With the nation on high terror alert Thursday, after a plot to blow up passenger airplanes was discovered, Paramount Pictures execs considered scaling back advertising for Oliver Stone's World Trade Center, which opened nationwide Wednesday. Ultimately, however, they decided not to.
Lindsay Lohan is reportedly being stalked by a
man who has sent her flowers and several letters that end with his name and phone number, TMZ.com reports.
Courteney Cox Arquette told Life magazine that she and husband David Arquette sought therapy after a recent rough patch. "He said, 'Courteney, can you see how David gets embarrassed to have any kind of public fight?'" the actress said of the therapist's advice.
Lou Diamond Phillips was arrested early Friday morning for alleged domestic violence. The actor was later released without being charged, and his rep chalked the whole thing up to a "misunderstanding."
A judge has awarded Woody Allen $95,000 in legal fees in a dispute with his former producer and friend of 30 years, Jean Doumanian.
A special effects technician is suing the Los Angeles Fire Department, alleging it was partly responsible for burns he suffered in a blast on the set of Mission: Impossible III. Scott Wheatley received third-degree burns over 60 percent of his body, when explosives from a stunt gone wrong exploded on June 6, 2005, according to his suit.
Matthew McConaughey's 1971 Corvette Stingray convertible has sold for $61,600 on eBay with the proceeds going to benefit hurricane relief.
Esquire magazine has voted future Bond Daniel Craig the world's best-dressed man in its September issue.
Us Weekly is responding to Jennifer Aniston's rep Stephen Huvane's denial of her engagement to Vince Vaughn by compiling a greatest hits list on its Website of some of his previous denials of reports which turned out to be accurate.
Steven Spielberg's Righteous Person Foundation has donated $1 million for relief efforts in Israel with an initial donation of $250,000 to the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles Israel Crisis Fund.
Daniel Craig is under no illusion as to diehard James Bond fans' opinion of him. "They hate me. They don't think I'm right for the role," he tells Entertainment Weekly. "They're passionate about it, which I understand, but I do wish they'd reserve judgment."