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|Nicolas Cage has purchased a 40-plus-acre island in the Bahamas that had been on the market for $3 million, per the Wall Street Journal.
Minority Report actress Samantha Morton confirmed Friday that her boyfriend, 25-year-old filmmaker Harry Holm, popped the question Monday, her 29th
birthday, while the couple were in Paris.
Halle Berry, who was in the studio with Hugh Jackman to promote X-Men: The Last Stand, accused BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles of "racism" live on air on Thursday, after he impersonated a "big, fat black guy" on the show.
The release date of the sequel to The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe has been severely delayed while its special effects are completed. The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian was originally scheduled for release in December 2007, but is now expected to come out in the summer of 2008, according to a spokesman for Disney.
Mischa Barton's ex-boyfriend Brandon Davis has apologized to Lindsay Lohan, after launching a scathing attack on the young star. Davis was videoed making derogatory comments about the actress during a night out earlier this week with hotel heiress Paris Hilton. During his tirade against the Mean Girls star, Davis attacked Lohan's personal hygiene,
lifestyle, and former boyfriends.
|On the day of The Da Vinci Code's worldwide opening, Manila has banned the film outright, while India is allowing it to be screened but with a disclaimer and insisting it be shown to adults only. Meanwhile, Cannes film critics are doing their best to deter people from taking in the movie with
scathing reviews. Even Ron Howard has gotten into the act, telling reporters: "My advice...is to not go see the movie if you think you're going to be upset."
In news out of Cannes, France awarded Sidney Poitier its highest arts honor at the film festival Thursday, commending the actor for breaking down barriers for black actors
|Cannes film critics panned The Da Vinci Code ahead of the movie's highly anticipated world premiere Wednesday, calling it a "dud," "unwieldy," and "plodding," among other choice criticisms.
Hotel heiress Paris Hilton, with her sister, Nicky, and actress Lindsay Lohan shocked patrons at
Hollywood hotspot Hyde on Friday night by engaging in a furious quarrel.
Comedian Jerry Lewis is set to return this summer to the Orleans Hotel and Casino for his first live Las Vegas performance since his health took a turn for the worse six years ago.
Disney has pushed back The Chronicles of Narnia sequel, Prince Caspian, from Christmas '07 to summer '08.
|Nicole Kidman told People magazine that she and Keith Urban are engaged. Urban escorted Kidman to the UNIFEM 30th anniversary gala, where she admitted he was "actually my fiancé. I wouldn't be bringing my boyfriend."
On the eve of The Da Vinci Code's Cannes premiere, Christian groups from South Korea, Thailand, Greece, and India are planning boycotts, a hunger strike, and attempts to block or shorten screenings. Meanwhile, the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation are objecting to the fact that the villain in the movie is an albino, claiming that this is the 68th film
since 1960 to feature an evil albino.
The Drowsy Chaperone racked up 13 Tony nominations Tuesday, trailed by The Color Purple, which earned 11 nominations. Julia Roberts didn't receive a nomination for her much-discussed performance in Three Days of Rain.
Mission: Impossible III stayed on the top spot for a second week, taking in an estimated $25.5 million at the North American box office. The at-sea disaster film Poseidon came in at second place, with an estimated $20.3 million. The Lindsey Lohan romantic comedy Just My Luck came in fourth with an estimated $5.5 million,
the soccer drama Goal! The Dream Begins came in twelfth with an estimated $2 million, and the PG-13-rated bar mitzvah comedy Keeping up with the Steins came in twentieth with an estimated $621,000.
Naomi Watts was named as a special United Nations envoy on HIV/AIDS on Monday.
Diane Keaton has been selected as the face and spokesperson for L'Oreal Paris. Her image will begin appearing in print and TV ads this summer.
Vivid Entertainment has announced that it will beginning selling adult entertainment movies online through CinemaNow, a service that will allow buyers to burn movies to DVDs and watch them on any screen, not just a computer.
China is considering blocking the release of Mission: Impossible III due to scenes showing underwear hanging out to dry as well as other images considered "harmful to China," according to the Beijing News.
Steve Carell sprained his ankle while filming Evan Almighty, the sequel to 2003's Bruce Almighty, while stepping out of a Hummer on Saturday, Universal Pictures said Monday.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources