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2003-12-18 - Weird News
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London, England -- Dame Judi Dench is in a tizzy trying to prevent nude scenes she filmed in 1978 from seeing the light of day. British news sources report that the scenes appear in a film called "Langrishe, Go Down," and include a moment where someone smears Dench's boobs with whipped meringue.

LOS ANGELES -- First, the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" remake scared up millions. Now, Hollywood is digging up other 1970s films for remakes. Next on the docket is a remake of "The Amityville Horror."

LOS ANGELES -- Kelly Osbourne says hitting No. 1 on the U.K. charts with "Changes," her duet with dad Ozzy Osbourne, is "a great Christmas present." Still, that's not exactly what she wants from Santa this year. The younger Osbourne adds, "what I really want for Christmas is for my Dad to make a quick recovery" from his recent vehicle crash.

HOLLYWOOD -- Mena Suvari is reteaming with her "American Beauty" screenwriter Alan Ball by making an appearance on his HBO funeral home drama, "Six Feet Under." According to the "Hollywood Reporter, "the actress has signed on to play an art school colleague of Lauren Ambrose's character during a six episode stint.

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