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Kim Kardashian starred in the 2008 film spoof Disaster Movie as Lisa.

Cher Lloyd is a huge fan of Ed Sheeran, and even has his phone number.

Steven Spielberg completed his degree course 33 years after dropping out by submitting Schindler's List as his final project.


Top 10 Celebrity Roasts (Quickie)

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Arnold Schwarzenegger was paid approximately $21,429 for every one of the 700 words he said in, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Scarlett Johansson voiced Mandy in the Spongebob Movie.

The Movie "Paranormal Activity" cost less than $15 000 to make but grossed over $193 000 000.

Tiger Woods is a Buddhist.

Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn failed his driving test eight times.

Disney planned to produce a wine to market the release of Ratatouille. The California Wine Institute warned them not to advertise alcohol with cartoon characters, and the plan was scrapped.

Walt Disney received one regular Oscar statue and seven smaller statues when Snow White and the Seven Dwarves won an honorary Academy Award.

The original raw footage of Apocalypse Now consisted of 1,250,000 feet of film which is over 230 hours’ worth.

As a child, Johnny Depp was allergic to chocolate.

George Lucas' dog was named Indiana.

World speed reading champion Anne Jones read all 607 pages of the last Harry Potter book in just 47 minutes.

The childish snickering during The Usual Suspects iconic line-up was genuine, caused by Benicio Del Toro’s persistent flatulence.

David Beckham is a very close friend of actor Tom Cruise.

The name of the band isn't mentioned once in The Beatles' first feature, A Hard Day's Night.

In the Stephen King novella for The Shawshank Redemption, Morgan Freeman's Red is described as a white Irishman. The script sees Red sarcastically quip, “Maybe it's cause I'm Irish” as a nod to the change.

While Casino clocks up a breathtaking 398 uses of the word 'fuck' - and Nil By Mouth and Summer of Sam chuck over 400 F-bombs - a 2005 documentary takes the top spot. The name of the documentary? Fuck.

"Gone with the Wind" is the highest grossing movie of all time when adjusted for inflation.

Bill Murray as Batman? Almost. Until Tim Burton came on board Murray was top of the list. Perhaps when the inevitable re-reboot transpires Bill will get another shot.


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