Rob Schneider has married his longtime girlfriend. The 47-year-old “Deuce Bigelow” star exchanged I Do’s with Mexican TV producer Patricia Azarcoya Arce in a private ceremony in Beverly Hills Saturday.
He said in a statement: “Patricia and I were surrounded by our closest friends and family; it was the happiest day of my life. We had a great time at the wedding and are looking forward to our honeymoon.”
No other details were included.
This is Schneider’s second marriage. He was previously married to London King, with whom he shares a child.
Schneider was last seen in the comedy “Grown Ups,” co-starring with friends Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, and David Spade.
The 51-year-old rocker will receive the accolade in an induction ceremony on March 21 in front of the Musician’s Institute at Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. His website made the announcement today, adding, “Everyone is welcome to attend!”
The news comes just a day after the ‘Everything I Do (I Do it For You)’ hitmaker announced he is expecting his first child with his personal assistant Alicia Grimaldi, who is due to give birth in May.
He told TV show ‘Entertainment Tonight Canada’: “Alicia Grimaldi and I are expecting a baby. She helped me start my foundation years ago and it looks like she’ll be running the family now!”
However, a spokesperson for the star – who is currently touring the US – declined to comment on whether he is in a relationship with the mother of his unborn child, who is rumoured to be living with him in London.
An insider said: “Many of their friends still don’t even know that they are a couple, but they are living together at his house.”
Celebrities who have received stars on the Walk of Fame this year include Colin Firth, Donald Sutherland, Adam Sandler and Alec Baldwin.
Teen Choice Awards Announces Final List Of Nominees. The 2010 Teen Choice Awards has announced the final installment of the nomination list. And as expected in an awards show ruled by screaming teens, vampire flick and show “Eclipse” and “True Blood” have dominated the roster. Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart are all nominated for Choice Summer Movie Star, while “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” is up for Choice Summer Movie against nine other blockbusters, including the recently released “Despicable Me” and the soon to hit theaters “Salt.”Justin Bieber is up against Drake, Taio Cruz, B.o.B, and Eminem for Choice Summer Music Star – Female, while pal Miley Cyrus is nominated along Ke$ha, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Rihanna. “True Blood” also scored nods for Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin for Choice Summer TV Star,
The 2010 Teen Choice Awards will air August 9 on Fox.
Final list of nominees:
•”The Karate Kid”
•”Knight & Day”
•”The Last Airbender”
•”The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”
•”The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Summer Movie Star: Male:
•Zac Efron, “Charlie St. Cloud”
•Taylor Lautner, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
•Robert Pattinson, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
•Adam Sandler: “Grown Ups”
•Jaden Smith, “The Karate Kid”
Summer Movie Star: Female:
•Cameron Diaz, “Knight & Day”
•Selena Gomez, “Ramona and Beezus”
•Angelina Jolie, “Salt”
•Emma Roberts, “Twelve”
•Kristen Stewart, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Summer TV Show:
•”Make It or Break It”
•”Pretty Little Liars”
•”The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
•”So You Think You Can Dance”
Summer TV Star: Male:
•Zachary Abel, “Make It or Break It”
•Ken Baumann, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
•Ian Harding, “Pretty Little Liars”
•Daren Kagasoff, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
•Stephen Moyer, “True Blood”
Summer TV Star: Female:
•Nikki Blonsky, “Huge”
•Lucy Hale, “Pretty Little Liars”
•Josie Loren, “Make It or Break It”
•Anna Paquin, “True Blood”
•Shailene Woodley, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
Summer Music Star: Male:
Summer Music Star: Female:
Summer Music: Song:
•”Airplanes,” B.o.B feat Hayley Williams
•”Alejandro,” Lady Gaga
•”Billionaire,” Travie McCoy feat Bruno Mars
•”California Gurls,” Katy Perry feat Snoop Dogg
•”Your Love Is My Drug,” Ke$ha
Toy Story 3″ Guards Top Spot; “Grown Ups” Take 2nd Place. The “Grown Ups” are no match for Woody and Buzz. Adam Sandler’s comedy debuted at second place with $41 million, leaving “Toy Story 3″ the undisputed winner of the three-day weekend box office with $59 million. Although the Disney-Pixar feature film was 46.5 percent down, it still managed to guard the top spot from newcomers “Grown Ups” and “Knight & Day.” “Grown Ups” – starring an all-star cast: Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider, Salma Hayek, Maria Bello, and Maya Rudolph – took second place, while the Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz-starrer was at third with $20.5 million. The “Karate Kid” and “The A-Team” round up the top 5.
The weekend box office top ten (by boxofficemojo.com):
1.”Toy Story 3″ – $59 million
2.”Grown Ups” – $41 million
3.”Knight & Day” – $20.5 million
4.”The Karate Kid” – $15.4 million
5.”The A-Team” – $6 million
6.”Get Him to the Greek” – $3 million
7.”Shrek Forever After” – $2.9 million
8.”Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” – $2.8 million
9.”Killers” – $2 million
10.”Jonah Hex” – $1.6 million
Sandra Bullock to Follow Up Cheating Scandal With MTV Movie Awards Appearance. Robert Pattinson won’t be the only welcome pretty face when the MTV Movie Awards take place on June 6. Sandra Bullock will also be on hand for the event, in her first public appearance since the cheating scandal that ended her marriage to Jesse James became public in March. The 46-year-old Blind Side actress will be there to receive the MTV Generation Award, which acknowledges actors who have engaged the MTV audience throughout their careers. Bullock will be the first female performer to receive the honor, which in the past has been awarded to Tom Cruise, Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller, among others. We might be going out on a limb here, but we’re going to guess that Bullock won’t be quite as effusive in her thanks to James as she was at this year’s Oscars.
Lindsay Dee Lohan was born in New York City, on 2 July 1986, to Dina Lohan and Michael Lohan. She began her career at age three as a Ford model, and also made appearances in over sixty television commercials, including spots for The Gap, Pizza Hut, Wendy’s, and Jell-O (opposite Bill Cosby). Lohan made her acting debut in 1996 as the third actress to play Ali Fowler in the television drama “Another World” (1964). Shortly afterward, she was hand-picked by Oscar-nominated writer Nancy Meyers as estranged twin sisters in an adaptation by Walt Disney Pictures of a novel by Erich Kästner, which marked Meyers’ directorial debut. Lohan’s first feature film, The Parent Trap (1998), a remake of The Parent Trap (1961), was a modest commercial success, earning her widespread critical acclaim, and a Young Artist award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film, as well as Blockbuster Entertainment and YoungStar award nominations. After signing a three-movie contract with Disney, she returned to the small screen to star in the made-for-TV movies Life-Size (2000) (TV) (opposite Tyra Banks) and Get a Clue (2002) (TV) (opposite Bug Hall). She also appeared as Rose in the pilot episode of the short-lived comedy series “Bette” (2000), which starred Bette Midler. In June 2001, Lohan took a brief hiatus from acting. Her music career was launched over a year later, when Estefan Enterprises made a five-album production deal with her in September 2002, and she signed a recording contract with the reactivated Casablanca Records. But Lohan was not turning her back on her blossoming acting career. Just over a month previously, she had been cast opposite Jamie Lee Curtis for another Disney adaptation of a novel, this time of a fantasy comedy by Mary Rodgers. Freaky Friday (2003), a remake of Freaky Friday (1976), was a huge hit (generating over US$160 million in worldwide box office receipts), and critics were spellbound by delightful performances from Lohan and Curtis (who went on to receive a Golden Globe nomination for her work). In addition, Lohan won the 2004 MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Female, as well as a Saturn award nomination and another Young Artist award nomination. Lohan relocated permanently to Los Angeles, California, between projects, and moved into an apartment with fellow actress Raven-Symoné. She also dated pop star Aaron Carter for a short time. Lohan’s next acting role was the title character in the comedy Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004), a Disney adaptation of the novel by Dyan Sheldon. The film received scathing reviews upon its release and died a quick death at the box office, but even the harshest of critics were impressed by Lohan’s charming turn as aspiring actress Lola. Lohan’s next project, Mean Girls (2004) saw her reunite with Freaky Friday (2003) director Mark Waters. Inspired by a non-fiction book by Rosalind Wiseman and written by “Saturday Night Live” (1975) scribe Tina Fey, the high-school comedy-drama opened to glowing reviews, and grossed $86 million in the US. This earned her status as a bankable actress, and a salary of $7.5 million for the Donald Petrie romantic comedy Just My Luck (2006). One of the most sought-after young actresses in the industry, she starred in Bobby (2006) (opposite Demi Moore and Sharon Stone), the Disney fantasy adventure Herbie Fully Loaded (2005) (a pseudo-sequel to The Love Bug (1968)), and the critically acclaimed _A Prairie Home Companion (2005)_. On top of a thriving film career, Lohan also launched a music career, releasing her debut album, called “Speak,” which hit shelves in December 2004. In 2009, Lohan launched her own fashion line titled 6126, mainly focusing on the production of women’s leggings. By Spring, she launched a self-tanning spray line titled ‘Sevin Nyne’ and by the end of the year, Lohan became an artistic designer for fashion house Ungaro.
Lindsay continues her career in acting, having completed a role in the 2010 action film Machete (2010).
