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Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones say 'I Do' again

Last updated on: September 20, 2010 16:00 IST

Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones say 'I Do' again



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Cancer-stricken Michael Douglas and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones are planning to renew their wedding vows in November.


The ceremony to mark their 10th wedding anniversary will be followed by a lavish party at New York's Plaza Hotel where they married in 2000.


'Michael is very weak with his chemotherapy and radiation treatment, but this is something he is determined to do. He was in tears when Catherine suggested they take their vows again and sees it as a wonderful expression of their love,' the Daily Express quoted a friend as saying.


The friend further praised the star by saying that Mike's a fighter and he has promised himself to be strong for their second big day.


Douglas, 65, is also energetically set for New York premiere of his long-awaiting sequel as banker Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. The film releases in India on September 24.

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Image: Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Al Pacino, Robert De Niro reunite for violent gangster movie

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Hollywood legends Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro are reportedly in talks to star in violent gangster movie The Irishman.


The film, to be directed by Martin Scorsese, will be gangster heaven for all mob movie fans. 


All four are famous for their previous hit movies about the American Mafia. 


De Niro and Scorsese, both 67, have been working together on the movie for some time. 


It is based on the exploits of real-life gang hitman Frank Sheeran, as chronicled in the book 'I Heard You Paint Houses' and will recall the late war veteran's possible involvement with the slaughter of famous American union boss Jimmy Hoffa. 


Pacino, 70, and De Niro starred in gangster movie Heat, as well as cop drama Righteous Kill. On the other hand, Pesci, 67, and De Niro teamed up with Scorsese on classics Goodfellas, Casino and Raging Bull. 


'If they all do team up it will result in a rather exciting mob ensemble. Although De Niro and Pacino's last film together Righteous Kill was a disappointment to many, this could well make up for that if plans come to fruition,' the Daily Star quoted a Hollywood insider as saying.

Image: Robert De Niro and Al Pacino
Photographs: Dario Pignatelli/Reuters
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Myleene Klass pregnant with second child

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TV beauty Myleene Klass is pregnant with her second child.


The starlet announced the news online to her fans.


'Woo hoo! I'm pregnant! So happy! X,' the Sun quoted her as saying.


The former Hearsay singer and her Irish fiancee Graham Quinn announced the news after having her three-month scan last week.


Myleene said in August that she would like their daughter Ava, three, to have seven sisters.)

Image: Myleene Klass pregnant with second child
Photographs: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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Ben Affleck's The Town tops weekend box office

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Ben Affleck's directorial venture The Town has emerged the winner at this week's box office.


The ensemble crime drama which he directed and starred in, is his first box office win since Daredevil and has fetched a whopping 23.8 million dollars.


Emma Stone's Easy A made a second-place finish with 18.2 million dollars.


The M Night Shyamalan-hatched chiller Devil scared up fewer bucks than expected and finished at 12.6 million dollars.


Resident Evil: Afterlife, last weekend's number one film, picked up another 10.1 million dollars at the fourth spot this week.


Alpha and Omega debuted at fifth-place with 9.2 million dollars gross at the box office, reports E! Online.


Here's a complete look at the weekend's top-grossing films, per Friday-Sunday estimates compiled by Exhibitor Relations:


1. The Town, 23.8 million dollars

2. Easy A, 18.2 million dollars

3. Devil, 12.6 million dollars

4. Resident Evil: Afterlife, 10.1 million dollars

5. Alpha and Omega, 9.2 million dollars

6. Takers, 3 million dollars

7. The American, 2.8 milion dollars

8. Inception, 2.02 million dollars

9. The Other Guys, 2 million dollars

10. Eat Pray Love, 1.7 million dollars  

Image: Ben Affleck in The Town

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Source: ANI