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5 things to watch for at the Venice Film Festival

Venice Film Festival director Alberto Barbera poses for photographers on the jetty of a hotel in Venice, Italy, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. The 71st edition of the festival opens on Wednesday, Aug. 27th and runs until Sept. 6. AP

It has Al Pacino and zombie girlfriends, Owen Wilson and Lars von Trier.

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Melissa McCarthy on wrestling Jason Statham, landing Rolling Stone cover

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SHE SHARES a scene with husband Ben Falcone, director of the film “Tammy.”

She gets to wrestle Jason Statham, throw ketchup at her husband, fellow actor and director Ben Falcone, and land on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s July issue. Not a bad time to be Melissa McCarthy these days. Not bad at all.

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Naomi Watts dissects Diana role

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“Everybody was doubtful—she’s not the right height, she doesn’t have the right nose, she’s not properly British,” Naomi Watts recalled in a recent interview, enumerating comments she read or heard when it was first announced that she would play the late Princess Diana. The actress had to ignore the catty remarks.

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Diana film gets premiere as star defends role

Juliet Stevenson and Naomi Watts arrive at the World Premiere of 'Diana', on Thursday Sept.5, 2013, in London. Photo by Jon Furniss Photography/Invision/AP Images

“Diana”, a biopic of the late princess of Wales who died in a Paris car crash, has its world premiere Thursday with its star Naomi Watts already defending her involvement in the controversial film.

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Truth is stranger than fiction

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WATTS AND HOLLAND. Refuse to get stuck in ponderous melodrama.

You’ll find yourself flinching at the sight of suffering depicted in the compelling true-to-life drama, “The Impossible.” Triggered by the third-strongest earthquake ever recorded (with a magnitude of 9.2), the December 2004 tsunami swept away coastal communities with waves of up to 98 feet high and killed more than 230,000 people in 14 countries!

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