Sunday, May 4, 2008
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Winehouse won't sing theme for new Bond movie
LONDON - Producer Mark Ronson said he and Amy Winehouse have abandoned recording the theme to the latest James Bond film because the singer is not ready to work.
Ronson said the singer is 'not ready to record any music.' He produced much of Winehouse's Grammy-winning 'Back to Black.' He made the comments in an interview with Sky News on Friday.
Ronson says the two started work on the track for the upcoming Bond movie 'Quantum of Solace,' but it would take 'some miracle of science' to finish it.
Attorney: DNA test proves boy is Brown's son
COLUMBIA, S.C. - An attorney said a DNA test confirmed James Brown fathered the son of a woman who claimed to be the singer's wife when he died.
Peter Shahid, an attorney for James Brown II, said Friday that the boy was tested in April before a South Carolina judge ordered a paternity test.
The results of the court-ordered test have not been released. The boy is the 6-year-old son of Tomi Rae Hynie, a former backup singer for the 'Godfather of Soul.'
Trustees handling Brown's estate have suggested that Hynie was not legally married to Brown and that her boy is not his son. They were not mentioned in Brown's will.
'High School Musical 3' begins filming in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY - In real life, Zac Efron is just as cute - maybe cuter - than he is dancing and singing as Troy Bolton in Disney's wildly popular 'High School Musical' movies.
That's the assessment from 10-year-old Eden Withers, who got a close look at Efron during a news conference at East High School to mark the filming of 'High School Musical 3: Senior Year.'
Her seat among a bunch of reporters came courtesy of her dad, who runs the Salt Lake City School District.
'HSM3' began filming here Saturday and opens in movie theaters Oct. 24.