Hollywood Buzz: Arnold's museum, Olsen Twins
How'd you like to watch a movie that's still in theaters.. but you get to see it in your living room?
Watch in-theater movies at home
How does this sound? Cozy up on the couch and watch movies that are still in theatres! How much would you pay for it? Universal Pictures and cable's Comcast are giving it try with the new Eddie Murphy, Ben Stiller film "Tower Heist." Home HD subscribers could rent the movie and watch it as many times as they want over a 48 hour period. The cost? $60. You want popcorn with that? That's extra.
He's famous for being a bodybuilder, a Hollywood star, a governor -- and he's also famous for his romantic exploits and messy divorce. But Arnold Schwarzenegger also says he's a model for young people - and he presided over the inauguration of his very own museum in his native Austria. Inside the two-story village house turned museum where he was born, you will find his first barbell, his childhood bed, and his gubernatorial desk. The Arnold also unveiled a bronze statue of himself.... Flexing.... In trunks..
The Olsen Twins
Apparently a recession re-shmession isn't keeping fashionistas from scooping up this latest must-have splurge: An alligator backpack from the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen line called The Row. They can't keep up demand for it! Did I mention it's $39,000?? The twins say it's actually quite practical.
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