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Trouble For Pitt & Aniston

The rumour of the day is that BRAD PITT and JENNIFER ANISTON are on the rocks because Brad's been spending lots of quality time with actress ANGELINA JOLIE on the set of the movie, "Mr and Mrs Smith." London's News of the World tabloid insists there's trouble because Brad and Jen have appeared together in public just once in the past two months --at the Sept 19 Emmy Awards.

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton may now be infamous for her amateur porn videos... but she's ruled out doing nude scenes in movies... even though film directors are expecting her to do so. In recent press interviews for her upcoming films - House of Wax and National Lampoon's: Pledge This, she said, "No way, I would never strip for a movie. I would never do anything like that. I have studied acting for years."

Talk about wacko! Michael Jackson is reportedly bidding on a genuine Irish ghost "trapped in a bottle". The bottle is owned by a retired mill worker, and is for sale on eBay. It was reported in a British newspaper that an agent representing Michael Jackson is involved in the bidding.

Nicole Kidman is in talks to join the flick Eucalyptus, which already stars Russell Crowe and Geoffrey Rush. It's the story of a widower who, after sheltering his beautiful daughter, announces she will marry the man who can correctly identify the species of each and every one of the thousands of eucalyptus trees on his estate. (Sounds SAPPY to us!)

NBC is about to get hit by the Big One -- again. Network execs are developing a sequel to last May's earthquake mini-series 10.5, which scored HUGE ratings (and ended up the top-rated movie among young adults on any net in two years). A draft will get a draft of the untitled sequel to NBC execs by Thanksgiving, hoping for an air-date early to mid next year. (The sequel will pick up where the original left off: Parts of California have drifted off into the Pacific Ocean, leaving millions dead or devastated by the destruction. But while shaken survivors might have assumed the worst was over, it turns out the Big One was just the beginning.)


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