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July 30, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell are now parents to a baby boy! The "The Ides of March" actress, 25, and her actor husband, 27, have welcomed their first child: a "beautiful" son, according to her rep, who confirmed the news to People  and Us Weekly .  "Parents and baby are all doing well," the rep said. While no name or birth date was made available, Wood did share the happy tidings on Twitter. PHOTOS: The Hollywood baby boom "Its a boy!
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July 30, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell are now parents to a baby boy! The "The Ides of March" actress, 25, and her actor husband, 27, have welcomed their first child: a "beautiful" son, according to her rep, who confirmed the news to People  and Us Weekly .  "Parents and baby are all doing well," the rep said. While no name or birth date was made available, Wood did share the happy tidings on Twitter. PHOTOS: The Hollywood baby boom "Its a boy!
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January 11, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Evan Rachel Wood is pregnant! "Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell confirmed they are expecting their first child later this year. The couple is thrilled," a rep for Wood told Us Weekly. This will be the first child for the "Mildred Pierce" actress, 25, and the "Billy Elliott" actor, 26. "Remember when i said, 'No baby on the way here,'" Wood tweeted with a picture of the book "What to Expect When You're Expecting. " "Well, I didnt know there actually was!"
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January 11, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Evan Rachel Wood is pregnant! "Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell confirmed they are expecting their first child later this year. The couple is thrilled," a rep for Wood told Us Weekly. This will be the first child for the "Mildred Pierce" actress, 25, and the "Billy Elliott" actor, 26. "Remember when i said, 'No baby on the way here,'" Wood tweeted with a picture of the book "What to Expect When You're Expecting. " "Well, I didnt know there actually was!"
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December 28, 2002 | Hugh Hart, Special to The Times
"A lot of people might have expected me to move out to L.A. and start making studio movies and that kind of thing," says Jamie Bell, slouched in a chair at a Beverly Hills restaurant, "but that just isn't me. I'm doing all right." Indeed, the working-class teenager from northern England who beat Tom Hanks, Russell Crowe and Geoffrey Rush to win the British Academy of Film and Television Arts best actor trophy for his performance two years ago in "Billy Elliot," seems to be doing just fine.
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November 1, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell are married! The "Thirteen" and "True Blood" actress, 25, and "Billy Elliott" star, 26, tied the knot in a small ceremony Tuesday, a Wood rep confirmed to People. The two got engaged early this year, according to Us Weekly, which said the bride wore a custom Chantilly lace mermaid gown by Carolina Herrera. PHOTOS: Celebrities by the Times The bride and groom met in 2005 when they shot a Green Day video together and dated for a year.
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February 11, 2011 | By Sheri Linden, Special to the Los Angeles Times
It's jarring, at first, to hear Romans speak with American accents in "The Eagle. " But that sly twist on sword-and-sandals convention makes perfect sense, lending a 21st century perspective on empire to this 2nd century drama. If only more of the film felt as fresh. Director Kevin Macdonald, who has explored extreme personalities in such memorable work as "One Day in September," "Touching the Void" and "The Last King of Scotland," hews so faithfully to genre storytelling in his new feature that it often feels like a missed opportunity.
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August 31, 2008 | Michael Ordona, Special to The Times
Since HE grand-jeteed onto the scene with his BAFTA-winning performance in "Billy Elliot" at 13, Jamie Bell has grown into a bona fide globe-trotter. He just shot "Defiance" in Lithuania with Daniel Craig (slated for a December release), went to nine countries for Doug Liman's "Jumper" and filmed his current "Mister Foe" partially in Scotland. And now the 22-year-old lives in New York. But after all that, he finds himself feeling surprisingly close to his small hometown in the northeast of England that he had jumped out of at the first opportunity.
