Jessica Biel wants to play her husband-to-be Justin Timberlake's enemy in a film.
The 'Total Recall' actress would love to star alongside her husband-to-be but would prefer if they didn't play a couple on screen.
When asked if they would appear in a movie together, Jessica told Celebs on Sunday magazine: ''I think if it happens, it happens. We're definitely not searching for it, but if we can find something that's exciting for us both, then yeah. I mean, we want to be careful about playing a couple in a movie, I'm not sure about that, but playing enemies could be cool.''
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Justin Timberlake is to reunite with ex-girlfriend Cameron Diaz after being cast alongside her in new comedy 'Bad Teacher'.
The singer-turned-actor - who dated the actress for almost four years until their split in 2007 - has been cast in the lead role in new comedy film 'Bad Teacher' alongside Cameron.
In the Columbia Pictures film, Justin will play a substitute teacher who is seduced by Cameron's character, a junior high school teacher bitter after being dumped by her sugar daddy.
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The killer who inspired 2006 movie Alpha Dog has been sentenced to serve life in prison without parole.
Jesse James Hollywood was sentenced on Friday (05Feb10), 10 years after he led a gang murder of Nicholas Markowitz in California.
Prosecutors maintained Hollywood was the ringleader of a plot to kill Markowitz to send a message to the teenager's brother after he failed to pay off a drug debt.
The killer was captured in Brazil five years after he disappeared from California.
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Drug dealer Jesse James Hollywood was convicted of kidnapping and killing 15-year-old Nicholas Markowitz in 2000 over a debt owed by his half-brother.
Markowitz's sibling, small-time drug dealer Ben, owed Hollywood more than $2,000 (£1,333) worth of marijuana.
Nicholas was held hostage for several days, before being hit over the head with a shovel, bound with duct tape, and shot several times.
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California's High Court authorities have agreed Jesse James Hollywood can get a fair trial in an infamous 2000 slaying, despite the fact his crimes were heavily referenced in the 2006 movie, which also starred Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone.
Fugitive Hollywood was captured in Brazil after the film wrapped in 2005 and now Santa Barbara, California prosecutors have been given permission to proceed with the trial. He faces the death penalty if found guilty.
Hollywood is accused of orchestrating the kidnapping and murder of 15-year-old Nicholas Markowitz in August 2000.
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Frank Sinatra's performance in From Here To Eternity has been voted the best ever acting performance by a musician.
Ol' Blue Eyes was renowned for his voice but performances in On The Town, The Manchurian Candidate and Ocean's Eleven marked him as a fine actor.
However it is the music legend's turn in 1953's From Here To Eternity that has been labelled the greatest ever acting role by a musician in a poll carried out for getcloser.com.
A panel of HMV's experts labelled the performance "the most important singer/actor role ever".
The role "revitalised Sinatra's career and put him back at the top of the showbiz world," they added.
Elvis Presley's "young, mean and dangerous" Jailhouse Rock role was praised while Eminem's work in 8 Mile was labelled "incredibly naturalistic".
Other acting performances by musicians included Ice Cube's role as Doughboy in Boyz N The Hood, Bjork's acclaimed work in Lars Von Trier's Dancer in the Dark and Justin Timberlake's promising contribution to Alpha Dog.
The top ten acting performance by musicians are:
1 From Here To Eternity Frank Sinatra
2 Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
3 8 Mile Eminem
4 Boyz N The Hood Ice Cube
5 Desperately Seeking Susan Madonna
6 Dancer In the Dark Bjork
7 Performance Mick Jagger
8 The Man Who Fell To Earth David Bowie
9 Purple Rain Prince
10 Alpha Dog Justin Timberlake
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Justin Timberlake is to add to his growing portfolio by producing a television show for MTV.
The 27-year-old will work on a new reality game show called The Phone, which will see each show beginning with two hidden mobile phones ringing at opposite ends of a city.
People who answer the phone will be given five seconds to decide if they want to play for a chance of a cash prize.
They are then given a mission to complete for the prize.
MTV said The Phone would be reminiscent of films such as The Bourne Identity and The Game.
"Genre-busting and reinvention is at the core of what we do, and The Phone does just that," said Tony Disanto, MTV executive vice president of programming and series development.
"Each week will be an action-packed mini-movie."
As well as his successful time in boyband N*Sync, Timberlake has gone on to have a hugely impressive solo career as well as acting roles in films including Alpha Dog, Southland Tales and Shrek the Third.
He currently holds the number one spot in the UK singles chart with Madonna for their song 4 Minutes.
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Teenage actor Anton Yelchin fears film fans will get the wrong idea about him when they see him cavorting with two nearly-naked actresses in new film Alpha Dog.
The 16-year-old House of D star was initially thrilled about the idea of filming a swimming pool love scene with two gorgeous actresses until it dawned on him that filmgoers would think he really was a seedy character.
He says, "I couldn't imagine enjoying it or taking pleasure in this scene. I'd feel a little sick and uncomfortable with myself if I did... I'd feel gross.
"I'd feel uncomfortable for the girls in the scene with me. They'd think I'm this guy who gets off on these scenes."
Movie star Sharon Stone had to wear an extra-large fat suit to play a grieving mum in new movie Alpha Dog because she looked stunning in everything the director tried to put her in.
Moviemaker Nick Cassavetes was desperate to capture the reallife weight problems SUSAN MARKOWITZ suffered as she attempted to cope with the death of her son at the hands of JESSE JAMES HOLLYWOOD, but Stone couldn't look rough if she tried.
He explains, "The woman gained a bunch of weight... She had an extremely tough time with the events that happened, a really difficult time.
"I remember when I was testing fat suits on Sharon, you put 40 pounds on her (and) she still looks like a glamourpuss. We had to really go and put it on her. She liked it.
"She feels a certain comfort with all that stuff on her."
Actress Janet Jones has been indicted for placing bets with a sports gambling ring.
The A CHORUS LINE star, who is married to hockey great Wayne Gretzky, was implicated in the illegal New Jersey gambling venture, which has allegedly been financed by RICK TOCCHET - her husband's fellow coach at the Phoenix Coyotes hockey team in Arizona.
The bets were not placed on sports involving hockey teams, but primarily on football and basketball games.
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