Red Buttons, the legendary comedian and Oscar-winning actor, died Thursday of vascular disease, his publicist said. He was 87.
Nicole Kidman's rep have officially denied rumors that the Oscar-winning newlywed is with child. "Nicole is not pregnant," the rep said, adding, "This story began with the tabloids and truly is no one's business, but I am compelled to respond, just to try and put the rumors to rest."
The citizens of Dominica, where Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest was partially filmed, is being deprived of seeing the record-setting film because the island's lone theater is closed for repairs.
Prosecutors have declined to file charges against a paparazzo arrested for allegedly hiding in the bushes near Maddox Jolie-Pitt's Malibu preschool in an effort to snap pictures of the four-year-old because there was not enough evidence to prove he was actually on the grounds. Meanwhile, Angelina Jolie has signed on to star as widow Mariane Pearl in the film A Mighty Heart, about slain Wall Street Journal
reporter Danny Pearl, which Brad Pitt is producing.
Mel Gibson is donating money to help poor people in Mexico's Veracruz state build homes, government officials announced Thursday. Gibson is about to wrap up filming on his Mayan epic, Apocalypto.
Entertainment site Break.com is offering its users $100,000 for the first video footage of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' offspring, Suri Cruise. As of Wednesday, 85 days had elapsed since her birth with no sightings.
Christie Brinkley and her fourth husband, architect Peter Cook, have separated after 10 years of marriage, her publicist said Tuesday. The couple have an eight-year-old daughter Sailor Lee, and Brinkley has two other children from her previous marriages.
Justin Timberlake's feature film debut, Edison Force, will be released to video stores on Tuesday without ever being shown in wide release.
"Saturday Night Live" trio Cheri Oteri, Amy Poehler, and Maya Rudolph are joining the cast of Shrek 3 as Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Rapunzel, respectively.
In the third lawsuit among the producers of Crash, Mark R. Harris, Robert Moresco, and Paul Haggis are suing Lifetime TV for allegedly invoking the film improperly when publicizing its new show, "Angela's Eyes." Billboards for the show
tout it as "from the producers of Academy Award winner Crash," but while Oscar-winning producer Cathy Schulman is involved in the project, Haggis is not.