bonnie clyde annette bening robert duvall Director Arthur Penn dies; Annette Bening, Robert Duvall to be honoredDirector Arthur Penn has died of congestive heart failure at the age of 88. Penn directed such classic
films as “Night Moves,” “The Miracle Worker,” “Little Big Man” and the 1967 hit “Bonnie and Clyde,” for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Director. [The Wrap]

The 14th Annual Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood
Awards, presented by Starz, have announced that Academy
Award-nominated actress Annette Bening will be honored with  the
“Hollywood Actress Award” and Oscar-winning actor Robert Duvall will
receive  the “Hollywood Actor Award” at the festival’s Hollywood Awards
Gala Ceremony. [Starz]

]]>Bristol Palin‘s appearance at an Anchorage establishment where her “Dancing with the Stars” partner Mark Ballas
performed. Palin is 19 and could only legally be in the establishment
if accompanied by a parent, spouse or legal guardian over 21. State law
also would allow her to be there if it’s been designated as a bona fide restaurant, and she was there only to eat. [AP]

Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett
are living apart for now. Kendra and their son, Hank IV, will stay in
Philadelphia to film her E! series while Hank, cut recently by the
Philadelphia Eagles, will
move to Minnesota to play for the Vikings. “The locations have already
been cleared, and they have story lines to finish. In Minnesota,
they’ll have to get permits. It’s a disaster right now.” [Life & Style]

The judge in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy case acquitted
her boyfriend-lawyer Howard Stern on Wednesday of two charges of
obtaining drugs for her by fraud and deceit, including use of false
names. The judge also dismissed part of a conspiracy count against Stern and Dr. Sandeep
Kapoor, ruling there was insufficient proof that the two men conspired
to obtain controlled drugs through fraud and deceit. [AP]

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