The world now has a universal logo for human rights.
Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ann Curry, George Clooney, Richard Gere, Nicole Kidman, and Susan Sarandon showed support for the new logo, which was unveiled in New York at a gala event Wednesday.
The logo, called "Free as a Man," was created by a freelance graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia and chosen in an online competition from over 15,300 submissions from over 190 countries.
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Actress Naomi Watts is on the cover of October's More magazine, in which she opens up about the two years she spent with ex-boyfriend Heath Ledger, who died in early 2008 after an accidental prescription drug overdose.
"We had a beautiful relationship, only a couple of years, but he was a man who was completely full of joy, and there was a lot of laughing and affection. He was really a very special soul and made a great impact on my life. And a great actor, but I know there was so much more to come. And it's a tragedy for his little daughter."
Lindsay Lohan is reportedly suing creators of Pitbull's No. 1 hit "Give Me Everything." It seems LiLo is upset about a disparaging lyric that she claims is in breach of "New York civil rights laws." Read full story at the Hollywood Reporter.
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Proud new mom Nicole Kidman arrived to San Francisco Airport with tiny daughter Faith Margaret making first public appearance! UsWeekly captured the actress holding her sleeping daughter in a car seat.
Faith Margaret is Kidman's fourth child; her big sister Sunday Rose is 2, half-sister Isabella is 18, and half-brother Connor is 16.
She made her television debut almost 30 years ago, and Nicole Kidman quickly rose to stardom in the 1990s. Today, she is among Hollywood's highest-paid actresses and is no stranger to awards. She won her first Oscar in 2002 for "The Hours."
The actress, spokesmodel, and humanitarian landed an Academy Award Best Actress nomination for her performance as Becca Corbett in "Rabbit Hole."
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Actress Nicole Kidman gave an emotional interview with "Australian 60 Minutes" correspondent Karl Stefanovic, talking about the troubles she has had getting pregnant -- and about her new baby girl, Faith.
"I've had a very roller coaster ride with fertility. It's never been easy for me," Kidman admitted.
The Oscar-winning actress explained she and her husband, country singer Keith Urban, wanted a sibling for big sister Sunday Rose, 2. "I couldn't get pregnant and we wanted another baby," Kidman said, finding the solution with a surrogate. "She was the most wonderful woman to do this for us. And we were in a place of desperately wanting another child and this opportunity arose for us. And I get emotional just talking about it 'cause I'm so grateful to her. I cannot believe I'm now crying on '60 Minutes.'"