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Ashton Kutcher Demi Moore

September 30, 2011 by Post Team 

Ashton Kutcher Demi MooreAshton Kutcher Demi Moore, It’s been a week of several high-profile celebrities “going undercover” – so to speak. Topping the list, of course, are Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, who on Thursday continued to avoid commenting on the widely circulated story that his six years of marriage is essentially over – and may soon face a divorce and division of the couple’s fortune, estimated, and almost 300 million.

Moore was a conspicuous no-show at the premiere Tuesday in Los Angeles of “Bunraku,” a martial arts film, also starring Josh Hartnett and Ron Perlman.

“To show how gun shy she is, this was a relatively private event – compared to most releases – as took place at the Chateau Marmont,” said an insider Moore. “And yet she was not willing to risk everything facing the press could be there.”

† Also avoid the media – but for very different reasons – the Oscar winner Rachel Weisz and her husband, James Bond, Daniel Craig. Film newlyweds new “Dream House” premieres on Friday. It was in that movie with the couple met, fell in love and eventually separated from their loved ones, and a source of study, said, “There was no way he wanted any personal questions of the press.”

Therefore, there was no early screenings premieres and very few of the critics and other media – all to avoid that problem.

Besides that, there were serious conflicts with the producers of director Jim Sheridan had big problems with the producers of the film, leading even to deny final cut of the film “Dream House”. – Never a good sign.

SIGN OF THE TIMES: Sara Leal, the woman some media media reports had an appointment with Ashton Kutcher last weekend, reportedly has hired the legal team that once represented Dawn Holland, former clinic worker Betty Ford sued Lindsay Lohan, claiming that the actress had been assaulted.

Leal is believed the purchase of its history – for big bucks.

A new reality? Despite Nelson Mandela’s granddaughters insist they are not exploiting their relationship with the icon of South Africa, a number of types of TV are rolling their eyes to show the reality of the women proposed.

Adjoa Dorothy Amuah, Zaziwe Dlamini Dlamini-Manaway and Swati – all raised in the United States – hoping to start his show early next year, insisting that it wants to be known as the “African Kardashians”, but this is what fashion-conscious young women that are already known in Hollywood.

BABY BEAT: Funnyman Mike Myers and his wife, Kelly Tisdale, have announced the birth of their first child, a baby born two weeks ago that we hope to live up to its difficult name: Spike.

PROMOTE THE BEARS: Here wishing to country superstar Trace Adkins, who will sing the national anthem Sunday at Soldier Field, Bears inspire our victory over the Panthers. Adkins is in town for the main concert on Sunday at the Auditorium Theatre.

SEEN ON THE SCENE: Tyrese Gibson, recently discovered in Chicago & Los Angeles Kings apparently are getting a great support for his tirade in a Delaware radio station – denouncing downtown liquor stores (and some nasty types attract them) are often located near elementary schools. A source close to the artist says that Tyrese is considering launching a national campaign to draw attention to this problem. … Actor and comedian Kevin Pollak dined at Joe Stone Crab. … While Gary Pressy celebrated its 25th anniversary as organist O’Donovan Cubs with friends in Irving Park, he heard one of his best memories happened away from Wrigley Field, playing the organ at the funeral of his friend, the Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Brickhouse.

Stargazing: the rap superstar Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson hits town next week to promote the release of King Street, an injection of raw energy – but with an integrated component in charity. The sale of each of King Street will also provide a meal for someone in need. While here, Fiddy will also host a party, led by the P**ycat Dolls.

BIG ANNIVERSARY: The year of celebration, the 30th anniversary of the Chicago Academy for the Arts – Our first-class city “Fame” high school, co-founded by the late Kupcinet Esse – May 10 will culminate with the Harris “The taste for the arts. ” Theatre gala, organized by students and parents CAA Deann Bayless Rick and Bill Kurtis and Donna LaPietra, gourmet treats will be the best chefs in Chicago and a sample of students and alumni talent.

NOT about you: Steve Tisch, heir to the hotel which has become a major sports mogul and Hollywood producer, is the only one who has both a Super Bowl ring and an Oscar. New York Giants co-owner and co-producer of “Forrest Gump”, is said to be a fun part of it.

He told the New York Daily News that when people come to his home in Los Angeles, “ask if they can get their picture with [the ring or the Oscar], but not me!”

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