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|Angelina Jolie gave her first post-Shiloh U.S. interview, airing Tuesday on "Anderson Cooper 360," in which she acknowledged that she donates one third of her income to charity. "Yeah, well, I had a stupid income for what I do," Jolie said in a portion of the interview released to the Associated
Greg Kinnear and his wife, Helen, welcomed their second daughter, Audrey Mae Kinnear, born Tuesday in Los Angeles, People reports.
Yakov Arabov, a.k.a. Jacob the Jeweler, known for providing the stars with their bling, was arrested Thursday on money-laundering charges in connection with a drug organization known as the Black Mafia Family.
David Gest, Liza Minnelli's ex-husband, has been sued by a former employee who claims he was sexually harassed and humiliated while working as Gest's personal assistant last summer. Gest denies the allegations however.
|It's A Wonderful Life topped the American Film Institute's "100 Years...100 Cheers" list of the most inspirational films. To Kill A Mockingbird came in second and Schindler's List finished third. Steven Spielberg led all other directors with five films in the top 100.
Forbes magazine has ranked Tom Cruise as most powerful celebrity of the year in their annual Celebrity 100 power list with earnings of $67 million, coming in ahead of Rolling Stones, Oprah, and U2. Brad Pitt came in at number 20 with $25 million, while Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston ironically tied at number 35.
Steven Spielberg and Paramount Pictures are reportedly developing a space-travel story about a group of explorers who go through a black hole and into a new dimension.
Brad Pitt's Plan B production company beat out Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way in a bidding war for the rights to the upcoming zombie horror book World War Z, the trades report.
|Jerry Lewis has canceled a July booking after having a "mild" heart attack on Sunday, a spokeswoman said. The comedian was also said to be suffering from a "touch" of pneumonia.
Director David Lynch has filed for divorce from his wife, Mary Sweeney, after just one month of marriage, according to court documents filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court. The couple will share custody of their 14-year-old son, Riley Sweeney Lynch.
Clint Eastwood will receive the Founders Award from the Motion Picture & Television Fund Golden Boot Committee on Aug. 12.
Neil Simon will receive the Mark Twain Award for humor from the Kennedy Center in October.
|Police forcibly removed Daryl Hannah from her perch in a tree on the grounds of a Los Angeles urban farm, putting an end to the Splash star's efforts to save the farm from development.
The town council in Jupiter, Florida is
looking to sell off the Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum building that houses decades of memorabilia from the actor's film career in order to finance a new biomedical research facility. Items such as the canoe from Deliverance and the hat from Mystery, Alaska would be among the artifacts needing a new home if the museum is sold.
Mission: Impossible III won the Golden Trailer Award for Best Action Trailer.
A judge dealt film exec Bob Yari a major blow in his legal bid to share in producer credits for Crash, stating that the lawsuit had no real legal basis and is giving Yari 10 days to amend his complaint or see his suit dismissed.
ReelzChannel, the movie-themed cable channel formerly known as Moviewatch, now has an official launch date of September 27, after securing carriage deals that extend its reach to 28 million subscribers, Minnesota-based Hubbard Broadcasting announced. It will be carried on DirecTV, Dish Network, Time Warner Cable, Comcast Corp., Charter Communications,
Insight Communications, and Mediacom.
Eminem has signed on to star in a contemporary feature film adaptation of the CBS Western series "Have Gun, Will Travel," Daily Variety reports.
Haylie Duff will make her Broadway debut when she joins the cast of Hairspray July 18.
Cars easily topped the weekend box office, racing away with an estimated $62.8 million, marking a seventh straight number one opening for Pixar and Disney and driving the weekend box office up 8 percent over the same weekend last year, which marked the debut of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The Omen remake came in fourth place with an estimated $15.5 million (it has grossed an estimated $35.7 million since being released on 6/6/06.) A Prairie Home Companion, director Robert Altman's latest ensemble effort and based on Garrison Keillor's radio program of
the same name, came in seventh place estimated $4.7 million.
Matt Damon and Luciana Bozan welcomed their first child together on Sunday, a daughter named Isabella, People reports.
The History Boys won six Tony Awards, including Best Play, Best Actor, and Best Director; Jersey Boys won four Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Actor in a Musical. Julia Roberts, who was not nominated for her reviled performance in Three Days of Rain, showed up as a
Jack Black and his wife Tanya Haden welcomed a baby boy over the weekend, the actor announced at Monday night's Nacho Libre premiere; this is the couple's first child together.
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and their three children left Namibia after a two-month stay, a government official confirmed Saturday.
A judge has requested that Alec Baldwin be evaluated by a psychologist to determine whether he is attempting to turn his daughter, 10-year-old Ireland, against his ex-wife, Kim Basinger. Baldwin has previously asked that Basinger undergo a psychological evaluation.
Oliver Hudson, son of Goldie Hawn and brother of Kate Hudson, tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Erinn Bartlett on Friday, People magazine reported.
John Cleese is planning to pen a history of stage, film, and TV comedy in an effort to "teach young talent some rules of the game," he told London's Times, adding that too much of today's comedy is targeted at "American teenage kids."
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources