Wednesday, April 30, 2008


    "One of Hollywood's hottest couples may soon be headed our way. Rumour has it, none other than Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal will be here to star in an epic new flick called "2012". It centres around a group of people who face natural disasters, such as typhoons and volcanoes, that coincide with the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012. Filming is expected to get underway in Los Angeles and in Vancouver in late June. 2012 will hit theatres next year". Source:
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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Juno (her belly) & Bleeker Video

Kim Kardashian At Rosemount Australian Fashion Week

Kim Kardashian Shopping For Shoes At Jimmy Choo

Jennifer Love Hewitt gallery

madonna pics and wallpaper gallery

    Madonna Louise Ciccone Ritchie is an American singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and hollywood actress. She has been dubbed the "Material Girl" and "Queen of Pop" by the media. Madonna was born in Bay City, Michigan to Madonna Louise and Silvio "Tony" P. Ciccone. Madonna is the third of six children; her siblings are Martin, Anthony, Paula, Christopher and Melanie.

    In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Madonna dated Dan Gilroy. In the early 1980s, she also dated her collaborator Stephen Bray. In 1985, Madonna began dating actor Sean Penn and married him later that year.They were officially divorced in September 1989. Madonna began a highly publicized relationship with Warren Beatty while working on the film Dick Tracy early in 1989. In late 1990, Madonna dated Tony Ward. Their relationship ended by early 1991, and Madonna later began an eight-month relationship with rapper Vanilla Ice and also dated basketball player Dennis Rodman in the mid 1990s. In September 1994, Madonna met fitness trainer Carlos Leon who became her personal trainer and lover. On October 14, 1996, Madonna gave birth to Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon in Los Angeles, California. The couple ended their relationship in 1997. Madonna then began dating Andy Bird. On August 11, 2000,Madonna gave birth to a son, Rocco John Ritchie in Los Angeles, California, with Guy Ritchie, whom she had met in 1999. On December 22, 2000, Madonna and Ritchie were married in Scotland.

    Name: Madonna Louise Ciccone
    Nick name: Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone Ritchie, Madonna
    Birth date: 16-08-1958
    Birth Place: Bay City, Michigan, United States
    Genre(s): dance,electronica,Pop,dance-pop
    profession: Singer,musician,songwriter,film producer,record producer, fashion designer, dancer, author, actress

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Monday, April 28, 2008

Look out, Jake!

    "You may not know his name. You may not even know his face. But look out Jake Gyllenhaal – indie prince Joseph Gordon-Levitt is fast becoming one of the hottest properties in Hollywood.

    Like so many of his peers, the 27-year-old almost ended up as road-kill. As a teenager, the actor hated being a celebrity. He hated being pimped out as a poster boy during his six-year stretch on suburban-alien sitcom 3rd Rock From The Sun. At his best, the adult Gordon-Levitt is a stealthy, cerebral performer – always shining without shouting. Recently, he’s been slotting nimbly into studio films like Memento-style heist thriller The Lookout; and Killshot, in which he plays a psychopathic assassin stalking Diane Lane. Next on our screens, though, is Kimberly (Boys Don’t Cry) Peirce’s eagerly anticipated boys-back-from-Iraq drama Stop-Loss, in which Gordon-Levitt co-stars with Ryan Phillippe. To date, he has kept a tight steer on script choices – no youth romps, no flowery rom-coms. Instead he seeks out troubled, edgy roles that showcase his dark side. -Is it Joseph or Joe?
    -It depends who’s talking. And, more importantly, it depends on how they say it. If a pretty French girl wants to call me Josef then I’m down with that. -The new film stuff all happened after a film I did called Manic, which I made in 2001. I played a mentally ill kid. If there was one hurdle then it might have been Manic. -Rian Johnson saw it and cast me in Brick. Gregg Araki also saw it and cast me in Mysterious Skin, which was the first time that anyone had asked me to be sexy.
    -What was it like taking Brick and Mysterious Skin to Sundance in the same year?
    -It’s a cliché to say it, but that was a dream come true. To go to Sundance had been a promise I’d made to myself since I was a kid working on TV. So ten years later when I was able to go there with two movies that I was really proud of, it meant the world to me.
    -Do you lose yourself in your characters?
    -The simple answer is no. Some actors stay in character on set. I think that’s impressive but I’ve never done it. But when I went home at night on Stop-Loss I was still very much in the mood of that character. It’s a strange thing to say about yourself, but I change a lot with different roles. I’m a volatile person.
    -Do you think you’re attractive?
    -[Laughs] That’s not a fair question. How can you answer that without sounding like a tool?
    -Is music crucial to you?
    -Yeah. We’re all made of music. It’s the most basic thing in the universe.
    -Do-Do you Google yourself?
    -Yes. It was a triumphant day for me about a year ago when my website came up first on the Google page under my name. I make short films and put them on there. Now I think it’s number four. -What were your favourite films growing up?
    -Well, Dumbo still hits me harder than just about any other. Dumbo or Bambi couldn’t happen nowadays. In this business where accountants and lawyers are now in charge of how stories get told, the movies are sucking.
    -Are you in the frame to do the live-action Akira with Leonardo DiCaprio?
    -That’s just a rumour. They haven’t finished the script yet. I’m waiting to read it.
    -Are you worried that doing big movies like G.I. Joe will make your life difficult?
    -In what way? In terms of fame. I don’t feel famous. That word gives me the creeps. Personally, I don’t think fame has that much to do with it – it’s about making good movies. When I was younger, if people recognised me, I would lie or hide. I’d rather have just gone to work and then burnt the film. I was a selfish little kid, really. But now I want to do stuff that matters. So when people come up to me and say that a movie I was in made them laugh or cry, it means everything to me".
    "Stop-Loss" is in cinemas from April 25.

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Nora Zehetner (A "Princess")

    Kip Pardue: "Nora plays Princess Ithaca, who is a person who is misunderstood, to say the least, and she lives in a castle on the hill in this kind of idyllic space. My character, William, enters her life by chance actually. And as he enters into her life he realizes that he’s going to play a much bigger role and finds out that Princess Ithaca really does have powers beyond the mere mortals that most of us are. It ends up being this tale of saving mythological creatures from certain disaster, and Princess Ithaca needs William’s help to make the transition to the next princess.-I notice that you’ve both worked on both TV and film, and I was wondering how you feel production on the film set has differed from the TV set and with your relationship to the other actors.
    Nora Zehetner in the indie flick "Fifty Pills"

    N. Zehetner: Actually I do a lot of independent films and they’re on tight schedules too. But I think generally speaking it’s a tighter schedule. We shot this entire thing in four weeks. Luckily Kip and I knew each other before, so we had a nice time in Toronto.
    K. Pardue: I’m sure Nora will embarrass me about the dancing situation.

    N. Zehetner: No, I wasn’t going to. I was going to let you go for it. Well actually we went to a dance lesson, or dance rehearsal, because there is this big choreographed dancing, which was delightful for me, I was thrilled, because I took dance when I was younger, ballet. And so just to be in a dance studio was really fun. Kip was not as pleased to spend the day in a rehearsal studio learning ballroom dancing. And I had my hoopskirt inside out, is what I realized happened, so it didn’t really flow properly. So I was constantly tripping in rehearsal until somebody told me I had it inside out, and I felt pretty silly.-How does it feel to play a part in a Disney fairytale?

    N. Zehetner: It was wonderful for me. I had so much fun. When they sent me the script and it was called it Princess, I was like, please let it be about a real princess. And I read it and it was and I was so excited and I immediately kind of got thrown into this series of fittings where they were building all these dresses on me. And it was just kind of an amazing thing to go into my trailer in the morning in sweats and come out in these gowns with tiaras and masses of hair and it was kind of a fairytale, a little girl’s dream. It was lovely.
    -Could you talk a little bit about the other upcoming projects that you guys have lined up.

    K. Pardue: Nora.

    N. Zehetner: Oh, me first. Ok. I have a film called "Spooner" that they’re just finishing right now. It’s kind of a sweet, quirky kind of romantic comedy with Matthew Lillard. And I did a small part in "The Brothers Bloom", that has an amazing cast.
    It’s a great movie. I just saw it the other day.
    I think it comes out in the fall. I don’t know. Nora and Noah Segan (who played Dode in "Brick") will coincide again in "The Brothers Bloom", -this guy Noah is an underrated intense actor and totally a hottie, keep an eye on him!-

    N. Zehetner: I have a couple of other things lined up to do but I think those are the only ones that are completed. Oh, and "Remarkable Power", I guess. I don’t know what’s going on with that, which Kip is in. "Princess" is obviously a strong fantasy-based movie and I know Nora has been in "Heroes" as well". Source:


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