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Damon role

London, Feb. 24 (PTI): Actor Matt Damon is set to play Robert F. Kennedy in a new biopic about the early years of his life.

The Invictus actor is reportedly in talks to play the American politician in an adaptation of Evan Thomas’s biography Robert Kennedy: His Life.

The film is expected to follow the life of Robert Kenendy, who was the younger brother of President John F. Kennedy, from his early life till the 1960 and 1968 presidential campaigns until his assassination in 1968, the report said.

Sizzling Liz

London (PTI): Elizabeth Hurley has a legacy of wearing revealing dresses. At the age of 44, she outdid herself at a charity fundraiser in a see-through sari. With husband Arun Nayar on her arm, the actress posed happily for the cameras at the Love Ball charity fundraiser on Tuesday night in a dazzling blue sari. Hurley left nothing to the imagination in the ensemble, showing she still has the figure to carry off even the most risque of dresses.

Leo Avatar

Los Angeles (PTI): Filmmaker James Cameron has found an ardent fan in Leonardo Dicaprio. Cameron’s blockbuster Avatar may have sunk DiCaprio’s Titanic box office record, but the actor finds the Avatar to be “astounding”. “It’s an unbelievable film experience, it really is. What Cameron pulled off on that movie it’s astounding, it blows your mind,” DiCaprio said.

Boyle error

London (PTI): Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle was mistaken by the Eurostar railway staff for the Queen. The 48-year-old singer burst out laughing after the staff mistook her as the Queen and train officials bowed and curtsied to her on a trip back from Paris. The singer was then given the royal treatment after the misunderstanding.s

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