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Quaid and Moore set to play the Clintons

Dennis Quaid is lined up to play former President Bill Clinton with Julianne Moore as Hillary Clinton for a movie, The Special Relationship, that HBO is working on. The special relationship is between President Clinton and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who will be played by Michael Sheen.

Spokeswoman Tobe Becker says HBO hasn't fully given the green light to the film.

Facing eviction

Isaiah Washington's landlord has started an eviction procedure against the former Grey's Anatomy star, claiming he owes $100,000 in rent.

Documents filed in Santa Monica, Calif., on Tuesday claim that Washington and his wife have fallen behind on their $20,000-a-month payments on a home in the Venice area of Los Angeles.

The complaint filed by Sandalwood Properties states the Washingtons have not paid rent since November.

Organ donation is reporting that Natasha Richardson's family has donated the actress' organs to save other patients' lives.

Citing a "family friend" it did not name, the Web site said Richardson's family had requested that her organs be donated after she was taken off life support last week.

Alan Nierob, publicist for Richardson's husband, Liam Neeson, said he had no information on the matter.


Actor-director Leonard Nimoy, 78

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, 69

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Actor T.R. Knight, 36

Actress Keira Knightley, 24

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