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Ron Norton Of The Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


I'll be back: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER is big enough to say what he wants, as long a Maria doesn't hear it. The action/comedy star, who plays Mr. Freeze in the upcoming "Batman and Robin" movie, was a hit at Friday's Publicists Guild lunch in Los Angeles, a pre-Oscar staple.

Schwarzenegger said he was honored to be at the lunch "since I had nothing better to do. I can't get any jobs, and my wife is too pregnant to fool around with," USA Today reported Monday.

MARIA SHRIVER is out of the hospital after some problems and was doing better, her husband said. That's Bond, James Bond: PIERCE BROSNAN has been handed another license to kill. Brosnan arrived in Germany on Monday to start filming the 18th James Bond film, "Tomorrow Never Dies," which is to be released at Christmas. It's about a media mogul who wants to propel the world into war. Brosnan got his first shot at playing the dashing British secret agent 007 in 1995's "Goldeneye." There's a new man in RICKI LAKE'S life. The actress and talk show host gave birth Saturday to 8-pound, 4-ounce MILO SEBASTIAN SUSSMAN at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. The dad is Lake's husband, ROB SUSSMAN. "Ricki, daddy Rob and baby Milo are all doing just fine," publicist Tom Estey said Monday. Lake plans to take six weeks off from her show. …

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