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6 items from 2005


Longoria Voted Sexiest TV Star Of All Time

29 August 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria has beaten off competition from Jennifer Aniston to be voted the sexiest TV beauty of all time. The 30-year-old Latina, who claims she was the "ugly duckling" of her family growing up, was honoured for her sexy performance as Gabrielle Solis in the hit US drama. Aniston, who played Friends's Rachel Green for ten years, came second in the survey by British supermarket Sainsbury's, followed by Sex And The City's Kim Cattrall as man-eating Samantha Jones in third place. The Top Five Sexiest Female TV Stars Of All-Time are: 1. Eva Longoria - Desperate Housewives 2. Jennifer Aniston - Friends 3. Kim Cattrall - Sex And The City 4. Pamela Anderson - Baywatch 5. Sarah Michelle Gellar - Buffy The Vampire Slayer. »

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Zeta-Jones and Bullock 'Too Old' for 'Wonder Woman'

1 August 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood beauties Catherine Zeta-Jones and Sandra Bullock have been dismissed as too old to play superheroine Wonder Woman in a new movie version of the TV series - by the show's original star. Lynda Carter, who starred in the original 1970s show, would prefer to see Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon cast a young actress in the lead role rather than any established stars who have been linked with the part. She says, "It should be an unknown actress who's about 20." The OC's Mischa Barton and Tom Cruise's fiancee Katie Holmes are said to be amongst Whedon's prime candidates for his 2007 release. »

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Gellar Heads to 'Wonderland'

27 June 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar has moved on from slaying vampires to becoming the Queen of Hearts in a new movie adaptation of Alice In Wonderland. The actress will star in Alice, a big-screen adaptation of a video game based on Lewis Carroll's classic tales, according to the trade publication Hollywood Reporter. The popular electronic game, American McGee's Alice, has the famous fictional character returning to Wonderland as a troubled adult, seeking to confront her childhood fears and cope with her parents' tragic death. »

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'Firefly' lights up Sci Fi summer

14 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sci Fi Channel has acquired Firefly, the short-lived primetime series from Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon that aired on Fox in 2002, from Twentieth Television. Fourteen episodes, including three that never aired, will begin airing on Sci Fi in July. The acquisition is timed to capitalize on the upcoming Universal Pictures release Serenity, which is based on Firefly. »

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Insulted Gellar Dumps Agent

16 March 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood beauty Sarah Michelle Gellar has ditched the prestigious William Morris Agency after its president dismissed the star as "nothing at all". David Wirtschafter offended the Buffy The Vampire Slayer actress with his comments in US publication the New Yorker surrounding her performance in horror movie The Grudge. Yesterday, Gellar's public relations spokesperson confirmed that she "has left the William Morris Agency effective immediately because of the New Yorker article", reports website Pagesix.Com. However, the sexy star will remain with management company The Firm. Gellar isn't the only star who has been upset by the outspoken talent boss - Charlie's Angels star Lucy Liu has also had problems with William Morris, but not "because of the article" according to a company spokesperson. »

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Nets hoping to scare up successor to 'X-Files'

3 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The hunt is on for primetime's next big fantasy/sci-fi franchise. Reality-bending concepts dot the drama development slate this year as networks search for a worthy successor to The X-Files, which wrapped its nine-season run on Fox in May 2002. The success ABC has had with its spooky thriller Lost has helped whet the appetite among network buyers for genre-based shows, insiders say. "I think people are trying to develop what is not currently on the air," said Dana Walden, president of 20th Century Fox TV, the studio behind such fantasy favorites as X-Files and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. "There isn't a lot of science fiction on TV right now, and people are trying to capitalize on that." »

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