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New Couple Alert, Aaron Carter and Kaci Brown


December 19, 2006 02:13:28 GMT


Easy come, easy go. Aaron Carter apparently holds on that principal strongly. The singer, who broke off his engagement to former Playboy Playmate Kari Ann Peniche just a week after he proposed onstage in Las Vegas, says he's in love, again.

Carter who turned 19 on Dec. 7, is dating 18-year-old singer Kaci Brown. The couple was spotted at Shag in Hollywood to celebrate his birthday. "Now I'm in a great relationship. I've only known her for, like, seven days, but I have a connection with her that's like nothing else I've ever experienced," Aaron told People. "It's really amazing."
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"Believe It or Not" Resurrected!

December 18, 2006 09:27:20 GMT

The dust on "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" finally is cleared. Paramount Pictures has decided to bring back the project to development and appointed "Bruce Almighty" scribe Steve Oedekerk to make a re-writing of the project's script previously penned by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski.

Eyeing a winter 2008 production start in China for a 2009 release, the flick delightfully still sees Jim Carrey and Tim Burton remain in place as the lead star and the director, respectively, with Kenneth Atchity, Jim Jacks, Sean Daniel, and Richard D. Zanuck producing.
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Brittany Murphy Spends Night at "White Hotel"

December 18, 2006 08:55:28 GMT

Despite her hectic film schedule, it appears that Brittany Murphy still spares a room for another challenging role for her to take. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Sin City" star is currently engaged in talks to topline a dramatic feature entitled "The White Hotel", a long-in-the-works adaptation of D.M. Thomas' acclaimed novel of the same title.

If a deal is reached, Murphy will likely be billed as an opera singer who becomes Sigmund Freud's famous case study Anna G upon seeking his services to reveal the mystery behind her hallucinatory dreams about a white hotel. With the man's help, she then unlocks the key to figure out her memories and her premonitions of the future, which include the Holocaust.
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Willem Dafoe Puts Great Concern on "Adam"

December 18, 2006 08:25:25 GMT

Adam Resurrected picture
Opts to take a contrasting acting stint as his next big screen performance after that in Abel Ferrara's comedy "Go Go Tales", Willem Dafoe has signed on to join Jeff Goldblum in Holocaust drama "Adam Resurrected."

A Bleiberg Entertainment production, the project is an adaptation of Yoram Kaniuk's novel of the same title which tells about a former circus entertainer who becomes the leader at an asylum populated by Holocaust survivors after being spared the gas chamber by the Nazi.
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Stars Get Served by the "Bag Boy"

December 18, 2006 07:43:01 GMT

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Making a burgeoning list of cast, a number of stars namely Brooke Shields, Dennis Farina, Richard Kind, Lisa Darr, Bruce Altman, Paul Campbell, Marika Dominczyk, Robert Hoffman, Josh Dean, Nick Lashaway, Wesley Jonathan, and Larry Miller have all come onboard to highlight "National Lampoon's Bag Boy", a comedy set in the world of competitive grocery bagging.

Also a production of Conundrum Entertainment owned by the Farrelly Brothers, the flick concerns an underdog teen who discovers that he has the talent to excel in the world of competitive grocery bagging. Mort Nathan has already been assigned to both write and direct with Zen Gesner, Rob Moran, and Jefferson Richard producing.
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"Eragon" Wins Out Over "Casino" Internationally

December 18, 2006 06:46:46 GMT

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Turns out the dragon has made its way to fly high overseas, too. Already made a satisfying debut as the runner-up on weekend domestic box office, youth-slanted fantasy adventure "Eragon" now proudly claims the top spot of weekend foreign box office of the same period for sure.

Selling $30.1 million worth of tickets in 76 territories, the flick thereby ends the four-week reign of "Casino Royale" which has to go down slightly to number two after taking up a handful of $20.7 million from 64 markets. However, the amount appears to be more than enough to finally break the $271 million Bond film record set by "Die Another Day" as this latest installment of 007 series has garnered $280 million internationally in its total.
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Nominees Unveiled for the 27th Annual London Critics' Circle Film Awards

December 18, 2006 05:06:14 GMT

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One of the five sections of The Critics' Circle started in 1913 as an association for working British critics, the London Film Critics' Circle has revealed the list of film titles and names competing for its ALFS Awards, which will be presented on February 8, 2007 at the Dorchester Hotel, London.

