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Brad Pitt stages mini Grammys show to help New Orleans

Every time he crosses the Claiborne Avenue bridge heading east across the New Orleans Industrial Canal, actor Brad Pitt gets a lump in his throat.From that vantage point, he can look down on a section of the city's Lower Ninth Ward that is ground zero for "Make It Right," a home rebuilding initiative Pitt launched to help people whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which killed 1,500 people and devastated the historic Southern city.Each time I come back to New Orleans and drive over that bridge, I get this swell of joy," Pitt told Reuters, his eyes going watery. "It's means a lot to me to watch that neighborhood take shape.Pitt and his movie star partner, Angelina Jolie, own a house in the city's French Quarter, and they visit the city regularly with their six children.The actor shares his feelings about the city and its recovery with a few thousand people on Saturday evening, as he and comedian Ellen DeGeneres, a New Orleans native, host the ...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 13, 2012
Salmon Fishing film makes impossible seem possible

On its surface, new movie Salmon Fishing in the Yemen,tells of a fishery expert tasked with creating a salmon-filled stream in the Middle East country's waterless desert, but underneath that description is a tale of making dreams come true.The movie, which is based on Paul Torday's 2006 debut novel of the same name, opens in major U.S. cities on Friday with plans to expand around the United States in weeks to come.Its star Ewan McGregor and director Lasse Hallstrom said they were drawn to the project, in part, by its tale of faith, hope and love, and after problems in production, it seems all three were necessary in bringing the tale to theaters.One of the observations of the script is that it is important to try to have faith and hope in making your most impossible ideas becoming possible," Hallstrom told reporters recently.McGregor portrays Fred Jones, a Londoner who is awakened from his gray, dismal life to help an Arab sheik pursue his dream of fly-fishing for salmon near h...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 12, 2012
Elizabeth Olsen reflects on life after Martha Marcy May

One year ago Elizabeth Olsen stepped out of the shadows of her famous sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley, to star in the title role of drama Martha Marcy May Marlene, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and earned her critical acclaim.But the actress appeared in two films at Sundance last year, and it is only now that the second, horror thriller "Silent House," is finally landing in theaters. It opens on Friday.Last year, Olsen was a little-known acting curiosity in a low-budget art house film who was following in the foosteps of her famous twin sisters. Now, she's a bona fide star in her own right having earned best actress nominations from the Independent Spirit Awards and Critics Choice Movie Awards, and "Silent House" is her move into the mainstream horror genre.The film is a re-imagining of the Uruguayan movie "La Casa Muda," and it follows a young woman (Olsen) and her horrifying ordeal over the course of one evening in her family's long-negl...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 09, 2012
Whitney Houston left her fortune to daughter

Whitney Houston, who died suddenly last month in a Beverly Hills hotel room, has left her fortune to her 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, according to the singer's will.Under terms of the will filed late on Wednesday in Atlanta, funds from the singer's estate will be put in a trust to benefit her daughter. The young woman will get part of the principal when she turns 21, more money at age 25 and the balance when she celebrates her 30th birthday. Houston had long guarded against media intrusion into the life of her only child, whose father is entertainer Bobby Brown. But Bobbi Kristina, who turned 19 on Sunday, has been thrust into the spotlight since her mother's death at age 48.Bobbi Kristina has given an interview to Oprah Winfrey that will air on the television personality's OWN cable network this coming Sunday.The singer did not enjoy a very large share of revenues from her work because her label, Sony's Legacy Records, owned the catalog of her albums and paid the sing...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 09, 2012
Michael Jackson files allegedly stolen by hackers

A large number of music files of the late king of pop Michael Jackson were allegedly stolen from record company Sony Music by computer hackers, sources familiar with the case said on Monday.Sony Music, a unit of Sony Corps, signed a deal with Jackson's estate in 2010, the year after the "Thriller" singer's death, to release 10 albums covering previously unreleased material and his back catalogue.The value of the agreement was widely reported to be around $250 million, making it one of the biggest in music history. But sources close to the label have disputed the figure, calling it pure speculation on the part of the press.On Friday, two men appeared in a British court accused of offences connected with the alleged security breach. They were arrested last May and charged in September.James Marks and James McCormick denied the charges under the Computer Misuse Act and the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act at Leicester Crown Court.According to the Serious Organised Crime Age...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 06, 2012
Kardashians named in $5 million QuickTrim lawsuit

