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Kate Middleton’s phone possibly hacked; Anne Hathaway injures stuntman

Kate Middleton, potential victim of phone hacking, with Prince Harry and husband William. (Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)

Kate Middleton’s phone may have been hacked as part of the widespread scandal involving News International’s reporting practices. This is the same phone hacking scandal that involved Sienna Miller and in which the actress was recently paid a sizeable settlement. (The Guardian)

Anne Hathaway jammed the butt of a gun into a stuntman’s eye on the set of “The Dark Knight Rises,” giving him a black eye and a headache. The actress apologized by giving the guy an engraved pen. (The Sun)

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries will sign a pre-nup. Show of hands: Who didn’t see that coming? (Zap 2 It)

Why did Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn break up? According to “an insider,” Penn did not want a serious relationship in the wake of his divorce from Robin Wright. “Scarlett pursued him,” the alleged insider tells Us Weekly. (Us)

The tattoo on Ed Helms’s face in “The Hangover Part II” could be digitally altered for the DVD if a lawsuit is not settled soon. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Jon Cryer explains the Charlie Sheen situation to David Letterman, after the jump.

Jon Cryer attempts to explain the Charlie Sheen situation on the “Late Show With David Letterman.”

The movie “Big Fish” is being adapted into a Broadway musical. Oh, and so is “The Goonies.” Does this mean there will be a lavish production number set to “The Goonies R Good Enough”? (Vulture)

The first image from Season 2 of “Walking Dead” has been released. Suddenly, my eyes feel very dry and itchy. (Digital Spy)

When she isn’t at a movie theater or writing about movies, Jen Chaney is ... um ... probably at home, watching a movie.


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