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Even though comedian and actor Dane Cook may be enjoying the spotlight as one of the hottest and hardest-working entertainers today, he still can't help but wish he was a mysterious bounty hunter equipped with a jetpack.
"Boba Fett was always my favorite," Cook says. "The whole mystery of Boba made him so appealing. He's just so cool. You wanted to be in that outfit and have all those gadgets with the jetpack. After Return of the Jedi there was a long time where I would not admit he was dead. In my mind, when he went into the Sarlacc pit he fixed his jetpack and flew out 10 minutes later and we just didn't see it. It was like having to admit Santa didn't exist."
Fett isn't the only character that fascinates Cook. "I've always identified most with Han Solo," Cook says. "As a kid, I had the blaster with the buttons on the side that made the sound effects and all that. I would get home from school and put on my brother's vest and my blaster belt. For a long time when I was really young, I thought I was Han Solo. I would sit around and wonder what Han Solo was doing that day and if he was doing a Kessel Run at that moment. I really believed these characters did exist somewhere in the galaxy."
Read more in my interview with Dane on his thoughts about the unaltered original trilogy, how he wooed Jessica Alba with Star Wars trivia in his next movie, and why Obi-Wan is actually a funny guy in:
Dane Cook: Fett Lives.
Britney ranks #2 in this category but she's #1 in the Most Successful Artists Of The 21st Century top 10, still in the UK.
The top 10 - Most Succesful Female Acts:
02. Britney Spears
06. Kylie Minogue
07. Girls Aloud
08. Missy Elliot
09. Atomic Kitten
10. Christina Aguilera
Evanescence is poised to debut at Number One on the Billboard Top 200 with its new album, The Open Door, according to Hits Daily Double. Early sales tracking predicts that the CD will sell between 350,000 and 400,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week of release. The Open Door came out this past Tuesday (October 3rd) and follows up the band's six-million-selling 2003 major label debut, Fallen.
Singer Amy Lee told us she's not worried about equaling the previous album's sales: "I just haven't ever looked at it that way. Fallen is a great record, but I don't think you can try to match the success of another body of work. I think that's only gonna frustrate you. And if, honestly if what you really care about is record sales and money, there's no way you're gonna make a great piece of art, because then you're just gonna get all confused and make something ingenuine."
The sophomore album from the Killers, Sam's Town, is expected to land right behind Evanescence at Number Two, with sales north of 300,000.
Evanescence recorded The Open Door while dealing with its guitarist having a stroke, a legal battle with its former manager, and Lee's public break-up with Seether's Shaun Morgan.
"I'm thrilled and ecstatic," she tells PEOPLE, "and if Aaron were here, I know how thrilled he would also be to share in such a happy occasion."
Aaron Spelling – Candy's husband and Tori's father – died in June at age 83. On Tuesday, sources confirmed to PEOPLE that Tori is 14 weeks pregnant with her first child with husband Dean McDermott.
Candy Spelling's comment could signal a thawing in what has been a tense relationship between mother and daughter. In June, Tori, 33, told PEOPLE she was upset that she first heard of her father's death from a friend: "I was devastated. I thought I had some time (to see him). And I was saddened that the news had not come from my mother."
Candy quickly responded with a statement reading, "We are deeply saddened that, during our time of loss and grief, we are forced to respond to the media frenzy caused by the mean-spirited and surprising comments made by Tori to the press
check out the rest at http://www.worth1000.com/cache/contest/contestcache.asp?contest_id=12240&display=photoshop#entries
Diddy orders a whopper and announces the Diddy orders a whopper and announces the new Burger King partnership.
First thing that popped into my head: "What the FUCK?!"
I don't think I'll be able to eat in Burger King for some time.
This is one of the worst things I have ever seen.
Let's pay our respects with the greatest podcast of them all
i miss *~Brokebackmania~*
also, Stephen Merchant is a hottie
Photograph by Guy Aroch
June 20, 2006
New York City
''[Dawson] is comfortable with herself,'' says Aroch. ''She doesn't need a second opinion to know that she looks good. We were able to riff and try different things. It made for a fun day. She was great in front of the camera. She really loves it.'' Originally, the baked goods were intended as a snack, not a prop. ''We gave her a cupcake. She just walked onto the set and that was one of the first couple frames I snapped. It feels real. That's my favorite kind of picture — when you have a beautiful girl just being cute.''
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Jamie Lee Curtis said she has closed the book on her acting career. "I'm not an actor anymore," she told "Access Hollywood" host Nancy O'Dell. "I really don't imagine I'll do that again."
Curtis, 46, went on to say, "I'm just focused on my family and just can't imagine anything that's going to pull me away from them right now."
Curtis appeared on the show to promote her latest children's book, "Is There a Human Race?" Her interview with O'Dell will appear on the show's weekend episode, an NBC spokeswoman said.
Curtis' last appeared in the 2005 film "The Kid & I."
