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Kristen Stewart's rumored fling involving director Rupert Sanders will probably make her own promotional work for the "Twilight Saga" fairly awkward, but it's already throwing a wrench in Will Ferrell's appearances for "The Campaign."
No, Ferrell isn't an actor in "Twilight" - he's just a (hilariously) distraught fan, one who simply can't handle Stewart's apology to her supposed boyfriend and "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson for doing whatever it was she did with Sanders.
What hindsight a few years can bring.
After undergoing 10 procedures in one day to augment everything from her butt to her brows, Heidi Montag now says that she wouldn't elect for such extensive plastic surgery as she did toward the end of 2009.
Stevie Wonder is ending his 10-year marriage to Kai Millard Morris.
The singer filed for divorce under his given name, Stevland Morris, his rep confirms to CNN.
The “X-Men: First Class” sequel won’t bow until July 2014, but speculating about it is bound to be easier now that producer Bryan Singer has shared the flick’s title with fans.
The James McAvoy- and Michael Fassbender-starrer will be called “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” The title comes from the ‘80s comic of the same name and is set in a dystopian future (which should be familiar to “Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence, who plays Mystique in the franchise.)
“Come on, Cohaagen! You got what you want. Give those people air!” – Douglas Quaid, "Total Recall" (1990)
Along with dozens of other classic one-liners like the one above, the original "Total Recall" was a sci-fi trip to Mars starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was at his peak of action-film stardom and helped make this movie an instant classic.
Colin Farrell will fill Arnie’s shoes in 2012's eagerly awaited remake, which opens in theaters today.
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