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An auction house postpones the sale of personal items such as a hairbrush and nail clippers after receiving notification that the items did not belong to the 'X Men: Days of Future Past' actress.
Berry testifies at the California Capitol to support a bill, which will limit paparazzi's ability to take photos of celebrities' children without the parents' consent.
The 'Dark Tide' actor lets it slip the gender of his unborn baby with his fiancee by calling it his son.
Director Bryan Singer takes to Twitter to post an on-set pic which features Halle Berry concealing her baby bump in her black leather costume as Storm.
Berry, who is in her early stage of second trimester, rocks a satin lace dress during the premiere of 'The Call' in Brazil.
Dodging question about the sex of her baby, the 'Call' actress gushes, 'I feel fantastic. This has been the biggest surprise of my life to tell you the truth.'
The 'Cloud Atlas' actress is approximately three months along and reportedly expecting a son.
The situation gets heated when a crowd of paparazzi swarms the 'Monster's Ball' actress who arrives from a vacation in Hawaii with her daughter Nahla and fiance Olivier Martinez.
The former Bond girl wears a cleavage-baring dress on 'The Tonight Show' while promoting her latest film, 'The Call'.
The long dress by Theia was no longer floor length when LiLo gave it back after she wore it for the amfAR gala in New York City.
When Breslin is abducted by a serial killer, Berry risks her life and races against time to prevent the murderer from assassinating the young girl.
After coming under fire for targeting Austrian with his Hitler joke, the host of the 85th annual Academy Awards tweets, 'Austria, we'll give you the Oscar if you take back Arnold (Schwarzenegger).'
Playing a 911 operator, Berry repeatedly gets phone calls from different teenage girls who happen to be victims of a same killer.
The English boyband are not happy with their current LP and have decided to move its original holiday launch to Spring next year.
Joining Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and possibly Hugh Jackman, Berry and Marsden are the other original 'X-Men' stars wanted to take part in the 'First Class' sequel.