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The 'Lost in Translation' star revealed that her hacked photos were actually private and taken for her ex-husband Ryan Reynolds.
Ditching her blond locks, the Black Widow of 'The Avengers' is seen wearing jeans and a fur coat as well as red lipstick while shooting a scene on the Glasgow set of the upcoming sci-fi movie.
The new promo video for 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' gives a look at the flaming skull rider suddenly shows up to kick some bad guys who almost kill a woman.
Responding to the Maroon 5 frontman's angry tweet which calls Fox News 'evil f**king channel', one Twitter user writes to him, 'Just stick to making your beautiful music, okay?'
Reacting to report that the '50/50' star was spotted kissing the 'Avengers' beauty in New York City in September, his representative says that the actor was not even in the Big Apple at the time.
Fincher explains he chose Rooney Mara to play Lisbeth Salander in 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' because 'the thing that with Scarlett is, you can't wait for her to take her clothes off.'
The man who broke into the private accounts of some stars said it was fascinating to find out what's going on behind their jet-set lives.
Before being released from federal custody on a $10,000 bond, 35-year-old Christopher Chaney is also ordered not to use any computer or other device with Internet access.
Investigators believe 35-year-old Christopher Chaney acted alone and hacked his victims' private accounts simply for the thrill rather than money.
Speaking out for the first time since nude photos of hers were leaked out, the 'We Bought a Zoo' actress says that even celebrities are entitled to their own personal privacy.
Prepared for a legal battle, an artist who works under the name XVALA confirms plan to use the images in a series of street art installments.
TheDirty founder Nik Richie, meanwhile, gives the reason why he complied to the cease-and-desist letter from the 'Iron Man 2' star, saying that he 'actually felt bad' for posting the pictures.
Through her attorney, the ex-wife of Ryan Reynolds has fired off legal threat against the sites which own the copyright to her naked pictures, demanding them to remove the images.
A spokesperson says the agency is 'aware of the alleged hacking incident' and is 'investigating the person or group responsible for a series of computer intrusions involving high-profile figures.'
The actress wants the FBI to investigate the people who have leaked her private pictures and to treat it as a criminal act.