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Lionel Richie, His First Comment on Nicole Richie's DUI Sentence and Pregnancy

August 04, 2007 01:57:20 GMT


DUI sentence and pregnancy. Poppa Lionel Richie is breaking his silence over the many issues surrounding his daughter Nicole Richie. In the first ever comment he made since the reality TV star was sentenced to four days in jail and publicly announced her pregnancy, the R&B and soul singer simply says that his 25-years-old daughter has "made some mistakes in her life," but that he raised her to take responsibility for her behavior.

"She has not blamed others for her problems and is growing up very quickly, albeit in the heat of the media spotlight," the 58-year-old man told Usmagazine.com. "My father taught me to stand straight and take whatever punishment or hardships were the result of my own actions, and I am proud that I was able to hand that philosophy down to my daughter."
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Lionsgate Taps Gabriel Macht to Be The Spirit Lead

August 03, 2007 09:59:04 GMT


Finally the search for male lead in "The Spirit" is concluded now that Lionsgate Films and director Frank Miller have found the appropriate one to assume the role, who turns out to be Gabriel Macht, fresh from Michael Lehmann-directed "Because I Said So."

Macht will then assume the role of the titular character, described as a man who has faked his own death so he can battle crime from the shadows of Central City. The Bronx-born actor landed the part after making his way to impress the filmmakers in the audition for the flick, which Miller insisted to carry out in looking for actor to play the role.
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Sam Raimi Up for Director's Chair in Clash of the Titans?

August 03, 2007 09:57:36 GMT


Seems someone has already been eyed to take directing reins on Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures' mythology flick "Clash of the Titans." IESB.net has come up with a very interesting tidbit from its sources claiming the two film companies are keen to have Sam Raimi as the director of the project, a remake of Desmond Davis' 1981 cult classic of the same name.

The site further informed that the "Spider-Man" trilogy helmer so far is the only one being tipped for the position while also pointing out that Warner Bros. may have offered him everything "under the sun" as the studio is willing to do anything to lock the man into a multi-picture deal.
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50 Cent's 'Ayo Technology' Music Video Online!


August 03, 2007 09:47:44 GMT


50 Cent's music video on 'Ayo Technology' has leaked online. The song that is done with Justin Timberlake has been circulating video web sharing on August 2, the same day BET getting the right to its premiere.

The rapper had to travel to London last month with Justin and Timbaland to do the video shooting. "The technology portion of the song is definitely in the music video," 50 told MTV of the set. "There's things that are going to be in it that you aren't actually seeing while we're shooting it right now. And so after they get it, they'll go in post [production] and start adding effects to it, it'll turn into a whole other thing. But it's exciting."
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Carrie Underwood's First Single from 2nd Album

August 03, 2007 09:24:41 GMT


Carrie Underwood has released the lead single of her highly-anticipated sophomore album. 'So Small' was released on July 31 both on CD single format and digital download.

She described the song as a 'feeling' on "how people invest so much of their time and energy into things that aren't really important, and you don't really realize that until it's too late. We're all guilty of it, as I know I am, of just letting silly things get in the way. The smallest thing can almost ruin my day, and at some point, I realize, 'Good gracious, Carrie! What are you doing?' I have a great life, and we need to remember the things that are truly important."
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Jennifer Aniston Signed for Management

August 03, 2007 09:21:42 GMT


Landing a new stint for her film resume, Jennifer Aniston has struck deals to topline a romantic comedy titled "Management", which Sidney Kimmel is financing through his eponymous production company for MGM to distribute.

Set to act opposite "Sahara" star Steve Zahn, the beauty is reported to become a traveling saleswoman who sells cheap art to small companies and motels. Things go beyond her expectations when she gets pursued all over the States by an an aimless, underachieving assistant motel manager, played by Zahn, whom she has a fling with at one of her stops.
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New National Treasure: Book of Secrets Trailer Goes Online

August 03, 2007 08:34:39 GMT


Providing next look on the upcoming movie, Walt Disney Pictures has put online a new trailer for "National Treasure: Book of Secrets", which the studio previously premiered during its panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

Just like most trailers these days, the clip, placed on Apple.com, is available in HD format besides those in high, medium, and low resolution, in the meantime giving the viewers a lot more hints about the plot of the action adventure.
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Akon Re-Issuing 'Konvicted' with Charting Single

August 03, 2007 08:20:57 GMT


Akon, already gaining 2.6 million sales, is fattening his second album "Konvicted" with bonus tracks and a DVD. Details have come up on this special edition that will be put on shelves August 28 through Konvict/Upfront/SRC/Universal Motown.