– Scarlett Johansson, voted Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive, on her other attributes
• "My behavior was a reaction to the persistent attack from the paparazzi."
– Avril Lavigne, issuing an apology for spitting at photographers while out celebrating her 22nd birthday in Hollywood, on her Web site
• "Where's Osama bin Laden?"
– The Daily Show host Jon Stewart, abruptly changing the subject after offering tea and a Twinkie to Pakistan President Gen. Pervez Musharraf
• "I would really love to have Eminem on the show. I don't think he knows that my demographic audience is so involved in Eminem music."
– Martha Stewart, to the Associated Press
• "Don't worry, honey, you'll grow into your nose one day."
– Sofia Coppola, recalling mentor Anjelica Huston's advice to her on having a strong profile, at Premiere magazine's Women in Hollywood Awards
• "Last year I covered dating territory from twenty-one to sixty-one."
– Jack Nicholson, on his equal-opportunity approach to romance, to Rolling Stone
• "I can't do a crunk record, and I'm not shooting anybody, so I can't do that kind of music. This is a vulnerable album, meant to make you feel good."
– Diddy, on what to expect on his new album, Press Play, to Billboard
• "It is a kind of 'Boratistan'. It is a country of one. I mean people in their sane minds would probably know that any real country cannot be like what he describes in his show."
– Kazakh embassy spokesman Roman Vassilenko, explaining his country's ad campaign refuting Borat's (a.k.a. Sacha Baron Cohen) portrayal of the Central Asian nation
• "There is a man named Roman Vassilenko, who is claiming to be the press secretary of Kazakhstan. Please don't listen to him: He is a Uzbek impostor, and is currently being hunted by our agents."
– Borat, in a press conference outside the Kazakh embassy
• "I’m not worried about how small my penis is – I’m worried about how dark it is. I have a Dominican penis. My penis hit six home runs last year; my penis wears shoes without socks.”
– John Mayer talks about his penis.
• "This was one of those things that I wanted to keep under wraps and then my brother kind of let the cat out of the bag."
– Nick Carter On saying he cheated on Paris Hilton with Ashlee Simpson.
Today at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, Adam Brody along with Luke Perry of 90210 were supporting Democratic Senator Candidate Sherrod Brown.
I'm not going to lie, the ONLY reason I went was to see Adam Brody. Pathetic, yes. But thats my life. Here is a short clip of Adam's speech (which was maybe 5 minutes long all together). And I got to take my pic with him so theres a pic of that too.
"Yours To Keep" was recorded in New York at Electric Ladyland Studios, LoHo Studios, and Cabin In The City with Albert as guitarist and vocalist, Josh Lattanzi on bass and Matt Romano on drums. (Matt played drums for the Strokes when Fabrizio Moretti broke his hand, and he's their drum tech and stuff.) Other contributors to the record include: Julian Casablancas, Jody Porter (Fountains of Wayne), Ben Kweller, Sean Lennon, Chris Feinstein, Mikki James, Sammy James Jr. (The Mooney Suzuki) and Ryan Gentles. The album was produced by Greg Lattimer (of New York's Thin Lizard Dawn) and it's just a side-project; Albert isn't leaving the band.
Now, on to the tour dates!
10/28/2006 08:00 PM - The Saint: Asbury Park, NJ
10/30/2006 08:00 PM - T.T. The Bear's Place: Cambridge, MA
11/01/2006 08:00 PM - The Khyber: Philadelphia, PA (with Dan Sartain)
11/03/2006 11:00 PM - Mercury Lounge: New York, NY (CMJ Showcase)
11/22/2006 08:00 PM - Academy 2: Birmingham, UK
11/24/2006 08:00 PM - The Cockpit: Leeds, UK
11/25/2006 08:00 PM - Academy 3: Manchester, UK
11/27/2006 08:00 PM - ABC 2: Glasgow, UK
11/28/2006 08:00 PM - Rescue Rooms: Nottingham, UK
11/29/2006 08:00 PM - Scala: London, UK
All UK dates have The Pierces listed as the supporting act. Catherine Pierce is Albert's girlfriend/fiancée :) She also contributed lyrics to the song [Back To The] 101 and Albert has said that it "would be cool [to work with Catherine more in the future]. I love her music very much and am always proud to hear it."
European dates will be announced soon.
source: Albert's MySpace and The Sun Online.
Vogue Italia October 2006 by Mario Testino.
Full list of bands (mentioned at end of video):
Babyshambles, Statik, Cazals, Dirty Pretty Things, Goodbooks, Guillemots, The Holloways, Jack Penate, Jamie T, Jeremy Warmsley, Kid Harpoon, The Kooks, Ladyfuzz, Larrikin Love, Laura Marling, Light Speed Champ, Lisa Moorish, Macabees, Mystery Jets, Noisettes, The Paddingtons, The Rakes, and We Are Scientists!
I hope thats enough bands for you! Ace song and video!
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SOURCE: Jewel Magazine, TWOP