Houston's final film previewed, Sandler sweeps Razzies

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The trailer for Whitney Houston's final film, "Sparkle" has debuted, offering a brief look at her last project before she died from accidental drowning in February. In the film, Houston plays the mother of three daughters in a successful singing group dealing with the fallout of fame and drugs. It is due to be released in the U.S. on August 17.

Adam Sandler and his movie "Jack and Jill" swept the annual Razzies, winning a record-breaking 10 awards. The Golden Raspberry Foundation said the cross-dressing comedy, in which Sandler played both the male and female lead parts, was the first film in the 32-year history of the Razzies to sweep all 10 dishonorable categories.

Adele fans get ready - the singer told a French radio station she will have a new single out by the end of the year, fueling speculation that she will record the theme to the latest Bond movie, "Skyfall." Despite the new single, Adele said an entire new record is still a few years away.

Finally, Alec Baldwin is engaged. The actor has proposed to his 28-year-old yoga instructor girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas. They began dating last year. Baldwin was previously married to Kim Basinger, with whom he has a daughter.

Bob Mezan, Reuters.