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Jennifer Lopez spices up neutral palette with thigh-high slit skirt - 04 Oct 2014 08:18

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And even when donning the classiest of getups, she somehow always manages to add a sexy twist.
At a photocall to promote her TV series The Fosters on Tuesday, the 45-year-old singer could not resist flashing a little leg in her daring white skirt.
The thigh-high slit of her ruched skirt effectively counterbalanced a demure beige shirt, featuring white cuffs and a matching pussybow collar.
Tanned and toned, the superstar wore her highlighted hair down and styled it with flicks in a gently windswept way.
Pink lipstick perfected her smile, while patent nude heels and diamond bangles polished off her sophisticated look.
Puff Daddy - who dated JLo for two years back in 1999 - has praised her beauty, specifically noting her famous derriere as a 'work art' that will go down in history.
The 44-year-old record producer gushed over her incredible physique and insisted he is 'lucky' to count her among his exes.
Meanwhile, the brunette beauty is rumoured to be dating Maksim Chmerkovskiy - following their dance on stage together during a performance at the American Music Awards in 2013 - after they were spotted together at a nightclub in June.
Yet, in the most recent issue of People, the Ukrainian dance champion and choreographer set the record straight about their friendship.
'I am a hopeless romantic who falls in lust and gets in trouble,' he admitted. 'I love my work and am very productive, yet I always find time to play.'
While he wouldn't elaborate if his 'play' time involved Jennifer, Maksim did appear to have a fond memory of hanging out with the A-list diva and maintains he was a gentleman.
'Yes, she's great, I have fun,' he said vaguely. 'And while other names are out there … I am not a scumbag.'
Jlo is the executive producer of the ABC Family TV series The Fosters, which stars Sherri Saum and Meet the Focker's Teri Polo.
The actresses play a lesbian couple raising a mix of biological, adopted and foster children.
At the beginning of next year, the show will carry on where it left off this summer, halfway through its second season.

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Os 50 anos de Monica Bellucci - 04 Oct 2014 07:50

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Divorce Demi Moore and Bruce Willis Support Daughter Tallulah After Scout Topless Nude Twitter Pic? PHOTO UPDATE - 04 Oct 2014 06:53

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Word has it that daughter of Hollywood legends Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, Tallulah Willis, is finally out of rehab following a stay for alcohol and drug abuse. And according to the latest gossip news updates, her famous mother, is hell bound and determined to support her little girl through this difficult time even if she has been a little preoccupied with her divorce to Ashton Kutcher in the past. From the looks of the topless nude pic of Tallulah and he Free the Nipple sister, Scout, posted to Twitter the other day, it appears that everything is already just about back to normal.
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By all accounts Tallulah Willis is out of rehab and doing better than ever following a short stint to get over her growing problems with drugs and alcohol.
A source claiming to have inside information told that now that she was back out on the streets again, Tallulah was ready to play it a bit straighter than she did last time:
"She's got a clear head and will start outpatient work…She knows there's no quick fix, but she really wants to move on.
"[In the past] her clique has included some bad seeds and she knows she can't continue to be friends with people that do drugs."
Tallulah certainly didn't look much worse for the wear in the recent nude photo with her sister, Scout, that she threw up on Twitter last night:
"Finally reunited with my woman crush weds /best friend/sister…@Scout_Willis."
According to a supposed friend of the family that spoke to OK! Magazine for their September 29, issue, Demi has absolutely dedicated herself to being there for Tallulah in the way she hasn't been over the past few years:
"Demi has made Tallulah's health her top priority.
"Demi's been the shoulder to cry on that Tallulah has needed so badly.
"The support her mom has given her is everything she needed."
It seems like everyone could have probably saved a lot of time and money, if Demi and Bruce had tried being there for Tallulah before things got so bad she needed to go to rehab.

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Salma Hayek on religion, the pope and The Prophet - 04 Oct 2014 06:51

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Your animated adaptation of Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet is about a deported poet delivering sermons. It's not your average children's movie. What's great about the story is that it's very simplistic. It's not complicated philosophy or even that sophisticated writing. However, it's managed to touch so many people because there's a lot of truth in what he says. His story doesn't teach so much as remind you of things that you know deep down.
Was it easy to make? It was such a difficult thing to make! It was exhausting and complicated. When you do something original, it's hell. It's a completely independent production. No studio would do a movie like this. We still don't have distribution.
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Spiritual discussion is unusual for a film like this. Are you spiritual? I am a spiritual person but I am not a religious spiritual person. I don't want anyone giving rules to my relationship with God or my spirituality. Sometimes I find spirituality in art or in science because it's about discovering the source of who we are. Spirituality is about creation and the exploration of the unknown.
Did you have a religious upbringing? Yes, I was brought up a Catholic. And I have respect for it and I got a lot of good things out of it. I believe in values that are very similar to Catholics. I also like this Pope very much. I really like him!
Have you met him? No. I don't do celebrity spiritual tours. But I have a lot of respect for the guy. I think that sometimes it's religion that keeps us separate though. If you take the religion out, if you take all the countries away, all the culture away, you will find that there is a purity to a human being and a unity to who we are.

