Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Amy's New Wine HOUSE...............



People are often unable to do anything, imprisoned as they are in I dont know what kind of terrible, terrible, oh such terrible cage.
Do you know what makes the prison disappear?
Every deep, genuine affection.


We' re all sensitive people with so much to give
Understand me sugar
Since we got to be, lets live,
I love you
Theres nothin wrong with me lovin, you, baby no no
And givin yourself to me can never be wrong
If the love is true, oh baby ooh.


Singer Debuts Her New Breasts:

Amy Winehouse is back in London after months in St. Lucia, a drug addiction and a divorce from husband Blake, and she's showing off her new breasts.
Earlier this month Winehouse's dad Mitch complimented the work and said that Amy is, "Fantastic, fantastic.
Her boobs are great as well."
He then smiled and said, "I shouldn't have said that should I?
She looks absolutely fantastic."
Sunday night Winehouse attended the 2009 Q Awards in a low-cut red dress.


***Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson will topline a Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's drama "A View From the Bridge," bowing at the Cort Theater later this season.
Johansson, who recently wrapped production on the film "Iron Man 2," makes her Rialto debut in the role.

***Jim Wiatt,

departed from the William Morris chairmanship and banished to that dark place where former Hollywood power brokers go, has joined the board of AOL.

***It's not a pretty picture out there for women looking to break into filmmaking, a new study from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film contends.
While prospects for women in the independent film world are rosier than for studio films, the number of females employed in key behind-the-scenes roles in both low- and high-budget movies remains piddling.

***Hollywood is puzzling, The New York Times says, over just what the next film from "Paranormal Activity" director Oren Peli is really worth.
CAA and IM Global are said to be scrambling to sell US rights to Peli's next movie, "Area 51," before the week is out.
At least six companies, including several major studios, have expressed interest.


***New author Robert Hilburn got a pretty nice shout-out for "Corn Flakes with John Lennon And Other Tales from a Rock 'n' Roll Life" at last night's U2 show at the Rose Bowl.

Bono announced that Hilburn was in the house, congratulated him on turning 70, and heaped good words on the book.

***Bruce Springsteen canceled a concert in Kansas City tonight after his cousin, Lenny Sullivan, was found dead in his hotel room -- a source close to the band.

Springsteen announced the death on his official website, saying it was a "death in the family."

***Eric Clapton has bowed out of this week's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th birthday festivities for health reasons.

The guitar great's official Web site says Clapton will undergo a minor medical procedure for gall stones and won't be able to perform as scheduled at one of the two Rock Hall anniversary concerts in New York.

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