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Rhys Ifans, ‘Spider-Man’ villain, cited at Comic-Con; Kim Kardashian diagnosed with psoriasis

Rhys Ifans speaks at "The Amazing Spider-Man" Panel during Comic-Con. (Kevin Winter/GETTY IMAGES)

Kim Kardashian has been diagnosed with psoriasis, an event that caused her to scream at her mom on their reality show. But she was still able to crash her future husband Kris Humphries’s bachelor party in Vegas, so it seems all is well. (Life and Style; People)

Linda Christian, who played the first Bond girl on a TV adaptation of “Casino Royale,” has died after battling colon cancer. (Telegraph)

Jennifer Lopez turned 42 this weekend and had dinner at a fancy wine bar in Miami. No spending the day alone in a dark room weeping for this newly single lady! (Page 6)

A friend of the late Amy Winehouse said the singer was found alone in her bed, and police sources say no drugs or paraphernalia were found in her home. (TMZ; People)

After the jump, find out which Hollywood couple hasn’t broken up.

Blake Lively and Leonardo DiCaprio haven’t broken up! Or actually confirmed they’re together. The reported couple was spotted together shopping in Santa Barbara. (People)

The true and inspiring story of the 33 Chilean miners who were trapped underground for 69 days is headed to the big screen, with ”Motorcycle Diaries” writer Jose Rivera set to adapt. (Hollywood Reporter)


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