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Posted at 10:44 AM ET, 06/15/2011

Elizabeth Hurley is divorced; Matthew Fox in talks to join ‘World War Z’

Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar. (Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images)

Elizabeth Hurley and businessman Arun Nayar are officially divorced. The couple married in 2007 and announced their split last December. (Associated Press)

Matthew Fox and Ed Harris are in talks to join Brad Pitt’s zombie film “World War Z.” (Vulture)

Mildred Baena, the mother of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s previously secret son, did not make a penny from the Hello! magazine interview she gave, according to her lawyer. The former housekeeper said she just wanted to set the record straight. (TMZ)

Jennifer Aniston is a homewrecker! That is, if you believe reports that her rumored beau, Justin Theroux, abruptly tossed aside his girlfriend of 14 years. (ABC News)

Madonna will head back to the studio in July to begin working on a new album. Watch out, Gaga. (MTV)

After the jump, find out which ’80s heartthrob will play an alleged killer on Lifetime.

Rob Lowe will play alleged killer Drew Peterson in a Lifetime movie. (Entertainment Weekly)

The Cabbage Patch Kids may return to television for a special, similar to one that aired in the ’80s. (CNN)

Watch “Green Lantern” star Ryan Reynolds talk to David Letterman about jumping out of an airplane.

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