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The Fall and Alcohol Battle Holds The Rolling Stones Back Not!

June 17, 2006 07:43:10 GMT


The legendary rock band, The Rolling Stones, is confirmed to start their postponed "A Bigger Bang" tour on July 11th in Milan, Italy. This confirmation is a relief for the fans after the head injury Keith Richards got during his vacation in Fiji, and Ron Wood's alcohol-addiction.

The guitarist, Ron "Ronnie" was reported to enter the rehab clinic in South London early this week. Although the Stones' publicist, Fran Curtis, said Wood does need some breaks, he is positively ready to continue the band's European Tour.
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Is the Third Child on the Way for Nicole Kidman?

June 17, 2006 07:12:56 GMT


There has been a recently surprising rumor on Keith Urban's lovely fiancee, the Oscar-winning star, Nicole Kidman. After her decision to hold back Catholicism for her upcoming nuptials, her belly-language shows some indication that she might be expecting a new baby.

This indication came up to the surface after an eyewitness saw her going to a yoga class in the afternoon, on the same day of her faith-returning decision, with T-shirt and jeans, showing her unusual increasing belly and abdomen sizes. Those are very much on the contrary for her reputation of being perfectly slim and having perfect abdomen.
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Angelina Jolie's First Baby-Talk

June 17, 2006 06:55:51 GMT


The actress's rather large belly arises questions.

Here it comes, the Oscar-winning, new mummy gave her first U.S. TV interview since the two-month stay in Namibia for a memorable child delivery on May 27, 2006. Shiloh Nouvel's biological mother's interview is scheduled to broadcast on CNN's night news show, Anderson Cooper 360. Angelina Jolie had the talk taped in Los Angeles within this week, as CNN claimed last Friday.
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That Spears Considering A Namibian Birth, It's Not True

June 17, 2006 05:40:45 GMT


Issue follows where the star goes. That happens to Britney Spears who by now on gets struck over reports mentioning she's considering a Namibian birth for her next baby. This was strengthen by a statement released by Deputy Environment and Tourism Minister Leon Jooste who said officials had received an inquiry on behalf of the pop superstar with husband Kevin Federline.

"She has shown interest to come over to Namibia," Jooste said by telephone from a conference in neighboring South Africa. "Nothing has been confirmed yet, but there is a definite possibility of that happening." However, despite such publication, Spears' New York-based publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnik has in an e-mail to The Associated Press claimed the report as "Not true" while doesn't provide any further details.
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Feel the Recurrent Deaths in the Next Horror "The Deaths of Ian"!

June 17, 2006 04:58:42 GMT


The unique experience of having recurrent deaths has become the next Hollywood's horror mystery, entitled "The Deaths of Ian". This time, Star Winston Productions, driven by the famous makeup wonder-worker, Stan Winston, is ready to start producing in London, on the next July 2, 2006. The project will set the budget up to $10 million.

Meanwhile, the producer credit goes to Brian Gilbert and Ralph Camp, and Dario Piana is the director. The story of a slain American guy, who finds himself experiencing the death in every brand new day in a slightly different life and way, has Brendan Hood as the script writer and Mike Vogel (Christian in "Poseidon") plays the leading part.
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Tom Petty's New Recording Contract

June 17, 2006 04:28:19 GMT


Tom Petty and renowned producer Rick Rubin's American Recordings have both reached an agreement over a new recording contract which the American musician has signed. That being so, Petty will have his album "Highway Companion", his first solo album since 1994's Rick Rubin-produced "Wildflowers", released July 25.

The first single of the set, titled "Saving Grace," made its world premiere during ABC's telecast of the June 8 NBA Finals game between the Dallas Mavericks and the Miami Heat. The song can be streamed from Petty's Web site (http://www.tompetty.com) and will be available July 4 via digital download retailers.
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"Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties", A Completely Turn-Off?

June 17, 2006 04:17:00 GMT


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The bad spell upon the credibility of a sequel movie is haunting the famous orange, chubby-spoiled cat, "Garfield" in the recently released "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties". There have been some conclusions leading to the underperformance of the movie based on Jim Davis' annoying feline.

The accusation goes to its visually poor description, ridiculous and unconvincing story, complete with the unremarkable dialogues and the abundance forced sequences between the lazy furry creature and his two human friends (still, having Jennifer Love Hewitt and Breckin Meyer playing the roles). This movie is also called as an undeniably boring children movie, even if it is meant to be as one.
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No Charges for Supermodel Kate Moss Over Alleged Drug Use

June 17, 2006 03:40:20 GMT


Nine months after London's Daily Mirror published photos of Kate Moss allegedly using cocaine in a recording studio with then boyfriend Pete Doherty, Britain's Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) declared Thursday June 15th, 2006 that they are unable to pursue charges against the supermodel.

