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News 08/26/2006

Tom Cruise's lawyer, Bert Fields, has called Sumner Redstone's remarks about his client "disgusting" and suggesting to the New York Times that the Viacom mogul has "lost it completely, or he's been given breathtakingly bad advice."

Jackie Mason is suing Jews for Jesus for using his name and likeness in a pamphlet, claiming that he is "as Jewish as a matzo ball or kosher salami." The comedian is seeking $2 million from the religious group and demands that the pamphlet be destroyed.

Jesse McCartney told an Atlanta radio host that Jennifer Lopez pulled out of Dallas because "she got preggers." McCartney subsequently issued a statement denying that he has any inside scoop on whether J. Lo is with child. "I have no first hand knowledge whether Jennifer Lopez is pregnant or not. I thought I had read it somewhere. I apologize," the pop star said.

Rob Reiner (who has not worked with Mel Gibson and has not received a phone call) has stated that mere apologies aren't going to do the trick. "It's not a matter of just apologizing for some words you said," Reiner told the Associated Press. "It's to really understand why it is you are anti-Semitic and where those feelings came from."

News 08/24/2006

Mel Gibson has reportedly called up Jewish heavyweights in the entertainment industry to personally apologize for his anti-Semitic rant, TMZ.com reports.

SpoofCard.com, a company that provides subscribers with fake caller ID numbers and voicemail service, has terminated Paris Hilton's account, along with the accounts of 50 other users, after determining they had been using the service to hack into mailboxes belonging to "well known celebrities," including Lindsay Lohan. The company's attorney stated that "a number of the 50 persons [whose service was canceled] were making unauthorized entrances to Miss Lohan's voicemail." Hilton's rep has denied her involvement.

News 08/23/2006

Paramount has severed ties with Tom Cruise's production company after blaming his year of couch-jumping antics for hurting Mission: Impossible III at the box office. Viacom CEO Sumner Redstone told the Wall Street Journal that Cruise's "recent conduct has not been acceptable to Paramount."

Jokesters at a Phoenix movie theater released a pair of rattlesnakes at a screening of Snakes on a Plane last Friday, AMC Entertainment Inc. said.

Brandon Routh has popped the question to his girlfriend, Courtney Ford, who said yes, despite Superman Returns' failure to perform at the box office.

News 08/22/2006

Brittany Murphy and Joe Macaluso have "amicably" calling off their engagement, People reports. It's the second broken engagement for the Just Married star, who was also betrothed to talent manager Jeff Kwatinetz.

RZA, T.I., and Common are joining the cast of American Gangsters, starring Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington, per the Hollywood Reporter.

MTV and Nickelodeon are taking on larger roles in the Paramount Motion Picture Group, expanding from on-lot producers to full-fledged film labels, Viacom announced Monday.

Jake Gyllenhaal has edged out Matthew McConaughey for the role of Lance Armstrong in an upcoming biopic, the New York Daily News reports.

The Weinstein Company has acquired the worldwide rights to Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing, a documentary trailing the country band at the height of their popularity and through the controversy stemming from the now infamous anti-Bush remark.

Hilary Duff will travel to New Orleans on Aug. 29 to visit victims of Hurricane Katrina one year later.

News 08/21/2006

Snakes on a Plane went into first place with tickets sales of an estimated $15.3 million (which includes the $1.4 million from its Thursday night preview showings), opening far below studio expectations. The Justin Long fake college comedy Accepted came in fourth with an estimated $10.1 million, the Duff sisters first collaboration Material Girls came in ninth with an estimated $4.6 million (the lowest opening ever for a Hilary Duff movie), and the Edward Norton turn-of-the-century magician indie The Illusionist came in nineteenth place with an estimated $924,886.

Antonio Banderas and America Ferrera are among the honorees at the 21st Annual Imagen Awards, which recognize positive portrayal of Latinos in all media.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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