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News 10/08/2006

Diane Sawyer's two-part interview with Mel Gibson is set to air on "Good Morning America" Oct. 12 and 13, his first time speaking to the media since his DUI arrest.

Sienna Miller has apologized for comments she made to Rolling Stone about the city of Pittsburgh while shooting on location, claiming the following diatribe was taken out of context: "Can you believe this is my life? Will you pity me when you're back in your funky New York apartment and I'm still in Pittsburgh? I need to get more glamorous films and stop my indie year."

Whale Rider star Keisha Castle-Hughes, 16, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Bradley Hull, per People. The Oscar nominee was 13 years old when she met her 19-year-old beau.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie arrived in India to prepare for production on A Mighty Heart, the biopic of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. Jolie plays his widow and Pitt produces the flick.

Newmarket Films are facing a tough sell to get the faux documentary Death of a President into movie theaters. Several chains have refused to play the film, which features real news segments mixed with dramatized scenes in the aftermath of a 2007 President Bush assassination.

A Los Angeles deputy district attorney has been ordered off the death penalty case of Jesse James Hollywood, the youngest person ever to make it on the FBI's most-wanted list, after it was revealed he shared confidential files with producers of the biopic Alpha Dog.

Warner Bros. will release Superman Returns on DVD Nov. 28, with more than three hours of bonus features, including a "Resurrecting Jor-El" featurette.

Jack Black has optioned the rights to the New York Times article "In College Football, Big Paydays for Humiliation," about mediocre college teams that profit from getting beat by higher ranked universities.

Franka Potente has been tapped to star in Pope Joan as the titular female Catholic leader, per Variety. The film is adapted from Donna W. Cross' same named bestseller and chronicles a medieval woman who passes herself off as a boy and quickly climbs the religious ranks.

News 10/05/2006

The entire wardrobes of Jake Gyllenhaal, Heath Ledger, and Michelle Williams from Brokeback Mountain are being auctioned off at the Human Rights Campaign's 10th Annual Dinner in Washington, D.C., this Saturday, with proceeds benefiting the gay rights organization. The duds can be bid on at www.seenon.com.

Julia Roberts has been tapped to present George Clooney with the 2006 American Cinematheque Award Oct. 13.

Chris "Ludacris" Bridges has signed on to star opposite Vince Vaughn in the Santa's-brother's-a-loser flick, Fred Claus, per the Hollywood Reporter. The rapper-actor will star as an angry elf.

Tamara Dobson, who starred as the titular kung-fu fighting agent in the blaxploitation flick Cleopatra Jones, passed away Monday from complications with pneumonia and multiple sclerosis. She was 59.

News 10/04/2006

Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard welcomed daughter Ramona in New York Tuesday night.

Kim Basinger pled not guilty to 12 misdemeanor counts of criminal contempt for allegedly disobeying court orders regarding ex-husband Alec Baldwin's visitation rights with their 10-year-old daughter, Ireland. The LA Confidential Oscar winner is facing up to 60 days in jail and a $12,000 fine if convicted on all charges.

Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz are pulling out of their much hyped big-screen reunion, the dramedy A Little Game Without Consequence, due to "substantive creative differences," per the Hollywood Reporter. It's the third Carrey film to get axed in pre-production this year.

Les Misérables will kick off yet another revival on Broadway, raising its curtains Oct. 24, while next week the London production surpasses Cats as the longest-running musical in the world, having been in business for 21 years.

News 10/03/2006

Crash cop Jennifer Esposito and Wedding Crashers actor Bradley Cooper have announced their intention to tie the knot, per People magazine. It will be the first marriage for both.

Kevin Costner is taking two former business partners to court over a battle for sole ownership of a South Dakota restaurant-casino which houses costumes donned in each of the actor's films. The men are holding off on selling their share until the actor coughs up more money.

Producers of The Bourne Ultimatum, the third installment of the Matt Damon-as-amnesiac-spy series, has extended an offer to Gael García Bernal to become the film's bad guy, per the Hollywood Reporter. The story centers on Jason Bourne's discovery of an unknown connection to his past and entanglement with a rival superkiller.

George Clooney told Vanity Fair of his plan to either thwart paparazzi credibility or live out every man's fantasy: "I want to spend every single night for three months going out with a different famous actress. You know, Halle Berry one night, Salma Hayek the next, and then walk on the beach holding hands with Leonardo DiCaprio."

Chris Rock will receive the Comedian Award, honoring his career in funny from the Comedy Festival Nov. 17.

Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is set to star alongside Hugh Jackman and Ewan McGregor in The Tourist, a psychological thriller set in seedy New York sex clubs.

Victoria Sellers, the 41-year-old daughter of the late Peter Sellers, was arrested Monday on immigration violations and will be deported back to Britain. In 2002, an immigration judge ordered her removed from the country due to a criminal conviction, and she's been living in the U.S. illegally ever since.

News 10/02/2006

The computer-animated movie Open Season topped the box office this weekend with an estimated $23 million. The Coast Guard movie The Guardian came in second with an estimated $17.7 million, the Billy Bob Thornton/Jon Heder comedy School for Scoundrels came in with an estimated $9.11 million, and the Christian football movie Facing the Giants came in twelfth with an estimated $1.4 million.

Robin Williams is claiming Mel Gibson was his inspiration to enter rehab earlier this summer, telling "Access Hollywood," "Well, if [rehab] was good enough for him, I'll go. I just think it was kind of like, well, he's in, let's go now."

Crash star Matt Dillon told reporters that "racism in America is obviously a problem," but that race relations are nonetheless "cathartic."

Netflix is offering a $1 million prize for the best software-based recommendation to improve its movie offering system.

New Line has set a Jan. 2 release date for Snakes on a Plane.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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