Hathaway starstruck over 'Slumdog' star

NEW YORK - Anne Hathaway is a fan of 'Slumdog Millionaire' - and the young star of the film, Dev Patel.

A starstruck Hathaway expressed her love for the actor's performance in 'Slumdog' on the red carpet at the National Board of Review Awards gala in Manhattan.

Meeting Patel for the first time, Hathaway declared: 'I love you in your movie so much! ... You're so beautiful in it. You broke my heart. It was gorgeous.'

Patel, pleasantly surprised by Hathaway's praise, asked her for a hug.

He said: 'That means so much to me. You don't understand. ... Thank you Mrs. Hathaway!'

Boy George sentenced to 15 months

LONDON - Singer Boy George was sentenced to 15 months in jail on Friday after being convicted of falsely imprisoning a male escort by handcuffing him to a wall in a London apartment.

British Judge David Radford said the 47-year-old former Culture Club frontman, whose real name is George O'Dowd, was guilty of 'gratuitous violence.'

Knoxville jokes about grenade

LOS ANGELES - Johnny Knoxville jokes that he was worried airport security brought out a bomb-sniffing dog because he was carrying one of his movies.

It was a prop grenade, not 'Daltry Calhoun' or 'Walking Tall,' that caused the concern.

Police at Los Angeles International Airport detained the 'Jackass' star Thursday morning over the grenade, which they say lacked explosives or a firing pin. He was released and later blogged that a 'wardrobe girl' put the prop in his luggage.

He credited police and took responsibility for not checking his own bag, adding the zinger that when he saw the bomb squad, he hoped he 'didn't bring any of my films in my backpack!'