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Muere el actor Alan Rickman

Londres - El actor británico Alan Rickman, una de las figuras más importantes del cine del Reino Unido, murió a los 69 años a causa de un cáncer, informó hoy su familia. Rickman es considerado uno de los actores del cine y el teatro más versátiles del Reino Unido y famoso en los últimos tiempos por interpretar al profesor Severus Snape en las películas de las aventuras del niño mago Harry Potter. "El actor y director Alan Rickman murió de cáncer a los 69 años. Estaba rodeado de su familia y amigos", señaló un comunicado familiar divulgado hoy. Reconocido por…
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Actor Sean Pen Interviewed Mexican Drug Lord for ‘Rolling Stone’

actor Sean Penn met with legendary Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in Mexico, months before his capture, for an interview posted onRolling Stone magazine's website late Saturday, a day after Guzman was captured by Mexican authorities. Guzman "proudly" volunteers to Penn "I supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world.  I have a fleet of submarines, airplanes, trucks and boats."  Penn described Guzman as "entirely unapologetic." "If there was not consumption, there would be no sales," Guzman says about his drug trafficking.  "It is true that consumption, day after day, becomes bigger and…
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Director Ron Howard Gets Second Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Reuters LOS ANGELES—Hollywood director Ron Howard has received his second star on the Walk of Fame, honoring his award-winning career as a filmmaker. Howard, who won an Oscar for best director for "A Beautiful Mind," got a star on the Walk of Fame in 1981 for a television career that included roles in "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Happy Days." "Two stars are pretty remarkable ... I'm going to have double the foot traffic, twice as many people treading on my good name, but I think it's a great thing and I'm proud of that," Howard said at the ceremony…
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This Day in History: October 7, 2003 – Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes California governor

On this day in 2003, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is elected governor of California, the most populous state in the nation with the world's fifth-largest economy. Despite his inexperience, Schwarzenegger came out on top in the 11-week campaign to replace Gray Davis, who had earlier become the first United States governor to be recalled by the people since 1921. Schwarzenegger was one of 135 candidates on the ballot, which included career politicians, other actors, and one adult-film star. Born in Thal, Austria, on July 30, 1947, Arnold Schwarzenegger began body-building as a teenager. He won the first of four "Mr. Universe" body-building championships at…
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Mila Kunis “Never Wanted to Get Married” Until She Met Ashton Kutcher: “I Found the Love of My Life”

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have shared many firsts over the years, and they'll soon share another when the actress gives birth later this year. In W's August 2014 issue, Kunis speaks candidly about how their friendship turned into a romance after co-starring on the Fox comedy That '70s Show from 1998-2006. "My first real kiss ever was with him on the show," she says. "And when That '70s Show had a prom, my date for the prom turned out to be my fiancé. We can honestly say that we went to prom together!" She jokes, "I do think that…
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No rehab for Shia LaBeouf, just addiction treatment

The "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE" actor of "Transformers" fame, Shia LaBeouf, is not going into rehab, but he is getting treatment for alcohol addiction, according to a statement by his representatives. LaBeouf ran into trouble with the law in New York last week when, police said, he lit a cigarette in a Broadway theater. Witnesses said LaBeouf yelled at the actors on stage during a performance of "Cabaret." He was drunk and had been disruptive in the theater, police said. Shia LaBeouf's downward spiral On Friday, LaBeouf was charged with criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and harassment. "He understands that…
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Robin Williams Checks Into Rehab For Continued Sobriety

Robin Williams is once again at a rehab facility, but a source closely connected to the actor said the visit is not because he is struggling with his sobriety. “This is not about him falling off the wagon,” a source told FOX411. “It’s like an educational and spiritual It’s all very healthy.” According to TMZ, Williams is at the Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota. Williams has spoken before about his past struggle with cocaine and alcohol addiction. He most recently went to rehab for alcoholism in 2006. The media got word of Williams’ Minnesota stay when he posed for…
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie a fiery love story

Although we are in the era of modernity, there are still couples who have an old-fashioned romance, full of detail, passion and selfless love. Such is the case of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the most sensational Hollywood couple. The union of these two stars is better known as Bangelina, by the union of their names, is a great example of that love can be when it reaches forever. Speaking of Brad and Angelina is synonymous with family, altruism and many, many children, because after a little over 9 years of relationship the duo has become the hottest, loving couple…
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Shirley Temple Black, Screen Darling, Dies at 85

Shirley Temple Black, who as a dimpled, precocious and determined little girl in the 1930s sang and tap-danced her way to a height of Hollywood stardom and worldwide fame that no other child has reached, died on Monday night at her home in Woodside, Calif. She was 85. Her publicist, Cheryl Kagan, confirmed her death. Ms. Black returned to the spotlight in the 1960s in the surprising new role of diplomat, but in the popular imagination she would always be America’s darling of the Depression years, when in 23 motion pictures her sparkling personality and sunny optimism lifted spirits and…
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