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How do you top a wedding in Venice with a guest list that includes Bono, Bill Murray, and Matt Damon? You head to Marrakech for your honeymoon, and trade the company of all those famous faces for peace amidst romantic luxury.
That's the plan for George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin, who married in a private ceremony at Venice's Aman Canal Grande Hotel over the weekend.
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If you're ready for a fabulous vacation but can only afford a ticket to your local cineplex, check out The Two Faces of January this weekend.
Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac star in the film as three Americans living in Greece in 1962. According to IMDb, "the thriller's plot centers on a con artist, his wife, and a stranger who flees Athens after one of them is caught up in the death of a private detective."
Arnold Schwarzenegger always warned he'd be back, and for Madrid that promise has become a reality.
Schwarzenegger has been named Madrid's first honorary Ambassador of Tourism. It might seem like a stretch, but the former governor/aging action star does have a connection to the Spanish city. It is where he shot the original Conan the Barbarian movie more than 30 years ago.
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Twilight star Jackson Rathbone's JetBlue flight to Austin made an emergency landing this afternoon and he's been recounting the entire experience on Twitter.
Rathbone's first tweet, posted around 12:50 PM EST, simply read, "Thank you Jesus and the pilot of this plane."
Three fall three of next year's most highly anticipated movies are filming, including one that will reunite Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt on the big screen.
Check out where you can find these movies filming right now.
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It's no secret that John Travolta has his own private piece of airport, but this week marked the first time he let the media in. John invited his good friend Richard Wilkins of Australia's Today Show over to his mansion in Jumbolair, an exclusive neighborhood outside of Ocala, Florida, where avid pilots may park their aircraft right outside their home.
During the interview Wilkins pointed out, "some of us are lucky enough to have a driveway leading up to our property, but this gentleman has not one, but two runways up to his house."
Imagine a West Coast basketball team heading to New York for a game. They are boarding a chartered flight. Today there is a lot riding on this game—anticipating fans, big money; multimillion-dollar contracts are at stake. Now, imagine your favorite center at 7-plus feet folding himself into the classic airplane seat, airplane noise, dehydrating air, standard airplane meals.
This is the scenario which inspired Nike to team up with Seattle-based design firm Teague to conceptualize a private jet specially for professional sports teams. Of course that's all it is right nowa conceptbut the basics and beyond are there to turn a plane like the 787 Dreamliner into the ultimate home team machine.
Comedienne and all-around legend Joan Rivers passed away yesterday at the age of 81. She leaves behind one heck of an archive of notable quotes; SearchQuote has some 12,000 logged.
In 2012, Joan Rivers penned a piece on her travel habits for the Daily Mail. True to her style, it's jam-packed with witty one-liners ("Seven nights in the same place? Not since my mother's womb!") and pretty much cemented her status as the celeb we'd most like to sit next to on a plane.
Joan Rivers' Worst Travel Experiences:
During tonight's Emmy Awards, even the losers will be winners. All of the nominees will bring home a swag bag worth $50,000, including three vacations totaling more than $16,000.
Whether it's to celebrate their win or get over their loss, TV's biggest stars can look forward to five nights at the exclusive Mulia Resort in Bali. The trip includes accommodations in the swanky ocean court rooms, one Balinese spa treatment, and a beachfront dinner.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson can't get enough of the this summer's biggest celebrity outdoor trend - stand-up paddleboarding.
Taylor Swift, The Kardashians, Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Aniston, and Vanessa Hudgens are just a few of the celebs who have been spotted jumping on their boards recently.
After playing Howard Hughes in 2004's The Aviator, Leonard DiCaprio is helping bring the story of another famous pilot to the masses.
DiCaprio is one of the producers of Paramount TV's event series Lindbergh, based on A. Scott Berg’s biography about the life of Charles Lindbergh who rose to fame after making the first solo non-stop flight from New York to Paris in 1927. The movie will also follow the kidnapping of his young child in 1932 which became one of biggest news stories of the time.
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Malta is about to have a moment as three of the world's most famous people are headed there this fall.
Kensington Palace just announced The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Malta on September 20 and 21 to represent The Queen on the 50th anniversary of Malta's independence. The tour will be significant, not only because it is Kate's first solo foreign tour, but also because The Queen considers her stay there in the 1950s one of the happiest times in her life