The 33 year-old actress experienced a nightmare on Halloween as two robbers stole her Louis Vuitton duffle bag.
Eliza Dushku had a very scary and upsetting experience on Halloween (Friday 31st, 2014) as she was allegedly robbed at the Omni Hotel in Rhode Island, where she was staying for the state's Comic Con.
Dushku's Louis Vuitton duffle bag was stolen on Halloween
"Was just robbed in front of my hotel a few hrs ago. Cameras caught everything:hotel/police/security weren't able to do anything. #ricomiccon," the 'Buffy and the Vampire Slayer' alum tweeted on Friday evening.
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Halloween was a nightmare for Eliza Dushka after her bag was snatched outside a Providence hotel.
Eliza Dushku's bag was snatched by two men in fancy dress on Friday (31st October). The 33-year-old actress was staying at a hotel in Providence, Rhode Island when the incident occurred.
Eliza Dushku at a New York GLAAD event in September 2013.
The actress is moving back to Massachusetts after separating from Fox.
Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox have split up after five years of dating, it has been confirmed. The Buffy actress and the former NBA player reportedly made the decision to end their relationship due to a disparity between their ambitions and where they want to live.
Dushku explained to the Boston Globe that her heart has always been in Massachusetts, specifically the Watertown area where she grew up, whilst Fox is more attracted to the Los Angeles lifestyle. "Rick's an LA guy and I'm a Boston girl," she said.
Since the split, the 33-year-old actress said that she bought a condo not far from the home where she grew up, and is excited to move back to the town if only for the fact that her new place has a basement.
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Actress Eliza Dushku has signed up to run the New York City marathon for charity. Dushku, who is perhaps best known for her performance in the film Bring It On has revealed that she is already in training for the endurance challenge which takes place on November 4th. The star has now reached out to her fans to join her in order to help raise funds for THRIVEGulu, an organization which supports trauma victims of the Ugandan civil war.
Dushku filled her fans in via a series of posts on her Twitter account; she wrote, "I'm officially running NYC Marathon 11/4 for @THRIVEGulu! Be a bada** with me?" She added "I will have a post-marathon drink with you! Be a bada** with me?! Need a valid email address & your confirmation tonight!!! 8 slots remain.
"It's 26 miles to finish in 8.5 hours, you KNOW we could rock that..!! We'll have 38 days to train from now.. JUST DO IT w (with) me." The actress, also known for her five year stint in the popular teen vampire drama Buffy The Vampire Slayer between 1998 and 2003, has had a relatively quiet year release-wide. That will all change next year though as she is involved in Hulk And The Agents Of S.M.A.S.H, scheduled for release next year.
Rick Fox, Eliza Dushku and Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Rick Fox and Eliza Dushku Hollywood, California - Launch of 'The Beauty Book for Brain Cancer' at Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Outside Arrivals Monday 14th November 2011
Rick Fox and Eliza Dushku - Rick Fox, Eliza Dushku Hollywood, California - World Series Of Boxing Season 2 - L.A. Matadors VS Astana Arlans - at the Music Box Theatre - Outside Sunday 13th November 2011
Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox - Eliza Dushku and Rick Fox Los Angeles, California - Celebrities arrive at The Staples Center for Game 2 of the NBA Western Conference Semi-Finals between LA Lakers and Dallas Mavericks. Wednesday 4th May 2011
City by the Sea is inspired by the true events surrounding the life of New York City Homicide Detective Vincent LaMarca. A veteran of the police force, LaMarca (Robert De Niro) returns to the boardwalks of Long Beach, Long Island (a.k.a. City by the Sea), where he grew up, to investigate a homicide that his son Joey (James Franco) is under suspicion of committing. Vincent and Joey have been estranged since Vincent divorced his wife (Patti LuPone) 14 years ago. As a result, Joey has fallen into the pitfalls of drugs and vagrancy. When a drug deal goes bad, and Joey kills the dealer in the ensuing struggle, he becomes the target of many overzealous police officers who want to charge him with the crime. Joey is also the target for another drug dealer (William Forsythe) who wants the drug money he thinks Joey stole.
