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|A man named John bid $30,000 for a lunch date with Jessica Biel at an auction to raise money for the medical expenses of a Denver teen who was critically injured when she was run over by a limo on her way to the prom.
The Walt Disney Co. has fired its longtime head of live-action production,
Nina Jacobsen. Jacobsen reportedly got the news while at the hospital where her partner was delivering their third child, per the Los Angeles Times.
Matthew McConaughey is selling his 1971 Corvette on eBay and donating 100 percent of the profits to Oprah Winfrey's Angels Network Hurricane Katrina and Rita relief funds.
New Line has decided against allowing critics to preview the upcoming Snakes on a Plane, stating that the studio felt that fans should be the first to see the film, which premieres in late-night showings on Aug. 17. "Understanding that [fans] would be the driving force behind the film, we decided early on they should be the first to see it," the
Daniel Baldwin was detained at a hospital after crashing his car into two parked vehicles; LAPD are investigating the actor for a possible DUI.
CinemaNow has launched a new service that allows customers to download movies and burn to DVD; Movielink and iTunes are preparing rival offerings.
Director Kevin Smith took "Good Morning America" film critic Joel Siegel to task for causing a "big stink" when he walked out of a press screening for Clerks II.
|Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' fellow Scientologist Leah Remini told Us Weekly that she met baby Suri weeks ago.
John Cusack has obtained a restraining order against Los Angeles resident Emily Leatherman, whom he complained had repeatedly tried to contact him. Leatherman was ordered to stay at
least 100 yards away from the actor.
Diana Bianchi, a 19-year-old former employee of Christie Brinkley's recently estranged husband, Peter Cook, told the New York Post that Cook hired her and seduced her with lavish gifts, then tried to woo her back after she broke off their affair. Brinkley and Cook announced their separation last week.
Stage, film, and TV actress Carrie Nye, the wife of TV talk host Dick Cavett, has died in New York at age 69. Nye died Friday of lung cancer at the couple's home, The New York Times reported Monday.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest topped the box office for a second week with an estimated $62.2 million and raised its 10-day total to $258.2 million, making it the year's top-grossing film. The Wayans Brothers comedy Little Man came in second with an estimated $21.7 million, You, Me and Dupree came in third with an estimated $21.3 million. A Scanner Darkly entered the top ten in tenth place in its second week with an estimated
Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance at the Chicago International Film Festival gala Saturday in order to present Steven Spielberg with the Golden Hugo award. Unsurprisingly, Suri did not make the trip.
J.J. Abrams has signed a five-year deal with Paramount Pictures and a six-year contract with Warner Bros., together worth more than $55 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Jessica Biel has donated a lunch date for auction with the proceeds going to help pay the medical expenses of a Denver teen who was run over by a limo on the way to her prom.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources