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Latest News 03/12/2006

Dana Reeve, the widow of Superman star Christopher Reeve, died Monday night of lung cancer. She was 44. Lance Armstrong spent Wednesday comforting Will Reeve, after the 13-year-old lost his mother. Will's father, Christopher Reeve, died in October 2004.

Brad Renfro is being sent to jail for 10 days for violating his probation after pleading guilty to driving under the influence Wednesday. On Monday, the actor was ordered to enter drug rehab after pleading guilty to attempted possession of heroin.

Pierce Brosnan will return to star in a sequel to 1999's The Thomas Crown Affair.

Warner Home Video has reported sales of more than 5 million DVD copies of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in a single day, putting it on track to become one of the top-selling DVDs of all time.

Paramount will release a 10th anniversary Mission: Impossible DVD to coincide with the long-awaited release of Mission: Impossible III. The DVD, which hits stores April 11, will include a free ticket to the sequel good in any movie theater.

Sharon Stone confirmed to reporters that she has nude scenes in the upcoming Basic Instinct 2, which opens March 31.

Both George Clooney and Teri Hatcher have denied a Page Six report that claimed the newly minted Oscar winner was the purported mystery man who dumped the actress, prompting Hatcher to go public with her painful past about being molested by her uncle.

Residents in the city of Bristol in southwest England are lobbying to build a statue honoring Wallace and Gromit after hometown animator Nick Park and Aardman Animations won their fourth Oscar on Sunday.

Dennis Quaid has admitted he battled anorexia in the mid-90s, after losing 40 lbs. to star in Wyatt Earp, the New York Post reports.

Newly minted Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman will join Laura Linney in The Savages, a comedy drama following adult siblings who are forced to take care of their estranged father who never cared for them, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

In the Hollywood Reporter, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Claire Danes are set to star in Stardust, based on the fantasy adventure novel by Neil Gaiman about a young man who sets out to win the love of his life by promising to fetch a falling star and faces off against a pirate and evil witch.

Latest News 03/06/2006

Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion finished atop the box office for the second weekend in a row, grossing an estimated $13 million. Newcomer 16 Blocks, starring Bruce Willis and Mos Def, finished in second place with an estimated $11.7 million. Ultraviolet came in fourth with an estimated $9 million, Aquamarine came in fifth with an estimated $7.5 million, and Dave Chappelle's Block Party came in seventh with an estimated $6.5 million.

Crash scored a surprise upset in the Best Picture category at the 78th Annual Academy Awards, beating out frontrunner Brokeback Mountain for the win. Reese Witherspoon won Best Actress for her portrayal of June Carter Cash in Walk the Line and Philip Seymour Hoffman won Best Actor for his turn as Truman Capote in Capote. George Clooney won Best Supporting Actor for Syriana and Rachel Weisz won Best Supporting Actress for The Constant Gardner. Ang Lee won Best Director for Brokeback Mountain. In total, the gay cowboy film picked up three of the eight Oscars for which it was nominated. The visually lush Memoirs of a Geisha won Best Costume Design, Best Art Direction, and Best Cinematography. King Kong won Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Sound Editing. Robert Altman received a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his lengthy career in film, which has earned him five Oscar nominations for Best Director. The Academy Awards drew an average of 38.8 million viewers to its three and a half hour telecast, down 8 percent from last year, and inspired 76.6 million U.S. viewers to tune in for at least six minutes of the awards ceremony, according to Nielsen overnight ratings.

Brokeback Mountain won Best Picture at the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday and Ang Lee won Best Director. Philip Seymour Hoffman won Best Actor and Felicity Huffman won Best Actress.

Jenny McCarthy won a total of three Razzie Awards Saturday, including Worst Actress, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Picture for the the comedy Dirty Love. Tom Cruise was named Most Tiresome Tabloid Target.

Macaulay Culkin told Time magazine he's not sure where he fits into the acting world, if at all, and has considered a career in sports management.

Brad Renfro has been found eligible for a drug diversion program that will allow him to avoid jail time for attempted possession of heroin if he completes the requirements.

Lyle Lovett will receive the AMD Live Soundtrack Award, honoring artists for their contributions to Texas film, at the sixth annual Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards on March 10. Former Gov. Ann Richards will preside over the ceremony, which will also recognize Kris Kristofferson, Matthew McConaughey, Cybill Shepherd, and JoBeth Williams.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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