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About Duplicity

Duplicity is a 2009 English by writer/director Tony Gilroy. Danny Moder is the cameraman for the movie.

  • Saucy scene by Roberts
  • Roberts kissing Claire

Movie Gossip

  • Tony Gilroy's original vision featuring some saucy scenes are toned down after Roberts insisted she is like a G-rated actress.
  • On the movie's London premiere intimidating, Julia said Red carpet is terrifying.
  • Roberts got into trouble while filming a lovemaking scene annoying the director as she just couldnt stop laughing.
  • Roberts love for peanut butter sandwich left her with a bad breath making it difficult to shoot love scenes with co-star Clive Owen.

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Duplicity in News

Judicial Watch Announces List of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2013
Judicial Watch today released its 2013 list of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians." The list, in alphabetical order, includes:

Reputation Changer: Complaints, Reviews Can Have Detrimental Effects on Businesses, Brands
A recent story in Britain's Daily Mail highlights a real-life incident so strange, it almost seems like it could be a work of fiction. The story involves RJ Ellroy, a published author who has found himself entangled in the messy world of online reputation fraud. According to the article, Mr. Ellroy has taken to using fake names to post laudatory reviews of his own books, on sites such as Amazon

Tawang - China's fixation
"At 14,000 feet above the sea, the presence of a certain mystery can be felt, like having stepped into heaven..." is how a "In Search of Greener Pastures" - a touristy blog run by two enterprising Indians, describes Sela, the pass that eventually leads the traveller to the Tawang Monastery.

Wanted dead or alive - Well, not quite
Once again, Pakistan's most treasured jehadi jewel, Hafiz Saeed, the leader of the Jamat ut Dawa, listed by the U.S. as a Foreign Terrorist Organisation, and the ideological patron of the rabidly anti-Indian terrorist organisation, Lashkar e Tayyaba (LeT), is in the limelight. This follows the U.S

Taliban wouldn't have lasted 10 minutes without Pakistan, says author Gall
The Taliban wouldn't have lasted 10 minutes without Pakistan, senior journalist Sandy Gall well versed with the war in Afghanistan has claimed in his new book "War Against the Taliban".

Ijaz blamed Army, ISI of sheltering Osama after Abbotabad raid
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz might have sought the help of the Pakistani Army for his protection during his trial in that country over the Memo Gate issue, but research into his articles and statements has revealed that he had accused the army and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) of protecting Osama bin Laden right after the May 2 US raid in Abbottabad.

Pakistan: Life after Mohmand
When 9/11 happened, the Americans were livid and they descended on Islamabad, Rambo style, threatening General Musharraf with the famous "either you are with us or against us" threat.

Congress lawmakers hit out at Mayawati over WikiLeaks expose
Congress lawmakers on Tuesday criticized Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati and her key aides over the recent revelations of the whistle-blowing web site WikiLeaks, which has exposed the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Government's duplicity over corruption.

BJP describes Pak to be 'epicentre of global terrorism'
Terming Pakistan to be the 'epicentre of global terrorism', the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday urged the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government at the Centre to review its decision to restore peace talks after Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed in that country.

American lawmaker introduces resolution to freeze Pak aid in US House
A US lawmaker from Texas has introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives to freeze all US aid to Pakistan, with the exception of funds designated to help secure nuclear weapons, after branding the latter 'disloyal'.

Assange blames publisher for 'unauthorised' Wikileaks memoir release
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has accused a British publisher of a breach of contract after the firm released drafts of his autobiography without his permission.

Pak should 'review support to militant groups' to ensure US cooperation: Editorial
Pakistan must review its support to militant groups in order to mitigate American mistrust, as Islamabad stands to lose far more than the United States if it does not deliver, an editorial in a Pakistani newspaper has said.

Pak Army responsible for poor ties with US, India: Taseer
Pakistan's defence forces, particularly the Army, should be blamed for the poor relations that the country has with both India and the United States, feels the son of slain former Pakistan Punjab Governor Salman Taseer.

US must end Pakistan's duplicity if it refuses to uproot terrorist sanctuaries: Expert
The United States must put an end to Pakistan's duplicity if it refuses to cooperate in the ongoing war on terror, as Islamabad's "strategy of being both friend and adversary is no longer acceptable", a former US envoy to Afghanistan, Iraq and the United Nations has said.

Robert Pattinson bags lead role in David Cronenberg's 'Cosmopolis'
Robert Pattinson has bagged the lead role in David Cronenberg thriller 'Cosmopolis'.

Pak fears "US will again desert Islamabad" after getting Bin Laden: WikiLeaks
Pakistan is concerned that the United States will "again desert Islamabad" after it gets al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, due to which the Asian nation is hesitant to fully cooperate with its key ally, a diplomatic cable unveiled by whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has revealed.

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