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2011-03-01 15:59:00

LONDON, March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Pictures announced today that principal photography begins March 14 on 47 Ronin, the new epic 3D fantasy-adventure inspired by ancient Japan's most enduring tale.

2010-07-19 20:50:00

DETROIT, July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The first game by C-Rock Productions is based on an idea created 3 years ago, or just before the iPhone was announced. It was originally conceived as a card game.

2010-03-05 02:00:00

HASSELT, Belgium, March 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Stijn Helsen was asked to design the outfit for Keanu Reeves, Danny Houston and Lenny Kravitz for the Oscars in Los Angeles this weekend.

2009-09-15 20:19:50

The U.S. cable television network Encore said Tuesday it plans to celebrate the career of the late Patrick Swayze by screening several of his films. Swayze died Monday of pancreatic cancer. He was 57. Encore said it plans to air City of Joy, Youngblood and Point Break, starting Saturday afternoon.

2009-05-09 14:06:07

U.S. actor Keanu Reeves has been pegged to star in a planned new film version of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.

2009-04-18 20:32:00

"King of the Beach" Al Unser Jr.

2009-04-17 21:15:00

PEOPLE Magazine Makes "Pole Award" $15,000 to Charity of Top Qualifier LONG BEACH, Calif., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- World Champion professional skateboarder Danny Way posted the fastest celebrity qualifying time to earn the pole position in the 33rd annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race.

2009-02-27 16:28:56

A spokesman for David Beckham said the soccer star did not give consent for his image to be used in a Chinese commercial for an impotence drug. Footage of Beckham from a television interview was paired with Chinese dubbing in the advertisement to make it appear that the British athlete is promoting the impotence drug, which is marketed as a competitor to Pfizer's Viagra, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday. You want to know how I keep myself hard on the pitch? a voice asks in Chinese while...

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