sábado, 4 de fevereiro de 2006

Sheryl Crow e Lance Armstrong Separam-se

The much anticipated wedding of Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow is officially off.

The couple, who released a joint statement through Armstrong’s spokesman to PEOPLE, are calling it quits after two years of dating and an engagement that lasted a little over five months.

"After much thought and consideration we have made a very tough decision to split up. We both have a deep love and respect for each other and we ask that everyone respect our privacy during this very difficult time," the statement said. Rumors of trouble began surfacing around Christmas, but the couple insisted there was no truth to them and that they were moving forward with wedding plans for this spring.

Crow recently tried on wedding gowns, including a Vera Wang with what she said was “a particularly absurd amount of meringue,” for a photo shoot for Allure magazine and told reporters that she would be marrying her cyclist boyfriend in Austin.

Armstrong, 34, a Texan, and Crow, 43, born in Missouri, shared a ranch in Austin and were said to be planning to live there together after their wedding.

The couple met at a charity event in October 2003 and began dating a short time later. "I knew pretty quickly that I was totally into him,” Crow told PEOPLE in November.

Armstrong proposed to her in Sun Valley, Idaho, in late August in a proposal Crow called “very romantic.”

sexta-feira, 3 de fevereiro de 2006


Heather Locklear e Richie Sambora separam-se

Heather Locklear and her rock-star husband Richie Sambora are splitting up, the actress's rep, Cece Yorke, tells PEOPLE.

"After 11 years of marriage Heather Locklear has filed for divorce from Richie Sambora," says the rep.
"This is a private matter and there will be no further comment at this time." In paperwork filed Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Locklear requests physical custody of the couple's 8-year-old daughter, Ava Elizabeth, with visitation rights for Sambora.
The actress cites "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split. According to the divorce petition, the couple signed a prenuptial agreement that determines how their assets will be divided.
The couple, who were married Dec. 17, 1994 in Paris, were introduced by Locklear's friend, makeup artist Lisa Christy. Seven months later, Sambora, the guitarist for Bon Jovi, popped the question. The day after the proposal, Locklear, who was then starring on Melrose Place, proudly flashed her pear-shaped diamond engagement ring from Cartier while attending the Emmys. They soon set up house in Locklear's airy, four-bedroom home in L.A.

This is the second marriage for Locklear, 44, who split from Motley Crue dummer Tommy Lee in 1993 after nearly eight years of marriage.

This was the first marriage for Sambora, 46, who previously dated Cher. Locklear's TV credits include Spin City, Dynasty and T.J. Hooker.
She recently starred opposite Hilary Duff in The Perfect Man.

quinta-feira, 2 de fevereiro de 2006

Sean e Charlize em Londres

Guests at the Dorchester Hotel in London were bowled over by a heady cocktail of Northern brawn and Southern charm on Wednesday evening, when Sean Bean and Charlize Theron set flashbulbs blazing in the upmarket venue.

Sheffield's favourite son was snapped arm in arm with the South African actress, who made a stunning style statement in a three-piece black silk trouser suit, as they arrived for a photocall to promote their new film North Country. The South African actress has been nominated for an Oscar for her role in North Country.

The blonde bombshell, looking characteristically radiant at the event, assured reporters she doesn't always manage to look quite so perfect, though...

Pois, pois! Está SEMPRE linda!

Boy George sem make-up

Boy George enters no plea to drug charges during Manhattan court appearance

Notícia no exterior!

Bill Gates awarded top Portuguese honour by President Jorge Sampaio

Madonna faz dueto com os Gorillaz pela primeira vez na edição 2006 dos Grammy

A cerimónia de entrega dos Grammy, o principal prémio da indústria fonográfica americana, promoverá pela primeira vez um dueto da cantora Madonna, vencedora do prémio cinco vezes, com o grupo inglês Gorillaz, indicado a quatro Grammies este ano.

A festa está marcada para a próxima quarta-feira, dia 8, no Staples Center, em Los Angeles.
Também estão escalados para shows ou entregas de prêmios Mariah Carey, John Legend, Kanye West (cada um tem oito nomeações), Bruce Springsteen, U2 e Mary J Blige.

O grupo Sly And The Family Stone será homenageado pelos Maroon 5, will.i.am (dos The Black Eyed Peas), Robert Randolph, Steven Tyler e Joe Perry (dos Aerosmith), Joss Stone e John Legend.

Kim Catrall fã do NY Knicks

La actriz Kim Catrall, una de las protagonistas de la afamada serie de televisión Sex and the city asistió a animar a su equipo al encuentro de basketball que enfrentó ayer a Los Angeles Lakers contra los New York Knicks en el Madison Square Garden de NY

Wallace & Gromit: Brinde com champagne!

Wallace & Gromit brindaram com champagne quando souberam que o filme que protagonizam (Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit) é um dos filnes noemados para o Oscar do melhor filme de animação.

quarta-feira, 1 de fevereiro de 2006

Katie Holmes passeia em Hollywood

A pregnant Katie Holmes follows her stomach – to a West Hollywood coffee shop Monday.

