Genre-crossing folk-pop-country musician Jewel has her spread in the boonies near Stephenville, Texas, up for grabs at $335,000 after it was first and briefly listed at $350,000. The Alaska-bred…
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A day after notorious Balkan jewel thief Milan Poparic escaped from a Swiss prison, news comes that he will be heading stateside — or at least a film about him is. Doppelganger Releasing has acquired…
NBC has found its judge replacement for Sara Bareilles on “The Sing-Off”: folk singer Jewel. Jewel joins returning judges Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman at the judges’ table for the fourth season of…
According to authorities, they zeroed in on the "Basic Instinct" star as their prime suspect after an IMDb search helped them realize the actress hasn't been a movie star in almost a decade, which…
For those who didn't find "Walk the Line" a sufficient exploration of the Johnny Cash-June Carter made-in-country-heaven romance, Lifetime putties in the gaps with "Ring of Fire," a handsome-looking…
The enduring and oft-tortured romance and marriage of Johnny Cash and the Carter Family's June Carter Cash continues to provide compelling cinematic subject matter. The latest incarnation of the…
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Anthony Mastromauro of Identity Films and Danielle Pelland of Entendre Films have picked up the rights to Bill Mason's memoir "Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief," originally set up at Paramount.
"Romeo and Juliet" has remained invulnerable to numerous contempo translations and will remain so, long after writer-director-producer Charles T. Kanganis' "Rome & Jewel" has faded from memory.
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