12:39 PM EDT 11/19/2013
Originally posted 06/13/2003 01:00PM
JUNE BRIDES: Ed Burns, 35, married his longtime on-again, off-again companion, supermodel Christy Turlington, 34, Saturday in San Francisco in a Roman Catholic ceremony, where the bride wore a Galliano gown. Guests included Sting and Vin Diesel, while U2 singer Bono gave the bride away and reportedly sang at the ceremony. Also, "American Beauty" director Sam Mendes, 37, married "Titanic" star Kate Winslet, 27, "in late May in a very small ceremony whilst on holiday in the West Indies," said their publicist. "Present were Kate Winslet's (2-1/2-year-old) daughter, Mia, and three close friends."
Originally posted 06/12/2003 11:35AM
TV fans may know James Gandolfini as New Jersey Mob boss Tony Soprano, but his fellow cast members on HBO's "The Sopranos" may now think of him as Santa Claus.
Originally posted 03/21/2003 11:00AM
FATHER FARRELL: Hotshot actor Colin Farrell has a new role coming up: dad. Sounding excited, the 27-year-old serial playboy and "Daredevil" costar recently confirmed reports of his impending paternity to a British ITV interviewer. "It's cool," he said. "I'm chuffed, so over the moon. (The baby's) due in about six months." Farrell didn't name the mother, though there are plenty of possibilities: The Irish-born actor, whose other 2003 films include "The Recruit" and the upcoming "Phone Booth," has been linked in the past with Playboy Playmate Nicole Narain and actress Demi Moore, and cameras caught him smooching pop princess Britney Spears at a January premiere.
Originally posted 03/19/2003 01:00PM
Looks like James Gandolfini is going to take a whack at a fifth season, after all.
Originally posted 03/17/2003 01:00PM
They may not go to the mattresses after all: "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini and HBO have reportedly inched closer to deal that could keep the mob boss around and put the hit Mob series back on track for its fifth season, The New York Times reports.
Originally posted 03/14/2003 12:20PM
'SOPRANOS' STOPPED: The legal battle between HBO and "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, 41, has halted production on the series' fifth season, said the Hollywood Reporter. The show, which was due to resume production on March 24, is on hold indefinitely. It has been reported that Gandolfini instigated his legal action against HBO (which has since countersued) as a salary-negotiating ploy. He currently is paid a reported $400,000 per episode, and was seeking to double that figure.
Originally posted 03/11/2003 01:00PM
The battle between "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini and his network, HBO, is expected to get nastier on Tuesday, as the pay-cable network plans to countersue the actor, claiming he would cost the network $100 million by failing to show up for the fifth season of the popular -- and highly profitable -- Mob series, reports Variety.
Originally posted 03/10/2003 01:15PM
The contract dispute between HBO and "The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini has grown increasingly bitter, with the cable network now claiming publicly that the actor's lawsuit to free him from his contract could result in the demise of the four-year-old show, reports The New York Times.
Originally posted 03/07/2003 11:00AM
Tony Soprano is showing the family how business is done.
Originally posted 12/19/2002 01:00PM
"The Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, whose TV marriage is in big trouble, officially ended his three-year marriage to his real-life wife on Wednesday, as Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Judith Gische granting Marcella (Marcy) Gandolfini a divorce on the grounds of abandonment, the Associated Press reports.
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