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Hollywood Mourns Paul Newman's Death

September 28th, 2008 10:29am EDT
Paul Newman
Hollywood stars Robert Redford, George Clooney and Julia Roberts have led the tributes to movie legend Paul Newman, who lost his battle with lung cancer on Friday.

News of the Oscar winner's death was confirmed by his spokesperson Marni Tomljanovic on Saturday, and the tributes have been flooding in ever since. Redford, who starred with Newman in 1969's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, was one of the first celebrities to comment on the 83 year old's passing.

In a statement issued on Saturday, the Spy Game actor said: "There is a point where feelings go beyond words. I have lo...

Most Underrated & Overrated Celebrity Couples

June 13th, 2008 9:54am EDT
Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman
These days it seems celebrity couples are the most fascinating things on Earth. Real news like wars, famine, genocide, elections, etc. all take a back seat to the coupling habits of the rich and famous. It could be a desire for peons to feel they are part of the scene, or maybe just a general nosiness of the American public. Whatever the case, the flashbulbs are constantly blinding these famous pairs.

It seems whenever anybody with some level of fame decides to become romantically involved with another semi-star it's front page news. When two megawatt stars collide, then the result i...

Robert Redford Dismisses Paul Newman Poor Health Reports

November 7th, 2007 2:47pm EST
Paul Newman
Robert Redford has laughed off reports his actor pal Paul Newman's retirement was the result of poor health, insisting his Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid partner is "doing fine". Newman, 82, announced his retirement in May, blaming memory loss and a lack of confidence for his decision - but he's been keeping busy away from the cameras by challenging Redford to badminton matches.

Redford tells U.S. talk show host Larry King, "Somebody said recently (that) he retired because his health was going bad and this is nonsense. The guy beats me in badminton. He's hardly (ill) - he's doing fi...

Terror Returns As 'The Rage Virus' In The Horrific Sequel '28 Weeks Later'; Win A Copy!

September 18th, 2007 9:00pm EDT
28 Weeks Later
CENTURY CITY, Calif. - Quarantine. Eradication. Sterilization. Repopulation. The terror and devastation unleashed in the groundbreaking horror masterpiece 28 Days Later picks up six months after the Rage virus has decimated London in 28 Weeks Later, the heart-stopping zombie horror sequel that "surpasses the original" (Dallas Morning News). Months after the deadly outbreak annihilated the British Isles leaving only a handful of survivors, the army declares the war against the infection has been won and the reconstruction of the country slowly begins; but as the first wave of refugees r...

Brad Pitt Could Replace Tom Cruise In 'Mission Impossible' Sequel

September 19th, 2006 10:08am EDT
Brad Pitt
Brad Pitt is reportedly being lined up to replace Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible IV. Tom was recently dropped by Paramount Studios dropped because of his "unacceptable conduct" in public and the lackluster box office takings of the third film in the franchise.

Now it seems bosses are set to turn to Brad to rescue the ailing franchise. One industry insider told London Light newspaper: "Mission: Impossible IV will not include Tom's character, agent Ethan Hunt. They're considering a brief mention, saying Hunt retired to live a safe life with his new wife. They're set on Brad taking ove...

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