Download the first episode of House of Wax – Movie Life 2005

    The Cast Arrives

    Paris Hilton, Chad Michael Murray and Jared Padalecki arrive in Australia to film the horror movie “House of Wax.” Their first task is to run their wardrobe by veteran producer Joel Silver, and it doesn’t take long for Joel to find something he doesn’t like. Paris decides to surprise a 13-year-old girl she doesn’t know by showing up at her birthday party. Later, Paris has run-ins with the determined Australian paparazzi. Meanwhile, when Chad realizes that missing home can be tough, he buys the perfect dog … except for one small, important detail. When Elisha Cuthbert finally arrives to the “House of Wax” set, the insanity of making a movie gets under way.

    House of Wax Movie Life – Episode 1 [XviD format, 80.7 MB]


    Posted: August 20th, 2009
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    Video: Paris Hilton presents her Sunglass Collection to Extra viewers

    This clip was aired on Extra a few days ago:

    Posted: August 19th, 2009
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    Old video: Paris Hilton makes a surprise appearance at a girl’s birthday party

    Some of you may remember hearing about this. Paris Hilton made surprise appearance at a girl’s birthday party, while she was filming House of Wax in Australia in 2005 or 2004.

    When House of Wax was released to theaters, the video of this special appearance aired on MTV in a documentary. In case you haven’t seen it, check it out!

    Posted: August 18th, 2009
    Comments: 10

    Verdict: Paris Hilton may owe $1 million instead of $8.3 million to movie investors

    Written by the Associated Press

    The verdict is in: Even if Paris Hilton’s film “Pledge This!” bombed big-time, she won’t have to fork over US$8.3 million sought by movie investors because of it.

    Still, the 28-year-old entertainer, model and businesswoman isn’t completely out of the woods. She may have to cough up some of the $1 million fee she got for the 2006 college sorority romp.

    The film’s investors had sued for $8.3 million in damages – or roughly what they spent to produce the film, arguing it would have earned at least that much at the box office with proper promotion by Paris. The lawsuit claimed Hilton didn’t live up to her contract by failing to promote the movie’s DVD release, dooming it to financial ruin.

    U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno ruled against the investors on the damages issue, saying that “one never knows how much a movie may make.”

    “Pledge This!” played in just 25 theatres and made only about $2.9 million worldwide, according to court documents.

    At a trial in July, Hilton testified she did all she could to plug the movie. She contended that the movie’s producers were amateurs and made last-minute demands for appearances that conflicted with her hyper-busy schedule.

    Moreno agreed in his decision dated Monday.

    “The court finds compelling evidence in the record that ‘Pledge This!’ lost money because the film’s inexperienced producers hastily cobbled together a wholly inadequate marketing plan,” the judge wrote. “They sent scattershot requests to their principal star in the hopes that she could find time to promote a sinking ship.”

    Even if Hilton wasn’t enthusiastic about the movie and her handlers ignored promotion requests, Moreno said there was no way to prove a link between Hilton’s promotion efforts and the $8.3 million in damages.

    Moreno said he would entertain arguments from the investors that Hilton should still be forced to repay a portion of her $1 million fee for promotion and acting in the film’s lead role. More legal arguments will be filed on that issue in the coming weeks, focusing on how much of the fee was based on plugging the film.

    “We are grateful for the judge’s time and thoughtful consideration of the issues in this case,” said Hilton attorney Michael Weinsten in an email Tuesday.

    Michael Goldberg, court-appointed receiver for the movie investors who filed the lawsuit, did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

    Posted: August 18th, 2009
    Comments: 3

    Do you have a question for Paris Hilton?

    Written by ExtraTV Staff / Edited by PHS

    “Extra” is going one-on-one with Paris Hilton — and we’re bringing your questions straight to Paris herself. That’s hot!

    Upload a video comment with a question for Paris, or leave a comment below, and “Extra” will bring your questions to Hilton.

    Or, Check out the Extra Raw channel tomorrow, August 18, from approximately 1 to 4 PM — and you could be asking Paris your questions LIVE via Extra Raw!

    Posted: August 17th, 2009
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    Paris Hilton on vacation in Bora Bora

    Posted: August 15th, 2009
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    Paris Hilton’s My New BFF series help boost Lionsgate’s revenues

    Paris Hilton’s successful TV series, My New BFF, is partly responible for boosting Lionsgate’s revenues, according to a press release. For past 12 months, Lionsgate has increased its international sales of TV shows by 127%, thanks to shows such as Paris Hilton’s My BFF and Scream Queens.

    However, as a distributor for movies such as Repo! and Saw, Lionsgate saw its movie revenues increase by only 20%.

    Posted: August 12th, 2009
    Comments: 10

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