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KIM Kardashian’s infamous sex tape hit the headlines again earlier this week – when it was valued at a whopping £18million.

In 2007, the newlywed socialite’s hotel room romp with then-boyfriend and R’n’B singer Ray J became a huge hit when it leaked on to the internet.

Despite her best efforts to keep the 39-minute clip private, Kim’s video has now been viewed millions of times worldwide.

And it has made her a pretty penny in the process. She’s grossed £3million from it after striking a deal with the current rights holders.

And in tribute to the saucy clip here are ten more celebs whose bedroom antics have been exposed on the internet.

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1) Paris Hilton

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Hotel heiress Paris Hilton filmed herself getting frisky in a hotel room with then-boyfriend Rick Salomon.

The blonde was just a small-time socialite before 1 Night in Paris emerged in 2004.

But afterwards she emerged as a reality TV star, singer, model, fashion designer and author.

As for Salomon, he subsequently tied the knot with another sex tape queen – Pamela Anderson. The union wasn’t successful though – lasting just ten weeks.

2) Pamela Anderson

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If anyone was ever likely to have a sex tape, it was always going to be pneumatic Baywatch star Pamela Anderson.

In fact, she has two.

Her debut was one of the first to kick-start the internet celebrity sex tape trend. Her clip featured then-hubby Tommy Lee and their saucy honeymoon antics following their 1998 wedding.

She followed that up with another clip in 2005, showing her and Bret Michaels from band Poison.

3) Jordan

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Attention-seeker Jordan and her former boyband lover Dane Bowers had their sizzling home video nabbed from the flat they shared and leaked on to the net during their two-year relationship in the late nineties.

The couple split in 2000, but while Another Level singer Dane has disappeared, Jordan – real name Katie Price – has redefined what it is to be a reality star.

4) Abi Titmuss

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Former nurse Abi was filmed getting down and dirty with ex-TV presenter boyfriend John Leslie and an unidentified woman in 2000.

The 16-minute raunchy recording was released online in 2003 and shot her into the lads’ mag stratosphere.

She has since attempted to redefine herself as a serious actress – once starring as Lady Macbeth in Lowestoft, Suffolk.

5) Jennifer Lopez

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Jennifer Lopez and her then-husband shot some steamy footage on their honeymoon in 1997.

But despite ex Ojani Noa’s best efforts it will never see the light of day.

While a few snippets of the romp have appeared on the net, a Los Angeles judge ordered the entire film to be handed over to the court and locked in a safe deposit box in June.

6) Kendra Wilkinson

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Playmate Kendra Wilkinson famously dated 85-year-old Playboy founder Hugh Hefner for five years.

But her sex tape was filmed before she hit the big time.

The clip was made in 2003, when she was 18 and released in May 2010.

7) Verne Troyer

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Better known as Mini-Me from the Austin Powers films, Verne filmed a dirty video with former live-in girlfriend Ranae Shrider in 2008.

But his full-sized lover leaked the 50-minute video to the public.

8) Colin Farrell

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The Irish bad-boy actor and ex-Playboy Playmate Nicole Narain documented 13 minutes of naughty nookie in 2006. Colin sued Nicole over the tape’s release, insisting the pair had agreed to keep the footage to themselves.

Colin won the case and successfully blocked the tape from distribution, but leaked copies found their way on to the internet nevertheless.

9) Fred Durst

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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst made millions from his sex tape.

Footage of him and an unknown woman having sex was stolen from his computer.

He sued a number of websites who published it without his permission and bagged a whopping £43million in damages.

10) Dustin Diamond

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If ever there was a sex tape that never deserved to see the light of day it is American actor Dustin Diamond’s sordid 2007 romp.

The small-time actor hoped the release of Saved By The Smell in 2007 would resurrect his career a decade after sitcom Saved By The Bell, in which he played Screech, had ended.

But it did exactly the opposite.

Colleceted From- http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/3788626/10-Most-Shocking-br-Celebrity-sex-tape-scandals.html#ixzz2PElYFkQL

Lindsay Lohan may still have a 90-day rehab sentence to get out of the way, but not before she keeps her commitment to David Letterman.