Nickelodeon Unfolds Luminous List of 2009 Kids’ Choice Award Nominees. Jennifer Aniston, Beyonce, Jack Black, Chris Brown, Jim Carrey, Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Anne Hathaway, Vanessa Hudgens, The Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, George Lopez, Michael Phelps, Rihanna, Adam Sandler, Will Smith, SpongeBob SquarePants, Ben Stiller, Reese Witherspoon, Nat Wolff, Tiger Woods and More Nab Top Nods
Nickelodeon’s 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards Hosted by Dwayne Johnson Will Be Telecast Live, Saturday, March 28
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ — Kid faves/superstars who’ve notched a spot among the A-list of nominees for coveted Kids’ Choice Blimp trophies in Nickelodeon’s 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards — the kudo/mess-fest to be telecast live from UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion Saturday, March 28 (8-9:30 p.m. ET/PT) — include: Jennifer Aniston, Beyonce, Jack Black, Chris Brown, Jim Carrey, Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, America Ferrera, Selena Gomez, Anne Hathaway, Vanessa Hudgens, The Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, George Lopez, Michael Phelps, Adam Sandler, Will Smith, Ben Stiller, Reese Witherspoon, Nat Wolff and Tiger Woods. And this year, when kids honor their favorites from the worlds of film, music, TV and sports — and go green amid massive slime showers — action star host, Dwayne Johnson, will rock at the helm.
Making the grade again with kids, five-time Kids’ Choice winners/former slimees Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler and Will Smith all nabbed nominations for Favorite Movie Actor: Carrey for Yes Man, Sandler for Bedtime Stories and Smith for Hancock. In fact, dual nominee Carrey’s up for Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie (Horton in Horton Hears a Who), too. First-timer George Lopez squares off against the trio of vets. Emmy and Golden Globe winner Jennifer Aniston got her seventh KCA nom with Marley & Me, and current Oscar nominee Anne Hathaway got her first, for Get Smart. Former KCA hosts Jack Black and Ben Stiller are back, this time with noms for Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie (respectively Po in Kung Fu Panda and Alex in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa), and their flicks duke it out with the likes of Bolt and Wall-e. Meanwhile, The Dark Knight and Iron Man face Bedtime Stories and High School Musical 3: Senior Year for Favorite Movie.
Miley Cyrus, who took home two Blimps last year, not only picked up a pair of noms for Favorite Female Singer and Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie (Penny in Bolt), her Hannah Montana grabbed one for Favorite TV Show. Miranda Cosgrove clinched a nom for Favorite TV Actress, and her show, iCarly is up against the likes of Hannah, Zoey 101 and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, whose stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse face each other, Nat Wolff and Jason Lee for Favorite TV Actor. Last year’s Favorite Reality Show, American Idol, could take that title again, and five-time Favorite Cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants absorbed yet another nomination, and will square off again against former Blimp winning animated family The Simpsons.
Last year’s Favorite Musical Group, The Jonas Brothers, are contenders in that category, competing against Linkin Park and KCA newcomers Pussycat Dolls and Daughtry. Beyonce, who grabbed a pair of Blimps in 2007 (Favorite Female Singer and Song) got dual noms (Single Ladies). She’ll face off against former KCA winners Cyrus and Alicia Keys and Rihanna whose Don’t Stop the Music also is nominated for Favorite Song. Chris Brown, who seized a Blimp last year, is up again for Favorite Male Singer.
Kids will be able to cast their vote online at http://www.nick.com/kca beginning Monday, March 2 in a total of 18 categories. Surprise awards also will be announced during the show. Kids also will be able to vote via the Nick mobile website (wap.nick.com). Beginning Monday-Friday, March 2-6, a different category will be featured on-air each day, and kids again vote for their favorite online at Nick.com.
Leading up to the award show, the Kids’ Choice Awards site at Nick.com will feature video highlights from past awards shows and current promotions for Nickelodeon’s 22nd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards. Additional special features will include KCA video clips, games, quizzes, polls, games, printables, downloads, message boards and more.
On the night of the live show, the KCA site will serve as the interactive broadband home base and will give kids an insider’s look at the entire live event. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. (ET) with an exclusive one-hour live pre-show webcast from the Orange Carpet. Also, webcams will offer multiple views of the event, giving kids control of what they want to see.
Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids and Family Group will host a special package of On Demand content in March that will incorporate Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards related content. The Nick Hotel will host a screening party on-site. General Mills, Burger King, and Hasbro are Presenting Sponsors of Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards, with Del Monte, Skechers and Kraft Foods serving as Associate Sponsors.
The U.S. Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards is broadcast in more than 228 million households across Nickelodeon’s 50 channels in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Latin America. Nickelodeon also produces 11 fully localized Kids Choice Awards in the U.K., Germany, Sweden, Holland, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia and China.
Nickelodeon’s 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards will be produced by Nickelodeon Productions in association with Bob Bain Productions. Saturday Night Live veteran Beth McCarthy will direct. Bob Bain and Marjorie Cohn are executive producers. Paula Kaplan is co-executive producer.
Nickelodeon, now in its 30th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books, magazines and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 96 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 14 consecutive years.