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News 01/22/2006

A judge has granted Angelina Jolie's petition to have her children's last names changed to Jolie-Pitt to reflect that Brad Pitt is their intended adopted father. Jolie and Pitt are expecting their first biological offspring later this year.

Kung Fu Hustle beat Memoirs of a Geisha for Best Film at Thursday's 2006 Asian Excellence Awards, while "Lost's" Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim were named top TV actors.

A judge has set July 17 as the trial date for Colin Farrell's lawsuit against an ex-gal pal and former Playboy playmate who reportedly wants to distribute a sex tape the two made three years ago.

The "vintage" dress worn by Reese Witherspoon to the Golden Globes this year was originally worn by Kirsten Dunst at the Globes in 2003, prompting an apology from fashion house Chanel for "the oversight."

Andie MacDowell is engaged to businessman Kevin Geagan, People magazine reports. It will be the third marriage for the actress.

Walt Disney Co. is in serious talks to buy Pixar Animation Studios, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Ron Perelman, billionaire head of Revlon, is seeking a divorce from his wife of five years, actress Ellen Barkin, the New York Post reports.

Tom Hanks again topped the Harris Poll as America's Favorite Movie Star. Johnny Depp's second, and John Wayne's third. Julia Roberts rounds out the top five.

The Sundance Film Festival kicked off in Park City, Utah, on Thursday, with films featuring Jennifer Aniston, Frances McDormand, Steve Carell, and Robin Williams, among others.

Bryce Dallas Howard is in talks to join the cast of Spider-Man 3 as Peter Parker's love interest, Gwen Stacey, per the Hollywood Reporter.

The Constant Gardner earned 10 BAFTA nominations, including Best Actor for Ralph Fiennes and Best Actress for Rachel Weisz. George Clooney nabbed Best Supporting Actor noms for Syriana and Good Night, and Good Luck, as well as Best Director and Best Screenplay nominations for the latter.

Per the New York Post, Yoko Ono looked into trying to keep Chapter 27, a new movie about John Lennon killer Mark David Chapman, from being filmed outside the Dakota apartment building where the ex-Beatle was gunned down 25 years ago. The film stars Jared Leto and Lindsay Lohan.

The mayor of Bonnieux, France expressed his interest in making Russell Crowe's unborn baby an honorary citizen of his town, after learning of reports that the child was conceived in France.

Anthony Franciosa, an actor best known for such movies as 1957's A Hatful of Rain, 1958's The Long Hot Summer, and played troubled characters in crime dramas in the 1950s and '60s, died Thursday of a massive stroke in Los Angeles. He was 77.

News 01/18/2006

Hilary Swank told E! that she and estranged husband Chad Lowe are "trying to save our marriage," despite announcing their separation earlier this month.

Brad Renfro pled innocent to a charge of attempted possession of heroin, stemming from his arrest in a Los Angeles drug sting last month.

Laurence Fishburne's former personal assistant, Kristel Crews, has filed a lawsuit against the actor accusing him of firing her because she decided to become pregnant.

Holly Hunter and partner Gordon MacDonald are welcoming twins, People magazine reports. Per the actress' rep, "they are happy and healthy."

News 01/17/2006

Monday night's Golden Globe ceremonies attracted 18.7 million viewers, up 2 million from last year's total according to Nielsen Media Research.

Russell Crowe told reporters at Monday's Golden Globes that he and wife Danielle Spencer are expecting their second child this summer. The couple have a 2-year-old son, Charles.

Matt Damon has reportedly confirmed, in Spanish, to reporters in the Dominican Republic that new wife Luciana Bozan is pregnant with the couple's first child, his first acknowledgment of the long-running rumors. His rep, Jennifer Allen, declined to comment. Damon is in the Dominican working on a new film.

The screenwriters of Syriana and Capote are the finalists vying for the University of Southern California's prestigious Scripter Award for best film adaptation of a book or short story. The winner will be announced Jan. 18.

News 01/16/2006

Shelley Winters, who won Academy Awards for her roles in The Diary of Anne Frank and A Patch of Blue, has died of heart failure in Los Angeles; she was 85.

The animated fractured fairy tale Hoodwinked led the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday box office with an estimated $16.6 million over the four-day weekend. The hoops drama Glory Road was a close second with an estimated $16.4 million, while Queen Latifah's Last Holiday was third with an estimated $15.7 million and Tristan & Isolde came in eighth with an estimated $7.8 million.

Brokeback Mountain led all winners with four awards, including Best Picture, Drama and Best Director (Ang Lee) at Monday's 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards. Walk the Line won three awards, Best Picture, Musical/Comedy and acting trophies in the musical/comedy category for stars Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon. Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote) and Felicity Huffman (Transamerica) won top acting Globes in the drama category.

Joe Pichler, a former child actor who appeared in two of the Beethoven movies, has been missing for a week. His abandoned car was found in Seattle earlier with what may have been a suicide note.

Gwyneth Paltrow revealed in an interview after a screening of her movie Proof in Los Angeles Thursday night that she and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin are expecting their second child. No word yet on a due date.

Brittany Murphy is engaged to boyfriend Joe Macaluso, a production assistant, according to People magazine. No word on a wedding date.

Elisabeth Shue is expecting her third child with husband Davis Guggenheim, Us Weekly reports. Pregnancy forces her to drop out of upcoming Jim Carrey flick, Number 23.

A publicist for Jennifer Aniston is quashing rumors that ex-husband Brad Pitt told his former wife about Angelina Jolie's pregnancy before the news was publicly announced Wednesday, calling such reports "made-up lies." Meanwhile, Pitt and Jolie made their first public appearance since announcing the pregnancy, passing out food and toys Friday to children in Haiti.

Susan Sarandon has signed on to star as an evil queen attempting to keep a princess-in-waiting from finding her true love in Manhattan in Disney's modern-day animation and live-action fairy tale, Enchanted, starring Amy Adams.

According to Variety, Jennifer Lopez has signed on to star in Bridge and Tunnel, a romantic comedy in which she'll play a stock trader who depends on a suburban teen who day-trades on his home computer.

Indie film studio Lions Gate is planning to send out an unprecedented 130,000 DVD copies to Oscar voters as part of its campaign spotlighting Crash for Academy Awards consideration. Meanwhile, Lions Gate is partnering with Starbucks to begin promoting the studio's films and DVDs in coffeehouses.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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