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A Massachusetts Judge Issued Another Arrest Warrant for Bobby Brown

October 03, 2006 02:52:46 GMT

Being Bobby Brown isn't easy at all. The performer has to face a very difficult times these days. Amidst his legal divorce with wife Whitney Houston, he also is being granted an arrest warrant on Monday October 2nd by a Massachusetts judge. This makes his days even worse.

Judge Paula Carey ordering Brown to be arrested if he steps foot in the state after the star skipped a court hearing over child-support payments to Kim Ward, the mother of his two teenaged children, La Princia and Bobby Jr.. Explaining her client's absence in court, Brown's lawyer, Phaedra Parks, told the judge it was a "very difficult time" for Brown concerning his divorce from Houston.
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The Weinstein Co.'s Upcoming Projects Unveiled

October 03, 2006 02:50:37 GMT

There will be much work to do at The Weinstein Company for few years ahead, really. The studio is currently busy dealing with some new film projects to be developed under its banner, Variety has revealed.

Included in the lineups are "Rain in Spain", "Solomon Grundy", "Untitled Rob Marshall Musical", "The Great Debaters", "The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency", and "Halloween", the movie remake of John Carpenter's 1978 work of the same title.
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Jennifer Lopez's New Movie and Music Album

October 03, 2006 02:23:58 GMT

Jennifer Lopez is getting busy these days. The singer-actress is having a new movie and a new album to be released in the coming months.

Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony are promoting their new movie "El Cantante", in which they star opposite one another. It is a drama flick which tells the Puerto Rican performer Hector Lavoe who started the salsa movement in 1975 and brought it to the United States.
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"A MARY MARY CHRISTMAS" in stores October 10

October 03, 2006 02:06:53 GMT

Grammy Award Winning R&B/Gospel Duo Mary Mary Combine Best Loved Traditional Carols & New Contemporary Gospel Christmas Music On Groundbreaking New Seasonal Album In Stores Tuesday, October 10.

Erica Campbell and Tina Campbell, the best-selling R&B/Gospel duo Mary Mary, are giving their fans "A Mary Mary Christmas," a brand-new spirit-filled album celebrating the Christmas holidays. "A Mary Mary Christmas" will be in stores Tuesday, October 10.
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Johnny Depp Snatches the Top Spot on AceShowbiz's Top 100 Celebrity Buzz of September 2006 Edition

October 02, 2006 10:42:31 GMT

Looks like Johnny Depp's charisma has grown stronger. Known for his brilliant acting flair and captivating look, the striking actor has really won numerous favors this time to claim the no.1 slot on AceShowbiz's Top 100 Celebrity Buzz of September Edition, replacing Channing Tatum who now has to go one step down as the runner-up of the list.

Coming up to the third and fourth position are popular music artists Shakira and Chris Brown, both delightfully escalating a few notches from their last month positions followed by another young singing talent Jesse McCartney on number five. What's interesting here is that the "Beautiful Soul" singer previously was placed far below on the #60, so this certainly is such a great leap for this New Yorker to make.
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Oliver Stone Witnesses "World" Domination

October 02, 2006 10:02:04 GMT

World Trade Center picture
Finally Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" can hit it high. After circulating for some time, the feature at last made its way to top weekend international box-office ended October 1, 2006, according to studio estimates.

Propelled by muscular openings in nine territories plus a worldwide promotion tour, "World" wonderfully takes down $12.3 million in 20 markets, the biggest one coming from U.K where it draws in $3 million.
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Andrzej Bartkowiak to Paint the Screen "Black and Blue"

October 02, 2006 09:26:20 GMT

After a series of action flicks, it's now time for Andrzej Bartkowiak to make a slightly different film project. The Polish director is currently engaged in negotiations to helm a thriller feature entitled "Black and Blue", so The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.

A production of Emmett/Furla Films, the picture centers on a Boston detective who tries to put an end to an escalating drug war between an old-school Irish mob boss and a group of young thugs only to learn that some of his family members might be involved. Jimmy Cummings and Brad Sohn are attached to pen the script while Emmett/Furla's M. Dal Walton III is set to executive produce along with Dorothy Aufiero.
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Greg Coolidge Running After the "Coxblocker"

October 02, 2006 08:59:59 GMT

Fresh from helming "Employee of the Month", Greg Coolidge has already got another directing job to do. Production Weekly reported that the New Jersey-born filmmaker has been assigned to direct "Coxblocker", a comedic feature of Paramount Pictures production.

Toplined by Seann William Scott and Topher Grace, the project presents a premise of a new couple whose relationship is often interrupted by the woman's former boyfriend. Scott is billed to play the menacing ex while Grace will portray the woman's new beau.
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Weekend U.S Box Office of Sept 29-Oct 1, 2006

October 02, 2006 04:18:18 GMT

Open Season picture
The glory of animation is back, thanks to "Open Season." Striving high with $23 million it has collected after opening on Friday, September 29, the flick delightfully has claimed the top position for weekend box office ended October 1, 2006, one notch above fellow newcomer "The Guardian."

Though failed to beat out the CG animated feature, the Touchstone Pictures production scores great enough on the chart as it managed to draw $18 million into its pocket, besting the last-week champ "Jackass: Number Two" which this time managed to generate another $14.6 million to make a total domestic gross of $52 million so far.
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Kylie Minogue Pens Her First Children's Book

October 02, 2006 03:26:56 GMT

Kylie Minogue has embarked on a new career as she launched her first children's book at the weekend, joining a long list of celebrities writing for the young. The 38-year-old pop sensation greeted about 250 fans at a bookstore in London, England, on Saturday, September 30th, signing books and talking to pre-teen girls who had gathered to see their idol.

The book, tentatively titled "The Showgirl Princess", was written during Minogue's recovery from breast cancer. It is about how the singer becomes a showgirl with the help of a dedicated group of friends. Several of the pictures inside, a photo-montage mixed with illustrations by artist Swan Park, were inspired by drawings sent to the singer by her young fans as she recovered in Paris.
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Oldest Hanson Brother, Isaac, Has Got Married

October 02, 2006 02:46:22 GMT

Isaac Hanson, the oldest member of music group Hanson, married his longtime girlfriend, Nicole duFresne, on Saturday September 30th, 2006 in Oklahoma.

Isaac, 25, and Nicole, 22, tied the knot in a traditional ceremony at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Hanson's hometown of Tulsa.
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Actress Amanda Peet Weds

October 02, 2006 02:19:32 GMT

Amanda Peet and her fiance, screenwriter David Benioff, tied the knot Saturday Sept 30th, 2006 in New York. The couple announced two weeks earlier that they are expecting their first child together.

Peet and Benioff exchanged vows in a ceremony held at the Friends Seminary, a Quaker school founded in 1786 which also is the actress alma mater. The pair then went to Chelsea Art Museum for a reception.
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Three Attached to "Tender Hook"

September 30, 2006 06:55:43 GMT

Tender Hook, The picture
Lining up to share scenes together, Radha Mitchell, Ray Winstone, and Matt Le Nevez are ready to highlight an indie drama mystery entitled "The Tender Hook", Production Weekly has revealed.

Slated to start filming in Sydney by early 2007, pic revolves around a young woman who struggles to rise to the apex of a love/power triangle in the world of boxing. Jonathan Ogilvie is set to direct as well as write the screenplay.
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Revision on the U.S. Pop Album Charts for the Week Ended September 24th

September 30, 2006 06:25:53 GMT

Nielsen SoundScan has just released a revision on its data concerning report sales on the US pop album charts for the week ended Sunday Sept 24. The company's previous data, released Wednesday Sept 27th, is said to contain what it called as "anomalies," because an unidentified retailer was unable to report sales for the period.

And this just in, the latest 10 figure on the album charts. No. 1 is still Justin Timberlake with his second solo effort "FutureSex/LoveSounds" sold 228,000 units last week, up from the 217,000 originally reported. On the 2nd rank is Clay Aiken's "A Thousand Different Ways", taking in 211,000 units, up from 205,000. Stacy Ferguson's "The Dutchess" opens at No. 3 with 158,000 copies.
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Alicia Keys to Guest Voice in "The Backyardigans" Series

September 30, 2006 05:56:12 GMT

Grammy-award winning Alicia Keys invading the small screen. The singer will guest star in a special episode of Nick, Jr.'s cartoon "The Backyardigans" premiering Oct. 9 at 10:30 a.m. (ET/PT).

Keys is set to star as the animated "Mommy Martian" along with her niece Shakyra Lipscomb, who plays baby "Martian Boinga", on an episode titled "Mission to Mars." On top of that, Keys will also contribute the original song "Almost Everything Is Boinga Here" to the episode.
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