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Indie filmmaker Joseph Strick, who adapted James Joyce's "Ulysses" for the bigscreen, died of congestive heart failure June 1 in Paris. He was 86.
Crowd control was in full effect on Tuesday for the premiere of Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl's action slash romantic comedy, "Killers."
Aziz Ansari is a busy man these days. The multihyphenate is juggling his starring role on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," standup dates and a host of feature work as a thesp and scribe.
Towncars sporting license plates with "Diva 60" and "Diva 37" delivered celebs Jessica Simpson and Candy Spelling to the annual Alliance for Women in Media's Gracie Awards.
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