The latest celebrity gossip from the Press Association’s showbiz reporters
HALLE BERRY has revealed that she will reprise her role in the X-Men sequel.
The Oscar-winning actress confirmed that she is “excited” to return as weather-changing mutant Storm in BRYAN SINGER’s Days Of Future Past.
“I’m in. I think I’m in,” she told Access Hollywood.
Director Bryan tweeted about the casting news: “Couldn’t be more excited that #HalleBerry has joined the cast of#XMen #DaysofFuturePast. Hopefully she can improve the weather in Montreal.”
Halle said: “I love Storm. That’s one of my favourite characters that I’ve played. And people love that character as well.”
OLIVIA WILDE wants JUSTIN BIEBER to put his shirt back on.
The Cowboys And Aliens actress took to Twitter to blast the teenager after he was snapped walking through London at night, totally topless despite the bitter weather.
She wrote: “Bieber, put your f****** shirt on.
“(Unless you lost all your shirts in a fire in which case my condolences and please purchase a new shirt.)”
Justin, 19, was photographed going for his late-night stroll in London last week, shortly after performing one of his Believe concerts in Birmingham.
JOSH DUHAMEL has revealed that he spoke to co-star JULIANNE HOUGH’s boyfriend RYAN SEACREST before filming any intimate scenes in his latest movie.
The former Transformers star decided to warn the American Idol presenter before he shared some steamy scenes opposite the Rock Of Ages actress in the big-screen adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s novel Safe Haven.
“I don’t know why I felt compelled to do that but I did. I’d known Ryan for a long time, and it was out of respect for one, because I’d known the guy and respect him and his relationship with her,” he said.
“I felt these movies are very intimate by nature and how I would feel if my girl was going to be in these very close scenes with somebody.
“And for whatever reason, I wanted him not to worry, because ‘I’m not trying with your girl, it’s all good, it’s just a movie’. Of course he already knew that. He didn’t need me to tell him that.”
MILA KUNIS has revealed she is going to be doing a lot of working out and training for the stunts in new sci-fi action film Jupiter Ascending.
The actress has had a bit of practice in wire training playing the wicked witch in her new movie Oz The Great And Powerful, where she flies around on a broomstick.
Mila said at a press conference for the film: “Jupiter Ascending requires a lot more wire training that this one did, but at least I know this one prepped me for it.”
She added: “Apparently I like it because I keep doing movies that require wires. So I guess I had a great time!
“The truth is it’s not hard. It’s really not hard to be wired and have somebody else be responsible for the wire work, and your life! Your only responsibility is to stay for 17 hours on those wires, so I do work out a little bit for that.”
Mila will play a woman who is targeted for assassination when the Queen of the Universe decides she is a threat to her rule, in LANA and ANDY WACHOWSKI’s new movie Jupiter Ascending, due out in 2014.
LADY GAGA has reportedly installed a fish tank filled with 27 koi carp in her home, to keep her entertained as she recovers from surgery.
The Born This Way singer, who had an operation to fix a tear on her right hip, has splashed out on the ornamental Japanese fish, which were shipped specially from Japan, reported The Sun.
The 26-year-old was forced to cancel some of her US tour dates last month after being diagnosed with synovitis - a chronic condition which causes joints to swell.
A source told the paper: “Gaga said she’d had a dream about the fish, so she had her team source some koi and set up a massive tank.”
BRIAN MCFADDEN has revealed that he would “love” to reunite with his Westlife bandmates.
The 32-year-old Irish singer left the boy band in 2004 when they were at the height of their fame, but now hopes that they can work together in the future.
“I’d love to do something with the boys again and probably one day we will. But if they get back together in five years to celebrate 20 years of getting together and they don’t invite me, then I will be p***** off,” he told The Sun.
Brian, who is now based in Australia and is releasing his new solo album The Irish Connection, insisted there are “no bad vibes” between him and the rest of the band, and admitted that he didn’t mind not being invited on the group’s Farewell tour last year.