Apparently following in the footsteps of Nick and Jessica, married couple Britney and Kevin Federline have signed on to star in a UPN version of what seems to be Newlyweds, camera crews following their every move.


Peter Jennings, anchor for ABC’s World News Tonight, was diagnosed with lung cancer this week. Jennings, who will start outpatient treatment

next week, has said that he will continue working

as anchor during his treatment.


Long awaiting the arrival of the comic book revival in movie form of superhero Superman, Warner Bros. has announced that screen star Frank Langella will charm audiences as Superman’s boss. Langella once spooked audiences as the classic horror star, Count Dracula.


For those of you who are acquainted with Triumph, the insult comic talking dog from NBC, here is news. There is officially a plush, fully vocal and physical version coming to stores and toy stores around. Get ready, the insults will be flying.

April 8, 2005


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