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FBI arrests man over hacking of naked photos of Hollywood stars

The FBI yesterday arrested a man as part of its investigation into the alleged hacking of Hollywood celebrities' phones and email accounts which saw naked pictures of actress Scarlett Johansson leaked online last month.

'Los pasos dobles' named best film at San Sebastian festival

Spanish filmmaker Isaki Lacuesta's "Los pasos dobles" beat the much-fancied Japanese film "Kiseki" to the top prize at the San Sebastian festival on Saturday.

Miller: I thought a loved one was betraying me

Sienna Miller gathered her family and closest friends into a room and accused one of them of lying in an attempt to get to the source of newspaper stories which she only later realised came from the hacking of her mobile phone by the News of the World.

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Margaret Olley: Celebrated Australian painter and patron of the arts

Margaret Olley had just put the final touches to more than two dozen works about to be exhibited in Sydney when she died in her sleep, "with paint still on her fingers", according to her dealer and friend, Philip Bacon. Olley was one of Australia's best loved and respected artists, a prolific painter of still lifes and domestic interiors, mostly created inside her cluttered Sydney home. She was also a leading patron of the arts, mentoring young artists and donating millions of dollars to public galleries to help them acquire works.

Vanessa Redgrave plea for travellers

Actress and campaigner Vanessa Redgrave has said "lives will be ruined" if travellers on the UK's largest illegal site are evicted next month.

Charlize Theron ready to have a baby

Charlize Theron wants to have a baby.

Winslet and children escape Branson house fire

Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet and her children managed to escape unhurt today after a middle-of-the-night fire ripped through Sir Richard Branson's luxury home in the Caribbean.

British actresses sexy? They're just too inhibited, says film producer

British starlets such as Keira Knightley and Emma Watson have risen to the high ranks of Hollywood thanks in part to their beauty, but a leading producer has claimed that when it comes to sex actresses from this side of the Channel are too inhibited compared with the French. Producers sought a smouldering actress to play Dominic Cooper's love interest in The Devil's Double, the recently released film about Saddam Hussein's savage son, Uday.

Daniel Craig: 'I'd be a disaster in a rom-com'

Daniel Craig would be a "disaster" in a romantic comedy.

Selma Blair gives birth

Selma Blair has given birth to a baby boy.

Video: The Wanted's Nathan staying single

Nathan from The Wanted receives a death threat from a jealous fan and he gets told he looks like Emma Watson.

Emma Stone has panic attack on set

Emma Stone needed a stunt double to film a lift scene with Ryan Gosling after she had a panic attack

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Rebekah Brooks' name has become synonymous with controversy after the hacking accusations with the News of the World. We take a look at a list of the top ten actresses that would be ideal to play the role of the former editor.

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