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Mark Wahlberg Graduates High School

Mark Wahlberg is now a high school graduate — 25 years after dropping out of a Boston high school.

The 42-year-old actor-producer finished his diploma requirements after taking classes online. He dropped out of Copley Square High School, now known as Snowden International School at Copley, in the 9th grade.

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Bieber Mania Descends on Singapore Grand Prix

Canadian pop idol Justin Bieber could upstage even the likes of Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton at this weekend's Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, organizers said Wednesday.

The 19-year-old, known worldwide for his army of loyal "Beliebers", is set to perform at the street circuit a day after Sunday's night race.

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Cop Accused for Remarks about Whitney Houston's Naked Body

A policeman lifted a sheet covering the just-dead body of singing legend Whitney Houston and made "inappropriate" comments including saying "Damn, she's still looking good, huh?" another officer claims.

Beverly Hills Detective Sergeant Terry Nutall had "no legitimate" reason for the action or remarks, made at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11 last year, after she had been found dead in a bath, said a legal document filed by the fellow cop, published Tuesday.

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Saudi Arabia to Compete for First Time at Oscars

Saudi Arabia, where cinemas are banned, is to compete for an Oscar for the first time next year with feminist film "Wadjda" directed by Haifaa al-Mansour, a Saudi official announced Sunday.

The movie tells of a young girl's quest to own a bicycle in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom where women are deprived of many rights, among them driving.

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Sandra Bullock Tells Vogue She Doesn't Look Back

It's been three years since Sandra Bullock split from her husband Jesse James but she has no desire to go backward and examine what happened, especially not publicly.

Days after Bullock won the Best Actress Oscar for "The Blind Side," tabloids reported James had cheated on her.

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McAfee: Collins Most 'Dangerous' Celeb Search

If you're curious about Lily Collins and head to the Internet to find out, beware — McAfee has ranked the actress as the most dangerous celeb to search for online.

Collins— who starred in movies such as "Mirror, Mirror" and "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" — posed the biggest risk of landing on a malicious site, according to the computer security company; last year Emma Watson topped the list.

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'Grand Theft Auto V' Hits Streets in Brash Debut

Unabashedly brutal "Grand Theft Auto V" hit the streets Tuesday in a sequel that promises to enthrall fans of the blockbuster videogame franchise.

Rockstar Games spent five years crafting the title and the time has paid off for gamers, according to a slew of reviews giving it top marks.

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Founder of Celebrity-Friendly Kabbalah Center Dies, Aged 86

The founder of the Los Angeles-based Kabbalah Center, whose celebrity devotees include Madonna and Demi Moore, has died aged 86, the center announced Monday.

Rabbi Philip Berg -- known as Rav to his followers -- had been ill since suffering a stroke in 2004, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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John Legend, Chrissy Teigen Wed in Italy

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are finally hitched! The Grammy-winning singer married the model in an intimate wedding at Villa Pizzo in Lake Como, Italy on Saturday, Sept. 14, his rep confirms to Us Weekly. A source tells Us the two decided on the specific location because "they first fell in love" there.

Mr. and Mrs. Legend were feted by family and friends, including Kanye West and Stevie Wonder. The "Isn't She Lovely" singer also performed with Legend as a special treat. Actress and model Brooklyn Decker was a bridesmaid and Biz Markie helped DJ the celebration. Teigen's other close friend and bridesmaid, sports journalist Erin Andrews, was unfortunately unable to take off work to attend.

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Movie Review: The Family (2013)

Written by Anthony Sargon

I really wanted to like "The Family". Seriously, the trailer was funny enough, and Robert De Niro as a gangster is rarely boring. Unfortunately, the best parts of "The Family" are in the trailer, and the movie's just not funny or memorable enough to confidently recommend.

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