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July 30, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Nicki Minaj has finally spoken out about DJ Khaled's very public MTV marriage proposal. Guess what! They're not getting married. Surprise!  Turns out the whole thing was a publicity stunt to promote the rapper's single "I Wanna Be With You," which features Minaj and will appear on his album "Symptoms of Success," due out Sept. 24. Is any of this sounding familiar? PHOTOS: 50 most beautiful female celebrities Well, it should. These are lyrics Khaled dropped in his heartfelt video proposal to Minaj last week in which he told the "Super Bass" MC that she was the one for him. "I want to be honest with you. I love you. I like you. I want you to be mine.
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September 20, 2008
AFI Fest: "Defiance," a film in which Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell play brothers struggling to stay alive during World War II, will have its world premiere on Nov. 9 at the closing night festivities of the AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival at the ArcLight in Hollywood. Renewed: CBS has ordered 13 more episodes of its summer police drama "Flashpoint," to be aired in 2009. Casting: Mimi Kennedy will star in "The Lady With All the Answers," a play about advice columnist Ann Landers that opens at the Pasadena Playhouse on Oct. 17.
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November 1, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell are married! The "Thirteen" and "True Blood" actress, 25, and "Billy Elliott" star, 26, tied the knot in a small ceremony Tuesday, a Wood rep confirmed to People. The two got engaged early this year, according to Us Weekly, which said the bride wore a custom Chantilly lace mermaid gown by Carolina Herrera. PHOTOS: Celebrities by the Times The bride and groom met in 2005 when they shot a Green Day video together and dated for a year.
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February 11, 2011 | By Sheri Linden, Special to the Los Angeles Times
It's jarring, at first, to hear Romans speak with American accents in "The Eagle. " But that sly twist on sword-and-sandals convention makes perfect sense, lending a 21st century perspective on empire to this 2nd century drama. If only more of the film felt as fresh. Director Kevin Macdonald, who has explored extreme personalities in such memorable work as "One Day in September," "Touching the Void" and "The Last King of Scotland," hews so faithfully to genre storytelling in his new feature that it often feels like a missed opportunity.
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August 31, 2008 | Michael Ordona, Special to The Times
Since HE grand-jeteed onto the scene with his BAFTA-winning performance in "Billy Elliot" at 13, Jamie Bell has grown into a bona fide globe-trotter. He just shot "Defiance" in Lithuania with Daniel Craig (slated for a December release), went to nine countries for Doug Liman's "Jumper" and filmed his current "Mister Foe" partially in Scotland. And now the 22-year-old lives in New York. But after all that, he finds himself feeling surprisingly close to his small hometown in the northeast of England that he had jumped out of at the first opportunity.
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December 28, 2002 | Hugh Hart, Special to The Times
"A lot of people might have expected me to move out to L.A. and start making studio movies and that kind of thing," says Jamie Bell, slouched in a chair at a Beverly Hills restaurant, "but that just isn't me. I'm doing all right." Indeed, the working-class teenager from northern England who beat Tom Hanks, Russell Crowe and Geoffrey Rush to win the British Academy of Film and Television Arts best actor trophy for his performance two years ago in "Billy Elliot," seems to be doing just fine.
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February 21, 2008
Retrospectives are usually the province of filmmakers in their 50s, but director David Gordon Green, 31, is the subject of a three-day fete at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre. "The showcase makes me feel old," Green says from his New Orleans home, "and quite excited. . . . I'm not usually one for looking back, but it'll be great to see these projected in all their 35-mm glory."
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February 21, 2008 | Ron Magid
That's not just a bus. It's a weapon in a age-old war fought between time-space hopping Jumpers -- in this case, the roguish Griffin (Jamie Bell) -- and Paladins, led by Roland (Samuel L. Jackson), who are sworn to destroy them. In "Jumper," the battle climaxes when Griffin teleports a double decker from London to the Sahara to smash Roland. "The bus materializes out of thin air over the desert, then rolls like a yo-yo and impacts a sand dune," says visual effects supervisor Kevin Elam ("Mr.
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