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Amanda Peet, the co-star of John Cusack in "2012 (2009)", is pregnant again. Peet's representative confirmed to People that she is expecting her second child with screen-writer husband, David Benioff.
On Peet's pregnancy, her representative didn't give any further information, including her due date. The upcoming baby will join Peet's first daughter Frances Pen, who was born in February 2007.
Back in April in the same year Peet gave birth to Pen, the FBI Agent Dakota Whitney of "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" said, "I think we want more [kids]." She then added, "He [Benioff] wants three, but I'm old, I'm an old lady. Two is enough."
Amanda Peet has starred in several movies, including "Something's Gotta Give", "The Whole Ten Yards" and "Five Dollars a Day". Meanwhile, her husband David Benioff has written some movie screenplays, such as "Troy", "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", and "Brothers".
Peet and Benioff had dated for four years before deciding to tie the knot. »
4 November 2009 4:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Even as Capitol Films pursues international sales for a slate of movies at Afm this week, legal battles for the men who head the company are heating up.
In the latest salvo, executives behind defunct New York hedge fund D.B. Zwirn, which provided most of the money to David Bergstein and his partner Ron Tutor to make and sell movies, filed suit Monday for reimbursement of about $120 million. That money was used by the pair to acquire Capitol for $30 million and ThinkFilm for $25 million as well as to operate a series of companies and produce movies involving high-profile directors and stars.
Bergstein, whose banner now is Pangea Media Group, and Tutor, the Los Angeles-based millionaire behind Tutor-Saliba, one of the largest U.S. construction firms, provided personal guarantees on the loans that appear to put them on the hook for more than $65 million. That's according to »
- By Alex Ben Block
Carrying no air of accomplishment, this gifted artist came to the United States with quite a repertoire under his belt. Foster has been featured on the Twilight soundtrack for his work with Bobby Long and The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Remember Me star Robert Pattinson on "Let Me Sign" and on the opening credits for up-coming film Five Dollars A Day (with Christopher Walken and Sharon Stone - forthcoming fall 2009) as well the soundtrack for two songs, "I Don't Mind" and "Make It Easy." He is also a year away from completing his Master's degree in art wherein his specialty is sculpture. Nevertheless, there is this vibe e that emanates from Foster off-stage and behind-the-scenes that he has no idea just how important he and his music are. His work in Dallas, perhaps, has previewed him to that understanding. Foster played with Bobby Long »
3 items from 2009
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