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|The Big 'V' And Today's Celebrities ...|
Britney Spears was 18 when she lost it. So was Marcia Cross from "Desperate Housewives." Ozzy Osbourne was 14. His daughter, Kelly, was 16. Gary Coleman? Well, he might still have it.
|Museum Features Bill Clinton Collection CD ...|
The rock 'n' roll president likes to blast jazz and gospel at the golf course. At least, that's what Bill Clinton did last weekend when he heard for the first time a CD of songs featured in his presidential library's music room.
|Evan Rachel Wood Discusses Teen Sexuality ...|
Evan Rachel Wood thinks her fellow teenagers should be free to explore their sexuality so they can be "responsible about it" unlike the character she plays in "Pretty Persuasion," due out Friday.
|ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings Dies at 67 ...|
Peter Jennings, the suave, Canadian-born broadcaster who delivered the news to Americans each night in five separate decades, died Sunday. He was 67. Jennings, who announced in April that he had lung cancer, died at his New York home, ABC News President David Westin said late Sunday.
|'Star Trek' Engineer James Doohan Dies ...|
James Doohan, who played engineer Montgomery Scott, the scrappy Scotsman who repeatedly gave the Starship Enterprise "all she's got" in the original "Star Trek" TV series and motion pictures, died Wednesday. He was 85.
|100 Most Famous Movie Quotes ...|
Marlon Brando was a contender in the American Film Institute's list of best quotes from U.S. movies. But No. 1 was Rhett Butler's parting shot to Scarlett O'Hara: "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."
|Stars Use Late-Night TV for Damage Control ...|
Russell Crowe on the East Coast, Tom Cruise on the West Coast. It was dueling damage control on late-night TV. Crowe appeared on David Letterman's "Late Show" Wednesday to apologize for throwing a tantrum and telephone at a hotel concierge, and show Americans he's not always such a hothead.
|Tom Cruise's Behavior Raising Eyebrows ...|
Just months into his tenure as chairman of Paramount, Brad Grey is facing the sort of decision that makes Hollywood executives quiver: whether to proceed with production of the hugely expensive "Mission: Impossible III," even as its star, Tom Cruise, is puzzling associates and members of the public with his behavior while promoting another Paramount venture, "War of the Worlds".