it has been confirmed.

The newborn baby, who has not yet been named, was born in an undisclosed London hospital in the early hours of Friday, January 4.
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'So Beautiful', New Song From Donnie of Making the Band 4

January 08, 2008 07:17:30 GMT

A new material from Donnie of Making the Band 4 has been leaked to the Internet following the leaking of a song snippet from the reality show's winner earlier this week.

A mid-tempo song, in snippet also, titled 'So Beautiful' allegedly belongs to the singer who is set to make his debut album. The new season of Making the Band 4 that will air January 28 on MTV will determine which among him, Danity Kane or the winning band, will get to release their album first.
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Ranger's Apprentice May Have Paul Haggis as Helmer

January 08, 2008 07:12:51 GMT

United Artists has bought the film rights to children's literature series "Ranger's Apprentice". According to Hollywood Reporter, the studio has paid seven figures to option the rights over the fantasy series written by an Australian author, John Flanagan.

Further, it was reported that the studio is approaching the Academy Award winning writer of "Crash", Paul Haggis, to adapt and direct the first film of the series. Allegedly, the first film will be made based on the first of seven books, The Ruins of Gorlan which was being published in the United States in 2005.
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Pharrell Williams Teams Up with Louis Vuitton for a New Line of Jewelry

January 08, 2008 06:41:33 GMT

First teamed up with Louis Vuitton in 2004 to create the "Millionaire" line of sunglasses for the French fashion company alongside "A Bathing Ape" creator Nigo, Pharrell Williams has once again teamed up with the fashion giant to create a new line of jewelry called Blason, which actually is the symbol of a dynasty, synonymous with a coat of arms and originates from French Heraldry.

Fashion Week Daily is reporting that Louis Vuitton will unveil the new collection of fine jewelry, designed in collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Camille Miceli, the Vuitton creative consultant who now designs jewelry for the brand and handles Marc Jacobs' personal public relations, during the upcoming Paris couture shows in late January.
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Coldplay to Wave EMI a Goodbye?

January 08, 2008 06:35:27 GMT

The trend set by Radiohead to independently release one's album is spreading quickly. Reports are circling around that Coldplay will walk away from EMI just like the band and Paul McCartney.

An insider revealed that the Chris Martin -fronted band feels that they "don't necessarily need a label" after they release the follow up to 'X&Y' and will take time to think about re-signing to EMI.
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13th Critics' Choice Awards Hailed No Country 2007 Best Film

January 08, 2008 06:10:19 GMT

Once again "No Country for Old Men" walked away from 13th annual Critics' Choice Awards ceremony with multiple prizes. On Monday, January 7, 2008 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, the adapted drama about a killer who cuts a path of destruction across Texas was hailed as the 2007 Best Picture by the Broadcast Film Critics Association beating out other strong nominees, including "There Will Be Blood" and "Into the Wild".

Besides nailing the much wanted top honor, the Miramax Films' project also brought home kudos for its director, Ethan and Joel Coen, and its actor, Javier Bardem. The three men received prizes of Best Director and Best Supporting Actor respectively. In winning the award, the Coen brothers outshone Tim Burton for "Sweeney Todd", Sean Penn for "Into the Wild" among others, while Bardem triumphed over four other nominees, including Casey Affleck for "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" and Philip Seymour Hoffman for "Charlie Wilson's War".
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