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November 13, 2013

George Clooney has Russell Crow issues

NEW YORK -- While he may be one of the most beloved stars in Hollywood -- George Clooney doesn’t always love all his fellow Hollywood actors.

In a recent interview with Esquire interview, the Oscar winner revealed that he had some issues with fellow A-listers Russell Crow and Leonardo Dicaprio. Apparently all of film’s leading men are not BFFs with each other.

In the candid interview, the 52-year-old actor/director/eternal heartthrob rehashed a feud that he had had with notoriously hot-headed actor Russell Crowe, in which the Aussie eventually apologized by sending him a book of poetry. Clooney admitted, “The truth is that [Russell Crowe] did send me a book of poems to apologize for insulting the s*** out of me, which he did.”

Richards says no to Sheen reality show

LOS ANGELES -- On Monday Denise Richards grabbed frozen yogurt with her daughters Sam and Lola after horseback riding, and when asked whether she’s going to participate in a reality show documenting the drama between Charlie Sheen, his ex-wife Brooke Mueller and the former couple’s twins, she gave a definite no.

Denise wrote a letter to the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services last week stating that she no longer felt capable of caring for 4-year-old Bob and Max, and Mueller’s brother Scott was granted temporary guardianship of the twins on Friday.

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