As many have expected, Miramax's acclaimed British royal family drama "The Queen" became the most-nominated feature for the event, scoring down seven nods that included top honor Best Film of the Year alongside four other lauded features namely "United 93", "Little Miss Sunshine", "The Departed" and "Volver."
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Weekend U.S Box Office of December 15-17, 2006

December 18, 2006 03:28:28 GMT

Pursuit of Happyness, The picture
Three pictures made their debuts last Friday, December 15 and all amazingly have created such hard blow to smoothly secure the top three of weekend box office ended December 17.

Leading the chart is Columbia Pictures' fact-based drama "The Pursuit of Happyness" as the inspiring rags-to-riches tale successfully pulls $26.5 million during its three-day run followed by fantasy-adventure flick "Eragon" and Paramount's enjoyable children's story "Charlotte's Web" which score $23.2 million and $11.4 million, respectively.
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The Best Dressed Men of 2006 According to Access Hollywood

December 18, 2006 03:02:55 GMT

In a new poll to find Hollywood's most elegant man, US news show Access Hollywood finds out that it is Brad Pitt who deserves the title.

The actor has been named the Best Dressed Man of 2006, beating Jamie Foxx who comes 2nd and Leonardo Dicaprio who is at 3rd.
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"It's True, Paris Hilton Going to Get Married"

December 18, 2006 02:25:40 GMT

Paris Hilton to wed. The hotel heiress does confirm that she's going to tie the knot with on-again off-again boyfriend Stavros Niarchos.

"It's true. I am going to get married," Paris told the British newspaper Daily Star. The hotel heiress, moreover, also wants best pal Britney Spears serves as her maid of honor, saying "I want a fairytale wedding and Britney's going to be my matron of honor. She can advise me," she added.
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Jamie Foxx Unveiled Plans to Hit the Road

December 16, 2006 05:54:55 GMT

No need to worry for Jamie Foxx has wrapped a special Christmas gift for you. It is a 19-city tour.

The Grammy nominated multi-platinum superstar has announced plans to embark on an end-of-the-year-into-2007 tour, beginning December 26th, 2006 at the San Diego Civic Theater in San Diego, CA and continuing on through February 2007.
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Jillian Barberie Is Pregnant with Her First Child

December 16, 2006 04:41:33 GMT

Jillian Barberie is pregnant with her first child with actor hubby Grant Reynolds, it has been confirmed.

"We're both thrilled," Barberie says. "I feel like I'm at a place in my life where I just am really happy. I never thought I wanted kids. I was a career girl all these years! I never thought about it before until him."
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Big Titles Racing for Oscar's Visual Effects Nods

December 16, 2006 04:14:03 GMT

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Seven film features were chosen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences yesterday, December 15, for consideration to be the contenders in Visual Effects category for the 79th annual Academy Awards.

Listed in alphabetical order, they are "Casino Royale", "Eragon", "Night at the Museum", "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest", "Poseidon", "Superman Returns", and "X-Men: The Last Stand."
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Axl Rose Let Loose "Chinese Democracy"

December 16, 2006 04:00:42 GMT

Would like to set the record straight on the many issues surrounding his band, Guns N' Roses, lead singer Axl Rose released an open letter Friday Dec 15th on the band's official Web site, detailing on split with management, the canceling of several shows and a release date for the long awaited "Chinese Democracy" album.

In the online posting, the rocker reveals there had been a series of "obstacles" delaying the LP, but seems certain that it will now finally emerge with "Chinese Democracy" is slated for a March 6, 2007 release date.
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Peace Arch Takes Hold on "A West Texas Children's Story"

December 16, 2006 03:41:23 GMT

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Strikes a real great deal, Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. has successfully secured all distribution rights outside the U.S to ensemble drama feature "A West Texas Children's Story" in its further step to expand its portfolio of film, television and DVD productions.

"Reminiscent of great coming of age films like 'Paper Moon' and 'Stand By Me,' 'A West Texas Children's Story' is a truly universal tale set to appeal to a wide range of audiences the world over," Penny Wolf, managing director of Peace Arch's theatrical films sales division Peace Arch Films, commented as she expressed her delight in acquiring the movie.
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