E! News has exclusively learned that the actress is still scheduled to be on the Late Show on April 9.

Meanwhile, the 26-year-old is keeping herself busy in Brazil, where she is earningaround $100,000 to promote John John Denim.

As part of her gig, Lohan did an interview with TV Caras. But she didn’t just talk about the John John brand.

The Liz & Dick star recalled how she was invited to sit down for a meal with none other than, yep, Elizabeth Taylor.

“I got a call from her once before she passed, God rest her soul, and she sent me a diamond ring of hers,” Lohan said. “She said she wanted to have me for dinner, but I was too scared to go. I was too nervous.”

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March 11, 2013: Actor Jim Carrey arrives at the world premiere of the feature film “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. (AP/Invision)

Comedian Jim Carrey attacked Fox News on Friday, claiming the network had slandered him in its coverage of his web video “Cold Dead Hand,” which was released on the comedy site Funny or Die.

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The “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” star said he would have sued Fox News “if I felt they were worth my time or that anyone with a brain in their head could actually fall for such irresponsible buffoonery.”

In the video, Carrey plays a country singer on the popular 1970s show “Hee Haw,” as well as former Oscar-winner and NRA president Charlton Heston, who shoots his own foot off at the end of the video.

Carrey, 51, said his video was made to spotlight his “stand against large magazines and assault rifles.”

Calling Fox News “Fux News” in the press release sent out by his publicist, the “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” star also labeled the number one cable news channel “a media Colostomy bag.”

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/03/29/jim-carrey-says-fox-news-slandered-him-in-its-coverage-his-comedy-web-video/#ixzz2OyDvIH72

Okay, so she was only 11 when Brad kissed her in Interview with the Vampire — but there have been plenty of other uncomfortable onscreen smooches!

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Who wouldn’t want to kissBrad Pitt? Answer: Kirsten Dunst — at least, when she was 11 years old. The actress, now 30, shared her first-ever kiss with Pitt in the 1994 filmInterview with the Vampire. It was “just a peck,” she now recalls, but she didn’t exactly enjoy it.

“Everyone at the time was like, ‘You’re so lucky you kissed Brad Pitt,’ but I thought it was disgusting,” she tells Bullett magazine. “I didn’t kiss anyone else until I was 16, I think. I was a late bloomer.”

It’s okay, Kirsten — lots of actors have to grit their teeth through kissing scenes! Below, five onscreen make-out sessions that apparently weren’t as fun as they looked.

Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

Fans had to wait for the final Harry Potter film to see Hermione and Ron finally smooch. But the actors just wanted to get it over with! “The only good side to it was the fact that we were both in the same boat,” Watson told MTV News. “We were both just like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe we have to do this. This is so awkward. Really awkward.’ So I could take comfort in the fact that Rupert felt the same way. We were both giggling. We were like 12-year-olds. We were like giggling children where you just couldn’t keep it together.”

Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain

Jake and Heath’s cowboy romance heated up the screen, but on the set, it was a different story. “When it came to doing love scenes and stuff like that, the best metaphor I can give is that it felt like we were both like, ‘Are you ready? Yeah. Let’s go,’ and we dove off the boat into the deep end,” Gyllenhaal told About.com. “It’s like when you’re terrified of the water, you see a little kid thrown in the water and they’re trying to get back to the boat as fast as they can. That’s what it was like. But at the same time when we were there we really went for it.”

Blake Lively and Taylor Kitsch in Savages

TV veterans Kitsch and Lively didn’t have a lot of experience with R-rated love scenes when they shot one for their 2012 Oliver Stone film. “It’s very awkward to do, you know, and I was just glad it was over with, to be honest,” Kitsch told People. “God knows we had two weeks of rehearsal, so we talked until we were about to pass out, and then [we shot the sex scenes] on the day I think I knew Blake three days … four days maybe.”

