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5 items from 2011

Healthy Hollywood: Fab Food Friday - Rocco Dispirito's Weight Loss Tips!

7 October 2011 9:16 AM, PDT | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

Lose 10 - 20 - 30 pounds - without starving or sweating it out! Healthy Hollywood is game! Celebrity chef Rocco Dispirito who dropped by Access Hollywood Live this week revealed anyone can start dropping the pounds by making simple adjustments to their daily diet. Think baked potato instead of French fries or Canadian bacon instead of regular bacon. "They're really no-brainer calorie savers that result in a steady, automatic loss - simple changes anyone can make without a lot of effort," reveals Rocco in his new book "Now Eat This! 100 Quick Calorie Cuts." Love it - weight loss ...

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Justin Bieber: Never Say Never review

16 February 2011 7:58 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Is there anything for a movie geek to enjoy in Justin Bieber: Never Say Never? There's only one way to find out, so here's our review...

As I write, this geek is sat in the bar of Leicester Square's Vue cinema, populated by a mixture of young girls aged 5 to 17 and their doting parental units waiting to watch a modern idol's debut celluloid performance. Just to offset the difference, there's a flute of complementary wine on the table and a cup full of pick'n'mix brought up from the foyer next to it. Never say never, indeed.

Justin Bieber is nearly 17 and around the same age as the oldest fans at this preview screening, or so you'd guess. It's not possible to say for sure how many of the adults, all putting on their best One Man And His Dog game faces to keep their lucky charges from reaching a critical mass of giddiness, »

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Snack on Chocolate-Covered Bacon ... Like Snooki

9 February 2011 11:30 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Jersey Shore star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi may love pickles - but the salty snack isn't exactly super romantic. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, the reality star, who's dating Jionni Lavalle, found a sweet alternative during a dinner at Benjamin Steakhouse in New York City, where the two shared a cozy meal recently. On the menu: chocolate-covered bacon. Curious about the salty (and supremely sweet) snack? Check out the recipe below and try it yourself: Photos: Meet Lil' Snooki!Chocolate-Covered Canadian Bacon with Cinnamon and Cayenne Pepper • 4 slices of extra-thick Canadian Bacon• 2 cups of melted chocolate (made with semi-sweet chocolate morsels »

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Michael Moore Suing The Weinsteins Over Fahrenheit 9/11 Profits

8 February 2011 2:25 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

The Guardian are reporting that political documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is in the process of suing the Weinstein Brothers in a profit row surrounding the film Fahrenheit 9/11. The lawsuit filed at the Los Angeles County Court on Monday for “breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and constructive fraud claims” concerns the 50% of the documentary’s $200 million box office gross that Moore claims almost $3 million of which were hidden by the studio heads and an affiliate firm entitled The Fellowship Adventure Group.

Moore claims the Weinsteins used “Hollywood accounting tricks” in order to cause “financial deception”. Moore’s lawyer Larry Stein said after months of talking over the issue with the Weinsteins and getting nowhere;

“An independent auditor came in and discovered that the Weinsteins had re-routed at least $2.7m that belonged to Michael Moore from Fahrenheit 9/11,”

The Hollywood Reporter have the details in full, but here’s the significant »

- Laurent Kelly

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Michael Moore to Make a Fictional Film Next?

8 February 2011 10:00 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Briefly: In one of the many pieces that ran last night about the lawsuit [1] Michael Moore is bringing against the Weinsteins over the profits for Fahrenheit 9/11, there was a minor nugget of info. Deadline [2] says that the Weinsteins were just discussing the filmmaker's next film right up until when the lawsuit was filed. He reportedly "wants to direct a fictional feature film." If that's the case, then this would only be the second time since the sad passing of John Candy that anyone felt tempted to reference Mr. Moore's first fictional film, Canadian Bacon. That was the 1995 comedy where Alan Alda, as the President of the Us, tries to start a war with Canada to raise his popularity index. And, yeah, there is no shortage of jokes to be made about whether or not some of the director's documentaries were fictionalized, but let's keep it clean. Do you want to »

- Russ Fischer

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