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Posted at 12:32 PM ET, 05/12/2011

Hayden Panetierre and Wladimir Klitschko split; Angelina Jolie explains tattoo

Hayden Panetierre and Wladimir Klitschko, her exceedingly tall boxer boyfriend, have reportedly split. The long-distance nature of their relationship is reportedly the cause. So that’s two celebrity break-ups so far today. (Yahoo!)

During what could be the weirdest Cannes press conference ever,
Jack Black and Angelina Jolie "Kung Fu Panda-ing” it at Cannes. (Matt Sayles - AP)
Angelina Jolie opted out of discussing Osama bin Laden because, “I’m here in the context of ‘Kung Fu Panda.’ ” Things got stranger when Dustin Hoffman discussed a tragic accident involving Pinocchio and Jack Black attempted to address whether pandas have existential problems. (Vulture)

Speaking of Jolie, she finally explained that mysterious new tattoo. The numbers actually reflect the birth place of Brad Pitt, not a newly adopted baby. (Zap2It)

Will Ferrell will receive this year’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor from the Kennedy Center. (Arts Post)

Actress Autumn Reeser and husband Jesse Warren welcomed a son. Name? The decidedly normal Finn. (People)

Will a former “Friends” star go topless in her upcoming movie? Find out (sort of) after the jump.

Jennifer Aniston may go topless in “Horrible Bosses.” Or she might not if that scene gets cut. (Us)

General Hospital” leads the Daytime Emmy Award nominations, with 21 nods. (Digital Spy)

Mia Amber Davis, a model and actress who appeared in the movie “Road Trip,” has died after routine knee surgery. She was 36. (Entertainment Weekly)

And now here’s Ian McKellen in 3-D glasses on the set of “The Hobbit,” looking a lot like Bono will presumably look when he turns 80 and becomes a wizard. (Movieline)

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