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Who you gonna call, again?

Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd are coming back in a third installment of Ghostbusters. At least that's what People is reporting, quoting Variety. Let's hope it's more successful than Aykroyd's attempt to re-energise the Blues Brothers franchise (without John Belushi, on account of his being dead). And, if it's true, let's wait for all those stories to emerge from the set about how "difficult" Murray is.

Seasonal sensations?

Keep an eye on Eagle Eye, the new Shia LaBeouf film. That's the tip from eonline's Joal Ryan, who notes that it's been six years since a film released in the US in September has made more than $100 million at the US box office. The other big offering this month is High School Musical 3: Senior Year. I think I'll skip that one and wait for High School Musical 33: Senior Years, in which Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens play hyperactive pensioners trying to put on a show at the old folks' home.

Delta's immigration foxtrot

Who said Delta Goodrem couldn't get arrested in the US? Apparently, she nearly did when she "drew the ire" of immigration officials who didn't like the way she was dressed. And they didn't even hear her sing ...

Britney's secrets revealed

Britney Spears started drinking at 13, lost her virginity at 14 and was experimenting with drugs at 15. All this comes from her mother, apparently, in a new book. Somebody should get Terri Irwin a copy.

Trigger happy

Britain's advertising watchdog says posters for the Angelina Jolie film Wanted glamorise guns. Hollywood's been doing that for 100 years, why would it stop now?

Kylie locks horror

She's changed her hair colour in the lead-up to her Australian tour.
PS: The Daily Mail also reveals that Joan Rivers looks like The Joker after her latest facelift. Cue another excuse for a Heath Ledger reference and photo.

Celeb-free zone

"This is a celebrity magazine for people who don't like celebrities. You could say it's a thinking person's celebrity magazine."

So says US publisher Steve Bush about his new publication, Adam & Eve. The first issue, Sally Jackson reports, will "feature people such as artist Shaun Gladwell, Ksubi designers Dan Single and George Gorrow, architect and arts patron Penelope Seidler, singer Nick Cave, actors Tilda Swinton and Juliette Binoche and photographer Rene Vaile".

Addicted to love

Thanks to eonline for this further tidbit on David Duchovny's sex addiction. It quotes writer Matt Dearborn as saying:

"It's news to me. He didn't seem any more or less horny than anyone I worked with."

But, of course, they're in Hollywood ...

Another Amy Winehouse debacle

Amy Winehouse is ill. She is an addict and she needs help. I know that; the world knows that. So what were the organisers of France's Rock En Seine thinking when they booked her to headline their festival? It's no surprise that she pulled out with just two hours' notice. The only surprise is that the organisers are surprised.

Jacko's 50th no thriller

Michael Jackson has just 50 and is now America's second most-famous pyjama wearer after Hugh Hefner. In an AP interview, he said his plan was to celebrate with cake and cartoons. He also spoke about providing a "normal life" for his children. Well, it's a bit late for that ...

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