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Entertainment News Pop: Brad Pitt Stars in World War Z

by Wochit 0:48 mins

Entertainment News Pop: Brad Pitt Stars in World War Z

by Wochit 0:48 mins

Brad Pitt's highly anticipated action movie World War Z is about to hit theaters. In the film, Pitt hides out with his wife and two daughters, runs from zombies and plots how to save the world from ending altogether Actress Adrienne Bailon has a new project on her hands?or nails, to be exact. The actress has launched a line of vegan nail polish called Fingertip Fetish. Brandon Holley is leaving Lucky magazine after two and a half years at the helm and will be succeeded by Eva Chen. Chen becomes only Lucky's third ever editor in chief since its launch in 2000.

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