Sacha Baron Cohen, Freddie Mercury
Sacha Baron Cohen is going from Borat to "Bohemian Rhapsody."
The comedian is set to play Freddie Mercury in a biopic about the iconic Queen frontman, GK Films announced Friday.
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Currently untitled, the film will chronicle ...
Jamie Campbell Bower and Bonnie Wright
Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley, has announced her engagement to co-star Jamie Campbell Bower, according to the Daily Mail.
Holy Hogwarts! Harry Potter book series website launches
Wright, 19, has been dating Bower, who plays ...
Johnny Depp in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Peter Mountain/ DreamWorks Pictures
Ask FlickChick Oscar rules Oscar history Oscar procedures your questions answeredQuestion Debate about the Oscars why werent any of the songs of Sweeney Todd nominated Its Sondheim after all Could there be a reason like a regulation or something Dreamgirls was on Broadway first and had songs nominated didnt it We dont understand Love you all at TV Guide though Thanks LilaFlickChick None of Stephen Sondheims songs could be nominated because of rules In order for a song from Tim Burtons film version of Sweeney Todd to have been eligible for an Academy Award it would have to have been written specifically for the film Youre absolutely right Dreamgirls 2006 was a Broadway musical before it was filmed but the three count em three nominated songs Listen Love You I Do and Patience were all new And they all lost Thats also how Chicago 2002 picked up its best-song nomination John Kander and Fred Ebb who wrote a
National Treasure: Book of Secrets courtesy Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
National Treasure: Book of Secrets, starring Nicolas Cage, topped the weekend box office with $45.5 million, besting the original's $35.1 mil opening. Last week's champ, I Am Legend, came in second with $34.2 mil.Rounding out the top five were Alvin and the Chipmunks ($29 mil), Charlie Wilson's War ($9.6 mil in its debut) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (scraping together $9.35 mil across just 1,249 screens).Among other new releases, P.S. I Love You came in at No. 6 with $6.5 million, while the widely praised Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story disappointed with an eighth-place finish, taking in just $4.1 mil.Update: Jessica Simpson's Blonde Ambition reportedly grossed $384 no typo there on its opening day. See film critic Ken Fox's A Beautiful Fraud blog for that story.