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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Ben Roethlishberger; Naomi Campbell, Jamie Foxx, Brad and Angelina

Ben Roethlishberger; Naomi Campbell, Jamie Foxx, Brad and Angelina....the latest news on these celebrities..QB for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger made his first public appearance a month after his June 12 motorcycle crash saying all he’s thinking about is football. When asked if he’ll ride a bike again Roethlisberger said:
"I don't know. I am not even thinking about that right now...... I said when I first started thinking about things; I started thinking about my family. Now that I am doing better and I feel good, now all I am thinking about is football and that is what is on my mind right now. I am getting healthy and I am getting better every day so all I am thinking about is football. I am not thinking about anything else."
Naomi Campbell has struck again! The super model, while negotiating a plea on previous charges of assault of one of her former employees, is being sued by yet another employee. Naomi, have you considered a career change??Perhaps you might consider getting into the ring with say....Leilah Ali??

Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx, currently co-starring in the new film based on the hit television show, "Miami Vice" which opens nationwide this month, has plans with his manager Jaime Rucker King to develop "The Power of Duff" along with producer Marc Platt.

The drama follows a Rochester, New York TV news anchor who after the death of his father begins praying aloud for things to happen while reading the evening news. When his prayers start coming true, it ignites controversy about whether he's a prophet, a pundit or a charlatan. This script by Stephen Belber is deemed a hot property in Hollywood. It has attracted the interest of Russell Crowe, Ron Howard and at one point Tom Hanks. Foxx may star in the film.

Angelina Jolie will star as Mariane Pearl, the wife of Daniel Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan, in an adaptation of Pearl’s book, "A Mighty Heart: The Brave Life and Death of My Husband Danny Pearl. Brad Pitt will produce the film, directed by Michael Winterbottom.
The movie will be produced by Revolution Films and Plan B, the production company Pitt and his former wife, Jennifer Aniston, founded. Though Pitt and Aniston, divorced last year, they remain co-owners of the company.Now that's irony!

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