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Moore and Kutcher Wed

26 September 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were married in a secret ceremony in Beverly Hills, California on Saturday. After initial reports of the marriage by American magazines Us Weekly and People, TV shows Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight confirmed the nuptials had taken place. Us Weekly reported 100 friends and family attended the "brief, but traditional" service, including Moore's ex-husband Bruce Willis and her Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle co-star Lucy Liu, as well as Kutcher's That '70S Show co-star Wilmer Valderrama. While Kutcher, 27, weds for the first time, the union is the third marriage for the 42-year-old Ghost beauty, whose previous husbands include rocker Freddie Moore from 1980 to 1984 and Willis from 1987 to 2000. Moore and Kutcher first met in early 2003 at a casual dinner in New York City, while the actor was in a relationship with his Just Married co-star Brittany Murphy. Kutcher begin dating Moore in May 2003 after splitting from the 8 Mile actress a month earlier. The Punk'd host quickly embraced family life with Moore and Willis' three daughters - Rumer, 17; Scout, 14 and Tallulah, 11 - who affectionately refer to Kutcher as MOD, meaning 'My Other Dad'. »

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Photographer Convicted in Cameron Diaz Case

26 July 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

A photographer who took topless pictures of Cameron Diaz before she hit fame has been convicted on all three counts leveled against him following a bitter court battle. John Rutter, 42, faces up to six years in prison after a jury convicted him of forgery, attempted grand theft and perjury this morning for a scheme to sell the images back to the actress 11 years later for millions of dollars. Rutter is due to be sentenced on September 15. Diaz was not present in Los Angeles Superior Court when the verdict Was read. The jury of seven women and five men deliberated for more than two hours on Friday and announced they had verdicts less than two hours After returning today. During the trial, which began on July 13, Rutter told the jury that while a model release form giving him ownership of the photographs was forged, he didn't do it. But under cross-examination, Rutter acknowledged lying to Diaz and in a court declaration. He also admitted to asking Diaz to pay him $3.5 million in two days or he would sell the snapshots around the world to coincide with the 2003 release of her movie Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Rutter said he believed he had a right to do so and was simply giving the actress "right of first refusal". Diaz testified that Rutter warned her buyers of the snaps were "going to use this against you" by portraying her as a "bad angel" in a huge magazine spread and bus and billboard ad campaign. When he wouldn't identify the purported buyers, Diaz suspected blackmail and contacted the police. »

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Experts Declare Diaz Signature Was Forged

20 July 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Two forensic experts testified in Cameron Diaz's court battle on Monday that a signature on a model release form for topless photos of the actress appear to be forged. Photographer John Rutter is accused of trying to blackmail Diaz over the pictures he took in 1992 and attempting to sell back to her in 2003 for $3.5 million, before the release of her film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Forensic document examiner Bruce Greenwood testified on Monday that the signature on the release form appeared to be forged, after analyzing Diaz's handwriting. He also said the signature on a publicity snapshot of Diaz and Keanu Reeves, who co-starred in Feeling Minnesota, was a fake. Greenwood said he noted certain letters in Diaz's name were "slanted completely different" from the handwriting samples that he had received from her. Forensic expert George Reis also said Diaz's signature was forged and that it appeared the publicity photograph was used to make the forgery. Rutter, 42, is charged with attempted grand theft for the alleged blackmail scheme, forgery for the signature on the form and perjury for declaring in a separate civil case that the signature was authentic. If convicted, he could face up to six years in prison. An extortion charge has been dropped. »

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Demi Moore Tipped for Versace Campaign

13 April 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood beauty Demi Moore has been tipped to become the new face of Versace after she was spotted lunching with the fashion house's chief designer Donatella Versace. The Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle star and boyfriend Ashton Kutcher joined Versace and photographer Mario Testino for a lunch at new London eaterie V last week, reports fashion website Vogue.Com. Versace is looking for a new celebrity face for her forthcoming autumn/winter collection, after enrolling Testino to photograph Madonna for her current season advertising campaign last year. A spokesperson for Versace says, "We're not releasing any information about that yet." »

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Flower grows into Warner Bros. pact

6 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Warner Bros. Pictures believes in flower power, signing a two-year, first-look deal with Flower Films, the production company run by Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen. Barrymore is set to star in Lucky You, a Warners and Village Roadshow Pictures co-production. She also stars in and, with Juvonen, is one of the producers of Fox 2000's Fever Pitch, which opens Friday. Flower Films, formed in 1995, previously called Columbia Pictures its home. Barrymore and Juvonen had been housed there since 2001 and signed a two-year extension deal with that studio in 2003. Films produced under that deal included Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and 50 First Dates. Before Columbia, Flower Films was located at Fox 2000. »

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Flower grows into Warner Bros. pact

6 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Warner Bros. Pictures believes in flower power, signing a two-year, first-look deal with Flower Films, the production company run by Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen. Barrymore is set to star in Lucky You, a Warners and Village Roadshow Pictures co-production. She also stars in and, with Juvonen, is one of the producers of Fox 2000's Fever Pitch, which opens Friday. Flower Films, formed in 1995, previously called Columbia Pictures its home. Barrymore and Juvonen had been housed there since 2001 and signed a two-year extension deal with that studio in 2003. Films produced under that deal included Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and 50 First Dates. Before Columbia, Flower Films was located at Fox 2000. »

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Mac tapped for ShoWest comedy nod

1 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Bernie Mac has been chosen to receive the ShoWest 2005 Comedy Star of the Year Award at ShoWest's closing-night ceremonies March 17, it was announced Monday by Mitch Neuhauser, co-managing director of the convention, which begins March 14 at the Bally's and Paris hotels in Las Vegas. Mac, who starred in last year's Mr. 3000 and appeared in Ocean's Twelve, will next be seen starring opposite Ashton Kutcher in Columbia Pictures' comedy Guess Who, which opens nationwide March 25. "Bernie Mac has proven to be a major comedic film star who has been delighting moviegoers worldwide since 1994 when he made his big-screen debut in House Party 3. Since that time, he has not only gotten funnier and funnier, but his status as one of today's leading comic performers has grown as well," Neuhauser said. Mac's other recent films include Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Bad Santa and Ocean's Eleven. As a founding member of the Kings of Comedy comedy tour, Mac also was featured in Spike Lee's 2000 concert film, The Original Kings of Comedy. He also stars in the television series The Bernie Mac Show. »

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