Gwen Stefani: mesmo grávida de Stilettos...

In London Monday, Gwen Stefani shows that pregnancy hasn't stopped her in her heels – she wore sky-high stilettos with belted spats on a trip to upscale department store Harvey Nichols.


Garden State costars Zach Braff and Natalie Portman practice making sweet music together at New York City's Public Theater on Monday, where they performed at an event celebrating show tunes.


Halle Berry makes for one well-dressed amateur detective Monday on the New York City set of her movie Perfect Stranger. She plays a woman investigating her friend's murder in the thriller costarring Bruce Willis.

Reacções dos Nomeados aos Oscars

''It felt like I was watching TV in a dream. I'm damn near 37 years old, and I'm jumping up and down on the bed like my 10-year-old. I was a wild man.''--Hustle & Flow's Terrence Howard (na foto), who learned of the nominations by watching them on TV

''He's smooth and he's fantastic and he can dance. I'm looking forward to sharing a dance with Terrence that night.''--Junebug's Amy Adams, who says she's eager to meet nominee Howard at the Oscars

''I'll really enjoy it because it will never happen again.''--Michelle Williams, on being nominated alongside Brokeback Mountain costar and babydaddy Heath Ledger.

''We adore him. The world is better with him in it, and I think the Academy Awards will be better [with him hosting].''--Ledger, saying he and Williams are looking forward to Jon Stewart's emceeing

''I'll be drinking tonight.''--Triple nominee George Clooney

''I guess I'll go have a drink. I don't think my year could get much better… It's a wonderful thing that I got nominated but my performance is kind of meaningless without his. It doesn't make any sense to me, but I don't know how these things work. It's a drag, it's a bummer.''--Paul Giamatti, bemoaning Oscar's snub of Cinderella Man costar Russell Crowe

''It's still 8 in the morning and I'm pregnant. I can't really crack open the champagne. I'll have to have a smoothie or something.''--The Constant Gardener's Rachel Weisz

''I love that they're not tired of me!''--Steven Spielberg, on earning his 10th and 11th career nominations for producing and directing Munich

''My levels of gratitude will be overflowing all day, so I'll be making a mess as they spill all over wherever I go.''--Capote director Bennett Miller

''Waking up this early made me reminisce about being a kid, waking up early to beat traffic, so my siblings and I could make it to auditions. In all those long car rides, I never thought about awards for acting (I didn't know they existed). I was an actor because the work was rewarding. I never imagined that it would all lead to this moment. I don't possess the vocabulary to accurately express the sense of gratitude I feel for this great honor. It's made the entire journey more fulfilling than I ever expected.''--Walk the Line's Joaquin Phoenix

terça-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2006

«O segredo de Brokeback Mountain» lidera nomeações

«O segredo de Brokeback Mountain», do realizador Ang Lee, lidera as nomeações para os Óscares de 2006, incluindo Melhor Filme, Melhor Realizador e Melhor Actor Principal para Heath Ledger. Está nomeado para 8 categorias.

Nomeados para 6 categorias estão: Crash e Good night and good luck.

Capote, Memoires of a Gueisha, Munique e Walk the line estão nomeados para 5 categorias.

O Actor/realizador George Clooney tem 3 nomeações: para melhor actor secundário (Syriana) , Melhor Realizador e Melhor Argumento (Good night and Good Luck).

Para melhor filme do ano estão, então, nomeados. «O segredo de Brokeback Mountain», «Capote», «Crash», «Good Night, and Good Luck» e «Munique».

A cerimónia de entrega dos Óscares realiza-se a 5 de Março, em Los Angeles no Kodak Theatre

78th Academy Awards


"Brokeback Mountain" -- Focus Features/River Road Entertainment; Focus Features Diana Ossana and James Scahamus, producers
"Capote" -- Sony Picture Classics Caroline Baron, William Vince and Michael Ohoven, producers
"Crash" -- Lionsgate, Paul Haggis and Cathy Schulman, producers
"Good Night, and Good Luck" -- Section Eight/2929 Entertainment/Participant Prods.; Warner Independent Pictures Grant Heslov, producer
"Munich" -- Universal Pictures and Dreamworks Pictures Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy and Barry Mendel, producers

Philip Seymour Hoffman, "Capote"
Terrence Howard, "Hustle & Flow"
Heath Ledger, "Brokeback Mountain"
Joaquin Phoenix, "Walk the Line"
David Strathairn, "Good Night, and Good Luck"

Judi Dench, "Mrs. Henderson Presents"
Felicity Huffman, "Transamerica"
Keira Knightley, "Pride & Prejudice"
Charlize Theron, "North Country"
Reese Witherspoon, "Walk the Line"

George Clooney, "Syriana"
Matt Dillon, "Crash"
Paul Giamatti, "Cinderella Man"
Jake Gyllenhaal, "Brokeback Mountain"
William Hurt, "A History of Violence"