The Crown Prosecution Service said it had concluded that there was insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of convicting Moss. Thus, the beauty was questioned by police but not arrested.
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Alaska's Barrow, "30 Days of Night" Covered in Darkness

June 17, 2006 03:26:24 GMT


New Zealand is going to be the next-screenplay location, this time, depicting the gloomy dark town in Alaska, Barrow, in a new screenplay by Columbia Pictures, "30 Days of Night".

This new project is scheduled to start shooting in early August 2006, having Stuart Beattie and Brian Nelson write the script and David Slade in hand directing. "40 Days and 40 Nights" actor, Josh Hartnett is taking the role as the town's Sheriff, one of the only hopes for Barrow's inhabitants to get out from the inferno. Hartnett is still involved in the up-coming "Resurrecting the Champ" and planned to perform in "The Black Dahlia" after his last performance in "Lucky Number Slevin".
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Ruben Studdard Wins $2 Million Lawsuit

June 17, 2006 03:18:51 GMT


American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard reaps another victory as he's been awarded $2 million in his lawsuit against the ex-manager, Ronald W. Edwards, and Edwards's promotions company, Sez Inc. he claimed misappropriated more than $246,000 from him.

Jefferson County (Ala.) Circuit Judge Scott Vowell has on Thursday June 15, 2006 awarded the 2003 American Idol winner $500,000 for his actual losses and another $1.5 million in punitive damages in his suit, filed last year. According to the ruling, Edwards raided Ruben's checking and other bank accounts, improperly used his credit cards and even spent his money to repay a $10,000 bank loan.
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Forbes Magazine's List of Big-Time Moneymakers

June 17, 2006 02:51:28 GMT


Even after death, Elvis Presley is still "The King." Approvingly in a recent poll conducted by Forbes magazine on Big-Time Moneymaker, Elvis is ranked 1st with estate earned an estimated $52 million last year.

Meanwhile, the late Kurt Cobain is just behind at No.2. His estate earned about $50 million. Others on the list of dead celebrities with major earning power are Albert Einstein, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Monroe.
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More Actions to Come from Philip Seymour "Mission: Impossible 3" Hoffman!

June 17, 2006 02:23:12 GMT


Universal's new screenplay project, "Charlie Wilson's War", and Capitol Films up-coming's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" are not impossible missions for the last-seen-in- "Mission: Impossible 3" star, Philip Seymour Hoffman.

After having himself involved in an indie movie project "The Savages", Hoffman is ready to join Uma Thurman's former hubby, Ethan Hawke in the story of siblings trying to rob their own parents' jewelry store, "Before the Devils". The movie is going to take place in New York, together with other Hollywood stars, Albert Finney and "Loverboy" actress, Marisa Tomei. The producer is Michael Cerenzie, while Lumet, Kelly Masterson and Austin Chick will bear the credits as the scriptwriters.
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Alien's Star, Sigourney Weaver, in Her New Thriller

June 16, 2006 09:38:26 GMT


After her famous and claiming-fame role as Lieutenant Ripley in the 1979 "Alien", Sigourney Weaver is ready to show some actions in a new thriller by Columbia Pictures, "Vantage Point".

The movie itself is revealing the assassination attempt on the U.S. President, and having Pete Travis as the director and Barry Levy wrote the movie script. Meanwhile, Neal Moritz will collaborate with Tania Landau in the credits for the producer and executive producer.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Forbes Magazine's Annual List of the World's 100 Most Powerful Stars

June 16, 2006 08:50:12 GMT


Despite all the publication he's made during the year, Tom Cruise is still chosen as the top. The actor has on Thursday June 15th, 2006 reclaimed his No. 1 spot on Forbes magazine's annual list of the World's 100 Most Powerful Stars.

Speaking on Cruise choosing as the No. 1, the publication revealed it was the much on the "media onslaught" he drew for his pairing with actress Katie Holmes as it did to his "awesome" box office clout, that made Cruise deserves the position.
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Country Weekly's Top 10 Sexiest Male Country Artists


June 16, 2006 08:29:33 GMT


In a reader poll, which is about to be released Friday June 16th, 2006 in Country Weekly, the name of country singer Keith Urban comes up as the Sexiest Male Country Star, beating the likes of such country music artists as Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney, all of whom rounding out the top five, in order.

"The biggest surprise is how rapidly over the last couple of years Keith Urban has shot to the head of the class," Editor Bill Gubbins said. Meanwhile he added that there are about 32,000 readers voted in the first annual poll, both online and by mail.
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