04:05 PM EDT 04/02/2014
Originally posted 08/29/2005 06:00AM
Reunited sweethearts Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal took in a little culture – and supported a fellow celebrity – when they attended Ocean's Twelve actor Scott Caan's photography exhibit at Los Angeles boutique Na'Pali. The couple, who arrived in Gyllenhaal's black Mercedes, checked out Caan's black-and-white shots, a mix of everyman and celebrity photos, including Angelina Jolie (who wasn't at the event).
Originally posted 07/09/2004 08:00AM
New York's Radio City Music Hall became a 6,000-seat Democratic convention Thursday night, as stars took the great stage to sing the praises of the new John Kerry-John Edwards ticket – and to pour $7.5 million into the campaign's coffers.
Originally posted 04/29/2004 9:00AM
Where is one to go after playing Jesus? Jim Caviezel, for one, hit the links – to play legendary golfer Bobby Jones in the biopic Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius (opening Friday). If that seems like an easy role after the enormous challenge of The Passion of the Christ, then perhaps you didn't know that Caviezel is, well, let's say, not a fan of the sport. "I wasn't into golf – I'd rather watch the paint dry, I'd rather watch Martha Stewart," Caviezel said at the movie's New York premiere this week. "I could care less about the Golf Channel or any golf. I like the fast sports. I like basketball, football, baseball – golf just never really interested me." So why star in a movie about a golfer? "I liked the story of Bobby Jones, I like what he stood for," Caviezel said. "He was a guy who was an amateur golfer that beat all the best in the world. ... (The movie is) about sportsmanship, it's about (the idea that) there's more to life than winning championships. I, like most people, wouldn't want to see it if it was just about golf."
Originally posted 04/01/2004 01:50PM
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea, have given birth to their fourth child, Romeo Jon, New York's Daily News reports.
Originally posted 11/14/2002 12:00PM
Jon Bon Jovi is not a man who can afford to be late for a show. Buckled into his black Dodge Viper on a Thursday afternoon, he roars out of the garage of his home, an imposing limestone residence that resembles a French château plunked down in central New Jersey. He shifts into high gear and in less than 10 minutes pulls into the parking lot of the local elementary school. He dashes into the principal's office to get a visitor's pass, which he slings around his neck.
Originally posted 08/01/2002 12:30PM
The NFL is preparing a big Times Square bash on Sept. 5 to usher in the 2002 season and to help financially beleaguered New York City.
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