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"Early this morning Kayte gave birth to Faith Evangeline Elisa Grammer. We are thrilled. She was 6 lbs. 2oz. when she entered the world at 1am on the 13th of July in the year 2012. Mother and child are in excellent health. We were ecstatic earlier this year, when we announced that Kayte was carrying twins. Tragically we lost the little boy shortly thereafter. This was not something we cared to make known publicly at the time. It was unspeakably painful and we know that people will understand our desire to keep the news private then, as we know they will respect our privacy in this matter now. A glorious birth with a lingering sadness is ours today. We choose to celebrate the life that has been given us. We proudly introduce our Faith to the world today looking forward to the days ahead and the children yet to come."
A sequel to "Twins" is inching closer to the big screen.
One of the stars of the 1988 comedy, Arnold Schwarzenegger, recently told Comic-Con attendees that the reported follow-up is underway, CinemaBlend reports.
"I think they have moved it along, and director Ivan Reitman has shown interest in being involved, [studio] Universal is excited about it," Schwarzenegger said. "We are now looking for a great writer to write the sequel, and I'm looking forward to doing it, because I think it will be hilarious."
Back in March it was rumored that Eddie Murphy might even join Schwarzenegger and his "Twins" co-star Danny DeVito in the film, thereby turning the "Twins" sequel into one called "Triplets." Although Schwarzenegger didn't mention it, all three of the actors are said to have signed off on the concept.
Up next for the actor/politician is August's "The Expendables 2," which he helped promote this week at Comic-Con.
"The Green Mile" star Michael Clarke Duncan was hospitalized Friday after suffering a heart attack, a rep for Duncan tells CNN.
The 54-year-old actor was taken to a Los Angeles hospital, where doctors report that Duncan "suffered a myocardial infarction early this morning," the actor's rep says. "He is now stable and we look forward to his full recovery.”
According to TMZ, it was Duncan's girlfriend Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, a reality star and former contestant on "The Apprentice," who acted quickly and provided life-saving efforts.
TMZ reports that Stallworth found Duncan in a state of cardiac arrest around 2 a.m. on Friday, performed CPR and was able to resuscitate him.
Unlike other shows, "Louie" takes place in the real New York. A city devoid of glamour, where businesswomen and homeless men sweat side-by-side on subway platforms, and old men eat club sandwiches in dimly lit diners.
On Thursday's episode, Louie explored the back alleys and bodegas of another city. In Miami for a hotel gig, he retreated to his room to eat in bed, with only the hushed weight of his loneliness as company.
Thursday's edition of "Late Show with David Letterman," which had "The Dark Knight Rises" actress Anne Hathaway on as a guest, might've needed a spoiler alert.
Hathaway, sporting her cropped hair for "Les Miserables," was chatting with Letterman about Christopher Nolan's anticipated Batman film when the late night host made a comment that did not please fans.
After weeks of speculation - and some heavy hinting on "Today" Thursday - Jennifer Lopez confirmed on Friday that she's leaving "American Idol."
The 42-year-old actress/singer and mom to 4-year-old twins Max and Emme told "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest on his radio show that she had to take something off her plate, and it looks like that thing is "American Idol."
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