Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck expecting third child
Jennifer Garner and her husband Ben Affleck are expanding their family.
Their representatives revealed recently that the two, who are both 39, are expecting their third child, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Affleck and Garner, who were married in 2005, said in a one-sentence statement that they are 'thrilled' to have another baby on the way.
The actors already have two daughters, Violet, 5, and Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck, 2.
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Denise Richards rejects guest role on Two and a Half Men
Denise Richards, the ex-wife of Charlie Sheen and the mother of two of his children, has reportedly turned down an offer to appear as a guest on the premiere episode of Two and A Half Men, starring Ashton Kutcher.
Sources close to the show told TMZ.com that the 40-year-old actress declined the offer from the television series producers because she knows her ex-husband would make her life miserable if she accepted it.
'She would never hear the end of it from Charlie,' the New York Post quoted a source connected with the production of the show as telling the website.
The September 19 premiere will show the funeral of Sheen's alter ego character Charlie Harper.
Sheen was fired in March after blasting the show's creator Chuck Lorre and network executives.
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'British actresses are too inhibited to be sexy'
Hollywood producer Paul Breuls has claimed that British actresses can't be sexy as they are too inhibited.
Tinseltown's most respected producer has revealed that although British actresses may be the most sought after, yet starlets like Gemma Arterton, Emma Watson, Keira Knightley and Rebecca Hall cannot be sexy as they are very inhibited.
The producer of Devil's Double, a biopic of Saddam Hussein's sadistic eldest son Uday, had considered some British as well as Hollywood's most celebrated actresses for the role of Sarrab -- Uday's intensely sexual concubine and the film's leading female role.
Sadly, Breuls decided the British actresses weren't sexy enough and chose French actress Ludivine Sagnier instead.
'The role is very demanding sexually and it's difficult to find actresses who are willing to take that leap into the sexual unknown, especially in the States or in England,' the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
'Ludivine Sagnier is someone who made our first short list because she's done some of the most sensual work in French film. She's uninhibited, and she's an excellent actress to boot,' Breuls added.
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