Michelle Yeoh, who plays pro-democracy Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi in an upcoming film, has been deported from Myanmar, The Associated Press reports.
Yeoh, a former Bond girl, tried to enter the country on June 22, but was deported the same day because she was on a blacklist, a government official said. The official did not say why Yeoh was on the list.
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Two new series will join the CW's existing mix of youth-targeted shows, the network announced Thursday.
Nikita, a remake of the Luc Besson film and the '90s syndicated hit starring Peta Wilson, will follow The Vampire Diaries on Thursdays. High School Musical's Ashley Tisdale stars in Hellcats — a cheerleading dramedy produced by Smallville's Tom Welling — which will run on Wednesdays after America's Next Top Model.
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Question: I just saw a direct-to-video movie called Havoc that was dedicated to Jessica Kaplan (1979-2003). Who was she and why is the movie dedicated to her?
Answer: When Los Angeles-born Jessica Kaplan was a 17-year-old high-school student at Santa Monica's famous Crossroads School, she sold a screenplay called The Powers that Be — about privileged white California kids who were into gangbanging ghetto culture until they run into the real thing — to New Line Cinema for a cool $150,000. This happened a full three years before 13-year-old Nikki Reed wrote a screenplay called Thirteen about her experiences as a wayward child of privilege, but Reed got far more publicity because her script was quickly produced and she costarred in the movie. Kaplan