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Los Angeles - Actress Gwyneth Paltrow was honoured Monday with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. The Oscar-winner, 38, was awarded the star ahead of her appearance as a country music star in the movie Country Strong. Paltrow's other films include Shakespeare in Love, for which she won a best actress Oscar in 1998, Iron Man, The Good Night, Proof, Sylvia, The Talented Mr Ripley, The Royal Tenenbaums, Emma and Jefferson in Paris. 'I feel so honoured to be getting this star on the Walk of Fame,' Paltrow said. 'The idea that my grandchildren can one day come and see my name on the sidewalk is very overwhelming.' *** ********* Rapper Ja Rule pleads guilty to gun charge »
Chicago – The expansive and intuitive prose poetry of Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” comes to life in Tyler Perry’s film adaptation “For Colored Girls.” Thandie Newton portrays Tangie (color Orange) and saturates the character with a precise truth.
Newton is familiar to audiences as a performer in many notable films. After making a memorable debut in the Australian film “Flirting” (1992), she has been featured in “Jefferson in Paris” (1995), “Beloved” (1998), “Mission Impossible II” (2000), the TV show “ER,” “The Pursuit of Happyness” (2006) and as Condoleeza Rice in “W.” (2008). She might be best remembered for her role as Christine in the Oscar winning Best Picture of 2005, “Crash.”
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