"No, I don't wanna see any of that... If you believe the good ones you say, 'Hey, oh my God, look how fabulous I am!' Just as soon as you do that there's going to be one that says, 'That's the worst thing I've ever seen.' If you believe one, you have to believe the other." Veteran actress JUDITH LIGHT refuses to read reviews of her upcoming performance in Broadway play LOMBARDI, set to debut on 21 October (10).
The Oscar-winner has been spotted cuddling up to the Unfaithful star during breaks from filming their movie Dark Tide in Europe - and now she's taking their rumoured relationship to the next level.
Berry and Martinez were reunited in Los Angeles on Thursday (07Oct10) after a week apart and she took Martinez to meet her mother, Judith.
A source tells People.com, "It was a big deal that Olivier got to meet Halle's mom. It shows that they are getting more serious."
Later, the pair visited French Art gallery Marcelita L'Art et Le The in West Hollywood to socialise with pals.
Studio executives at Warner Bros. recently acquired the film rights from Belushi's estate and have hired Phillips to work on his life story with The Pursuit of Happyness screenwriter Steven Conrad.
Phillips will produce the picture, while a director has yet to be appointed, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor's widow, Judith Belushi Pisano, will serve as executive producer.
Belushi died from a drug overdose in 1982, at the age of 33.
He has previously been the focus of another biopic, 1989's Wired, which was based on the 1985 book Wired: The Short Life and Fast Times of John Belushi.
The film, featuring Fantastic Four star Michael Chiklis, did not receive the backing of the actor's estate and bombed at the box office upon its release.
Paparazzi photographers Yuri Cortez and Rolando Aviles sued the stars in September (09) after claiming bodyguards had shot at them, shattering the rear window of their vehicle, as they attempted to take unauthorised pictures of the ceremony, which took place last April (09).
Members of Brady's security team spotted the snappers and demanded they hand over their cameras - but the pair attempted to make a fast escape by jumping into a sports utility vehicle, prompting the guards to open fire.
Cortez and Aviles, both citizens of Costa Rica, accused Bundchen and Brady of negligence in hiring and training the security team and filed papers in a New York court, demanding more than $1 million (£666,000) in damages.
But the case was dismissed by New York State Supreme Court Justice Judith Gische on Wednesday (26May10) after she declared there was no reason for the lawsuit to be tried in the U.S.
Gische says, "This complaint must otherwise be dismissed because the court does not have personal jurisdiction over either of the defendants. Costa Rica is a substantially more convenient forum for the parties' disputes than New York."
Cohan passed away on Wednesday (19May10) in Pacific Palisades, California after suffering complications from large cell lymphoma, reports Daily Variety.
The screenwriter began his career as an assistant director/stage manager at U.S. TV network ABC before being drafted into Universal Television's documentary division.
He moved into sitcoms in the 1970s, writing for programmes including The Odd Couple, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and All In The Family. He also directed, produced and wrote episodes of The Bob Newhart Show.
He and his partner Blake Hunter created the Tony Danza series Who's The Boss? in 1984, and also co-created Silver Spoons.
Who's The Boss? star Judith Light has paid tribute to Cohan in a statement which reads: "Marty was such a rare treasure in our business: not only brilliant and funny but with a huge heart and unfailingly kind."
He is survived by his wife Dawn, a son and daughter, two stepchildren and a sister.
Mitchell lost her battle with cancer on 10 February (10). No further details have been released about her death.
The Louisiana-born novelist boasted a string of literary credits including A Wilderness of Monkeys, Love Is Not a Safe Country and The Covenant.
She also wrote and executive produced a string of U.S. TV shows and movies, including 1995 TV movie Young at Heart, Desperate for Love, in 1989, and Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg, in 1994.
She is survived by her husband, Jeremy Tarcher, a daughter and two sons.
Police have launched an investigation into the disappearance of Andrew Koenig, who starred in 1980s TV sitcom Growing Pains, after he missed his flight home from Vancouver to Los Angeles on 16 February (10), the same day as his last known sighting. Detectives also claim his cell phone and bank card were last used on 16 February (10).
