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www.wmfd.com - The woman accused of stalking Alec Baldwin was apparently not interested in sitting quietly in court and Jennifer Lawrence talks body image and Hollywood as Dave Stewart explains in your Hollywood Minute. }}" />

   
 
 
Hollywood Minute Says Jennifer Lawrence Talks Body Image

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  Original Published: 11/14/2013 The woman accused of stalking Alec Baldwin was apparently not interested in sitting quietly in court. An iconic piece of daytime television is apparently going away. And Jennifer Lawrence talks body image and Hollywood. Dave Stewart has more in your Hollywood Minute. Actor Alec Baldwin took the stand in his accused stalker's trial in New York. A Canadian woman faces 23 counts of harassment and one count of stalking. According to multiple reports, Baldwin became emotional when talking about how the defendant allegedly showed up at his home the same day he proposed to his now wife. He denied they were ever lovers. The woman, Geneieve Sabourin, shown here earlier this year, loudly interrupted court proceedings more than once, by screaming at Baldwin, that he was a liar. Daytime soap opera "All My Children's" run on the Internet has apparently turned out to be short-lived. Actress Debbi Morgan, who plays Dr. Angie Hubbard, confirmed online the iconic drama would not return for a second season on the Internet. