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Friday, April 4, 2008

Is There a Hallmark Card For That?

The feud between actress Kathleen Turner and former co-star Nicolas Cage appears to be over. Ms. Turner has apologized to Mr. Cage over statements in her newly published autobiography Send Yourself Roses that implied he was arrested for drunk driving and that he made off with a Chihuahua. Mr. Cage sued in an English court because excerpts from Ms. Turner's book appeared in the Daily Mail and on the Daily Mail website. Ms. Turner will also make a donation to a charity, the statements will disappear from the Daily Mail's website, and Ms. Turner's publishers will make appropriate changes to the book to reflect the retraction. Read more here in a story from the BBC.

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