"Snow White and The Huntsman"
The fairy tale of Snow White comes to life in theaters starting this weekend. The film, starring Kristen Stweart and Charlize Theron, takes a twist when the huntsman ordered to take Snow White into the woods to be killed winds up becoming her protector and mentor in a quest to vanquish the evil queen.
John Edwards Found Not Guilty
A jury in North Carolina has found former presidential candidate John Edwards not guilty on one count of violating campaign finance law. After 9 days of deliberation the judge decalred a mistrial on the remaining five counts because the jury said they could not reach a decision. Now prosecutors have to decide whether to refile charges against Edwards. The other charges include accepting illegal campaign donations, falsifying documents and conspiring to hide those contributions. Prosecutor accused Edwards of taking nearly a million dollars from two wealthy donors to keep hidden his mistress and their child.
Kim K Lost Some Luggage
Kim Kardashain is accusing British Airways workers of stealing from her luggage. TMZ reported that the main item allegedly stolen from the star was a pair of vintage sunglasses given to her by her father, Robert Kardashian who passed away in 2003. After returning from the Cannes Film Festival this weekend, Kim K tweeted, "Some things are sentimental and not replaceable." British Airways officials say they are investigating the complaint.
The Defense of Marriage Act
A key part of the law banning federal recognition of same-sex marriage has been struck down as unconstitutional by the US Appeals Court. The Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, defines marriage as unions exclusively between a man and a woman. According to the first circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, the law discriminates against gay couples.
Actor Martin Short is speaking out about his recent uncomfortable exchange with Kathie Lee Gifford on the Today show. In the interview, Gifford asked him questions about his wife and marriage, clearly unaware his wife had passed away in 2010. He told e! news "I think that it's live television and people make mistakes and there's no ill will intended." Short remained gracious throughout the interview. Gifford has apologized to the comedian.