The album will now contain a Rush Hour 3 soundtrack featuring Kardinal Offishall aptly called "Rush", a yet-untitled new song and "Sorry, Blame It on Me". The latest being the song he wrote following the controversy that he performed a graphic sex scene with an underage girl in a Trinidad concert.
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Michelle Rodriguez and Stephen Lang Added to Avatar

August 03, 2007 07:50:48 GMT


Landing feet as the latest additions in the cast lineup, Michelle Rodriguez and Stephen Lang have both been picked up to fill in the remaining roles in James Cameron's ambitious performance-capture flick "Avatar", Variety has revealed.

A $190 million hybrid of live action and animation produced under 20th Century Fox, pic centers on a wounded ex-marine assigned to settle and exploit an exotic planet rich in bio-diversity who eventually crosses over to lead the indigenous race in a battle for survival. Lang is informed to play a seasoned Marine Corps colonel who travels to the planet to take charge of its troops while Rodriguez will portray an ex-Marine pilot.
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Stevie Wonder Back Touring Again

August 03, 2007 07:43:23 GMT


Stevie Wonder is finally back on road again after stop touring in 1986. The pop singer is launching a U.S. tour that will begin in San Diego's Humphrey's Concert on August 23.

The singer who had hinted this tour earlier this week, revealed the details of the trek at a news conference in business district of Century City. Not making the conference short, Stevie treated audience with a number of songs , including "My Cherie Amour" and "Higher Ground".
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Scarlett Johansson Recording Her Debut Album

August 03, 2007 07:09:17 GMT


Scarlett Johansson who holds a passion on singing is reported getting serious on her music career. Talks are rife that TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek is to produce the actress' debut album with members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Celebration chipping in as collaborators.

Not only does her voice is considered on the same level to the late Marilyn Monroe but it is also predicted to earn her a Grammy, said Dockside studio owner Steve Nails. She has been spending over a month in a Louisiana studio to work on the material.
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Oh No, Rush Hour 3 Really Gets Banned in China

August 03, 2007 06:56:18 GMT


Heavy rumors about "Rush Hour 3" getting barred from China's theaters sadly turned out to be a nightmare-comes-true for all fans of Jackie Chan in the country.

Daily Variety has obtained information from China's powerful state-run Film Bureau that permission for the movie's launch on the mainland had been withheld for commercial reason, which the entertainment paper perceived as 'a surprising justification' if looking on the box office successes the previous two installments made in China.
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Gwen Stefani Makes Adjustment for Malaysian Concert

August 03, 2007 06:34:49 GMT


Gwen Stefani has taken a diplomatic step responding to a group of conservative Muslim students in Malaysia that protested against her "obscene" attire. She took the core of the problem and decided not to wear revealing costumes for her concert.

Maxis Communications Bhd. that serves as the event organizer said, "Gwen Stefani has confirmed that her concert will not feature any revealing costumes. She will abide by the Malaysian authorities' guidelines to ensure that her show will not be offensive to local sensitivities."
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Tonic Frontman Goes Solo with 'Cigarettes and Gasoline'

August 03, 2007 06:08:35 GMT


Pop rock singer Emerson Hart is being celebrated for his debut solo album 'Cigarettes and Gasoline'. Lead single 'If You're Gonna Leave Me' from the CD that was released on July 17 has received huge airwaves on radios and hit #25 on AC Radio charts.

Emerson is to be known as the ex-frontman of post-grunge band Tonic. “Millions of people are already familiar with Emerson’s poignant lyrics, smart songcraft, and evocative voice," Manhattan Records GM Ian Ralfinicomments said. "When they hear his new music, they’ll know that he is on the verge of a significant new chapter in an already-illustrious career. I’m proud that he is joining the Manhattan artist roster.”
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Universal Adapting Daniel Silva's Spy Novel The Messenger


August 03, 2007 04:38:57 GMT


Set to launch another spy franchise after the "Bourne" series, Universal Pictures has obtained screen rights to a seven-book series of bestselling spy novels by Daniel Silva and is aiming to make "The Messenger", adapted from the author's 2006 work, as a possible first film.

In working on the goal, the studio has already assigned Pierre Morel to assume directing duties with Mark Gordon and Josh McLaughlin both producing via the Mark Gordon Co. Morrel, who marked his feature directorial debut in action sci-fi "District B13", just wrapped up filming on "Taken", a thriller about a former spy who dusts off his old skills after his daughter is kidnapped and sold into the slave trade.
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