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|Looks like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie won't be making it official anytime soon. Pitt told Esquire that he won't marry "until everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able."
Denise Richards and Richie Sambora are denying a Life & Style report that they are
engaged and calling the story "completely false and hurtful."
Lindsay Lohan's Hermès Birkin bag was recovered by police after it was allegedly stolen from her luggage cart upon her arrival at London's Heathrow Airport. Police are investigating whether the contents...valued at an estimated $1 million, per TMZ.com...were disturbed.
|Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has been tapped to host the 79th Academy Awards next year, becoming the third celebrity in a row known more for small-screen work to helm Hollywood's salute to motion pictures.
MGM is planning to make Legally Blonde 3...minus Reese Witherspoon.
A musical interpretation of The Little Mermaid will premiere in Denver next summer.
|Sharon Stone has been tapped as the new face of Badgley Mischka's new advertising campaign, replacing the line's prior pitch women, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Zubin Mehta, Dolly Parton, Smokey Robinson, and Steven Spielberg have been tapped as recipients of the 2006 Kennedy
Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz will reunite on the big screen for the first time since The Mask for the romantic comedy A Little Game, which starts shooting next month in New York.
A line of toys based on the Rocky franchise will be unveiled in Philadelphia Thursday in celebration of "Rocky Week."
The feel-good football movie Invincible topped the box office for a second week in a row with an estimated $11.9 million ($15.2 million including Labor Day.) The hyperactive Jason Statham movie Crank came in second with an estimated $10.3 million ($13 million including Labor Day), The Nicholas Cage remake The Wicker Man came in third with an estimated $9.5
million ($11.7 million including Labor Day), and the street basketball drama Crossover came in eleventh with an estimated $3.7 million ($4.5 million including Labor Day.) The Edward Norton/Paul Giamatti magician drama The Illusionist entered the top ten in its third week in sixth place with an estimated $6.3 million ($8 million including Labor Day.)
Jennifer Aniston has reached a confidential settlement with Peter Brandt, the paparazzo she sued for taking topless photos of her last year.
The American Film Institute has named Singin' in the Rain the most memorable movie musical of all time. Moulin Rouge! came it at number 25.
Emilio Estevez has revealed that he is engaged to Sonja Magdevski, People magazine reports. The actor reportedly popped the question around Christmas.
The Vanity Fair cover featuring former mystery baby Suri Cruise was shown on the "CBS Evening News" Tuesday during a feature segment called "Snap Shots." The pic, taken by celebrity photographer Annie
Leibovitz, also features proud parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Meanwhile, Brooke Shields revealed on "The Tonight Show" that she accepted a "heartfelt" personal apology from Cruise over his public criticism of her decision to use antidepressants to treat postpartum depression.
Kim Basinger was ordered to appear before a judge Oct. 4 to answer to allegations that she disobeyed court orders pertaining to her ex-husband Alec Baldwin's visitation time with their 10-year-old daughter, Ireland.
In the latest documents filed in Liza Minnelli's divorce from David Gest, the entertainer has accused her estranged husband of trying to "poison her with drugs" while they were living together. Meanwhile, Gest is claiming that Minnelli hid the fact that she had herpes from him until long after they were married.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources