The return of Stallone, the porn star!
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The softcore porn film which marked Sylvester Stallone's onscreen debut is set to resurface.
Strapped for cash, the star actually made his debut in 1970 porn flick The Party At Kitty And Stud's.
The film was renamed 'The Italian Stallion' six years later, hitting shelves after the actor shot to prominence in break-out hit Rocky.
Now the rights to his erotic movie have reportedly been sold for 270,000 pounds, paving the way for its new owner to re-release the picture, reports the Sun.
Sly's been busy making sequels to his best movie successes in recent years.
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Image: Sylvester Stallone
No more kids for Sandra Bullock
Academy-award winner Sandra Bullock's representative has rubbished rumours that the actress is looking to adopt a little girl.
A magazine article suggested that the actress is making plans to take up a baby girl.
But The Blind Side star's spokesperson quickly moved to dismiss the reports, telling GossipCop.com the story is 'completely false', reports the Daily Star.
Bullock revealed in April 2010 that she and now ex-husband Jesse James had secretly adopted a baby boy in January.
However, later The Proposal star subsequently split from the husband when his infidelities were revealed in the press and she now cares for little Louis on her own.
Reports during summer this year also claimed the 46-year-old was preparing to adopt a second child to give the tot a younger sibling, but then also the rumors were shot down by Bullock's rep.
Image: Sandra Bullock with Louis on People magazine
She's no child of mine, says Harry Potter star
Tom Felton, who plays Draco Melfoy in Harry Potter series, has dismissed claims that he is the father of a secret baby.
Felton, 23, dismissed rumors through a message on his Twitter page, insisting he's not one of the Harry Potter actors that has allegedly fathered a secret child.
An Internet rumour started when an anonymous postcard was put on the blog Post Secret, where users send their secrets in on a postcard, that had the following message: "One of these men is the father of the most amazing little girl in the world."
The note continued: "He's never met her, he never will. He probably can't even remember my name."
The postcard featured the images of Felton, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Jason Isaacs, twins James and Oliver Phelps and Alan Rickman.
Felton then took to his Twitter page to rule himself out.
"My friend just found this on the web! just to confirm that i can be cancelled out of this equation lol!" the Daily Mail quoted him as saying on his Twitter page.
Felton is in a long-term relationship with Jade Olivia, who works in the film industry.
Image: Tom Felton
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
Sold! A James Bond gun
A Walther air pistol, held by Sean Connery in a publicity shot for the James Bond classic From Russia With Love, has fetched more than 250,000 pounds at an auction.
The gun sold for 277,250 pounds, more than 10 times its estimate of 15,000-20,000 pounds at Christie's in London on Thursday, reports the BBC.
Meanwhile, a rare Darth Vader costume made for Star Wars film The Empire Strikes Back failed to sell at auction as no bidder offered to pay the reserve price.
The outfit, believed to have been the first complete Vader costume to be offered at auction, was expected to fetch up to 230,000 pounds.
Another James Bond pistol that appeared in the 1974 film The Man With The Golden Gun was sold for 15,000 pounds.
Image: A DVD cover of From Russia With Love
Beyonce's success woes
Singer Beyonce Knowles has in a new documentary revealed how her success has affected her life and how it sometimes overwhelms her.
Beyonce, 29, who is ranked as Forbes ninth most powerful woman in the world, spoke candidly in a preview clip about how lonely she gets, while also pondering why God has made her so successful.
'Sometimes its overwhelming. Why did God give me my talent, my gift, my family. But I know you're not supposed to question God,' the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
'Only God knows. And I don't take it for granted,' she said.
She also said that she appreciates her position more now than when she was younger.
'Now when I win six Grammys in a night I know to soak up every moment. I appreciate how incredible it all is,' she added.
Photographs: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters