Monday, February 15, 1999 Published at 12:51 GMT
Hutchence daughter in legal battle
Michael Hutchence: Committed suicide in November 1997
The late rock star Michael Hutchence's two-year-old daughter is claiming funds from his estate, according to documents lodged in an Australian court.
Through her godmother Belinda Brewin, Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence is seeking money for maintenance, education and "advancement in life".
Hutchence's will states Tiger Lily is entitled to half of his wealth, but her carers say she has not received any money.
It is the latest in a series of legal battles following the INXS singer's suicide in a Sydney hotel in November 1997.
Lawyers for his estate claim he had £720,000 in assets when he died, but family members claim as much as £10m is held in trusts and shell companies around the world.
Belinda Brewin said Tiger Lily's mother, Paula Yates, had been forced to take out a large mortgage to help meet her daughter's expenses.
Streep honoured in Berlin
The actress was presented with the Berlinale Kamera - a small, gilded camera made by a Berlin jeweller.
The festival organisers said Streep was "one of the most exceptional actresses in the international history of film".
Streep is in Berlin for the screening of her latest movie, One True Thing, for which she has been nominated for an Academy Award.
She said: "I am very, very, very happy that the actor's branch of the Academy is not sick of me and did not think, 'Well, this time we'll give it to somebody else.'"
Kravitz drives to number one
His song, Fly Away, knocked last week's chart-topper from Blondie off the top spot, after heavy exposure in a TV ad for Peugeot cars.
It follows in a long line of singles boosted by appearances in TV commercials, most notably Levi's jeans spots featuring Shaggy, Babylon Zoo and Freak Power.
Kravitz was last in the UK Top 10 in 1993 with Are You Gonna Go My Way. Since then he has only had one Top 40 hit, Rock And Roll Is Dead, in 1995.
Streisand in Mame adaptation
Mame first opened on Broadway in 1966 and ran until 1971 starring Angela Lansbury as an eccentric aunt. Written by Jerry Herman, the project for the ABC network will be Streisand's first TV musical.
The project marks Streisand and Herman's first work together since she starred in the 1969 film adaptation of his musical Hello, Dolly.
Star Wars single announced
No date has been set for the single or the album, but both will precede the movie release in the US and Canada, which is set for 21 May. Sony says it may make a music video too.
The score for Episode I: The Phantom Menace is by five-time Academy Award winner John Williams, who composed and conducted the original Star Wars films.
The film is due for release in the UK on 16 July.
Damon and Affleck team up again
Based on the memoirs of Major Damon 'Rocky' Gause, it tells of his escape from the Japanese in the Philippines and his 53-day sail to freedom across the Pacific amid enemy fire.
Gause was killed a year later during a routine air manoeuvre over London. His journal of the trek lay undiscovered for more than 50 years.
Driving motorists crazy
X-Files star Gillian Anderson was the second choice for men, while wives and girlfriends came third, Madonna fourth and model Caprice fifth.
Actors Brad Pitt, Sean Connery and George Clooney took second, third, and fourth places in the list of female choices, according to the poll, which was carried out for an insurance firm.
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