Lea Michele and Cory Monteith on Glee

Considering that these two would be a real-life couple within a year, you’d think that their big “first time” scene on Glee would have inspired sparks. Apparently not. “I adore Cory. He’s like my brother and to have to do some of the stuff we did in front of our entire crew…it’s so less sexy than you think,” Michele told E! News. “Really, we were in a room with like 20 people around us, sitting by the fireplace. He was sweating so much. I was so grossed out!”

Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner in Twilight: Eclipse

Kissing Robert Pattinson was obviously not an issue for Stewart. Kissing Lautner, though — that was less romantic. “As soon as we finished, as soon as we pulled away and they called cut, she’d look at me and I’d look at her and there would be a moment of silence,” Lautner told Access Hollywood. “And she would go: We just kissed!”

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Before Midnight is an upcoming American romance drama film and the sequel to Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004). Like its predecessors, the film was directed by Richard Linklater. As with the previous film, Linklater shares screenplay credit with the lead actors from the films, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Linklater also shares story credit with the original Before Sunrise screenwriter, Kim Krizan.

Ever since Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke were spotted in Greece, fans of Richard Linklater’sBefore Sunrise could breath easier knowing that Jesse and Celine’s reunion didn’t end in a Paris flat at the end of the Before Sunset. Now fans who didn’t make it to SXSW or Sundance, where Before Midnight premiered in January, can finally see the couple together again.

This chapter is not about young love or love-lost. The chase is over. Nine years after Paris, they’re together, with the kids, on vacation, in Greece. This is where romance gets real — and really difficult. Eighteen years after meeting on a train, are Jesse and Celine still the same people? “This is how people start breaking up,” says Celine, who gets all the wet-blanket lines that allow fun-loving Jesse to say, “You are the mayor of Crazy Town.”

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‘Before Midnight’: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, and Richard Linklater talk the ‘Before Sunset’ sequel….

“Indie movie threequel” is not a phrase that’s tossed around very often, but Richard Linklater’sBefore Midnight is one of the year’s most hotly anticipated movies, for a certain breed of film fan. The third part of an ongoing romantic saga that began in Before Sunrise and Before SunsetMidnight reteams Linklater with stars/co-writers Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. EW’s Solvej Schou sat down with Linklater and Delpy in the EW Sundance Lounge, and they were joined via satellite by Hawke. Watch the video below, and be sure to bookmark EW’s Sundance Hub for regular updates throughout the day….

Wait Is Over!! ‘G.I. Joe : Retaliation‘ 3D Released Today…..
G.I. Joe: Retaliation Is Simply Spectacular…

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Offering a more straight-faced brand of idiocy than its cheerfully dumb 2009 predecessor, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” might well have been titled “G.I. Joe: Regurgitation,” advertising big guns, visual effects and that other line of Hasbro toys with the same joyless, chew-everything-up-and-spit-it-out efficiency. Largely devoid of personality, apart from a few nifty action flourishes courtesy of helmer Jon M. Chu, Paramount’s late-March blockbuster, pushed back from a 2012 release (ostensibly to allow for a 3D conversion), may have trouble matching “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’s” $302 million worldwide gross. But with no shortage of merchandising and other cross-promotional opportunities, it should still score significant attention from targeted male viewers.

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Appreciably rougher and grittier in feel than the Stephen Sommers-directed “The Rise of Cobra,” “Retaliation” makes any number of ham-fisted bids for topical relevance, and naturally almost every one of them represents an affront to good taste. Among other things, the film is a sort of accidental comedy about nuclear warfare, as much of the silly plot concerns a global summit where the hope of mass disarmament soon gives way to the threat of mass annihilation. Elsewhere, the script (by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick) finds our trusty Joes raiding a North Korean compound shortly before they head to Islamabad, where they wind up framed for the assassination of Pakistan’s president.

All this geopolitical mayhem is being orchestrated by the U.S. commander-in-chief (Jonathan Pryce) — or rather, the dastardly doppelganger who’s impersonating him with the aid of super-sophisticated “nanomite” technology (because latex is just a little too “Mission: Impossible”). The president’s stand-in is a high-ranking member of Cobra, a secret network of megalomaniacs bent on wiping out the G.I. Joes once and for all, and in the early going, they come perilously close.