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Vin Diesel shares photo of Paul Walker in 'Fast & Furious 7' - 04 Oct 2014 06:20

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Sep. 24, 2014 at 3:39 PM ET
Vin Diesel has shared a photo of himself with his late co-star, Paul Walker, in the upcoming film "Fast & Furious 7," and it's an appropriately somber image.
Diesel, who posted the photo on Tuesday, also wrote on Facebook about the recent experience of screening the film's trailer: "I must also say, that it was emotional and bittersweet… we all went above and beyond to make Pablo proud, but man, I wish he could see what we have created and just how far we have come."
Walker died last November at age 40 when the Porsche he was riding in slammed into a light pole and tree. Filming had not yet been completed. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Walker's role was rewritten so that his character, street racer and onetime FBI agent Brian O'Conner, will retire from the racing scene. Walker's brothers, Cory and Caleb, were among the men used as stand-ins for the late actor.
The photo is the latest remembrance of Walker that Diesel has posted to his page - earlier this month, he shared a behind-the-scenes clip of the two of them shooting a scene exactly a year ago.
"Fast & Furious 7" opens April 3, 2015.
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Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie: Brangelina Snubbed George Clooney's Wedding? They Sent Wine Instead! - 04 Oct 2014 04:54

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By Staff Writer | Oct 02, 2014 02:15 PM EDT

Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie did not attend the recent wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's four-day wedding celebrations throughout Venice over the weekend. It turned out that this A-list celebrity couple was not able to show up for the wedding because they both got held up on set.
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Brangelina has also gotten tied the knot just last month. Apparently, this new husband-and-wife tandem is busy working on their 2 nd movie together, "By the Sea" in Malta. According to multiple online reports, they could not tear themselves away from the shoot. However, they did send their regards for the newlyweds by sending a full case of their Miraval wine, their own award-winning wine from their French estate.
George Clooney has finally given up his status as a bachelor as he gave his wedding vows to British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin. Because of the close relationship between Clooney and Pitt, many were quick to assume that the male star of "Mr. and Mr. Smith" would be the event's best man. The best man was Randy Gerber, who is the husband of Cindy Crawford.
Contrary to what some tabloids have reported, there are actually no hard feelings between these two male celebrities. Brad Pitt just simply could not make it. A source revealed to E! News, "Both of them have worked on movies where this sort of issue has come up, and so has George. So, of course, he'll completely understand and not feel snubbed by them or anything like that. This movie is such a great project for Brad and Angie and they have to stay focused and in the zone."
Moreover, according to multiple sources, Brangelina loves Alamuddin, who only started to date Clooney a year ago. In fact, they both thought that she was the perfect match for their celebrity buddy.
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Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez & Miranda Kerr: Their Tense Forced Photos At Paris Fashion Week - 04 Oct 2014 04:52

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Talk about uncomfortable! Miranda Kerr, who allegedly inspired the brawl between Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom in July 2014, posed for an awkward photo with Selena Gomez on Sept. 30, at Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book party in Paris.
This has got to be awkward for Justin Bieber, 20! The "Boyfriend" singer was at a party on Sept. 30, for Paris Fashion Week where Selena Gomez, 22, and Miranda Kerr, 31, were both present and actually posed together! A new reports claims that Justin was, "acting very strange and was trying to keep his distance from both women."
Justin Bieber Selena Gomez Paris Fashion Week - Take Awkward Photo With Miranda Kerr
It's no secret that these three have quite a history! A source told , "There was a lot of tension in the room because both Miranda and Selena were there. Bieber was also acting very strange and was trying to keep his distance from both women."
The source revealed that Justin was not the only one who was uncomfortable. "Miranda and Selena were asked to pose together by photographers, and they were weird about it, but they awkwardly agreed to do it."
This was not the first time that Selena and Miranda were asked to pose together. The site reports, "earlier in the day, Kerr and Gomez had been asked to pose together at the Louis Vuitton show and looked none too happy about it."
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Selena Gomez Unfollows Justin Bieber On Instagram
It looks like there might be some more tension in the near future now that Selena has unfollowed Justin on Instagram. That's not all! As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Selena posted several tweets that hinted that there may be some trouble between her and the biebs.
On Oct. 1, she tweeted, "Sometimes we think we aren't good enough. But then I realize when I think I'm alone I have God." Then, just minutes later she added, "We have to learn the hard way sometimes."
Hopefully things are fine between the sweet couple!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think there was tension between Selena and Miranda? Let us know your thoughts below!
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'The Good Lie' movie review: The truth is, Reese Witherspoon's latest is a flawed but feel-good film - 04 Oct 2014 04:21

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A "good lie," as explained by Mark Twain, is one in which someone tells a mistruth but for noble reasons. For example, in Twain's "Huckleberry Finn," when Huck saves Jim by telling a pair of men searching for runaway slaves that the only person aboard his raft is his smallpox-infected father, he was lying.
That lie saved Jim's life. Thus, it was a good lie.
And here's another good lie for you: Reese Witherspoon is the star of the drama "The Good Lie."
Witherspoon is in the movie, mind you. She is featured prominently in its trailers. But she doesn't appear on-screen until after 30 minutes or so. Even then, it's in a fairly vanilla supporting role.
Rather, this is a film that belongs to three actors you've probably never heard of: Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal. But if putting Witherspoon's mug on the movie poster is what it takes to get people to go see director Philippe Falardau's uneven but ultimately rewarding film, well then that's a good lie — and nobody who sees it is likely to hold it against Falardau.
Even with its flaws — including a jokey midsection that feels a bit padded — "The Good Lie" is a difficult movie to dislike. It has too much heart, too much hope, too much good humor.
The film, which is based on real-life events, delivers a message - some might say a sanitized one - without getting preachy. Moviegoers will want to applaud during the closing credits. (And that's exactly what happened after an advance screening last week at the AMC Clearview Palace in Metairie.)
The whole thing centers on the so-called "lost boys" of the Sudan — children who were displaced, orphaned or conscripted during the second Sudanese Civil War from 1983 to 2005. By some estimates, that war created more than 20,000 such lost boys — and girls — who crowded refugee camps praying they would win a U.S. lottery to resettle them in America.
"The Good Lie" starts with a group of such children, left to wander the African bush when the rest of their village — their parents, their elders, their chief — are gunned down by soldiers. It's a heartbreaking scene when they realize what has happened, as is their hundreds-mile journey, all on foot and with no adult assistance, in search of safety.
The young heroes rise to the multiple challenges thrown in front of them, mourn those who die on the way, and do what they must do in order to survive. Yes, they eventually make it to the camp, where they are left to wait for their chance at a new life — for 13 years.
Then comes the news they were waiting for: They are chosen for resettlement in America. But while their life in the refugee camp is ending, they are about to encounter a new set of struggles. Not only do they get split up — one is sent to Boston, three to Kansas City — but America is a whole other world for them.
These are people who know how to chase a pair of cheetahs away in order to score a free meal — but a telephone? What's that?
When they board the plane to head to America, one looks at the Nike T-shirt another was given years earlier by aid workers — emblazoned with the words "Just do it" — and says, "Now we'll finally find out what that means."
They'll also find out that putting their old lives behind them isn't so easy — particularly when it comes to a good lie told years earlier that still haunts all of them.
Of course, it's good to see the children — now grown into genial young adults — safe. But it's in the film's flabby, America-set midsection where it loses a good deal of its momentum.
It's where we finally meet Witherspoon, playing a brassy charity worker tasked with helping our lost boys find gainful employment — and she's good in the role. (Not to mention dark-haired, for a change.) But, honestly, she doesn't matter a whole lot to the film's plot. Neither do the other do-gooder Americans (Corey Stoll, Sarah Baker) who help her.
That's because "The Good Lie" is about the boys. Unfortunately, Falardau gets distracted with a series of jokey fish-out-of-water vignettes and subplots that feel forced and never quite pay off fully.
That's not to say there's anything wrong with levity. In fact, it goes a long way in a film such as this. But Falardau's willingness to linger there aimlessly makes it the weakest part of his film.
It's in the film's Africa-set scenes — at the film's start and again in its closing 25 minutes or so — when "The Good Lie" is at its best. This is where the story is at its most moving and rewarding.
Adding a layer of poignance: The actors playing the now-grown lost boys were all either real-life lost boys or the children of lost boys, as we learn in the closing credits.
And that's who this movie is about. It's about the lost boys. It's about their tragic story. It's about raising awareness, if gently, about what's going on in the Sudan.
But if it takes Witherspoon's white face to make people pay attention, then that's a lie that can be forgiven.
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Snapshot: A feel-good drama, based on real events, about a trio of Sudanese refugees — rendered homeless as children by ongoing war in their homeland — who struggle to adjust to their new lives in America.
What works: It's an impossible film not to like, a well-acted and congenial message movie that avoids being preachy.
What doesn't: The film's America-set scenes are too jokey and too crammed with largely needless characters — including Witherspoon's, despite her above-the-title billing — and subplots that don't pay off fully.
Cast: Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal, Witherspoon, Corey Stall, Juoth Wiel. Director: Philippe Falardau. Rating: PG-13, for thematic elements, some violence, brief strong language and drug use. Running time: 1 hour 50 minutes. Where: Find New Orleans and Baton Rouge showtimes.
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Chris Brown ... Face-Grabbing Fan Says She Was Just Showing Drunk Love - 04 Oct 2014 04:19

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The woman who grabbed Chris Brown in a nightclub and got checked by the singer says she was just trying to show him some love … even though she looks pretty damn ominous in the video.The woman — Mandee — admits to us … she was wasted after Chris' performance at the Houston club. She claims 5 drinks and some shots, which definitely qualifies as wasted. She also admits it's understandable that Chris — who was turned the other way when she grabbed him — was simply reacting to her unwanted face grab when he pushed her … but feels he went too far.Mandee says she's considering legal action, telling us, "I wasn't trying to hurt him, I was just a drunk fan."Good luck with that.

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