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June 19, 2013

Justin Bieber injures photographer in alleged hit-and-run

Pitt brings new movie to New York

NEW YORK — Brad Pitt attended the New York City premiere of World War Z on Monday night, and the 49-year-old actor showed off his long blonde locks as he posed for photos on the red carpet.

Pitt signed autographs for fans in Times Square, and he chatted with reporters about his family life. “It’s just spending time with the people I value,” he said when asked how he relates to his character in the zombie film. “I like calling shots on the fly and having faith in myself to make the right decisions. Wisdom comes with age. I like it!”

Bieber involved in alleged hit-and-run

LOS ANGELES — Justin Bieber was at the Laugh Factory on Sunset Blvd late Monday night, and when the 19-year-old pop superstar was ready to leave, a member of his entourage took Bieber’s white Ferrari around the block and swooped him up. Bieber, who was wearing a pair of sunglasses, crawled in through the passenger seat, and when his bodyguard hopped out, Biebs got in the driver’s seat and his pal Lil Twist sat down in the passenger seat.

Several photographers were shooting pictures outside the car, but Bieber didn’t give himself enough space when he tried to speed off, and he ended up pinning and crushing one photographer’s leg between his Ferrari and a silver Audi that was parked on Sunset. Bieber fled the scene before cops or paramedics arrived.

Jay-Z announces ‘Holy Grail’ release

SAN ANTONIO — Jay-Z’s 12th studio album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, will be released on July 4.

The rapper announced the news during game 5 of the NBA Finals via a lengthy Samsung commercial. In the TV spot, Jay-Z is shown recording new tunes with Rick Rubin, Pharrell Williams and Timbaland.

“We don’t have any rules, everybody is trying to figure it out,” Beyonce’s hubby says. “That’s why the internet is like the Wild West. The Wild Wild West. We need to write the new rules.”

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