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|Dougray Scott and Claire Forlani got engaged last month in Los Angeles, People reports.
Wesley Snipes, who was indicted this week for tax fraud, is hanging out in Namibia, where he has reportedly been filming a movie since the end of August. The country has no extradition treaty with
Washington, officials said Friday.
At 64, Harrison Ford says he feels "fit to continue" playing Indiana Jones in the long-awaited fourth film in the adventure franchise, despite his advancing years.
After years of rumors, the Jim Henson Co. finally are moving forward with a big-screen adaptation of '80s puppet classic "Fraggle Rock," Daily Variety reports.
|Lance Armstrong and Matthew McConaughey denied to Details magazine that they and buddy Jake Gyllenhaal are gay, despite the rumors generated by the plethora of sweaty, shirtless workout photos of the musclebound trio enjoying one another's company. "We tried it. Wasn't for us," McConaughey joked to the
Pregnant director Sofia Coppola has revealed that she and boyfriend Thomas Mars are expecting a daughter in two months' time.
Haley Joel Osment pled no contest to one count of drunk driving and one count of marijuana possession in connection with his late night car crash back in July, according to published reports. The actor was sentenced to three years probation, 60 hours of alcohol counseling, and three months of AA meetings, and fined $1,500.
Kazakhstan's Deputy Foreign Minister Rakhat Aliyev has invited Sacha Baron Cohen, a.k.a. Borat, to visit the country he so often maligns when in character. "I'd like to invite Cohen here," Aliyev said in an interview with Kazakhstan Today. "He can discover a lot of things. Women drive cars, wine is made of grapes, and Jews are free to go to
|Robert Redford is urging California voters to reject Proposition 90, a measure that would amend the state Constitution to make it harder and more expensive for the government to condemn property or pass regulations affecting land values. Redford calls the proposition "the single most dangerous threat that has ever been leveled at our state's
Director Vadim Perelman (House of Sand and Fog), who was charged with groping two women in a city bar, was placed on accelerated rehabilitation, a form of probation that requires no guilty plea and will allow the charges to be dropped and his record cleansed if he stays out of trouble for two years.
Chris Rock's mother, Rose Rock, claims she was racially discriminated against when she was seated but ignored for half an hour in a Cracker Barrel restaurant along the South Carolina coast. The chain has come under investigation in the past for refusing to serve black customers, discriminating against minority workers and firing gay employees. Rock has stated she plans to sue the
Michelle Williams' father, a prominent stock trader and resident of the Virgin Islands, was ordered Wednesday to face a extradition hearing over tax evasion charges in the United States.
Matt Damon is helping to form H20Africa, a charity aiming to raise awareness about Africa's water needs. The actor and the production team behind the upcoming documentary Running the Sahara saw the need for the project while scouting locations for the movie, which follows three ultra-marathoners as they attempt to become the first people to run across the Sahara Desert.
Damon narrates the film.
|Lindsay Lohan was served with a subpoena outside an event Friday by a woman posing as an autograph hunter. Lohan has been called to testify as a witness in a breach of contract suit against her mother, Dina.
Wesley Snipes was indicted on eight counts of tax fraud Tuesday for failing to pay nearly $12
million in taxes and neglecting to file tax returns for six years.
The Hills Have Eyes, The Devil's Rejects, and Saw II all won multiple awards at the fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, a ceremony dedicated to celebrating the best in horror and gore.
Akeelah & the Bee was named Outstanding Motion Picture of the Year at Film Life's 2006 Black Movie Awards; Presley Chweneyagae named Outstanding Actor, Keke Palmer named Outstanding Actress.
Oliver Stone is planning to follow up World Trade Center with a feature film about the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan and the hunt for Osama bin Laden, Paramount Pictures said Monday.
The horror sequel The Grudge 2 topped the box office with an estimated $22 million. The Robin Williams political satire Man of the Year came in third with an estimated $12.5 million, wrestler John Cena's movie The Marine came in sixth with an estimated $7 million, the religious drama One Night with the King came
in ninth with an estimated $4.3 million, and the other Truman Capote movie, Infamous, came in twentieth with an estimated $435,000.
Jennifer Aniston plunked down $15 million for a new abode in Beverly Hills, the Los Angeles Times reports. Meanwhile, Vince Vaughn is threatening to sue several tabloids that alleged he was seen kissing a "mystery blonde" and had ended his relationship with Jennifer Aniston. "Ms. Aniston and Mr. Vaughn had not ended their
relationship either at the material time or since," Vaughn's London-based lawyers said in a statement. "The suggestion that he...has ever been unfaithful to Ms. Aniston [is] false."
John Rutter, the photographer who attempted to sell topless photos of Cameron Diaz he took before she was famous, lost his appeal to have his conviction on perjury and forgery charges overturned. Rutter was sentenced to 44 months in prison in September 2005.
Bruce Willis received the 2,321th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday in a ceremony attended by Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, among others. The ceremony took place one day before the DVD release of Over the Hedge, in which Willis voiced an animated raccoon.
George Clooney was given 2006 American Cinematheque Award and roasted by Hollywood's best Friday night. The tribute is expected to air on AMC Dec. 13th.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources