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Mixed-bag b.o. weekend; 'Shark' tops at $13.1 mil

26 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

In fast-changing weekly turnovers, Shark Tale materialized again as the overseas boxoffice leader, while The Bourne Supremacy captured Germany, I, Robot went to the top in Italy, The Forgotten aroused Spain, Shall We Dance? frolicked in Australia, and Secret Window scared Japan. Among other titles (either in holdover or entering new territories) picking up a piece of the scattered action in an overcrowded market were Collateral, The Terminal and Alien vs. Predator. In addition, new entries are slowly entering the market as part of a buildup for the coming holiday season. DreamWorks' animated Shark Tale continued to benefit from midterm school holidays in the United Kingdom, where it held on to first place for a second session with $5.9 million (from 504 screens) for a market cume to date of $22.7 million, and also held strong in France with a $2.7 million (from 689) second weekend for a 12-day total of $7.3 million. The fish tale swallowed $13.1 million over the weekend from 2,998 screens in 18 countries, lifting the overseas gross to $77.3 million. »

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Mixed-bag b.o. weekend; 'Shark' tops at $13.1 mil

26 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

In fast-changing weekly turnovers, Shark Tale materialized again as the overseas boxoffice leader, while The Bourne Supremacy captured Germany, I, Robot went to the top in Italy, The Forgotten aroused Spain, Shall We Dance? frolicked in Australia, and Secret Window scared Japan. Among other titles (either in holdover or entering new territories) picking up a piece of the scattered action in an overcrowded market were Collateral, The Terminal and Alien vs. Predator. In addition, new entries are slowly entering the market as part of a buildup for the coming holiday season. DreamWorks' animated Shark Tale continued to benefit from midterm school holidays in the United Kingdom, where it held on to first place for a second session with $5.9 million (from 504 screens) for a market cume to date of $22.7 million, and also held strong in France with a $2.7 million (from 689) second weekend for a 12-day total of $7.3 million. The fish tale swallowed $13.1 million over the weekend from 2,998 screens in 18 countries, lifting the overseas gross to $77.3 million. »

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Letterman Consumes Lopez's Perfume

18 October 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jennifer Lopez was left stunned during an appearance on David Letterman's talk show on Thursday night - when the comedian sprayed her perfume into his mouth. Lopez appeared on his show to promote new movie Shall We Dance? when Letterman pulled out her fragrances Glow and Still from behind his desk. After making enquiries about them, the host opened a bottle of Still and squirted the fragrant contents into his mouth, as a stunned Lopez screamed, "Dave, what are you doing?" Letterman gulped it down and commented, "That's pretty good. That's nice; I like that. I think this is a great idea because I've always commented on how nice you smell when you come out (on the show) and now the whole world can smell this way." Earlier this year, Letterman consumed some of Jessica Simpson's beauty products from her Dessert line. »

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J.Lo To Tour

6 October 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Latina beauty Jennifer Lopez is set to tour for the first time ever - five years after she began her singing career. The actress-turned-singer began her pop career in 1999 with her debut album On The 6, featuring tracks produced by her then-boyfriend Sean 'P Diddy' Combs and the hit singles "If You Had My Love" and "Waiting For Tonight." Lopez is ready to throw herself back into music again after making a string of films Jersey Girl, An Unfinished Life and Shall We Dance?. She enthuses, "I think I'm going to be doing my first tour. I've been talking about it for a long time but I always get sidetracked because of the movie things. This time I'm really going to try and get out there." »

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J.Lo's Ex Make-Up Artist Threatens Scandalous Book

13 September 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jennifer Lopez's former make-up artist has threatened to write a scandalous book about the Latina star if she continues to criticize him in public. Scott Barnes was ditched by Lopez after four years, when she discovered he was leaking private information about her to the press. But Barnes, who has worked with Kate Hudson and Uma Thurman, denies the reports and is considering revealing secrets about her faith healer who allegedly purifies her houses by ridding "bad auras" and curses people who cause her distress. An insider tells website Pagesix.Com, "He knows everything. He knows all about Jennifer and her faith healer (Merle Gonzalez). After Ben Affleck left Jennifer, Merle went in to expel bad auras and cleanse her house. Merle also blessed the Shall We Dance set and some people say Jennifer has had Merle put hexes on people she feels have done her wrong." Lopez's representative said, "We don't comment on personal matters." »

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J.Lo Joins 'Will & Grace' Again To Avoid Marriage Questions

12 August 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jennifer Lopez is set to star in a second episode of Will & Grace to help promote her forthcoming film Shall We Dance? so she can avoid interrogating questions about married life. J.Lo has so far refused to acknowledge she has married singer Marc Anthony after they tied the knot in a surprise ceremony in the superstar's Beverly Hills, California mansion on June 5, following a whirlwind four month courtship. American gossip site Pagesix.Com claims Lopez has asked producers of the NBC comedy if she could make an appearance in October - the same month the film opens across the US. A source says, "She knows it will help boost her image. She can't do Diane Sawyer or Barbara Walters because they will ask questions. This is a woman who won't even acknowledge her marriage. But her movie needs help and so does her public image. Jennifer got a huge boost after her first appearance on Will & Grace and even though she was very demanding - she had to have script approval and made them fly in all of her hair and makeup team - her appearance got great ratings, so they will most likely let her back on. Unfortunately, Janet Jackson just announced she is also doing the show, which means Jennifer will follow her, but she needs the public to fall back in love with her." Lopez's spokesperson said, "I won't deny the appearance." J.Lo performed in the April sixth season finale as the wedding entertainment at Megan Mullally's character Karen's Las Vegas marriage to John Cleese's Lyle. »

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Miramax Rejects Lopez-Anthony Duet

2 July 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Latina superstar Jennifer Lopez has axed the duet she recorded with Marc Anthony for her new movie Shall We Dance - because movie bosses don't want their marriage to overshadow the film. Miramax are now looking for different stars to re-record Lopez and Anthony's song "Sway," for the romantic comedy, in which she stars alongside Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon. An insider tells website Pagesix.Com, "Her engagement to Ben Affleck didn't help Gigli or Jersey Girl, and her marriage to Marc Anthony isn't going to help Shall We Dance. Miramax doesn't want the publicity focusing on the two of them. They've been through that before. They want to keep the focus on the movie. J.Lo insisted on doing the recording with him (Anthony) in Miami. It cost Miramax more than $100,000." The film will hit American cinemas later this year. »

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Is J.Lo Turning Her Back on Movies for Music?

22 June 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Superstar Jennifer Lopez could be poised to ditch her floundering movie career in order to concentrate on music, according to insiders close to the diva. Newly-wed J.Lo - whose third husband Marc Anthony is a hugely- successful singer - has reportedly sent shockwaves through the team behind her upcoming release Shall We Dance? by refusing to attend the movie's premiere in October. And sources say her co-star Richard Gere is horrified by his leading lady's lack of enthusiasm for the project, which comes hot on the heels of box-office flops Gigli and Jersey Girl. A source tells British newspaper the Daily Star: "It was no secret that Jennifer and Richard didn't get on but they found a professional balance to get them through. But Richard isn't impressed that she's ruled herself out of the premiere and doesn't think it's the right impression to give the public or media. Her people aren't worried as she has so many strings to her bow - but sense she wants to move away from films after her run of flops. She could find solace in music." »

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