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Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, Kate Moss and Madonna were among the guests at a Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala in New York. Also on hand at the glitzy fundraiser and dinner Monday were Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Eva Mendes, Renee Zellweger, Gisele Bundchen, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, Victoria Beckham, Kate Bosworth, Josh Hartnett, Blake Lively, Heidi Klum, Rachel Bilson, Kate Beckinsale, Liv Tyler and Katy Perry. Vogue editor Anna Wintour served as co-chair of the...
Josh Hartnett's publicist says the U.S. actor has left the hospital after being treated earlier this week for a gastrointestinal disorder. The 30-year-old Black Hawk Down and Pearl Harbor star was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles early Sunday.
Josh Hartnett's publicist says the actor was admitted Monday to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for observation after complaining of abdominal pain. The 30-year-old actor has starred in the films Black Hawk Down, Blow Dry, Pearl Harbor, Sin City and Lucky Number Slevin. People.com quoted
U.S. actor Josh Hartnett did an adequate job in his London debut as the co-star of a stage production of the movie "Rain Man," stage reviewers say.
U.S. film actor Josh Hartnett reportedly is set to star in a London stage adaptation of the 1988 movie Rain Man later this summer. Hartnett is best known for his roles in the films The Black Dahlia, Lucky Number Slevin, Pearl Harbor and The Virgin Suicides.
By Mike Collett-White VENICE (Reuters) - The Venice Film Festival opens on Wednesday with the world premiere of "The Black Dahlia," a sepia-tinted throwback to 1940s Hollywood based on a grisly real-life murder that remains unsolved to this day.
By Borys Kit LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Marking her first foray into film since finding success on "Desperate Housewives," Teri Hatcher will play a TV executive in the sports drama "Resurrecting the Champ." The story is based on a Los Angeles Times article written by J.R.
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