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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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Insiders insist that Harry Potter stars, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are all set to star in a naturist version of Stephen King's best selling novel, 'Misery'

In the nude.

Skoob Entertainment News can't verify this, because it was sourced by a Glaswegian debt collector and seconded by a self published psychic with an anal bleaching fixation.

Involving 'burglars'*

*£9.99 inc VAT from the website.

Which we can't reveal here because we have a reputation to uphold.

Anyway, Daniel and Emma said they'd consider taking the project on, providing it remained faithful to King's original novel, as portrayed so excellently by James Caan and Kathy Bates in their Oscar winning performance.

SEN supremo, Buffty Ginslinger, told us:

"We've exceeded the word count right now. The rest is all bollocks, and if it doesn't work out, then I'm willing to consider Daniel and Emma as bit part players - in a cameo way - in my biopic of grappling legend, Mick McManus, from New Cross Gate. Featuring Peter Andre as Jackie 'Mister TV ' Pallo and Jordan's tits in every other frame. That'll do for me dear boy!"

Great. Can't wait.

Skoob Entertainment News apologises unreservedly to readers for subjecting you to this crap.

But we'll never change.

Less of more as we get it (?)

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