Amy Adams, "Junebug"
Catherine Keener, "Capote"
Frances McDormand, "North Country"
Rachel Weisz, "The Constant Gardener"
Michelle Williams, "Brokeback Mountain"

George Clooney, "Good Night, and Good Luck"
Paul Haggis. "Crash"
Ang Lee, "Brokeback Mountain"
Bennet Miller, "Capote"
Steven Spielberg, "Munich"

"Crash," Bobby Moresco and Paul Haggis
"Good Night, and Good Luck," Grant Heslov and George Clooney
"Match Point," Woody Allen
"The Squid and the Whale," Noah Baumbach
"Syriana," Stephen Gaghan

"Brokeback Mountain," Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana
"Capote," Dan Futterman
"The Constant Gardener," Jeffrey Caine
"A History of Violence," Josh Olson
"Munich," Tony Kushner and Eric Roth

Best animated feature film of the year:
“Howl’s Moving Castle” (Buena Vista) Hayao Miyazaki
“Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride” (Warner Bros.) Tim Burton and Mike Johnson
“Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit” (DreamWorks Animation SKG)Nick Park and Steve Box

Best foreign language film of the year:
“Don’t Tell” Italy
“Joyeux Noël” France
“Paradise Now” Palestinian Authority
“Sophie Scholl - The Final Days” Germany
“Tsotsi” South Africa

12ºs Screen Actors Guild Awards

It was actors' choice: The Lost and Desperate Housewives casts took top TV honors, while the cast of Crash claimed the major movie prize as actors honored their own at the 12th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night.

Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line) and Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote) were named best movie actress and actor, respectively, and Desperate Housewife Felicity Huffman was singled out as lead in a comedy series. Sean Hayes, of Will & Grace, won as male lead in a comedy, while 24 star Kiefer Sutherland and Sandra Oh, of Grey's Anatomy, were both named best actors in a drama series.

Came her time at the podium, Witherspoon said her parents thought she was crazy when she first told them that she wanted to become an actor – "They're both doctors" – and she credited June Carter Cash, whom she plays onscreen, for being the real-life rock behind music legend Johnny Cash.

Músico veterano é confundido com o escritor Paulo Coelho durante palestra de Bono Vox em Davos

Durante a palestra de Bono Vox, líder dos U2, no Fórum Econômico Mundial, em Davos, Suiça, a mediadora Becky Anderson permitiu que uma ilustre personalidade que levantava o braço fizesse sua pergunta.
"Olá, Paulo Coelho. Pode perguntar", disse Anderson.
"Adoraria ser o Paulo Coelho, mas meu nome é Peter Gabriel. Muito prazer", respondeu o músico.


Paris Hilton acha que na Europa todos falam francês e desconhece onde fica Londres

Paris Hilton deixou escapar que não tinha conhecimento de que Londres ficava no Reino Unido. E mais: achava que todos na Europa falam francês. A socialite confessou ainda que luta para se lembrar do nome dos amigos, já que conhece um mundo de gente. As revelações foram feitas num lugar nada propício: um tribunal, onde a herdeira se defendia da acusação de inventar uma história no jornal americano "NY Post".
A tal história sugeria que Zeta Graff, que namorou o ex-noivo da socialite, Paris Latsis, começou uma briga com ela num local badalado em Londres. Quando Paris foi perguntada se o ocorrido havia sido no Reino Unido, ela disse:
"Não. Foi em Londres."
Quando o advogado lembrou à moça que Londres era no Reino Unido, ela acrescentou:
"É, isso. Reino Unido. Sei lá."
Paris ainda insistiu que não sabia se a história tinha ido parar na Europa, porque "tudo lá é, tipo, em francês".
"Eu conheço tanta gente. Não sei nem o nome de alguns dos meus amigos."

Tom Cruise nomeado para Pior Actor

Tom Cruise e sua inseparável Katie Holmes aparecem lado a lado na corrida por um dos prémios mais temidos pelas estrelas hollywoodianas, "Razzies" Framboesa de Ouro.
Na 26ª edição do festival, que "honra" as piores produções cinematográficas do ano, os dois concorreram ao título de piores actores de 2005.
O thriller "Guerra dos mundos", remake de ficção científica dirigido por Steven Spielberg, rendeu ao galã a indicação. Cruise já tem em casa um Framboesa de Ouro, pela sua performance em "Entrevista com o vampiro" e, desta vez, compete com Will Ferrell, Jamie Kennedy, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson e Rob Schneider´.
O actor foi também nomeado numa nova categoria: a de personalidade mais irritante em tablóides, "uma homenagem às celebridades de que todos estamos cansados", como disse à "Reuters" John Wilson, presidente da Fundação Framboesa de Ouro.
Já a futura mamã Katie Holmes, debutante no festival, recebeu a indicação pela sua actuação como a justiceira Rachel Dodsom, em "Batman begins" que foi considerada "indigesta" pela bancada de júris. Holmes pode formar, ao lado do noivo, o primeiro casal a ser coroado na história da premiação.