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|Lawyers for Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen have extended the restraining order requiring Sheen to stay at least 300 feet from Richards. Sheen has also agreed have his visits with his daughters supervised by a professional. Sheen and Richards released a joint statement Friday, announcing their intent to "privately resolve their differences
regarding their children...outside of the public forum."
|Santa Monica Superior Court Judge Gerald Rosenberg has refused to dismiss civil lawsuit against Nick Nolte brought by parents of a girl claiming she was drugged and date-raped during a party at the actor's house in 2003. A trial date has been set for June 12.
A Los Angeles court has granted Alec
Baldwin on Thursday three extra visitation days with daughter Ireland to make up for time missed due to illness; ex-wife Kim Basinger argued that he was violating terms of their divorce.
An 8-foot, 6-inch statue of Rocky donated to Philadelphia in 1982 by Sylvester Stallone is on the move again. Stallone originally wanted the statue to stand at the top of the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps, made famous in the first Rocky film, but museum officials balked. Currently, the statue is in storage, but with the sixth film in the
franchise in the works, Stallone wants it back on display.
Forbes is spotlighting some of the most generous celebrities, including Sandra Bullock, Angelina Jolie, Steven Spielberg, and Oprah Winfrey, in recognition of their charitable donations.
|Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes visited the town of Aberdeen, Washington, on Tuesday to take in a private screening of Mission: Impossible III in a local mall along with a contest winner and 150 of his closest friends. Meanwhile, Paramount forced two Aberdeen radio stations to call off couch-jumping
contests scheduled for Tuesday because they "felt it reflected poorly on Tom's image," according to a furniture dealer who had donated a couch for the event. Also, Cruise's favorability rating has slipped 23 percent in the last year among adults, according to a USA Today/Gallup poll.
Tom Hanks has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the
Actor With Most Consecutive $100 Million Grossing Movies, thanks to a seven-film streak of box office hits from 1998 to 2002.
A senior Philippine official stated that the mainly Catholic country should ban The Da Vinci Code, describing the film's premise as "blasphemous."
Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, and Cicely Tyson paid a visit New Orleans, Louisiana to draw attention to the plight of families trying to adjust to life in the city post-Hurricane Katrina. The three actresses joined forces with the Children's Defense Fund (CDF) during their Monday visit and spoke at a Freedom School set up by the group.
George Lee Lutz, the patriarch of the family whose short stay in Amityville, New York, became fodder for films, books, Websites, and endless speculation, died Wednesday in Las Vegas of natural causes. He was 59 and had been suffering from heart disease. The Lutz family inspired a hit film, The Amityville Horror, in 1979 starring James Brolin and
Margot Kidder as the unlucky newlyweds, which also produced several sequels and a remake released last year.
|Mission: Impossible III took in just an estimated $48.025 million over its debut weekend...about $10 million less than expected by industry analysts, leading some to speculate that Tom Cruise's couch-jumping antics of the past year hurt the movie's draw. An American Haunting came in third with
an estimated $6.4 million, and Hoot tied for ninth with an estimated $3.4 million.
A deflated-looking Katie Holmes made her first post-Suri appearance at the Los Angeles premiere of Mission: Impossible III alongside a beaming Tom Cruise.
Adam Sandler and wife Jackie welcomed their first child together, according to a posting on the actor's Website, which read: "Sandler had a kid!! Kid is healthy!! Wife is healthy!! He's still a moron, and that's all that counts!!!"
Jon Favreau and wife Joya Tillem are expecting their third child together, People reports.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources