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20 Celebrities Who've Been Married 5 Times Or More

May 30th, 2014 1:15am EDT
20 Celebrities Who've Been Married 5 Times Or More
Reality star Kim Kardashian wed for the third time last weekend, but that's nothing in terms of Hollywood marriages. Many stars have walked down the aisle four, five or even nine times. Hopefully, these stars have strong prenuptial agreements in place!

"Fargo" star Billy Bob Thornton has been married five times, most famously to actress Angelina Jolie. She was his last, and final, wife. The pair met on the set of "Pushing Tin," and he broke off his engagement to actress Laura Dern to be with Jolie. The couple made headlines for their bizarre behavior, including wearing vials of each other...
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Celebrities That Turn 30 in 2012

January 2nd, 2012 8:00am EST
Celebrities That Turn 30 in 2012
It's hard to believe for many of us the 1982 was 30 years ago. In that year, Ronald Reagan was President, Joe Montana was the Superbowl XVI MVP and the space shuttle Columbia made its first mission.

In movies, E.T., Tootsie and Gandhi ruled the box office while Chariots of Fire took best picture at the Academy Awards that year. Also taking home Oscar gold for best actor and actress in 1982 respectively were Katharine Hepburn and Henry Fonda for On Golden Pond. In music Michael Jackson released Thriller which sold more than 25 million copies, becoming the biggest selling album in history.

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Jane Fonda: 'I Was Brought Up To Feel Fat'

August 8th, 2011 11:27am EDT
Jane Fonda
Actress Jane Fonda developed a negative body image after overhearing her actor dad Henry criticize her looks.

The Barbarella star was "traumatized" after the screen legend made a disparaging remark about her body, and insists the incident contributed to a lifelong obsession with her appearance.

She tells Britain's You magazine, "I was brought up to feel fat, though my father wouldn't tell me directly - he'd get one of his wives (Fonda married five times) to tell me that I shouldn't wear a bikini. One day, I overheard him talking about me and I can't even tell you what he said because it...
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'Five Films' – In Memory Of Sidney Lumet

April 11th, 2011 10:51am EDT
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Sidney Lumet: 1924-2011: The movies have lost one of their magical masters. Dramatic wunderkind Director Sidney Lumet, who sadly died on Saturday April 9, 2011 at the age of 86 after suffering from lymphoma, was a classic old school filmmaker. Making interesting stories and the characters within his focus, Lumet was the maestro behind such work as "Network," "The Verdict" and "Dog Day Afternoon," with his films tallying an impressive thirty-six nominations and whopping thirty-three wins. And even though he never won an Oscar for his amazing directing (he got the 'Honorary Award' in 2005)...
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Iconic Filmmaker Sidney Lumet Dead At 86

April 10th, 2011 7:38am EDT
Sidney Lumet
Legendary director Sidney Lumet has died at the age of 86.

The critically-acclaimed filmmaker passed away on Saturday morning at his New York home after a battle with lymphoma.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to actor/director Baruch Lumet and dancer Eugenia, he began his career as a child actor, appearing in a number of Broadway plays, including 1935's Dead End and The Eternal Road.

He made his movie debut at the age of 11, in Yiddish short film Papirossen, but halted his acting dreams to serve in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Upon his return, he became involved in Off-Broadwa...
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Election Movies: When Real Life Campaign Drama Isn't Enough

September 11th, 2008 9:30am EDT
Election
Somehow, if you think that the American political system doesn't have enough pageantry or drama, the only possible place for you to turn are the movies. You can find a campaign movie for just about every level of politics. For the most part, they all tell the same story. You have your candidate, and there's an election going on, and from high school to the presidency, there's going to be a debate on using negative campaigning, a starry-eyed speech about sticking to your ethics, and then some sort of sex scandal. Sounds about right.

Election (1999)

It seems that the chance for a pe...
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Kanye West Up Against Same Band That Beat Him At Last Year's Euro VMA's

August 27th, 2007 6:00pm EDT
Kanye West
Defying all odds, the phenomenal video for Justice's breakout single 'D.A.N.C.E.' has been nominated for Video Of The Year at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards, taking place Sunday, September 9th in Las Vegas.

Justice join the company of Beyonce, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Amy Winehouse, and previous arch-nemesis Kanye West, who famously stormed the stage after losing to Justice at the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Video.

The visually groundbreaking video for 'D.A.N.C.E.' pairs Justice's patented futurist disco with a rotating cast of vibrant t-shirt illustrations directed...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 16

May 16th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Janet Jackson
Happy Birthday to TV actress Tori Spelling (1973), "Angel" star David Boreanaz (1971), Aussie singer/actress Danielle Spencer (19780), pop icon Janet Jackson (1966), Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic (1965), "White Men Can't Jump" actress Rosie Perez (1963), "Terms of Endearment" star Debra Winger (1955), "The Matador" star Pierce Brosnan (1953), flamboyant pianist Liberace (1919; d. 1987), and prolific screen legend Henry Fonda (1905; d. 1982).
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AFI To Count Down The 100 Greatest Movies Of All Time

January 19th, 2007 11:17am EST
Casablanca
American Film Institute (AFI) today announced the 10th annual installment of its Emmy Award-winning "AFI's 100 Years..." series. "AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies -- 10th Anniversary Edition" will count down the 100 greatest movies of all time in a three-hour television event on CBS in June.

The program will consider classic favorites and newly eligible films released from 1996 to 2006. AFI will undertake this program every 10 years to mark changing cultural perspectives.

"AFI has created the most comprehensive and credible examination of excellence in American film with the AFI's 10...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 16

May 16th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Krist Novoselic
Happy Birthday to TV actress Tori Spelling (1973), "Angel" star David Boreanaz (1971), Aussie singer/actress Danielle Spencer (19780), pop icon Janet Jackson (1966), Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic (1965), "White Men Can't Jump" actress Rosie Perez (1963), "Terms of Endearment" star Debra Winger (1955), "The Matador" star Pierce Brosnan (1953), flamboyant pianist Liberace (1919; d. 1987), and prolific screen legend Henry Fonda (1905; d. 1982).
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