Final Destination star Devon Sawa has become a father for the second time.
The Canadian actor and his wife Dawni welcomed their second child, a girl called Scarlett Heleena on Monday (21Mar16).
The couple's new daughter is their second child after Dawni gave birth to a son, Hudson in 2014.
"My wife Dawni and I welcome a beautiful little girl into the world - our daughter," Devon tells America's People magazine. "Please say prayers that she is quiet and calm... Unlike my son, who would shoot himself out of a cannon if we let him."
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Actor Devon Sawa And His Wife Dawni Are Preparing For The Arrival Of Their Second Child.
The Final Destination star took to Twitter.com on Tuesday (03Nov15) to share the happy news, writing, "Boy, do I have some news. Or should I say 'girl'."
A source tells E! News Dawni is pregnant with a baby girl - a little sister for the couple's nearly two-year-old son Hudson.
The couple has been together for 12 years and tied the knot in 2013.
Bassett, who is making her directorial debut with the Tv movie, has cast America's Next Top Model star Yaya DaCosta as Houston and now she has her Bobby Brown.
News of the 33-year-old actor's casting was announced on Monday (14Jul14) when bosses at Lifetime - the channel behind the film - released a photo of the leading lady with Escarpata.
The actor and his wife Dawni are expecting a baby boy in the first week of January, according to his publicist.
The 35-year-old star broke the baby news on Twitter.com on Monday (02Dec13) by posting a photo of the nursery he's decorating with the caption, "Room’s almost done."
The 3-D horror film scored an impressive $28.3 million (£17.1 million) in its opening weekend of release, comfortably beating the war movie's second week takings of $20 million (£12.5 million).
Halloween II took $17.4 million (£10.9 million) to secure third place, ahead of District 9 and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra in fourth and fifth respectively.
The man behind Nightmare On Elm Street's FREDDIE KRUEGER has beaten out the stars of THE DEVIL'S REJECTS and Underworld: Evolution at a new horror film prizegiving - for a film that has yet to be released. Robert Englund has claimed the first Best Actor award at TheGoreZone Magazine Awards in England after fans voted for his upcoming performance in 2001 MANIACS. Englund beat Sid Haig (The Devil's Rejects), Scott Speedman (Underworld: Evolution), Lance Henriksen (HELLRAISER: HELLWORLD) and Kris Lemche (Final Destination 3).
Final Destination 3 will give viewers the chance to make life or death choices for the characters when it is released on DVD later this year (06). The disc will mark the biggest experiment with interactive software and additional content to date. Other movie studios have offered DVDs with alternate endings and interactive features but not at such a sophisticated level. New Line Home Video Senior Vice President MIKE MULVIHILL says, "For this to really work we thought, we've got to engage A-level film-makers that are already working for us." The THRILL RIDE edition gives viewers seven storylines to choose from at 10-minute intervals. Viewers can also opt to see the theatrical version without the interactive content.
The remake of the 1963 comedy classic opened to mixed reviews, but was able to sneak past horror film Final Destination 3, which grossed $20.1 million (GBP11.2 million).
Animated feature Curious George, based on the classic children's books about a mischievous monkey and the Man in the Yellow hat, landed in the third spot with $15.3 million (GBP8.5 million) in it's first week of release.
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The Motley Crue drummer has recorded a version of the soul classic for the film's soundtrack.
He says, "I've always loved the song Love Train, and it was great being able to put my own darker spin on it for the movie."
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A scene from legendary sci-fi shocker Scanners has topped a poll listing the best screen murders in history.
The horrific moment - when a man's head explodes in graphic detail - was voted for by readers of MOVIE magazine.
In the 1981 flick, directed by horror maestro David Cronenberg, Scanners are people who can kill just by thinking about it, and in the favourite scene a businessman is brutally murdered when his head blows up.
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