Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal bare all
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Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal, who star in the upcoming comedy Love & Other Drugs, have posed naked for the cover of Entertainment Weekly.
Happy and laughing, Jake has his arms wrapped around Anne for three different covers.
The couple opened up about the making of the film, and how they got over any initial awkwardness with the sex scenes.
Anne admitted she "totally fell apart" the first time she and Jake were expected to take their clothes off.
So to lighten the mood, director Edward Zwick took off his clothes as well and climbed into bed with both actors.
And both Jake and Anne soon found themselves becoming accustomed to the non-stop nudity.
'We were, like, fake having sex and being like, 'Knock the pot off, knock the pot off,'' the Daily Mail quoted Jake as telling Entertainment Weekly.
'I was not focusing on her at all and instead focusing on knocking the ... pot off for Ed [the director],' he said.
'As with all things in life, the second you stop making it about you and you make it about everyone else, it just got, dare I say, fun. There wasn't anything to be nervous about. It was another scene,' Anne said.
'The lack of clothing meant that there wasn't a lot of padding, so I was constantly bruised,' she added.
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Image: Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway on the cover of Entertainment Weekly
Jolie flees Bosnia over rape portrayal
Angelina Jolie has cut short the shooting of her first movie in Bosnia, her producer said, after rumors that it portrayed a relationship between a rapist and his victim sparked protests from women assaulted during the Bosnian War.
Jolie had originally planned to shoot scenes for her movie for about ten days in Bosnia, but now her crew will film the scenes in just three or four days, said Edin Sarkic, Jolie's Bosnian producer.
Jolie herself will only briefly visit the set, he said.
The change of plans came after rumors surrounding the movie's storyline angered an association of women raped during the war in Bosnia who heard the film was about a rape victim falling in love with her rapist. They pressured city officials to withdraw Jolie's filming permit in October.
Image: Angelina Jolie talks to actor Goran Jetvic during the filming of her yet untitled directorial debut in Esztergom (60 km north of Budapest) November 12.
Photographs: Laszlo Balogh/Reuters
Katy Perry's assets too big for ad
Singer Katy Perry's cleavage in VH1's 'Divas Salute the Troops' ad has been photoshopped after her reps found her breasts looked 'too big'.
Perry, 26, who posed like a pinup girl in the new ad to promote VH1's upcoming December 5th special, was featured parachuting while wearing a form-fitted camouflage jumpsuit.
According to Us Weekly, while other artists featured in the ad are all seen wearing equally revealing clothes, reps for Perry however did not like how her infamous 34D cups looked.
'Her team thinks her b**bs look too big,' the New York Daily News quoted a source as saying.
VH1 later released a new promotional poster showing Perry's alleged Photoshopped chest.
Image: Katy Perry
Photographs: Mike Segar/Reuters
Pammie in Malaysian movie?
Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, who is currently in India's Bigg Boss house, is reportedly set to star in a Malaysian movie.
According to Kosmo!, producer Datuk Dr Che Rozmey Che Din said talks are on between production company dR Movie Production and an agent for Anderson, 43.
'We are currently finalising the contract with Anderson's agent,' the Star Online quoted him as saying.
Che Rozmey said the movie has yet to be named but the story would revolve around a foreign woman stranded on an island.
He said Anderson is the company's top choice and they are doing their best to get the actress to star in the movie, as her involvement in the project could help promote and market the film internationally.
'She is a big name in the movie industry and her popularity will be an asset to us,' he added.
Image: Pamela Anderson
Cher gets cemented
Singer Cher puts her handprints in cement during a hand and footprint ceremony in the forecourt of the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Photographs: Danny Moloshok/Reuters
Pierce Brosnan returning to TV
Former James Bond Pierce Brosnan is set to make a comeback to the small screen after 28 years.
The James Bond star, whose last high-profile stint on TV came in 1980s crime show Remington Steele, has signed up to star in a new thriller series about a private detective, based on the experiences of real life investigator Logan Clarke, reports the Daily Express.
Deadline.com reported that Brosnan will not play the lead in the show, but will take on a smaller part.
The currently unnamed project will be penned by former ER writer/producer Jack Orman, while the former 007 will act as an executive producer.
Image: Pierce Brosnan
Photographs: Eric Gaillard/Reuters