Angelina Jolie to adopt child from Haiti?
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Angelina Jolie made a secret visit to the quake-ravaged Haiti and it is rumoured that she is all set to adopt a child.
The Tomb Raider star paid several visits to Haiti after the devastating earthquake in January, which killed thousands and left hundreds of children orphaned.
United Nations officials have confirmed that Angelina, who is a UN Goodwill Ambassador, had paid a "low-profile" visit to Haiti.
'She met officials and there has been a lot of talk that she is desperate to help the children and is thinking of adopting one,' the Daily Star quoted a source in the country as saying.
Angelina already has three adopted children and three birth children with Brad Pitt, 46.
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Kristen Stewart to replace Angelina Jolie in Wanted sequel?
Kristen Stewart has sparked rumours of replacing Angelina Jolie in a Wanted sequel after saying that she is excited to accept the role but only if the movie would be as good as the first one.
The Twilight actress is the preferred choice to take over from the Oscar-winning actress as the upcoming sequel''s female lead opposite James McAvoy, after Jolie refused to do another assassin action film.
'(I would) definitely (take the role), as long as it was good and I mean, it's really exciting to see (that as an opportunity),' the Daily Star quoted her as telling MTV.com
'Wanted was a great movie. James McAvoy makes that movie different from most other action movies because he's a real guy -- you're so with him.
'I feel like most action movies don't have that. So if it had that, definitely. But I wouldn't just want to be in a mindless blow-up movie. I'm not into it,' she added.
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Oprah, Buddy Holly, The Muppets to get stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Actor Neil Patrick Harris, talk show host Oprah Winfrey, late rock and roll singer Buddy Holly, and The Muppets are all set to get stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce revealed on June 17 that 30 celebrities will get plaques on the neighbourhood's sidewalks next year, with each recipient paying 25,000 dollars for the privilege, ABC News reported.
Three stars will be placed during the same ceremony for actors Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd and their daughter Laura Dern.
Also on the motion picture side, honourees include Penelope Cruz, Ed Harris, Kenny Ortega, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ridley Scott, Sissy Spacek, Donald Sutherland, and Reese Witherspoon, as well as the Muppets.
In addition to Harris and Winfrey, Danny DeVito, Tina Fey, Simon Fuller, John Langley, Ed O'Neill and producer John Wells will represent television.
Recording artists include Melissa Etheridge, Los Tigres Del Norte, Rascal Flatts, Go-Go''s, Slash, will.i.Am, and Bebe and Cece Winans.
Holly and Louis Prima are two posthumous recipients. Joe Mantegna will represent the live performance/theatre category.
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