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|The original theatrical releases of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi finally are coming to DVD Sept. 12, two years after fans blasted George Lucas for only releasing the digitally modified editions. The DVDs will be available only through Dec. 31. Meanwhile,
Hasbro is releasing a limited-edition action figure of George Lucas, as seen in Storm Trooper attire.
Inspired by Tom Cruise's purchase of an ultrasound machine to monitor baby Suri in utero, the California Assembly has voted to restrict the use of personal ultrasound machines, approving a bill that would allow them to be sold only to licensed
A group of prominent English Roman Catholics are opposing the Vatican's call to boycott The Da Vinci Code, stating that the film gives them a chance to explain their faith.
|Warner Bros. is moving forward on a live-action, big-screen adaptation of The Jetsons, the trades report.
Brendan Fraser and wife Afton Smith welcomed their third child together Tuesday, Us Weekly reports.
During an appearance on "The Late Show," David Letterman reminded Tom Cruise that he is not married to Katie Holmes, the mother of his newborn daughter. "Did you have to bring it up?" Cruise replied, adding, "I can't wait to get married."
|James Woods received a clean bill of health after having an angiogram Tuesday to check for coronary artery disease, according to the actor's publicist, Ron Hoffman. "He was in and out of the hospital. He's home and he's fine," Hoffman said.
A Vera Wang dress worn by Keira Knightley to the Oscars sold
for $7,855 on eBay with the proceeds going to fund relief work in East Africa. "It's brilliant that this dress has raised this much," Knightley said.
Legendary publicist, manager, and producer Jay Bernstein...who was often described as a "starmaker"...died of a stroke Sunday in Los Angeles at the age of 69.
|United 93, the first film to deal with the events of 9-11, was number two at the weekend box office with sales of an estimated $11.6 million, despite fears that it was too soon for a movie on that subject matter. Even so, moviegoers found it easier to take in the Robin Williams comedy, RV, which topped the box office with
ticket sales of an estimated $16.4 million. Gymnast comedy Stick It came in third with an estimated $11.3 million, and spelling bee drama Akeelah and the Bee came in eighth with an estimated $6.25 million.
MTV has selected Jessica Alba to host the 2006 MTV Movie Awards on June 8.
A Los Angeles country sheriff's arson squad blew up a newspaper rack believed to contain a bomb Friday, when, in fact, the rack held a promotional device for Mission: Impossible III that was meant to play the movie's theme song when the rack's door was opened.
Halle Berry told "Extra" that she will "definitely adopt" a child if it doesn't happen for her naturally. "And I probably will adopt even if it does happen naturally," Berry added.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources