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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MAY 15: Halle Berry and Carl F. Bucherer celebrate the premiere of "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum" on May 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Carl F. Bucherer )

It’s one thing when your house gets robbed. But what is someone tries to steal your WHOLE HOUSE? It happened to Halle Berry!

Man tries to steal Halle Berry's house with a phony deed

A man tried to steal Halle Berry 's Los Angeles home by creating a fake deed for the house - and even hired a locksmith to get inside, according to a report. Ronald Eugene Griffin, 59, was first spotted trespassing on Berry's property in January but bolted when the star's gardener approached him, TMZ reported, citing law enforcement sources.

Judith Krantz died. Odds are your mother or grandmother read her poolside in the summer of ’78 while drinking Tab and smoking a Virginia Slim. She combined sex, shopping and champagne and, in my estimation, the poet-laureate of summer:

Recklessly she flung herself out of her clouds of chiffon plumage only to appear in her resplendent flesh, lying totally naked on a pile of horse blankets, laughing softly as she watched Stash Valensky, momentarily bewildered and taken by surprise, struggle out of his dinner jacket. Soon, very soon, he was as naked as she. He savaged her abandoned flesh with an urgency, almost a cannibalism, he hadn’t known in years.”
Um, that The Bodyguard poster isn’t what you think it is!

Kevin Costner reveals secret about Whitney Houston and that iconic 'The Bodyguard' poster

CLOSE Kevin Costner is dropping a bombshell about that iconic movie poster for his 1992 film "The Bodyguard." In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor, 64, revealed the poster, which shows him holding a woman, was not actually his co-star Whitney Houston. "That wasn't even Whitney actually," Costner said.

And Toy Story 4 made bank this weekend. But not as much as people expected!

As 'Toy Story 4' Opens to $118 Million, Do We Need to Reset Theatrical Expectations?

The much-anticipated Pixar sequel fell short of Disney's conservative predictions of $140 million. This is a weekend of twin disappointments. First up: While " Toy Story 4 " handily crossed a $100 million three-day opening, at $118 million in sales it fell significantly short of Disney's (conservative) $140 million three-day estimate.