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|John Travolta and Katie Cassidy are still attached to the big-screen adaptation of Dallas, but...per Variety...pretty much everyone else is out, including Luke Wilson and Shirley MacLaine. Jennifer Lopez jumped ship months ago, and Gurinder Chadha, the project's second director, is also rumored to be considering dropping out.
Indian police has upped the security for Angelina Jolie after a car in her convoy was involved in an accident that left a 19-year-old motorcyclist slightly injured, authorities said Friday. The actress, along with Brad Pitt and their children, are in Pune, India, filming A Mighty Heart.
Shrek is coming to the Great White Way in a new production titled Shrek: The Musical. The play is aiming for a 2008 debut.
|TMZ.com has reported that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department obtained a search warrant and raided the home of Deputy James Mee, the cop who arrested Mel Gibson, because they believe he leaked the original arrest report that detailed Gibson's anti-Semitic rant. Meanwhile, Gibson told Diane Sawyer that
he has apologized "more than anyone I know" and feels "it's getting old."
Hilary Duff and her boyfriend, Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden, are seeking restraining orders against a 50-year-old Russian man and his teenage roommate, alleging the guys are obsessed with them. Court papers state that the younger of the supposed perpetrators has declared his
love for Duff and said that Madden is standing in his way.
A judge has refused to dismiss 12 misdemeanor counts of contempt against Kim Basinger Wednesday. The actress is accused of failing to comply with court orders in her custody fight with Alec Baldwin. If convicted, she could serve up to 60 days in jail and pay a $12,000 fine.
Roger Ebert is hoping to recover from cancer surgery in time for the Academy Awards and the Cannes Film Festival, according to a letter published Thursday in the Chicago Sun-Times.
After California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was booked on Wednesday's "Tonight Show with Jay Leno," his Democratic opponent, Phil Angelides, complained he should get equal face time on the program. NBC issued a statement, claiming to be exempt from equal time rules because the "Tonight Show" is a news program.
|NBC News has reported that a car Angelina Jolie was riding in hit a man on a motorbike Wednesday in India, where the actress and husband Brad Pitt are shooting the Daniel Pearl biopic A Mighty Heart. The 19-year-old who toppled over told reporters that Jolie's driver had been trying to avoid a pack of
Mel Gibson told Diane Sawyer that he hasn't had a drink in 65 days and called his infamous anti-Semitic rant "the stupid ramblings of a drunkard" in an interview scheduled to air Thursday and Friday on "Good Morning America."
Sharon Stone has signed on to host the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Olso, Norway on Dec. 11.
Ellen Barkin sold off her jewelry from her six-year marriage to Ron Perelman through Christie's Tuesday for more than $20 million.
|Feb. 16 trial date has been set for Kim Basinger, who's facing a dozen misdemeanor contempt charges for allegedly getting in the way of ex-husband Alec Baldwin's visiting time with their 10-year-old daughter, Ireland. Baldwin is expected to testify, while Basinger has waived her right to be present during the trial.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt continued their tour of global goodwill by donating $100,000 to the Daniel Pearl Foundation on Tuesday, which would have been the slain journalist's 43rd birthday, People reports.
|Martin Scorsese's all-star crime drama The Departed came in with an estimated $27 million to take the top spot at the weekend box office, followed by the horror prequel Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning with an estimated $19.15 million. Dane Cook and Jessica Simpson's Employee of the
Month, meanwhile, took in just an estimated $11.8 million to settle in fourth place.
Evan Almighty, the big screen follow-up to Bruce Almighty, starring Steve Carrell, is on track to become the most expensive comedy of all time, with the budget expected to hit $250 million, per the Los Angeles Times.
Tim Allen tied the knot with his girlfriend of five years, actress Jane Hadjuk, in Grand Lake, Colorado, Saturday.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard avoided eviction from their $5,000-a-month Manhattan apartment despite two of the building's owners claiming that the duo didn't have a valid lease, per the New York Post. A judge ruled in favor of the twosome, saying that their lease was valid.
The Kennedy family has voiced their support for Bobby, the Emilio Estevez-helmed movie centering on the days leading up to Bobby Kennedy's assassination.
A bodyguard for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie reportedly manhandled a British photographer attempting to snap photos of the couple as they left their hotel in India, with the incident later airing on Indian TV. The couple is currently abroad prepping for production of A Mighty Heart, the biopic of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources