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Stepping into the confessional has proven a lucrative move for Taylor Swift. According to Billboard, the 20-year-old popcountry songbird's latest album, Speak Now, sold more than 1 million copies in its debut week, marking the first million-plus launch since Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III in June of 2008. Swift's tally actually eclipsed Wayne's, giving the singer the largest sales week in over five years. She fell just short of topping 50 Cent's 2005 album, The Massacre.
Hollywood hotties Scarlett Johansson and Rachel McAdams are reportedly competing to star opposite actor Matt Damon in a new film We Bought A Zoo directed by Cameron Crowe. The actor to take the lead role in the film has drawn up a shortlist of actresses he wants for the main female part. The film has been adapted from Benjamin Mee's book about the project he undertook with his family to restore the decrepit Dartmoor Zoological Park.
When Sanjay Dutt launched his first home production, Rascals, to be directed by David Dhawan, on Oct 29 at a five-star hotel in Andheri, there were hushed whispers at the venue that the leading lady of the film, Kangana Ranaut, will be seen in a two-piece bikini in the film. The bikini was bought in London. Says a source close to the film, "It's a very revealing bikini...Kangana will set the screen on fire. " She will don the bikini in her introductory scene which has been shot in Bangkok.
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