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August 24, 2006 | Steve Baltin
IN the three years she's been in Los Angeles, Florida native Arielle Kebbel has made the most of her time, rapidly becoming in demand in Hollywood. Already seen this year in "John Tucker Must Die" and "Aquamarine," she will next be on screen in October's "The Grudge 2." When the 21-year-old actress isn't filming, it's all about her friends, her boyfriend of three years (actor-director Brahman Turner) and good food.
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August 24, 2006 | Steve Baltin
IN the three years she's been in Los Angeles, Florida native Arielle Kebbel has made the most of her time, rapidly becoming in demand in Hollywood. Already seen this year in "John Tucker Must Die" and "Aquamarine," she will next be on screen in October's "The Grudge 2." When the 21-year-old actress isn't filming, it's all about her friends, her boyfriend of three years (actor-director Brahman Turner) and good food.
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 2, 2007 | Jenny Sundel
The Los Angeles Mission boasted a star-studded lineup of food servers at its annual Thanksgiving dinner, held the day before the holiday. Even host Kirk Douglas did a double take when he saw Harrison Ford doling out gravy. 1. The Gloved One (a.k.a. Ford) went semi-incognito in a VIP red apron and baseball hat to help hand out over 3,000 meals to the homeless living in the Skid Row area. 2.
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March 3, 2006 | Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
Even if you're in the mood for a mermaid movie, "Aquamarine" probably won't splash its way into your heart. Like its title heroine, it's sparkly, pretty and flirty -- but often all wet. This incessantly perky teen-targeted film, in which two 13-year-old best girlfriends encounter a glamorous, seemingly teenage sea-creature in their Florida beach town pool during what may be their last summer together, is almost terminally cute.
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July 28, 2006 | Jessica Reaves, Chicago Tribune
The vengeance in the bloodthirsty title for "John Tucker Must Die" refers to social "death," or extreme embarrassment, rather than physical demise. In high school, of course, they can feel essentially the same. As the antihero, the aforementioned John Tucker (played by Jesse Metcalfe, the underage gardener from "Desperate Housewives") is targeted for social annihilation after each of his three girlfriends discovers she's not alone in falling for the basketball star's considerable charms.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 25, 2007 | ELIZABETH SNEAD
The celeb count for runway shows during L.A. Fashion Week at Smashbox is routinely high because (A) it's L.A. and (B) stars always turn out for designers they love. Front-row faces at the Bebe Collection Fall/Winter '07 show last Sunday: 1. Jerry O'Connell and his Amazonian squeeze, Rebecca Romijn. Hanging backstage, 2. Brenda Strong, left, the disembodied voice of Mary Alice on "Desperate Housewives," and Arielle Kebbel wore their best Bebe. 3. "DH" star Eva Longoria, the new face of Bebe Sport, locked fingers with designer David Cardona.
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January 30, 2009 | Glenn Whipp
"The Uninvited" offers ironclad proof that Hollywood should give up the ghost already when it comes to remaking Asian horror movies. But really, how many ticket buyers in "The Uninvited's" targeted teen demographic know -- or care -- that it can't hold a flickering candle to the South Korean original, Kim Jee-woon's 2003 creep-fest, "A Tale of Two Sisters"?
ENTERTAINMENT
December 2, 2005 | Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer
"The Kid & I" stars Tom Arnold as an actor so failed that he's planning his suicide when he gets a job offer from his agent (Henry Winkler), who heretofore has refused all his calls for at least two years. It seems zillionaire Davis Roman (Joe Mantegna) wants Arnold's Bill Williams to write and costar in a movie.
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April 29, 2007 | JENNY SUNDEL
New mom 1. Amanda Peet, left, abandoned her husband of seven months, screenwriter David Benioff ("Troy"), for another man. Well, at least for a couple of hours on April 18, when she made her post-pregnancy debut at the opening of Oscar de la Renta's sleek new boutique on Melrose Place. But surely her hubby understood. After all, De la Renta was the man behind the most important dress in his wife's life.
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January 13, 2008
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane A virginal social climber's weekend outing at a ranch with a group of randy teenage boys turns into a survival test. With Amber Heard, Anson Mount, Whitney Able, Michael Welch and Edwin Hodge. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Written by Jacob Foreman. Senator Films March 7. Amusement Three former classmates are linked to a disturbing event from their childhood. With Keir O'Donnell, Katheryn Winnick, Jessica Lucas, Laura Breckenridge and Tad Hilgenbrink.
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May 28, 2004 | Kevin Crust, Times Staff Writer
Flashy production design can't save "Soul Plane" from crashing and burning in a debris field strewn with stereotypes and raunch. Director Jessy Terrero steps up from the music video ranks to make his feature debut, but he's flying strictly cargo class with this crass, unfunny attempt at an urbanized version of "Airplane!"
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