Not many actors can mouth just about the most outlandish of lines and still come across as really suave. Even fewer can manage it for several decades.
A poll in England has revealed that former James Bond star Sean Connery has the sexiest voice in showbiz.
Former Take That singer Robbie Williams follows him at second place, with Welsh crooner Tom Jones coming in third, reports The Sun.
Among the females, British television presenter Mariella Frostrup topped the list, followed by British actress Joanna Lumley in second place.
Lucas wanted to make a Star Wars comedy!
Star Wars director George Lucas has admitted that he always wanted to make a spoof of the Star Wars series.
He said from the very beginning he had wanted to do two versions of the movie, including a comedy, and also wanted to do an extra take to achieve this.
'I've always wanted to do two versions of the movie. From the very beginning, I decided I wanted to do this, and I never really got to do it. I wanted to do an extra take, which was a comedy take, so that then I could cut together the whole movie as a comedy,' The Sun quoted him as saying.
'There have been a lot of great send-ups and parodies. It's fun. We used to say we were just making the movies so they could be parodied in Mad magazine, that's the only reason we're here,' he added.
Britney to meditate in her mansion!
Pop princess Britney Spears is reportedly getting more into spirituality, and is building a prayer room in her mansion where she can meditate.
Spears, who is pregnant with her first child, is a staunch Kabbalah follower and is currently overseeing construction work at her new Malibu home.
'My mom and I are going to start talking about ideas this week for the baby's room. She is so gifted in decorating and interior design and I'm grateful to have her help,' Britney writes on her web site.
'I've also been thinking of different ideas for the prayer and meditation room. Everything is going so well lately -- it literally brings me to my knees,' she adds.
Pele planning sequel to Escape To Victory
Brazilian soccer legend Pele is reportedly making plans to make a sequel to the 1981 World War II movie Escape To Victory.
While the original starred Pele, Michael Caine, Sylvester Stallone, former Argentina and Spurs player Ossie Ardiles and late England captain Bobby Moore, it's not yet decided as to who all will be signed up for the sequel.
Pele is apparently holding talks with Freddie Fields, producer of the original film, The Sun quoted a Variety magazine report as saying.
'I always think that I would have become an actor if I hadn't been a soccer player,' Pele was quoted as saying.
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