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Someone Get Schwarzenegger on the Horn: Nick Stahl Is Missing

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What was the plot of Terminator 3 again? A mild-mannered human resources guy finds out the company's been taken over by a conglomerate and his new duties are to team up with two other HR peeps and let go of 99% of the staff? Something like that. Anyway, Nick Stahl, who played John Connor in Terminator 3, is nowhere to be found. His wife filed a missing person's report on Monday, saying the last time she'd seen the actor was May 9. According to sources, Stahl may have fallen in with a druggy, dangerous Skid Row crowd. Hopefully this story doesn't have a tragic ending. (Related: Has anyone seen Edward Furlong lately? Any chance he and Stahl are together?) [TMZ]


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It's difficult enough for most non-specials to maintain a healthy level of self-esteem, so imagine how much harder it is for Khloé Kardashian — who is publicly labelled as fat and ugly on a near daily basis, and has been so most of her life. "I was called fat all the time. I've always been compared to my sisters, who are beautiful and who have always been," she says of growing up. "I feel like I was so attacked. I had to wear braces, I was overweight as a kid, just for no reason." Things didn't get better when she found fame as an adult, when she was named the ugliest, fattest Kardashian by tabloids, interweb trolls and her ghoul of a mother, Kris Jenner. "I'm called the fat sister... I'm called the ugliest Kardashian," she said, adding that she's learnt to overcome it and realizes she's actually hot shit. "I'm proud of myself. I could break and go get all this plastic surgery and get my nose fixed and get lipo or do whatever, but I haven't chosen to do that because I know I'm a great person. I'm pretty damn hot, if you ask me." Agreed, plus she's the only likeable Kardashian – which is a pretty major feat. [E!]

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Obligatory press rounds for Snow White And The Huntsman combined with the fact she's a new mom means Charlize Theron is giving some good quote lately. Like yesterday when she admitted she had no teeth until she was 11 because they had rotted. "My early childhood was quite devastating. I had no teeth until I was 11. I had these fangs because I had jaundice when I was a kid and I was put on so many antibiotics that my teeth rotted. They had to cut them out," she said. "So I never had milk teeth. That was tough, you know, being in school having photos taken while I was pretending I had teeth. It was hideous." [The Sun]

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In a decidedly cute and old timey move, Maggie Gyllenhaal sent a note to apologize for her absence from the premiere of her new movie, Hysteria, because she just had another kid. Sadly, she missed out on the free vibrators going around at the party. "They gave vibrators to every guest," said an attendee. "Including Angela Lansbury, who claimed it was her first." Which is surprising because she's always seemed like a bit of a saucy minx. [Page Six]

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Landing a high-profile TV gig is a major score for any young actress, but it can also lead to decades-long sexual stereotyping. Just ask Jessica Alba, who says that her stint on Dark Angel had some unintended consequences. "I had a show that premiered when I was 19. And right away, everyone formed a strong opinion about me because of the way I was marketed," she said. "I was supposed to be sexy, this tough action girl. ... I felt like I was being objectified, and it made me uncomfortable. I wanted to be chic and elegant! Now that I'm older, I've learned how to own it, but I'm still not very overt." [Marie Claire]

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Listening to debate about your dick might be challenging for any man, but Michael Fassbender says it comes with the territory. "It's fun to a point, and after a certain point you worry that it kind of detracts from the movie. But there's nothing I can do. I just have to laugh it off," he said."I take my work seriously but I can't take myself too seriously. I'm in such a crazy privileged position - shit, this is the pinnacle of the dream when I was 17... Nobody wants to hear really how difficult it is." [NYDN]

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That quote from Jessica Alba is kind of grating to me - though it had a loyal following, Dark Angel was not some mega-hit, and was probably the only good or memorable thing she's ever done. If she went and did indies or better movies, I'd see her point, but I don't see how it would have objectified her any more than all the crappy romcom/bro movies she's done since.