quinta-feira, 13 de março de 2008

Taking a seat between takes, Natalie Portman tries to stay warm on the Coney Island, N.Y., set of New York, I Love You, which is directed by her The Other Boleyn Girl costar Scarlett Johansson.

This one is for you (yes, YOU, you know who!) look at the picture and see who's really more beautiful... Her or ME!

It's getting serious!

Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal embrace their time together, spending Wednesday afternoon at the farmers market in Pacific Palisades, Calif. During their trip, the pair picked up fresh fruit and even a bouquet of flowers.

Está mesmo... Já nem disfarçam, os pombinhos!

Halle Berry relaxa no fim da gravidez

Actriz pede peixe com batata frita em restaurante de Beverly Hills

A gravidez de Halle Berry já está bem no finzinho e ela parece mais disposta a relaxar do que se preocupar com ajustes finais. A atriz foi vista nesta quarta, 12, pedindo seu prato preferido – peixe com batata frita – no restaurante Cheesecake Factory, em Beverly Hills. Acompanhada de dois guarda-costas e uma mulher mais velha, a atriz parecia estar num bom dia. Ela deixou de gorjeta 50% do valor da conta.

Clooney group gives $500,000 to Darfur relief

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A charitable group co-founded by Hollywood actors George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon, has given $500,000 to the United Nations World Food Program to help stem hunger, an affiliated organization said on Thursday.
The World Food Program (WFP) uses helicopters to send support people and food to northern Sudan and, more specifically, into the Darfur region that has been seen a huge influx of refugees in recent years as war ravaged the area.
"Without immediate additional funding, humanitarian aid in the region will be crippled," Clooney said in a statement, noting that it is a critical time in Darfur.
Friends of the World Food Program, which is a nonprofit group that helps build support for the UN group, said the Clooney-backed charitable group known as Not On Our Watch gave $1 million to the WFP in 2007.
Not On Our Watch also was co-founded by actor Don Cheadle and producer Jerry Weintraub. Many Hollywood stars and people around the world have become involved in humanitarian efforts to help the refugees in Darfur.
Friends of the World Food Program said the WFP needs $77 million in 2008 to sustain its operations. The WFP expects to support some 180,000 aid workers from 180 agencies in Sudan, and about 70 percent of that is in Darfur.
The region has been at the center of a bloody conflict between the Sudanese government, which has armed militias of mostly Arabs known as the Janjaweed, and non-Arab rebels.
Experts believe some 200,000 people have died in the conflict and 2.5 million have been driven from their homes since fighting began in 2003.

Final Potter film split in half

The Potter films have made around £2.2bn at the box office.
The seventh and final Harry Potter book will be adapted for the big screen in two parts, Warner Bros has confirmed.
The announcement comes after producer David Heyman admitted it was impossible to cram Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows' 608 pages into a single movie.
"You cannot remove elements of this book," he told the Los Angeles Times.
Fans of the series have been left disappointed in the past when key scenes, including Quidditch matches, were excised for the film adaptations.
Star Daniel Radcliffe told the Los Angeles Times that splitting JK Rowling's final book in two was the only sensible option for the film-makers.
"There have been compartmentalised subplots in the other books that have made them easier to cut - although those cuts were still to the horror of some fans," he told the paper.
"The seventh book doesn't really have any subplots. It's one driving, pounding story from the word go."
In a statement, Jeff Robinov, president of Warner Bros, added that the split release was "the best way to do the book, and its many fans, justice".

'Exhilarating journey'
The Kill Bill strategy will also have the benefit of boosting profits at the film studio.
The first five movies have made $4.5 billion (£2.2 billion) worldwide - making it the biggest film franchise in box office history, surpassing both James Bond and Star Wars.
Filming for the sixth chapter in the series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, began in September last year.
It is being directed by David Yates, who will also helm the final two films.
"I consider it a great privilege to continue to bring Jo's extraordinary world to the screen, and to be the director to complete this epic and exhilarating journey," he said.
The first instalment of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows is due in autumn 2010, with part two scheduled for the following summer.

Boa forma de se fazer AINDA mais dinheiro! E eu lá estarei a contribuir...

domingo, 9 de março de 2008


This just made us giggle!!!!

People has a preview of George Clooney's new cover story for Esquire magazine.
When Esquire discovers a Web site that calls Clooney "gay, gay, gay," the good-natured actor quips, "No, I'm gay, gay. The third gay – that was pushing it."

Cute and funny... Who can ask for anything more???!!!