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On the day he leaves for Sweden to pick up his Nobel Prize in chemistry, Dr. Eli Michaelson (Alan Rickman) finds out that his PhD-candidate son Barkley (Bryan Greenberg) has been kidnapped. While his FBI forensics psychologist wife Sarah (Mary Steenburgen) worries, a $2 million ransom is demanded. With the help of Detective Max Mariner (Bill Pullman), and neurotic neighbor Mr. Gastner (Danny Devito), they hope to find the boy alive. What they don't know is that Barkley has befriended his captor, a man named Thaddeus James (Shawn Hatosy) who has a DNA-sized bone to pick with the good doctor. Armed with proof that Michaelson doesn't deserve science's highest honor, the duo will create an elaborate plot to get the cash, clear up the crime, and go their separate ways. So imagine Barkley's surprise when Thaddeus ends up at his front door, with former, improbably-named fling City Hall (Eliza Dushku) on his arm.
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Going in to this movie, I knew full well it was, well, a movie about cheerleading, so I wasn't expecting another American Beauty (which, now that I think of it, was partly about cheerleading, but anyway...). Suffice it to say that my expectations were low. And sure enough, Bring It On is an utterly vapid film with horrendous character development, hackneyed dialogue, and a questionable theme. No surprise there. Essentially it is Fame in short skirts.
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The premise is simple: a high school ugly duckling named Dizzy (Road Trip's DJ Qualls) turns it around and starts fresh at a new school, strutting like a badass and making a new personality for himself as a guy named Gil. The supposedly funny twist is that he gets his education in cool while hanging at a prison, taking lessons in toughness from Eddie Griffin (wasted in his short appearance), learning how to dance like a hipster from Horatio Sanz (also wasted), and getting a makeover from the stereotypical cross-dressing cons in the pen. In each scene, Decter and screenwriter David Kendall (big blame goes to him too) want to get right to the funny immediately - the only problem is that each attempt results in a vacant black hole.
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For its first 20 minutes or so, the big-geek-on-campus comedy "The New Guy" gets by on a semi-fresh twist of tiresome teen clique themes and a well-cast lead. DJ Qualls -- the 98-lb. walking weakling punchline from 2000's "Road Trip" -- plays a bottom-of-the-food-chain bully magnet who changes high schools and reinvents himself as a wiry, uber-cool bad ass.
But as soon as the kid gets comfortable with his new studly status (insert stock scenes of trampy cheerleaders here) and we've seen Qualls' entire comical cool-jerk repertoire, the movie plum runs out of ideas and putters along on fumes until the closing credits.
Lazy and simplistic, when "The New Guy" isn't beating long-dead genre horses (Qualls feels guilty, for about two minutes, about dissing his "real" friends for the in crowd), it's a blender-edited mish-mosh of abridged plot points. Our hero apparently teaches everyone in his new school to get along, but we don't see how he does it. Before long campus hotties are hanging off the arms of dorks, overweight guys and other former outcasts. No explanation there either. Qualls' dad (Lyle Lovett) and former school counselor (Illeana Douglas) think his new style and attitude are signs of a drug problem, but that story angle is abandoned after about 30 seconds.
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"Bring It On" is better than any movie about cheerleading really ought to be.
Taking cues from "Clueless" -- the best teen bubble gum flick of Generation Y -- it's a self-mocking popularity satire that takes frequent pot shots at "sweater monkeys" and their endlessly percolating pep, while also allowing its bright cast of pretty young things to color outside the lines of their stock characters.
The talented Kirsten Dunst embraces her inner ditz as Torrence Shipman, the new cheer captain of the Rancho Carne High School Toros, a boys-and-girls pep squad with a repertoire of flashy choreographed routines and a major reputation to maintain. For five years running they've won the ruthlessly competitive national cheerleading championships. (You know you've watched them on ESPN2, admit it.)
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