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Jack Rico

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2009/07/13 at 12:00am

Victoria Beckham in ‘Sex and the City’ Sequel?

07.13.2009 | By |

Victoria Beckham in 'Sex and the City' Sequel?

Victoria Beckham is a pro when it comes to posing in front of the cameras.

But doing anything other than placing her hand on her ever-shrinking hip and pouting her lips may be problem.

This may be the reason why the pin-thin fashion plate is reportedly taking acting lessons in hopes of landing a cameo role in the “Sex and the City” sequel, the Daily Mail reports.

Due to her busy rehearsal schedule for the ‘Spice Girls’ reunion tour in 2007, Posh turned down a walk-on role in the first fashion-obsessed film.

However, producers are reportedly eager to cast the 35-year-old fashionista alongside the film’s four main females in the next movie.

“She really wanted to be in the last movie but wasn’t able to take part because of her commitments with the Spice Girls,” a source said. “This time she’s keen to take part.”

Posh first dabbled with acting in the 1997 flick “Spice World” and again on the small screen in a 2007 episode of “Ugly Betty.”

Given that her only experience thus far has been playing herself, Posh may need to brush up on her acting skills before sharing the big screen with the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall.

Mack Chico

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2009/03/20 at 12:00am

Pitt and Portman lovers in new romantic comedy

03.20.2009 | By |

Pitt and Portman lovers in new romantic comedy

It will be a May-December romance between two of Hollywood’s most beautiful people: Brad Pitt and Natalie Portman.

An onscreen romance, that is.

Pitt, 45, and Portman, 28, have been cast in a new romantic comedy in which he will play an aging photographer and she a New York Times food columnist, Variety reports.

The film, in the works at Paramount, is based on the book, “Important Artifacts and Personal Property From the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion and Jewelry,” by Leanne Shapton.

They are some the hottest stars around, but will audiences like them as a couple … or will it just be weird … kind of like Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt in “As Good as it Gets”?

Mack Chico

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2009/02/16 at 12:00am

Friday the 13th makes a killing at the B.O!

02.16.2009 | By |

Friday the 13th makes a killing at the B.O!

Gory “Friday the 13th” carved its way to the top of the holiday box office, earning a record $42 million on its opening weekend.

The remake of the 1980 horror flick set an all-time high for scary movies, edging out 2004’s “The Grudge,” which raked in $39 million during its debut weekend.

The machete-madness movie features hockey-masked zombie Jason, a drowned summer camper who takes revenge on a new generation of frisky teen counselors.

Even with Valentine’s Day falling on Saturday, “Friday” easily routed the chick flick “He’s Just Not That Into You,” which fell to second place with a take of $19.6 million.

The thriller “Taken” fell to third, with $19.3 million in ticket sales.

Among other new movies, the comedy “Confessions of a Shopaholic” landed in fourth place with sales of $15.4 million, while “The International” pulled in $10 million to finish seventh.

Hollywood was cheering what looks like the best Presidents’ Day weekend ever at the box office. The total gross of all movies was about $190 million, which trumps the previous benchmark of $157 million set in 2007.

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