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|A Los Angeles man was arrested for allegedly impersonating a federal agent in a bid to get a job protecting Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, prosecutors said.
Eddie Izzard and Chevy Chase are among the comedians taking part in a new Secret Policeman's Ball in support of Amnesty International. The show,
scheduled for Oct. 14 at London's Royal Albert Hall, revives a series that drew attention to the human rights organization in the '70s and '80s.
George Clooney has joined Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel in asking the United Nations Security Council to help stop the killings in Darfur. "Make no mistake, it is the first genocide of the 21st century. And if it continues unchecked, it will not be the last," Clooney said at an informal briefing in New York.
Napolean Dynamite star Jon Heder and his wife, Kirsten, are expecting their first child together, his rep confirmed.
|Sean Penn has stated that his brother, Chris Penn's death was caused by his "some hard living, but particularly weight." The actor, who reportedly weighed 300 pounds at the time of his death, was found in his Santa Monica apartment on Jan. 24.
People has named Jennifer Aniston its best-dressed
woman of 2006, the magazine said Wednesday.
|Beginning Monday, Oscar fans can enter an online contest to win red carpet bleacher seats at the 79th Academy Awards on Feb. 25, 2007.
Jim Carrey and Steve Carell have signed on to voice characters in the upcoming CGI film version of Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who, per the Hollywood Reporter.
The project marks Carrey's first foray into animation.
Peter Jackson has optioned the historical fantasy series, Temeraire...a new fantasy series blending dragons with the Napoleonic Wars.
|Apple have announced the launch of iTunes 7, now with Disney, Pixar, Touchstone, and Miramax movies available for download through the iTunes Music Store.
Jane Fonda told "The Today Show" she sides with the studio executive who blasted Lindsay Lohan's professionalism while filming Georgia
Rule, stating that the letter "was cool" and that the 20-year-old needed someone to tell her to "tone it down." However, Fonda adding that she loves Lohan...though the feeling may no longer be mutual.
ESPN's cameras caught Tom Cruise hanging in the Washington Redskins owner's box with his new business partner Dan Snyder at Monday's showdown with the Minnesota Vikings.
Hollywood good guy Tom Hanks' late ex-wife, Susan Dillingham, claimed the actor harassed her and attempted to kill her career, according to court documents she filed during the duo's lengthy divorce battle in the '80s. The newly unearthed documents are featured in David Gardner's upcoming bio The Tom Hanks Enigma, per the New York Post.
The producer, creator, and director of the fictional documentary Death of a President, which deals with the hypothetical assassination of President George W. Bush and was one of the most buzzed-about movies of the Toronto Film Festival, sold the U.S. distribution rights to Newmarket Films for a reported $1 million.
The Covenant topped the box office with an estimated $9 million, the lowest gross of any number one film since 2003's Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star. The George Reeves death conspiracy biopic Hollywoodland came in second with an estimated $6 million, and the Tony Jaa Muay Tai boxing flick The Protector came in at an estimated $5 million.
Lindsay Lohan has offered a "massive thank you" to paparazzo Darryn Lyons, whose footage of the actress arriving at Heathrow Airport was reviewed by police to recover Lohan's missing purse, Extra reports.
David Gest asked a judge to set aside his prenuptial agreement with estranged wife Liza Minnelli, claiming she hid the fact that she was an alcoholic, infected with herpes, and prone to violence and arguing that he would never have entered into the agreement had he known.
Ben Affleck and Helen Mirren took top acting honors at the Venice Film Festival; Spike Lee won the documentary prize for his Hurricane Katrina film, "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts."
The enormous granny panties famously worn by Renée Zellweger in Bridget Jones' Diary and signed by Hugh Grant being were auctioned off to benefit London's parks.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his wife donated $2 million to his alma mater, the University of Miami, school officials said.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources