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Actress Kate Beckinsale has responded to Len Wiseman's petition for divorce, six months after he filed papers. While Len insisted the pair are not seeking spousal support from each other, Kate's filing states that she is reserving the right to support from Len. The pair who married in 2004 had a pre-nuptial agreement and Kate has asked for all of her earnings, following the breakdown of their relationship, to remain hers. She is also seeking to keep her own jewels and other personal items. In court papers previously filed by Len in October, 11 months after they split, he cited irreconcilable differences. News of the pair's split surfaced in November 2015. Kate, 43, previously in a relationship with actor Michael Sheen, 48, for eight years until 2003. They have an 18-year- old daughter Lily together. (TOI)

Singer Joey Belladonna (L) and guitarist Scott Ian of Anthrax perform during the Las Rageous music festival at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Centre yesterday in Las Vegas, Nevada (AFP)

Lily Collins stars in Warren Beatty's new movie `Rules Don't Apply' and the actress says she was fascinated with the Hollywood legend on the set of the movie.

The 28-year-old starlet appears in the movie as aspiring actress Marla Mabrey and says she was enthralled to be in the presence of the famous actor and looked up to him.

"He's a mind full of information for everything to do with the business, politics, pop culture, family, there's never anything he can't talk about and I would

find myself fascinated on set watching (Warren) and asking questions," Collins says.

Beatty also stars in the movie as reclusive and eccentric businessman Howard Hughes. (TOI)

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Actor Zac Efron, who turns 30 in October, says he is looking to find the right girl to settle down with after seeing some of his friends in "great relationships".

Efron, who split from model Sami Miro last year, is now looking forward to get married soon, reports dailymail.co.uk.

"I didn't think much about settling down until recently. Now that I'm getting closer to my 30s, I'm around some great relationships and I've seen expert couples at work," Efron told Cosmopolitan magazine.

"I'm realising that you have to find your own happiness before you can make somebody else happy," he added. (IANS)


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