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  1. 'The Hobbit': Orlando Bloom Says Goodbye to Legolas With Viral Video

    4:35 pm 6/29/2013

    The actor sings along to the 2007 online sensation “They Are Taking the Hobbits to Isengard.”Read more

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  2. Justin Guarini Joins Broadway's 'Romeo and Juliet'

    2:27 pm 6/27/2013

    The "American Idol" alumnus will test his Shakespearean chops in the upcoming production starring Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad.Read more

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  3. Matthew McConaughey, Tupac and Katy Perry Among 2014 Walk of Fame Honorees

    4:37 pm 6/21/2013

    Liam Neeson, Tom Sherak, Kaley Cuoco, Claire Danes, Don Mischer, Orlando Bloom, Sally Field and Rick Springfield will also be awarded stars.Read more

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  4. Zulu: Cannes Review

    4:55 pm 5/25/2013

    French director Jerome Salle's film stars Orlando Bloom and Forest Whitaker as honest, first-rate detectives in South Africa's Capetown.Read more

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  5. Tattoo Artist Scott Campbell on His New Exhibit and Visiting a Mexican Prison

    10:38 am 5/24/2013

    "She has to go off and make movies where she makes out with Eric Twinklebutt. I’m just going to hang out with prisoners," says the tattoo artist of his fiance, actress Lake Bell. "If anybody should have a problem, it’s me."Read more

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  6. Cannes Veterans Soderbergh, Polanski, Payne, Coen Brothers Part of Festival Competition Lineup

    10:07 am 4/17/2013

    UPDATED: Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi is the only female director in the Competition program unveiled by president Gilles Jacob and artistic director Thierry Fremaux.Read more

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  7. Cannes: Forest Whitaker, Orlando Bloom Thriller 'Zulu' to Close Festival

    7:38 am 4/12/2013

    Jerome Salle’s film following two cops investigating a crime during the days of apartheid will premiere May 26.Read more

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  8. Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad to Play 'Romeo and Juliet' on Broadway

    9:15 am 4/1/2013

    David Leveaux will direct the production, marking the first time Shakespeare's tragedy of star-crossed lovers has been seen on Broadway in 36 years.Read more

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