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CHICAGO, Aug. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- In the war of words between Jennifer Aniston and Bill O'Reilly, the most important thing to remember is what's in the best interest and welfare of the children involved.
DALLAS, July 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Topping the BLOCKBUSTERÂ® (Pink Sheets: BLOKA, BLOKB) Hit List of "Top 10 Renting DVD Titles" for the week ending July 18, 2010 is the comedy "Bounty Hunter." Milo is a bounty hunter assigned to find his bail-jumping ex-wife, reporter Nicole.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- OVERVIEW: Sometimes when you least expect it - love happens.
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U.S. movie and television actress Jennifer Aniston, who is divorced from movie star Brad Pitt, admits she's not a fan of dating. Dating sucks, Aniston told TV's Extra. I just don't understand it. I find it bizarre.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Summer 2009 is nearly over, but with at least two more beach weekends before Labor Day, there will be tons of hot celebrities in bikinis and Speedos gracing the covers of our favorite tabloids well into September.
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert Pattinson (who co-stars in November's Twilight sequel, New Moon) and Megan Fox (who stars in the September high school horror-comedy, Jennifer's Body) are among Fandango's Fall 2009's Celebrity Yearbook Award winners.
A bodyguard on the New York set of actress Jennifer Aniston's new movie allegedly keyed a photographer's car, topping weeks of building tension, police said. Police said they are looking for the man who was assigned to protect The Bounty's male lead, Gerard Butler, after witnesses reported the vandalism on the 2003 Infiniti during the weekend, the New York Post reported Tuesday. The vehicle's owner, James Devaney, who works for WireImage, said the incident followed continuous squabbling...
U.S. actress Jennifer Aniston has signed up to star in Goree Girls, a film about a jailhouse female country music band, Variety.com reported. The 1940s-set movie is based on a true story about eight women who formed a band behind bars, became popular and were eventually pardoned for their crimes.
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