Hollywood beauty Sharon Stone is glad to be single, after enduring countless relationships with "unbalanced" ex-boyfriends.
Stone admits she tends to be romantically involved with troubled men and likens the male sex to "dogs".
Continue reading: Stone: 'Men Are Dogs'
Hollywood star Sharon Stone is travelling to Israel next month (MAR06) to promote peace in the troubled region.
The Broken Flowers actress, 47, has been invited as a guest for the Peres Center for Peace and the 10th annual Women's Festival in Holon.
Stone says, "This is an opportunity for me to learn about the situation from up close."
Continue reading: Stone On Peace Mission To Israel
Thriller The Constant Gardener was the big winner at last night's (30NOV05) British Independent Film Awards (BIFA), triumphing in three main categories, including Best Film.
The FERNANDO MEIRELLES-directed adaptation of John Le Carre's best-selling novel was named Best British Independent Film, while its stars Rachel Weisz and Ralph Fiennes were named Best Actress and Best Actor respectively at the star-studded ceremony in London's Hammersmith Palais.
Following close behind was horror movie THE DESCENT with two wins, with film-maker Neil Marshall picked up Best Director and editor JON HARRIS for Best technical achievement.
Continue reading: Constant Gardener Tops Brit Film Awards
Four Hollywood movies have been nominated for the Best Non-European Film at the 2005 European Film Academy Awards - more than any other country.
Sexy Hollywood star Sharon Stone is delighted she is enjoying a career resurgence aged 47, because it proves mature woman can still succeed in age-centric Hollywood.
Stone, who has been named as the new face of Christian Dior, has landed movie roles in Jim Jarmusch's Broken Flowers and the forthcoming Basic Instinct 2: RISK ADDICTION, proving her career is far from over.
And Stone is delighted she has proved experience and matured beauty can take precedence over youth.
Continue reading: Stone Places Experience Over Appearance
The Ghost Dog: WAY OF THE SAMURAI film-maker was determined to cast a host of mature actresses in interesting roles alongside comic veteran Bill Murray, because they are rarely offered challenging parts by Hollywood studios.
Continue reading: Jarmusch Backs Mature Actresses
THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT, which has taken GBP16.6 million ($29.9 million) in the UK so far, grossed GBP4.6 million last weekend (22-3OCT05) alone.
The babysitting mayhem of NANNY McPHEE climbs to second spot, while grisly CORPSE BRIDE is a new entry at number three.
Continue reading: Wallace And Gromit Don't Budge In Uk Box Office
The LOST IN TRANSLATION star was convinced his collaboration with Jim Jarmusch would ignite a hostile reaction after the acclaimed director told him how a previous film was panned by its premiere audience.
Murray, 55 says, "I had been told that if they don't like what they see, the room is not just freezing, but downright nasty.
Continue reading: Murray Feared Premiere Mauling
British actress Tilda Swinton feels like an aerial bomber on movie sets - because she is there so briefly before being flown out to another project.
Swinton, 44, says, "I've experimented a couple of times recently, by working like an opera singer being flown in for one aria and then flown out again.
Continue reading: Swinton Experiments By 'Aerial Bombing' Movie Sets
French movie star Julie Delpy is so appalled by the rise in cosmetic surgery among actresses, she has developed a phobia of it.
The Broken Flowers actress hates the idea of women suffering to meet Hollywood ideals and admits the "alien" look of a Botox patient makes her feel physically ill.
The 35-year-old says, "It hurts me, you know? Even stuff like Botox, I notice it right away.
Continue reading: Delpy's Cosmetic Surgery Phobia
There's very much a strength of conviction in remaining what you were, but arguably more so in becoming what you want to be.
The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
Guns N' Roses were detained at the Canadian border last week for gun possession but they're adamant the weapon didn't belong to them.
The show is up for 12 awards altogether.
Benedict Cumberbatch's success elsewhere could prove to be bad news for the show.
Gene Simmons has poured cold water on rumours the original KISS line up will reunite.