Local authorities have been combing the area for the 41 year old after receiving a number of reported sightings from locals on Vancouver Island.
His parents Walter and Judith Koenig flew into the city on Tuesday (23Feb10) to take part in a press conference at the Vancouver Police Department on Wednesday (24Feb10).
During the televised appeal, Koenig fought back tears as he begged Andrew to call just to assure them he is alive and well.
He said, "I just want to know you're OK. If it means you just want to stay here (in Vancouver), that's OK. You don't have to come back. Just let us know that's your intention."
Andrew, who suffered from depression, is reported to have cleared out his Venice, California apartment just days before he travelled to Vancouver.
After making a sparkling debut in 2004 with his first feature film the slacker comedy Napoleon Dynamite offbeat writer-director Jared Hess seemed poised for a fruitful career as an earnest more accessible alternative to hipster auteur Wes Anderson. But he stumbled a bit with his sophomore effort the uneven Mexican wrestling flick Nacho Libre despite Jack Black’s desperate mugging for laughs. And he falls apart completely with his latest comedy the crude maddeningly insipid Gentlemen Broncos.
It’s a shame too because Gentlemen Broncos held so much potential. Its trailers promised a lively battle of wits between a pompous sci-fi author played by Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement and the teenage protege (Michael Angarano) from whom he plagiarized his latest bestselling novel. It could have been Hess’s Rushmore. But what the trailers don’t tell you is that Clement plays merely a supporting role in Gentlemen Broncos and that his character Dr. Ronald Chevalier virtually disappears after the film’s splendid setup. Clement is by far the best part of the film and when he isn’t on the screen the story devolves into an increasingly irksome blend of manufactured quirk and lame sight gags. Hess’s sense of humor has regressed to sub-adolescent levels with Gentlemen Broncos. Defecating snakes breast-puncturing blowdarts and jars of human testicles are just a few of the lowbrow delights that await the brave soul who attempts to make it through a viewing. When Clement returns at the end of the film and mounts a quixotic attempt to rescue it from the mire his heroic effort is sadly for naught: The disastrous fate of Gentleman Broncos was sealed long before.
Dominic Bando fought with the Stargate: Atlantis star, a former model, at the Bird Cafe in Los Angeles in 2008 and left the actor needing medical attention. Momoa required 140 stitches.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Judith Champagne sentenced Bardo to a five-year state prison term and set a restitution hearing for next month (Nov09).
Marc Ecko and Carolina Herrera, in conjunction with the Council of Fashion Designers of America, head up a live auction on eBay to raise money for breast cancer. Titled "Style and Sound: Case for a Cause," various designers will design iPod cases while their celebrity counterpart will compile a play list for the corresponding iPod to be auctioned off on eBay.
Each iPod case will come complete with an iPod courtesy of Apple computers and a playlist full of songs handpicked by various celebrities. Ecko says, "I wanted to become involved in bringing new energy to the organization using art, music, and youth culture. I also wanted to do something with an impact to make a difference."
The designer and celebrity pairings include Marc Ecko with Mary J. Blige; Carolina Herrera with Renee Zellweger; Betsey Johnson with Cyndi Lauper; Cynthia Rowley with Maggie Gyllenhaal; Luca Orlandi of Luca Luca with Mischa Barton; Robert Lee Morris with Brooke Shields; Vivienne Tam with Jessica Alba; Liz Lange with Billy Baldwin and Chynna Phillips; Max Azria of BCBG Max Azria with Brittany Murphy; Nanette Lepore with Hype Williams; Judith Leiber with Katie Holmes; and Carmen Marc Valvo with Vanessa Williams.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit Fashion Targets Breast Cancer® (FTBC), an initiative of the Councel of Fashion Designers of America Foundation, which, since its start in 1994 has raised more than $40 million for distribution to breast cancer organizations in 13 countries. The auction is currently live on eBay at Live Auctions and will conclude at 8:00 PM EST Wednesday, June 22 at a party hosted by Marc Ecko and Carolina Herrera.