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2009-06-16 09:11:01

Police in Oklahoma City say actress Jessica Alba won't be charged after plastering posters around town to raise awareness regarding endangered sharks. The investigation has been closed because no one wants to press charges, the police told TMZ Monday. Alba was photographed earlier this month putting up posters of great white sharks in an effort to draw attention to the species' dwindling numbers. While police last week said they considered charging her with vandalism, the Fantastic Four...

2008-10-28 00:00:03

*  (110m | PG-13) Who are these half-wit Hollywood clowns that keep hiring cleavage-candy actresses with no measurable talent to play laughably bespectacled scientists in action movies? This bumbling, big-budget but Z-movie-bad adaptation of Marvel comics' "Fantastic Four" is a train wreck, exemplified by the casting of ring-a-dingy Jessica Alba -- hitherto known for playing dancers and strippers -- as Sue Storm, a 23-year-old "director of genetic research. Sent into space along...

2008-10-02 18:00:18

Hollywood actress Jessica Alba is seen wearing a menacing-looking mask over her mouth in a new ad encouraging young people to express themselves by voting. The 27-year-old actress, who has starred in the films "Fantastic Four" and "Sin City," is also pictured with tears streaming down her face in the ad for the non-profit group known as Declare Yourself. Next to her photo is the phrase, "Only you can silence yourself." "We recognize that to break through the media clutter and get young...

2005-07-12 05:23:55

By Brian Fuson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - The heroes of "Fantastic Four" turned out to be superhuman in more ways than one as the film's scorching debut of $56.06 million helped end a 19-weekend losing streak at the North American box office, according to final data issued Monday. The stellar No. 1 debut of "Fantastic Four" took the industry by surprise, far outdistancing the mid-to-high $30 million range that was anticipated heading into the weekend. The final box office tally...

2005-07-10 13:35:27

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The superhero movie "Fantastic Four" overcame some of the worst reviews of the year to top the North American box office with better-than-expected weekend ticket sales of $56 million, its distributor 20th Century Fox said on Sunday. The News Corp. -owned studio had hoped for an opening in the mid- to high-$30 million range. The film, which cost a little over $100 million to make, is based on characters in the comic book stable of Marvel Enterprises Inc., and had been...

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