|Genres||Drama, Comedy, Romance|
|US Release Date||12/15/2002|
Rapper 50 Cent is refusing to pay attention to disparaging comments made by his former G-Unit bandmate and friend Tony Yayo, insisting he has done everything he can for his longtime sidekick.
British singer Pixie Lott is adamant she did not strip naked for a new pop promo, insisting she wears a barely-there bodysuit in the clip.
Jeremy Irons has been studying Sir Michael Caine's performances as he prepares to take over the role as Batman's butler Alfred.
Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff has backed calls for European nations to pay reparations to Caribbean countries targeted by the slave trade.
Jennifer Lopez still feels awful about beating up a school pal when she was nine, and wishes she hadn't bowed under peer pressure.
Papa Chrisley is the key.
Actress Shailene Woodley's survivalist interests have her primed for a disaster.
Rap mogul Master P has spoken of his disappointment after his incarcerated brother C-Murder took aim at him in a new track.
Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown has defended herself against online jibes about her weight.
Actress Kathy Najimy's billboard bid to steer visitors to her native San Diego, California away from the city's SeaWorld resort has been grounded by airport officials.
|Marco Cappetta||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
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