Probably aware that no one in the audience could possibly care about any sense of continuity with “The Rise of Cobra” and its eminently forgettable characters, the filmmakers have opted to retain just a few key players this time around. In what feels like an odd miscalculation given the actor’s recent popularity, Channing Tatum’s Duke is around for only about 10 minutes to pass the baton to a fresh G.I. Joe unit led by the physically imposing Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson) and rounded out by Flint (D.J. Cotrona) and Lady Jaye (Adrianne Palicki), both of whom evince far less charisma than the military-grade weapons provided them by Gen. Joe Colton (Bruce Willis, phoning it in).

Providing a bit more interest is the Joes’ ninja faction, chiefly Snake Eyes (Ray Park), whose inexpressive mask stands in marked contrast to the piercing gaze of his longtime nemesis, white-clad swordfighter Storm Shadow (Korean star Byung-hun Lee). Along with newcomer Jinx (Elodie Yung), these returning characters figure prominently into the picture’s finest moment, a fight scene in the Himalayas that employs wirework and stereoscopy to highly vertiginous effect. The visual grace of this sequence is no surprise coming from Chu, who demonstrated a real flair for staging in the two “Step Up” pics he directed. But as in those movies, sustaining a narrative or transcending a patchy script seem beyond his abilities.

One of the least savory aspects of the franchise is the unseemly pleasure it takes in the wholesale destruction of foreign cities, which goes hand-in-hand with its jingoistic portrait of American military might. Audiences who thrilled to the sight of Paris under biochemical attack in “Cobra” will be pleased to watch London endure an even more horrific fate here, although the sequence is tossed off in quick, almost ho-hum fashion, with no time to dwell on anything so exquisitely crass as the spectacle of the Eiffel Tower collapsing.

Meatheaded and derivative as it is, “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” is hardly the nadir, as hollow corporate products go; certainly it’s nowhere near as aggressively off-putting as the “Transformers” movies, the other action-figure adaptations in the Hasbro universe. The dialogue has improved markedly since the earlier outing, and the lensing and editing, while hardly models of coherence, just about manage to avoid excessive jumpiness. Andrew Menzies’ production design, with sets standing in for everything from a Tokyo skyscraper to a Nepalese monastery, proves resourceful within the confines of a largely New Orleans-shot production.

With the exceptions of the often mesmerizing Lee and the ever-reliable Johnson, the performances are merely serviceable.

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G.I. Joe: Retaliation

A Paramount release presented with MGM and Skydance Prods., in association with Hasbro, of a di Bonaventura Pictures production. Produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Brian Goldner. Executive producers, Stephen Sommers, Herbert W. Gains, Erik Howsam, Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Paul Schwake.

Directed by Jon M. Chu. Screenplay, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, based on Hasbro’s G.I. Joe characters. Camera (Deluxe color, Panavision widescreen, 3D), Stephen Windon; editors, Roger Barton, Jim May; music, Henry Jackman; production designer, Andrew Menzies; supervising art director, Tom Reta; art directors, Alan Hook, Scott Plauche, Sebastian Schroeder, Luke Freeborn; set decorator, Cynthia La Jeunesse; costume designer, Louise Mingenbach; sound, Pud Cusack; supervising sound editors/sound designers, Ethan Van der Ryn, John Marquis, Erik Aadahl; re-recording mixers, Scott Millan, Greg P. Russell; special effects coordinator, Mike Meinardus; visual effects supervisor, James Madigan; ILM visual effects supervisor, Bill George; visual effects and animation, Industrial Light & Magic; special visual effects and digital animation, Digital Domain; visual effects, Method Studios Vancouver, Luma Pictures; special makeup effects, Illusion Industries; stunt coordinator, Steven Ritzi; 3D conversion, Stereo D; assistant director, Phillip A. Patterson; second unit director, George Marshall Ruge; casting, Ronna Kress.

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Collected from-http://variety.com/2013/film/reviews/film-review-g-i-joe-retaliation-1200329541/