Hot Hollywood Headlines

Written by William Hale

Monday, 2 June 2008


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A brief glimpse of the latest hot goss from tinseltown. Fire, sex, drugs, email and Sex and the City latest.

Box Office Gold

"Sex and the City" raked in $55.7 million this weekend to become the biggest debut on record for a romantic comedy. The movie also became the biggest opening for any movie ever to have four GMILF's in the leading roles.

You've Got Mail

A new study shows that 20% of Americans have never used e-mail, and that 18% of Americans have no Internet access. Coincidently, these are the same people who just got "E.T." on beta-max.

"Crack"ing Up

Actress Tatum O'Neal was arrested Sunday night outside her New York City pad after purchasing crack cocaine. What was even less shocking was the fact Whitney Houston was driving the getaway car.

Keep It In The Closet

The R.Kelly trial continued with the defense attorneys saying if you don't see a mole on the lower back of the man in the sex tape, then that man isn't R. Kelly. Channeling Johnny Cochran, the attorney said, "If a mole you don't see, then it wasn't R.Kelly's pee."

The Roof, The Roof, The Roof is on Fire!

A fire roared through part of Universal Studios film and TV studios on Sunday, damaging well-known movie sets and rides. Not to say this fire was set on purpose, but a $100 million insurance policy was just taken out Saturday by the movie "Speed Racer."

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