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|Julia Roberts is set to make her first public appearance since before giving birth to her twins more than a year ago on Monday night at the Broadcast Film Critics Association's Critics' Choice Awards, where she'll present a special award to Ocean's Eleven costar George Clooney.
Lindsay Lohan's mom, Dina Lohan,
told OK! magazine that rumors the teen queen might be pregnant are definitely false.
Scarlett Johansson will be the face of L'Oréal Paris' newest cosmetics line, HIP: High Intensity Pigments, per Brandweek. The star will appear in an upcoming commercial that will air during the Golden Globes.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation criticized "Today Show" movie critic Gene Shalit Thursday for his review of Brokeback Mountain, in which he compared Jake Gyllenhaal's character to a "sexual predator." Shalit "used the occasion to promote defamatory antigay prejudice to a national audience," said GLAAD. NBC had no comment.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, John Travolta and Tim Allen is in talks to costar in Wild Hogs, a Touchstone comedy about a group of four middle-aged suburban men who take to the road on bikes in search of adventure, only to encounter a real Hell's Angels group.
|Jon Stewart has been picked to host the 78th Academy Awards on March 5, the Los Angeles Times reports. Stewart previously hosted the Grammy Awards in 2001 and 2002.
Brokeback Mountain leads the field in nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards with a total of four, including Best Actor for
Heath Ledger and Best Ensemble Performance. Capote and Crash received three nominations apiece.
The Directors Guild of America announced its five nominees for the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for 2005: George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck; Paul Haggis, Crash; Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain; Bennett Miller, Capote; Steven Spielberg, Munich.
Lindsay Lohan was released from a Miami hospital three days after suffering an asthma attack and returning to her family's home in New York to recuperate.
A judge ruled Wednesday that Nick Nolte had successfully completed probation following his 2002 no contest plea to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of drugs.
Lindsay Lohan is admitting to suffering from bulimia and becoming so thin she looked "disgusting" to herself, in an interview in the latest issue of Vanity Fair. The actress also admitted to using drugs "a little," but claiming to have "gotten that out of my system."
Denise Richards is moving forward with her divorce from Charlie Sheen, her rep confirmed to People magazine.
Mark Wahlberg and model Rhea Durham are expecting their second child together, Us Weekly reports. The couple already has a two-year-old daughter.
The Producers Guild of America have nominated Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Crash, Good Night, and Good Luck, and Walk the Line for Best Picture.
Per Variety, producer Jerry Weintraub is plotting a third chapter of the George Clooney-starring Ocean's Eleven franchise, to be titled Ocean's Thirteen.
Queen Latifah received the 2,298th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday, nine days before the release of her latest film, Last Holiday.
Nick Nolte appeared in a Malibu courtroom for a final progress hearing after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence.
|A black-clad Joaquin Phoenix joined with 50 inmates at California's Folsom State Prison for a screening of Walk the Line Tuesday, nearly 38 years to the date of Johnny Cash's famous gig there. Phoenix also performed a handful of Cash songs.
Lindsay Lohan was hospitalized in Miami Monday night after suffering a severe asthma attack. Her publicist says the teen queen has been discharged and is "doing fine."
Mira Sorvino is expecting her second child with husband Chris Backus, according to People magazine. The Oscar winner is due this summer.
March of the Penguins, Enron: The Smartest Guy in the Room, Cowboy Del Amor, The Fall of Fujimori, and Street Fight are the 2005 nominees for the Writers Guild of America's Best Documentary Writing category.
After generating some of the best reviews of his career with his latest flick, Match Point, that was filmed in the U.K., Woody Allen signed a deal with production house Mediapro to shoot his next picture in Spain with an all Spanish cast, according to Daily Variety.
Before segueing to Rush Hour 3, Jackie Chan will begin production in Hong Kong on his latest kung-fu comedy, BB or Baby, in which he plays a small-time crook who steals a car without realizing a child is in it.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe took down King Kong in the extended battle over holiday box-office. After just losing to the big ape over Christmas, the magic kingdom tale was back in the top slot, with an estimated $32.8 million gross over the four day New Year weekend, while
Kong grabbed $31.6 million.
Patrick Cranshaw, who played fraternity brother "Blue" in the comedy hit Old School, died of natural causes at his home in Texas; he was 86.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources