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• Halle Berry's thriller The Call took the number two box office spot this weekend, with a $17.1 million debut. This marked the best opening weekend for Berry as a lead actress since her starring role in X-Men. The seasoned actress hopes that the box office isn't the only thing she can tackle successfully these days. She recently landed her own shoe line, which she designed with the comfort and style of the everyday woman in mind. Teaming up with German retailer Deichmann Shoes, the actress will call her line "5th Avenue By Halle Berry," and will debut it in the United Kingdom this fall. [Entertainment Weekly,Eurweb]
• Venus and Serena Williams have taken over the tennis courts and are now ready to team up as the stars of their own self-titled documentary, Venus and Serena. The tennis tycoons give an inside look into their everyday world in the 100-minute film, directed by Maiken Baird and Michelle Major. Documenting one of the most difficult times in their career, the 2011 and 2012 tennis seasons, the sisters let the world into their private and professional lives in the documentary, which is due to hit theaters May 10. [Clutchmagonline]
•In the latest episode of the The Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars, LaToya Jackson and Omarosa went blow for blow again, but this time LaToya decided to hit Omarosa where it hurts. In a fit of rage during a confessional interview, she accused Omarosa of pulling the plug on her late fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan. "Omarosa is the most evil person I have ever met. She's a no good, conniving, scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke." Uncalled for, LaToya! [E! Online]
•Beyonce is no stranger to being on top and now she's telling haters to bow down in her new single "Bow Down/ I Been On." Leaked on her website by the diva herself, the singer croons, "I took some time to live my life, but don't think I'm just his little wife." Take a listen now and let us know what you think.