News archive from 11 February 2012, page 4

MOORE SHOCKED BY PALIN'S LACK OF CONTROL OVER IMAGE

MOORE SHOCKED BY PALIN'S LACK OF CONTROL OVER IMAGE

JULIANNE MOORE was left stunned while researching her portrayal of former Alaska Governor SARAH PALIN after discovering the politician was completely controlled by her advisors. The Oscar winner portrays the one-time Vice Presidential candidate in...

 
DERNBACH BACKS ENGLAND TO COME GOOD

DERNBACH BACKS ENGLAND TO COME GOOD

Jade Dernbach is confident England will prove they have learned some hard lessons this winter once their one-day international series against Pakistan gets under way. Dernbach began his England year perfectly on Friday, by taking a wicket with his...

Daily Star, 08:39 in Sport
 
MINNELLI AXES HOT IN CLEVELAND SHOOT

MINNELLI AXES HOT IN CLEVELAND SHOOT

LIZA MINNELLI has been forced to pull out of an episode of HOT IN CLEVELAND due to an ongoing ankle injury. The Cabaret star was due to fly to Los Angeles to shoot a cameo in the sitcom next week (begs13Feb12) but she's bowed out citing health...

 

Mexico cartels paid $4.5 million political bribes - court

The money-laundering case in Texas charges Antonio Pena, arrested on Wednesday, with funnelling cash from the feared Zetas cartel to officials in the state of Tamaulipas, according to documents from the U.S. District Court in San Antonio, Texas. A...

 
Actor Hugh Grant stands by phone hacking claim

Actor Hugh Grant stands by phone hacking claim

Hugh Grant has refused to withdraw his suggestion that Associated Newspapers obtained information about him through phone hacking. Mr Grant made the claim about the publisher of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday to the Leveson Inquiry. The actor told...

BBC, 09:57 in Art & Culture
 
John Hurt 'moved' by Bafta Outstanding Achievement

John Hurt 'moved' by Bafta Outstanding Achievement

John Hurt has been announced as the recipient of this year's Bafta for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema which will be presented at Sunday's awards. In a career which spans six decades, he has gone from an elephant man to a naked civil...

BBC, 10:17 in Art & Culture
 
Why Borgen's all the buzz at Westminster

Why Borgen's all the buzz at Westminster

During the Blair years it was the West Wing that obsessed the Westminster village. The fast-talking, fast-walking, frenetic White House drama somehow seemed to reflect and tap in to the more optimistic mood of those times. Oh, and the good guys...

BBC, 10:17 in Art & Culture
 
Malabo Blues: A poet's challenge to preserve a city

Malabo Blues: A poet's challenge to preserve a city

Cesar Mba Abogo is a poet with two huge ambitions - to use his work to preserve for future generations the image of a city that is being transformed at a blinding speed, and to build the first book shop in Equatorial Guinea. The relatively unknown...

BBC, 10:17 in Art & Culture
 
TOTTENHAM WANT DAVID MOYES

TOTTENHAM WANT DAVID MOYES

TOTTENHAM have made Everton manager David Moyes their No.1 target to replace Harry Redknapp. The Everton boss is the man Spurs chairman Daniel Levy wants to take over at White Hart Lane if Redknapp, 64, quits for England. Tottenham will fight tooth...

Daily Star, 10:19 in Sport
 
Guptill and Williamson guide New Zealand to Twenty20 victory over Zimbabwe

Guptill and Williamson guide New Zealand to Twenty20 victory over Zimbabwe

Chigumbura was playing fearlessly and hit Bracewell for 14 off three deliveries. Hamilton Masakadza departed for eight but Chigumbura was doing his best to steer the visitors to a competitive total, clubbing Bates for six off consecutive balls at the...

Daily Mail, 10:35 in Sport
 
Madonna's stalker recaptured

Madonna's stalker recaptured

A man convicted of stalking Madonna has been captured by California police following his escape from a mental health facility last week. Robert Dewey Hoskins was sentenced to 10 years behind bars in 1996 after scaling a wall near the Material Girl's...

 
Rolling Stones won't be performing at Olympics

Rolling Stones won't be performing at Olympics

A representative for The Rolling Stones has shot down reports the rockers are set to headline a big gig to celebrate the end of the London Olympics this summer. An article in Friday's London Evening Standard newspaper suggests the Brown Sugar...

 
O'Connor slams 'crazy' tag

O'Connor slams 'crazy' tag

Troubled Irish singer Sinead O'Connor is calling for sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to be treated with kindness, because referring to them as "crazy" is "a term of abuse". The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker, who...

 
Jolie's charity work saves her from 'shallow' life

Jolie's charity work saves her from 'shallow' life

Angelina Jolie is convinced she would be leading a "very shallow, horrible life" if she hadn't thrown herself into humanitarian work to keep her grounded after finding fame in Hollywood. The Salt actress became hot property in the movie...

 
Arquette asked therapist advice over introducing girlfriend to daughter

Arquette asked therapist advice over introducing girlfriend to daughter

Actor David Arquette consulted his therapist for advice on when to introduce his new girlfriend Christina Mclarty to his seven-year-old daughter, because he feared it would be inappropriate. The Scream star, who split from wife Courteney Cox in...

 


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