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Lohan film rejected, Portman may move to Paris

Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 - 01:06

Jan 24 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Lindsay Lohan's film gets more rejections, Natalie Portman may move to Paris, and Kate Hudson to design for Ann Taylor. Bob Mezan reports.

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More bad news for Lindsay Lohan. According to "The Hollywood Reporter," her new film "The Canyons" has been rejected by the SXSW Film Festival. The film, which stars her and former porn star James Deen, was supposed to be her come-back movie. It was also previously rejected by the Sundance Film Festival. It looks like Natalie Portman will be moving to Paris. The Oscar winner's husband, Benjamin Millepied, has been named the new director of the Paris Opera Ballet, set to take over in September 2014. Portman and Millepied had a baby in June 2011 and married in August of 2012. Kate Hudson is adding another job to her resume: clothing designer. The actress, who is already the face of retail chain Ann Taylor, will guest design for the fashion house's summer collection - this according to "Women's Wear Daily." The looks will be inspired by Hudson's personal style. Finally, Jennifer Lopez hit the red carpet in New York for the premiere of her new film, "Parker." The A-lister stars alongside Jason Statham in the crime thriller based on the best-selling novels by Donald E. Westlake. "Parker" opens on January 25th.

Lohan film rejected, Portman may move to Paris

Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 - 01:06

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