Entertainment News Archive - June 06, 2009
IRVINE, Calif., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- VIZIO, America's #1 HDTV and Consumer Electronics Company, announced today that the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California has denied attempts by Funai Electric Company, Ltd.
CEllufun's Social Games AVAILABLE FOR FREE ON NEWEST SMART PHONE SMASH HIT "MADE OFF" BILKING MILLIONS FROM PALM USERS STARTING TODAY NEW YORK, June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Palm Inc.'s fortunes lie in the success of its new Pre smart phone.
The U.S. film studio Weinstein Co.
A Russian Embassy official says Lithuania is honoring the Days of Russia with weeks of celebratory events. Tatiana Shlychkova, the Russian Embassy in Lithuania's minister-counselor, said Saturday's 7-hour gala concert in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius will represent the start of scores of Days of Russia events that will last until June 21. The festivities, which will last until June 21, are held in Lithuania for the seventh time.
A manager of a Bangkok hotel says U.S.
Professional dancer Cheryl Burke, known for her performances on the US TV series Dancing with the Stars, says she enjoys her new figure.
US actress Selena Gomez, star of the Disney series Wizards of Waverly Place, says there was no particular reason for her Twitter post about tough times.
Premieres of two USA Network TV series helped the U.S.
British actress Rachel Weisz says people facing hard times need entertainment to help them escape from their stressful lives. The 39-year-old actress can now be seen on screen in the film, The Brothers Bloom, which she describes as a lighthearted film about a con artist job, Parade magazine reported online Saturday. It's such hard times right now, people need to escape, Weisz said.
American Idol judge Paula Abdul says she is not sure if she will be returning to the popular US TV series for another season.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.