Dedicated is probably the most succinct and accurate way to describe Tennessee rockers, The Features. It's not an exciting endorsement, and it's not a bad one either, but after three full studio releases (and another two more homegrown efforts) it's certainly an accurate one.
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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have splashed out on a six bedroom house in Los Angeles, paying close to the $10.45 million asking price.
The couple - who are based in London, England, with their children Apple, eight, and six-year-old Moses - are said to have paid close to the $10.45 million asking price for the property, which also has eight bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and a stable block built into the tree-lined grounds.
The house was built by famed architect Windsor Smith in 2011 and was initially listed for $11.96 million last September before being reduced recently.
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The Kardashian family are reportedly planning to launch a magazine about themselves and their lives.
The Kardashians are reportedly planning to publish their own magazine.
The reality TV family are said to be close to signing a deal with American Media Inc. - who currently own numerous publications, including Star, National Enquirer and Shape - for their own print media outlet, which would feature heavy involvement from sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney and their mother Kris Jenner, though an independent editor would be appointed.
A source told the New York Post newspaper: "This is a Kardashian idea. They have been reaching out to several media outlets."
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Katie Price is set to launch her own magazine, called 'Katie', which she has written all the features for and selected each individual photograph.
Katie Price is set to launch a one-off edition of her own magazine.
The 33-year-old star - who has a clothing line and a perfume brand and has written several books - is "excited" about the publication, entitled 'Katie' and priced at £3.99, as she has written all The Features and chosen every photograph herself.
She said: "Everyone has an opinion of me whether good or bad. But this is a chance to get my opinions across! I'm the chief editor, writer and picture editor so I've written all the features and chosen the photos myself.
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There's a new entrant into the crowded field of Hollywood news reporting on TV. The Wall Street Journal reported today (Wednesday) that Jay Penske's PMC media company, which owns Nikki Finke's Deadline.com, is teaming with the ION Television network to produce short-form features on topics ranging from celebrity scandals to box-office reporting that will air not only on ION's TV affiliates, as so-called interstitials between programs, but also on some 10,000 elevator screens in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas and San Francisco and in taxi cabs across the country. Finke herself will provide voiceovers for many of The Features (she is notoriously camera-shy) and personalities from other Penske online properties, including Bonnie Fuller of HollywoodLife.com and Michael Ausiello, of TVLine.com, will also contribute to the package. In an interview with the Journal Penske indicated that the features will be timely and will include breaking news items. In the case of important news stories, he said, the segments could interrupt regular programming on ION.
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'Harry Potter' author J. K. Rowling's childhood home, Church Cottage in Tutshill, near Chepstow, South East Wales, is on the market for £399,950.
J.K. Rowling's childhood home is up for sale.
Current owner Julian Mercer believes the Grade II-listed detached Church Cottage in Tutshill, near Chepstow, South East Wales - which is listed at £399,950 - inspired some of the ideas in her 'Harry Potter' books as some features of the property echo aspects of the novels.
The Features include a dingy cupboard similar to the one where the titular wizard was forced to live by his aunt and uncle and a trapdoor which leads to an eerie cellar.
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Isla Fisher only takes a movie role if she really loves it and doesn't have to be away from her children for too long.
Isla Fisher doesn't like to work because of her children.
The Australian actress - who has three-year-old daughter Olive and an unnamed daughter aged around six months with British comedy actor Sacha Baron Cohen - only signs up to a project if she really loves it, but enjoyed seeing herself as a lizard in new animated comedy 'Rango'.
She said: "Now that I'm a mum I don't want to be away from the kids. I only work if I really love the scripts or the character or the director. And yeah, to see yourself as a lizard is a very surreal experience. It was so nice because I was able to enjoy my own performance.
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The guitarist came up with the band name in 1982.