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What'sOn: Insider GOSSIP - Kidman is singled out.

Byline: Darren Kelly


NICOLE Kidman and 20th Century Fox have optioned the novel The Bachelorette Party by Karen McCullah Lutz. Nicole intends to roduce and probably star in this tale of love, lmost marriage, engagement parties nd keeping secrets. The book's author is also sponsoring a contest - she's inviting ladies to contribute their wildest bachelorette moments in 500 words or less. She'll choose the winner, who will get a weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. If you're feeling brave, click onto Don't expect any private moments about Nicole's single life because she says: "I'm not going there. There's too much I've got to keep secret."

BEYONCE and Steve Martin may be the stars of the new Pink Panther movie but the world is gearing up to fall in love with the star of the original movie in 1964.

I'm not talking about Peter Sellers as the scene-stealing Inspector Clouseau but the Pink Panther himself, who appeared in the animated opening credits.

It won an Oscar and over the next 15 years another 123 mostly dialogue-free cartoons featuring the lanky, sophisticated Panther were released.

The five disc Pink Panther Classic Cartoon DVD Collection is out on February 27 and the movie is released next month.

AFTER all these years together, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are finally making it legal.

The Oscar-winning Boston buddies will reunite onscreen in an untitled drama inspired by two real-life attorneys, who fight a 15-year battle to free an innocent man on death row.

Save for a couple of cameos in Kevin Smith's Dogma and Jersey Girls, the duo haven't headlined a movie together since 1997's Good Will Hunting.


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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Feb 10, 2006
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