CAST MEMBER RAVEN AND SONGWRITER DIANE WARREN ARRIVE FOR PREMIERE OF "THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2: ROYAL ENGAGEMENT"
Raven, left, a cast member in the family comedy motion picture "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement," poses with songwriter Diane Warren as they arrive for the premiere of the film at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California August 7, 2004. "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement" opens in the United States August 11. (UPI/Maria Gutierez)
Image Entertainment says it has acquired all U.S. rights to "Winnie Mandela," starring Jennifer Hudson, at France's Cannes International Film Festival.
Broadway producer Dede Harris says she has optioned Diane Warren's song catalog and intends to use her songs in a stage musical.
U.S. songwriter Diane Warren says she is writing the lyrics for the British song entry in the Eurovision Song Contest this year.
U.S. singer and actress Jennifer Hudson, who won an Oscar for her work in "Dreamgirls," said she is working on her first solo album.
Lifetime Television has ordered a script for a drama inspired by hit songwriter Diane Warren from Craig Zadan and Neil Meron's Storyline Entertainment. The duo created the project, which was originally developed for ABC, with their television deal through
Texas pop singer Paula DeAnda didn't want to sound any older than her 16 years on her debut album.
Prolific songwriter Diane Warren -- or at least her music -- is the inspiration for a romantic comedy being developed at ABC.
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Thursday named Kenny Chesney as the recipient of its highest country music award.
Uncle Kracker's "72 and Sunny" album, due out at the end of the month, features reconciliation songs from the Detroit rocker's recent brush with divorce.
Country teen idol LeAnn Rimes is coming of age, turning 21 Thursday and is in New York to launch the release of "Jag."
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