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"Perfume" Swept Lolas in Technical Slots

May 05, 2007 04:59:22 GMT

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Nominated for eight categories at the 57th annual German Film Awards, also known as the Lolas, gothic thriller "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" delightfully collected most honors as the prestigious ceremony took place yesterday night, May 4, at Berlin's Palais am Funkturm.

Being triumphant in technical categories, the picture garnered trophies for Best Cinematography also Best Editing as well as Best Set, Costume, and Sound Design. Though so, the movie failed to win helmer Tom Tykwer the Best Director title, which was eventually nabbed by Marcus H. Rosenmueller for "Grave Decisions."
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Oscar De La Hoya Signs on for the Next Season of "Dancing with the Stars"?!

May 05, 2007 04:51:55 GMT

The "Golden Boy" wants to test his dancing skill. Oscar De La Hoya reportedly has signed on for the next season of "Dancing with the Stars."

His willingness to join the show is said came up upon watching fellow boxers Evander Holyfield and Laila Ali showed off their skills on the TV contest.
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USC Honored Clint Eastwood with Its Honorary Alumni Award

May 05, 2007 04:28:47 GMT

The University of Southern California has picked Clint Eastwood as the recipient of its first Honorary Alumni Award.

The iconic American actor and Academy Award-winning film director and film producer is slated to receive the honor next week, the same day he collects his honorary doctorate from the top college.
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"Indy 4" Script Counts Sean Connery's Character In

May 05, 2007 04:21:47 GMT

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Up for now, there is still no sign of veteran actor Sean Connery giving his nod to be cast in "Fourth Installment of the Indiana Jones Adventures" yet it appears that his character, Professor Henry Jones, has been submitted into the flick's screenplay instead.

Confirmed the inclusion is the movie's executive producer George Lucas as he received an honor from the San Francisco Film Society on Thursday, May 3.
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Kate Moss Is Now on Display in a Series of Sculptures

May 05, 2007 03:39:12 GMT

First it was mannequin, and now sculptures. Kate Moss has been the subject of a bronze sculpture series, "Sphinx," by artist Marc Quinn.

The supermodel was used in a bronze display at the "Mary Boone Gallery" in New York City. Quinn unveiled seven new bronze sculptures of the supermodel in various yoga poses, which are claimed to show the beauty as "a knotted Venus of our age."
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New "Shrek the Third" Trailer Strikes the Web

May 05, 2007 03:36:37 GMT

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The coming of "Shrek the Third" is only within two weeks yet it does not mean that there is no new look for fans to take a sneak peek at.

Yes, in counting the days to the release of the highly-anticipated animated flick, a new trailer has been exclusively posted online at Moviefone in High Definition. Apart from the clip, the site also provides character guide and previous trailers of the movie as well as funny games that the visitors can play.
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Contrary to Death Rumor, Jay-Z Is Alive and Well

May 05, 2007 03:10:24 GMT

Everyone can take a sigh now that representative from Def Jam has put to rest a rumor claims Jay-Z had been killed in plane crash in North Carolina, while flying to Las Vegas for this weekend's big fight.

Rumors are swirling early Friday May 4th that Jay-Z was in a plane crash while he was heading to watch the Oscar De La Hoya/ Floyd Mayweather Jr. boxing fight in Las Vegas this weekend. It is said that his plane crashed near Asheville, North Carolina in the Smoky Mountains.
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Paul McCartney Snatched Classical BRIT Award

May 05, 2007 03:07:20 GMT

In the competition for 2007 Classical BRIT Best Album, a record commemorating late wife has stolen classical fans endorsement. Paul McCartney's "Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart)" won out of nominees like Sting, Katherine Jenkins, Alfie Boe and Bryn Terfel.

McCartney wrote the fourth classical album when his wife Linda McCartney was in the battle of breast cancer. The project came to a two-years halt for he decided to direct his attention to Linda. When she passed away in 1998, McCartney geared it up until its release in 2006.
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Trio Enters "The Ruins"

May 05, 2007 02:50:23 GMT

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Making a follow-up to the inclusion of Jonathan Tucker, filmmakers of "The Ruins" have added three more talents namely Laura Ramsey, Jena Malone, and Shawn Ashmore to accompany the "Pulse" star in the cast lineup, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on the Scott B. Smith best-selling novel, the thriller horror concerns a group of friends whose leisurely Mexican holiday takes a turn for the worse when they join a remote archaeological dig in the jungle, where something evil lives among the ruins. Tucker has already been billed to play a guy named Jeff who persuades the group to come along.
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Rapper Eve Charged with DUI

May 05, 2007 02:45:09 GMT

It's official. Eve has been charged with driving under the influence, stemming from a late night car accident in Los Angeles last week.

The rapper was charged Friday May 4th with driving under the influence, driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or above, and failure to provide proof of insurance.
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A Judge Sentenced Paris Hilton to 45 Days in County Jail

May 05, 2007 01:59:15 GMT

Paris Hilton was sentenced to 45 days in jail. That's hot.

A Los Angeles judge sentenced the hotel heiress to 45 days in county jail Friday May 4th for violating her probation. The socialite must start her sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility on June 5th or else serve a 90-day jail term.
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Madonna Rejects Diana Concert

May 04, 2007 09:53:34 GMT

While many artists saying yes to commemorate Princess Diana in her memorial concert, Madonna said otherwise. She had to let go the chance to perform due to commitment in Live Earth.

Composer expert Andrew Lloyd Webber tried to talk her into joining the concert by reprising her role as Evita Peron. She immediately rejected it since she realized it would consume her rehearsal time for Live Earth.
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John Malkovich to "Burn" All into Ashes

May 04, 2007 09:46:31 GMT

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Being ambitious in making the project as a real high-profile feature, filmmakers of "Burn After Reading" is holding negotiations with John Malkovich to get him joined the likes of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Frances McDormand in the dark screwball comedy.

If both sides finally reach an agreement, Malkovich will likely assume the lead role of Ozzie Cox, a former CIA agent who loses the disc of the memoir he is writing. As for McDormand and Clooney, the two have already been billed to portray Cox's philandering wife and an assassin, respectively, while what role Pitt will play is still unclear.
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Keith Urban Pulled a Show After Throat Problem

May 04, 2007 09:31:32 GMT

Australian singer Keith Urban has to postpone the date in Manchester, England after his throat was making trouble. Doctor diagnosed him as having a throat infection and quickly ordered him to rest in bed.

The country star was supposed to hold a show in Manchester on April 28. According to a note posted in his official website, he will make up the date when he visit the city again in October for a concert.
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Jessica Simpson Is a "Major Movie Star"

May 04, 2007 09:15:55 GMT

Undaunted by the critics' negative reviews in her latest starring vehicle of "Employee of the Month", Jessica Simpson is landing her next acting stint in a comedic feature entitled "Major Movie Star."

Representative of the beauty told PEOPLE that the pop sensation would topline the project as the titular character, a down-on-her-luck actress who enlists in the Marines.
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