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and two of her sisters have been slapped with a $5 million lawsuit alleging they and the makers of QuickTrim diet pills falsely touted the product's effectiveness for losing weight.The proposed class action lawsuit takes aim at the sisters' endorsement deal with the weight loss company. It was filed on Thursday in federal court in New York on behalf of four plaintiffs who used the product.The plaintiffs, who live in New York, California and Florida, stated in their lawsuit that the claims made by QuickTrim and by the Kardashians marketing it were "false, misleading, and unsubstantiated.They added there was no competent and reliable scientific evidence supporting any of these claims.The main ingredient in the pills is a large dose of caffeine, mixed with herbal ingredients never clinically proven as effective, the lawsuit stated.The lawsuit, which was filed by the law firm of Bursor & Fisher, must be certified by a judge as a class action compl...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 03, 2012
Chris Brown brings Fortune to fans in May

R&B singer Chris Brown will release his fifth studio album titled "Fortune" in May, record label RCA said on Thursday, following on from Brown's recent Grammy comeback performance and award win.I hope this album shows growth and positivity to all my fans and will inspire them to live life to the fullest!!! Brown posted on his Twitter this week about the upcoming May 8 album release.Fortune" will follow on from Brown's fourth album F.A.M.E, which was released in March 2011, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned hits such as "Look At Me Now" and "Yeah 3x." Brown also picked up the Grammy award for best R&B album last month.The singer, 22, has been attempting to rework his tarnished image after he was arrested and pleaded guilty to beating ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February 2009. Brown was sentenced to five-year probation, which he is currently mid-way through serving.After publicly apologizing and being invited back to the Gr...

Read More    Posted On : Mar 02, 2012
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck welcome son report

Star couple Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have welcomed their third child, a baby boy, People magazine said on Tuesday, without giving further details.Garner, who made her name in the television drama "Alias, wed actor and producer Affleck in June 2005 at a private ceremony in Turks and Caicos, in the Caribbean. They welcomed their first daughter, Violet, in December 2005, and second daughter Seraphina in 2009.The couple, both 39, announced they were expecting their third child in August last year and while they did not reveal the baby's sex, Garner told chat show host Jay Leno in January this year that they knew.It would be so weird to have a boy," Garner was quoted as having told Ellen DeGeneres. She also said it would be "cool and different.Garner will next appear in the comedy The Odd Life of Timothy Green" later this year. Affleck, who won a Best Screenplay Oscar for Good Will Hunting, which he co-wrote with Matt Damon, next stars in and directs the thrill...

Read More    Posted On : Feb 29, 2012
Billy Crystal Jolies leg boost Oscar audience

Billy Crystal Angelina Jolie's leg and French silent film "The Artist brought the Oscars bouncing back from recent slack viewership, drawing a larger-than-expected 39 million TV viewers and setting social media abuzz.Some 39.3 million Americans watched the Oscars ceremony on television on Sunday, up from the 37.6 million audience in 2011, according to preliminary ratings data.Broadcaster ABC said it was the second largest TV audience for the Academy Awards since 2007.The bigger audience came and stayed tuned-in despite criticism that host Billy Crystal, 63, put on an old-fashioned show, and that the big awards went to "The Artist", a film that few people have seen.The Academy Awards also retained all of its 2011 audience in the 18-49 year-old age group prized by advertisers, and drew more women in that viewer category than last year.The annual Oscars ceremony show is traditionally one of the most watched events on U.S. television but audiences have fallen away in the ...

Read More    Posted On : Feb 28, 2012
Pride sweeps France over Oscar wins for The Artist

France was awash in Oscar celebrations on Monday after "The Artist" won five Academy Awards including the first Best Actor win for a Frenchman, unleashing a wave of national pride.Television stations played The Artist star Jean Dujardin's acceptance speech over and over, Le Monde's front page proclaimed "French triumph in Hollywood" over a photo of the actor raising his statuette in victory , while politicians on the campaign trail sought to capitalise on the excitement.President Nicolas Sarkozy called Dujardin's performance "dazzling," while his Socialist rival for the presidency, Francois Hollande, said the five Oscars won by The Artist made the film a legend of French cinema.The Artist, a French tribute to Hollywood's silent era, clinched the coveted Best Film award, grabbed a Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius and also won for musical score and costume design as well as Dujardin's Best Actor.I've got the feeling of being in a hot bath and I don't...

Read More    Posted On : Feb 28, 2012
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