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With baby #2 on the way -- it's definitely puzzling that Kourtney and Scott haven't tied the knot yet. But the mom-to-be revealed the real reason they haven't walked down the aisle. Read on for more details. As much as Kourtney Kardashian says she loves Scott Disick -- she just can't muster up the courage to say "I do." The very pregnant Kourtney revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she in fact is a commitment-phobe which is why she can't marry Scott. "First of all, I have realized that I have major commitment problems during this pregnancy because I'm a really claustrophobic and all my issues, I have a lot of them, stem from like this thing. I can't commit to anything," Kourtney said on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. " I love Scott and he is my partner. We are committed to each other, we are together. We have a great relationship. »
- Nicole Karlis
With Disney giving Angelina Jolie's big fairy tale movie "Maleficent" a March 14, 2014 release date yesterday, will the actress have time to squeeze in another movie before cameras roll this summer? If so, it will be one of the hottest projects brewing.
According to Vulture, the actress is in talks for a small role in Ridley Scott's "The Counselor" which as you all know by now, boasts a script from none other than "The Road" and "No Country For Old Men" author Cormac McCarthy. Set mostly in the border country where Cormac McCarthy's stories often take place, the screenplay follows the titular character -- an attorney, whose name we never learn -- who is in search of a big payday after he proposes to his girlfriend, Laura. So he hooks up with Reiner, an acquaintance with deep criminal ties, for a new business proposition: they'll take $20 million worth »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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