Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 42nd birthday yesterday in Miami, Florida on a yacht. She enjoyed herself, dancing in the photo above, and was with friends and family, including manager Benny Medina.
It was a private yacht called the "Never Say Never" (oooh, someone is a James Bond fan aren't they?) and she also had a private dinner the night before in Miami where J. Lo sang and had a great time being surrounded by her family during this time of her life.
Jennifer Lopez separated from Marc Anthony in June and filed for divorce from him earlier this month. Aside from many rumors, no one has the real full story behind their break-up....yet.
For now, let's just celebrate J. Lo looking great for 42 with another photo showing her feet for you people who like that sort of thing.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: No Booty Shots Happened. Sorry Peeps.
The new trailer for "Dream House" starring Daniel Craig has been released and it is freaky! The movie also stars along with Craig, Naomi Watts, and Rachel Weisz. It looks like it could be a 6th sense thing but with a chilling murder and who did it hanging in the balance.
It looks good. Here is hoping Daniel Craig can return soon to his agent role of 007, James Bond, as well.
Check out the "Dream House" trailer and let us know what you think.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Hope They Did Not Give Away Too Much In Trailer
Daniel Craig will be returning the role of James Bond and will be released in 2011, sources revealed to us on Monday.
We hear the movie will be more action packed and light like "Casino Royale" was and not like "Quantum Of Solace" was.
If it is like "Casino Royale" then I will watch it but if it is anything like "Solace", forget it.-Dr.FB
According to Variety, Casino Royale director Martin Campbell is in talks with Warner Bros. to helm their production of The Green Lantern. Other films Campbell has directed include the two Zorro films (The Mask of Zorro and The Legend of Zorro) starring Antonio Banderas, and another James Bond flick Goldeneye. The script for Green Lantern was written by Marc Guggenheim, Michael Green, and Greg Berlanti, who was also originally considered to direct the film. Instead, Berlanti will share production credit with Donald DeLine.
Hope James Bond enjoys his week stay on top of the movie charts as Twilight is set for world domination on Friday.
The movie premiere was a who's who of entertainment royalty all aligned to see the new star in town; Robert Pattinson.
The last of the Hot Topic in-store appearances last week were a success, just the like movie will be. Some are calling hugest blockbuster ever. Me, I am not so sure. The books may rock, but will the movie roll?-Dr.FB
Star Trek By J.J. Abrams is being released May 8, 2009 and Abrams is not going to let you forget.
Released was a full picture of the Enterprise, the ship where the Star Trek cast is on.
A full preview of Star Trek will debut with the new James Bond movie, Quantum Of Solace, this weekend.-Dr.FB
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The Lion has gotten into bed with YouTube.
The venerable studio, eager to monetize its library however possible, will allow YouTube to stream certain MGM pics and TV skeins in their entirety in exchange for ad coin. Deal reps a significant step forward for Google¹s video sharing site, which has been heavily courting Hollywood to broaden its offerings beyond short user-generated fare.
The site recently began streaming TV episodes and indie films in their entirety, but until now, it has only streamed clips of studio pics. Pact gives the site a better chance to compete against Hulu, the joint venture of News Corp. and NBC Universal, which streams TV episodes and pics in their entirety.
As is often the case with such deals, MGM is limiting its offerings to protect ancillary markets: It will initially allow YouTube to stream will begin streaming certain action pics such as "Bulletproof Monk" and "The Magnificent Seven", along with clips from pics such as "Legally Blonde" It will also stream episodes from the skein "American Gladiators" in their entirety.
James Bond movies are not part of the deal.
For the full article, check out Variety.-Dr.FB