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|Neve Campbell is engaged to British actor John Light, per People. No word on a wedding date. This will be the second marriage for the former "Party of Five" star.
A Los Angeles judge has sentenced Tom Sizemore to three years' probation after the troubled thespian tearfully acknowledged using methamphetamines last month. He could've faced 16 months in the slammer. Sizemore must also do 90 days in lockdown rehab.
During a speech at the University of Mississippi's Black History Month celebration, Spike Lee suggested Mississippi should ditch its state flag because it's a symbol of the state's long history of oppression against blacks. "I know people say it's representative of history. Well, so is the swastika," he said.
"The L Word" star Jennifer Beals will join Amber Tamblyn in The Grudge 2, which starts filming next week in Tokyo.
The 56th Berlin International Film Festival launched on Thursday with the world premiere of Snow Cake, starring Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman. It runs through Feb. 19.
Paramount pink-slipped some 109 out of nearly 129 employees in its domestic distribution department ahead of its merger with DreamWorks' distribution department, according to Variety.
In Variety, Samuel L. Jackson is set to star in director Irwin Winkler's Iraqi wartime drama, Home of the Brave, playing a doctor who tries to get his life back to normal after returning home from a long tour of duty. Jessica Biel and Christina Ricci costar.
|Robert De Niro's former maid, Lucyna Turyk-Wawrynowicz, pled guilty to larceny, identity theft, forgery, and stealing a $95,000 pair of earrings from De Niro's wife, Grace Hightower.
Japanese composer Akira Ifukube, best known for penning the music for the original Godzilla movie, died Wednesday of
multiple organ failure. He was 92.
|Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is suing producer Holly Wiersma and the production company behind Factory Girl for $6 million in a dispute over the North American distribution rights to the Edie Sedgwick biopic, starring Sienna Miller.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck will reunite to star in an as-yet untitled Touchstone drama as lawyers who spent 15 years overturning a murder conviction, Daily Variety reports.
France honored Uma Thurman Tuesday by proclaiming the "classic and disconcerting beauty" a knight in the Order of Arts and Letters.
Ralph Fiennes has split from his girlfriend of 11 years, Francesca Annis.
|Jack Black has been tapped to host Nickelodeon's 19th Annual Kids' Choice Awards Apr. 1. Madagascar leads the field with three nominations.
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Steve Buscemi is in talks to star as a drug dealer in the indie comedy We're the Millers, about a dealer who must travel to
Mexico and create a make-believe family in order to smuggle a huge stash of marijuana into the U.S.
Indie movie distributor ThinkFilm have ponied up $2 million for the rights to release Strangers with Candy, a feature based on the Comedy Central cult hit, later this summer. The film has been in limbo since a previous acquisition deal fell through.
Kanye West has been tapped to write the theme song for Mission: Impossible III. The latest Tom Cruise adventure hits screens this May.
Police in Boca Raton, Florida, are considering whether to charge Joe Pesci for assault after a fan said the Good Fellas star punched him in the mouth after he took a picture of him in a shopping center parking lot.
Darnell Riley, 28, pled guilty to felony charges of robbery and attempted extortion of Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis and will be sentenced today to 10 years and eight months in prison.
Horror remake When a Stranger Calls topped the Super Bowl weekend box office, grossing an estimated $22 million in its debut weekend. Meanwhile, boosted by its eight Oscar noms, Brokeback Mountain jumped to a new high of fourth place with an estimated $5.7 million in its ninth week in theaters. Something New came in seventh with an estimated $5.02 million.
The writers of Brokeback Mountain won best adapted screenplay Saturday night at the Writers Guild Awards, while the Crash scribes won best original screenplay. "Grey’s Anatomy" took the writing award for a new TV series and "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" Larry David won best writing in a comedy series.
George Clooney received the Modern Master Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival Friday night, after getting three Oscar noms earlier in the week. "It's a bad week to be me," Clooney joked at the ceremony. "But I'll struggle through it. What I'll be doing is a lot of therapy."
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit swept the 33rd Annual Annie Awards Saturday with 10 wins, including Best Feature, Best Director, and Best Writing.
Todd Wallace, who was charged with assault in September after he became aggressive while trying to photograph Reese Witherspoon, was found dead in his apartment, according to his friends. Police confirmed a body was found, but said it could not be identified as Wallace.
Glenn Close married boyfriend David Shaw in a small ceremony in Maine on Friday, People reports. It's the Fatal Attraction star's third marriage.
Celebrity PI Anthony Pellicano pled innocent Monday to a federal racketeering and conspiracy indictment stemming from a probe of wiretaps he allegedly used to obtain information for his high-profile clients.
James Cromwell has joined the cast of Spider-Man 3 as Captain Stacy, the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character, per the Hollywood Reporter.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources