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Originally posted 11/18/2004 08:00AM
Ruthless as he is, even Tony Soprano doesn't want to run afoul of U.S. troops.
Originally posted 06/16/2004 06:00AM
Will Smith loves sharing the stage with wife Jada – the karaoke stage, that is. "We're Peaches & Herb. We make beautiful music together," says Smith, 35, who was in Europe to support his wife's band, Wicked Wisdom, while they toured with Britney Spears recently. But when it comes to going solo, Will says he's still the fresh prince. "Nobody can touch me in karaoke – I'm the best ever," boasts the actor, who hopes to square off against one superstar in particular: "Tom Cruise thinks he can karaoke, so we're going to have a battle." Warm up those pipes, Tom...
Originally posted 02/11/2004 12:00PM
It looks like television critics previewing the fifth season of HBO's popular Mafia-family drama "The Sopranos" will have blood on their hands -- and on their TV screens.
Originally posted 01/09/2004 10:00AM
Mob bosses may be tightlipped, but actors playing them are not.
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 03/17/2003 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 03/11/2003 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.
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