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2013-01-30 23:01:24

From Nadine Velazquez´s beyond belief full frontal in Flight to Sarah Silverman´s shower scene in Take this Waltz, Mr. Skin reveals Hollywood´s best of the bare in his 14th Annual Anatomy Awards. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 30, 2013 Mr. Skin of MrSkin.com--the world's #1 resource for celebrity nudity--has announced the nominees for Mr. Skin's 14th Annual Anatomy Awards. While the Academy Awards celebrate the previous year's outstanding achievements in areas such as acting and...

2006-01-10 23:39:46

By Etan Vlessing TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - The controversial American film "Karla," which stars Laura Prepon as one of Canada's most notorious killers, is set for a January 20 release north of the border, its distributor said Tuesday. The drama was supposed to make its world premiere last August on the opening night of the Montreal World Film Festival, but it was pulled from the lineup to calm anxious festival sponsors. Prepon ("That '70s Show") stars as Karla Homolka, and...

2005-08-04 04:05:06

By Norma Reveler and Etan Vlessing MONTREAL (Hollywood Reporter) - Bowing to pressure from anxious sponsors, the Montreal World Film Festival on Wednesday pulled a controversial Hollywood movie about an infamous Canadian schoolgirl killer from its upcoming lineup. "Karla," starring Laura Prepon ("That '70s Show") as Karla Homolka, Canada's most notorious serial killer, was scheduled to receive a special screening during the Aug. 26-Sept. 5 event. "In light of the reaction to its proposed...

2005-07-26 00:27:04

By Etan Vlessing TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - A movie based on Canada's most notorious female serial killer will receive its world premiere next month at the Montreal World Film Festival. Laura Prepon ("That '70s Show") stars in "Karla" as Karla Homolka, who teamed up in 1993 with her husband, Paul Bernardo, to torture and murder two schoolgirls in a case that gathered international attention because the attacks were recorded on video, which was shown in court. Homolka also helped...

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