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Entertainment News #2

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Entertainment News #2 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

The box office blew this weekend, the telethon, America: A Tribute To Heroes, was a success and Dawn gets a killer crush. Check out what's the latest buzz around Hollywood these days...

1 The box office earnings for the weekend on September 21, 2001 were some of the lowest on record. The number one flick of the weekend was Hardball starring Keanu Reeves - and as if that wasn't pathetic enough (a Keanu movie where he actually tried to act is number one?!) it only earned a pathetic eight million. Sadly, Mariah Carey's movie, Glitter didn't even break into the top 10.

1 There is gonna be a new love interest in Sunnydale - but not for Buffy. Lil' sis Dawn finds a hottie to crush on. Problem is, he leaves a body count everywhere he goes. You gotta pity this new guy, cuz you know big sis Buffy will protect Dawn. And she's bound to be a little cranky after plunging to her death in order to save the world...

1 Rose McGowan joins the cast of Charmed this season. We don't know much about it except her character is new - she won't be playing Pru. She'll be a totally new character. And how does this unconventional actress, known for her movie roles, feel about becoming a small screen witch? She doesn't think it'll affect her big screen image at all. "The lines are so blurred now. They really aren't what they used to be," McGowan told eonline. "I've worked with so many actors in movies that are from TV."

1 The telethon to aid the efforts in NY and DC was a huge success. It raised over one hundred million dollars. It was a mix of musical performances, by legends like Bruce Springsteen, Alicia Keys, Billy Joel and Neil Young, as well as stories of real life heroes. Movie stars like Julia Roberts and Jim Carrey gave eulogy-like speeches about people who had perished in the attacks while Goldie Hawn, Cuba Gooding Jr. and other big-time celebs answered the phones. What could have been a tasteless, cheesy night turned out to be a well-done, moving two-hour tribute.

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