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Jennifer Aniston had 'fun' stripping in front of 'Horrible Bosses' co-stars
Jennifer Aniston has revealed that she enjoyed the sexy scenes in 'Horrible Bosses' and was quite "comfortable" stripping in front of her co-stars. ANI

Rupert Grint sparked 'massive hunt' on Potter set after 'stealing' prop
Rupert Grint once stole a prop from the set of the 'Harry Potter' that forced the Warner Bros. to launch a "massive hunt". ANI

McGregor rules out patch up with Danny Boyle after 'The Beach' betrayal
Ewan McGregor has turned down any possibility of a patch up with filmmaker Danny Boyle because he still feels hurt when he remembers how he was axed from 'The Beach' and replaced by Leonardo DiCaprio. ANI

Yoko Ono threatens to sue pub named after late hubby Lennon
Yoko Ono has allegedly filed a lawsuit against the owner of a bar that has been named after her late husband John Lennon. ANI

'Men want cuddles, kisses but women prefer sex'
Researchers have found that acts of affection like hugs and kisses were more important to men than women. ANI

James Franco regrets dressing up as Marilyn Monroe at Oscars
James Franco, who was clearly uncomfortable when he was dressed up as Marilyn Monroe at the Oscars, has spoken out for the first time about the humiliation he felt at the time. ANI

Robbie Williams' dad turns down mansion offers from son
Robbie Williams, who has built a fortune with his successful singing career, is finding it difficult to make his father move into a new luxury new home. ANI

Meet Daisy Lowe - the latest rock star offspring to go nude for Playboy
The latest celebrity daughter set to be bare all for Playboy magazine is model Daisy Lowe. ANI

Now, 4D films set to make one feel sick, damp, punched
Cinemagoers will be able to feel exactly what they are viewing on the screens with the introduction of 4-D films, though some have been left feeling sick, damp and pummelled by the experience. ANI

Paul McCartney to play at London Olympics?
Rumours are rife that Sir Paul McCartney has been asked to perform at the opening or closing ceremony of the London Olympics. ANI

Bollywood film executives explore joint ventures with Israel
A team of top Bollywood film executives has arrived in Israel in a bid to explore joint ventures and potential filming locations. ANI

Now, 'friction sandal' designed by Marlon Brando to help reduce weight
Late Marlon Brando has been known for being a rebel and an actor, but now it has emerged that he was also an inventor, who designed a pair of sandals that would help lose weight. ANI

Halle Berry left shaken after intruder 'jumped privacy wall' at her home
Halle Berry was left shaken after she spotted an intruder jumping over a privacy wall around her home. ANI

Liv Tyler to shed adapting nature, define own life
The ever-so adapting model-and-actress iv Tyler has admitted that she now wants to put herself first and define what exactly she wants from life. ANI

'Gen X more likely to indulge in risk behaviour than Gen Y'
A new research has indicated that Generation Xs are more likely to indulge in risky behaviour than the irresponsible Generation Ys. ANI

J-Lo's mum told her she could even be US President
Jennifer Lopez has said that her 'exuberance and love of music' come from her mother, who taught her that she could do anything that she wanted to do - even be President of the United States. ANI

'Lonely' Lady Gaga sought solace in pearls on first night of Oz tour
Lady Gaga has admitted that she slept with a string of pearls on the first night of her Australian promotional tour because she felt lonely. ANI

Kate Hudson, fiance Matt Bellamy welcome 'healthy' baby boy
Actress Kate Hudson and her fiance Matt Bellamy have become proud parents of a 'healthy' baby boy. ANI

'Harry Potter' villain Tom Felton planning rapper career!
Actor Tom Felton, who plays villain Draco Malfoy in 'Harry Potter' movie, is set to entertain his fans as a Snoop Dogg-style rapper. ANI

J-Lo to return to 'American Idol'?
Jennifer Lopez is reportedly staying on as a judge on 'American Idol' following her continued involvement with the show. ANI

Harry Potter to replace Mickey Mouse as world's biggest earning film icon
'Harry Potter' is set to beat Disney's Mickey Mouse as the world's biggest earning film icon. ANI

Whoopi Goldberg was German nun in previous life say psychic twins
Famous physic twins Linda and Terry Jamison have said that they think 'Sister Act' star Whoopi Goldberg was a nun in her previous life. ANI

Emma Watson will dare to bare in new flick
Emma Watson, who has played prim and proper in all eight 'Harry Potter' films, is set to appear in lingerie as she mimics Susan Sarandon in director Stephen Chbosky's new movie 'The Perks of Being A Wallflower'. ANI

'Transformers' tops box office for 2nd week with $47m
'Transformers' has topped the U.S weekend box office for the second-straight weekend. ANI

Halle Berry 'back in the game' for Aretha Franklin biopic
Legendary singer Aretha Franklin has revealed that actress Halle Berry is still the favourite to portray her in an upcoming biopic. ANI

Assange throws lavish 40th b'day party, invites Brangelina
Whistleblower Julian Assange invited Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to his lavish 40th birthday bash on Sunday - two days before he is due at the High Court to appeal against attempts to extradite him to Sweden to face rape allegations. ANI

Beyonce remains No.1 on UK album chart with latest release '4'
American R and B recording artist Beyonce has once again topped the U.K. albums chart with her latest release. ANI

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