Singer Avril Lavigne, who is engaged to Chad Kroeger, says she is trying to divide her time between work and wedding plans. Lavigne, 27, will soon release her yet-to-be-titled fifth studio collection, and is enjoying every moment with her singer beau. "I've already been planning the wedding. It's just more meetings than usual, more emails, more phone calls. But it's been good," thesun.co.uk ...
Jennifer Lopez is the latest addition to the cast of "The 33", a film based on the story of survival of the miners trapped for more than two months below ground after a mine collapse in northern Chile, The Hollywood Reporter said Monday. J.Lo joins a cast led by Spanish actor Antonio Banderas, who plays Mario Sepulveda, the charismatic miner who earned the nickname "Super Mario" during the ...
Ibero-American films will not compete in the Shanghai International Film Festival, or SIFF, but will be represented with 18 films in Spanish, Portuguese, Galician, Basque and Catalan, among the more than 300 selected for event. Latin presence will therefore show a sharp drop from 2012, up to now the biggest showing by the Ibero-American film industry, when it had two movies competing - Spain's ...
Singer Miley Cyrus admits she isn't fond of her old records, and says she would love to work as a "new artist". "Right now, when people go to iTunes and listen to my old music, it's so irritating to me because I can't just erase that stuff and start over. My last record (2009's EDM-inflected 'Can't be tamed'), I feel so disconnected from (it)! I was 16 or 17 when I made it," showbizspy.com ...
17 June 2013 150 Warning that the centrifugal force of the Syria crisis continues to imperil the region, a senior United Nations agency official today said that more than half of the Palestinian refugee camps in Syria have become "theatres of war," where killings and kidnappings have become the norm. According to the Commissioner-General of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine ...
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The Earrings of Madame de is Max Ophulss masterpiece, the film that most thoroughly embodies his aesthetic and romantic sensibilities, intertwining the two in a beautiful waltz, which not incidentally, also happens to be the narrative centerpiece of the film. ... ...
Dannii Minogue set the rumor mills rolling that she is planning to re-launch her music career, when she was spotted holding hand-written song lyrics. The Aussie singer was spotted with the notes in an LA street, the Sun reported. The former 'X Factor' judge, 41, has not released a single track since 2007. ...
'Big Brother' star Sallie Axl has waged a sex war against Tulisa by branding the singer "crap in bed". The tattooed blonde admitted that she despises the 'N-Dubz' star since they supposedly clashed on a trip to Marbella, Southern Spain, the Daily Star reported. Axl bashed the former 'X Factor' judge, in a late-night angry outburst, and branded her as a complete dud between the sheets. The ...
Amy Adams has confessed that she was not confident enough after her first breakthrough as Hollywood glitz and glamour was quite different from her past in the Mormon Church. She revealed that she grew up as a Mormon and that had more of an impact on her values than her beliefs, the Sun reported. The 38-year-old star said that she choked and felt a lot of pressure after reaching at the ...
SOUTH PARIS -- The South Paris Parks and Recreation Department has announced the Summer Concerts in the Park schedule which will kick off Wednesday, June 26. Children's concerts begin at 10 a.m.; the evening concerts begin at 6 p.m. All Wednesday concerts are free and open to the public. Bring your own chair or blanket; picnic snacks or meals are allowed. The South Paris Fire Auxiliary will ...
"The Voice" was the most-watched show Monday night Down Under. But its ratings were well-down on last year's massive grand final viewing figures. Some 2.307 million viewers in the five metro cities tuned-in to watch teenager Harrison Craig crowned winner of the second series, according to preliminary ratings from OzTAM. Excluding the announcement, the prime-time finale on the ...
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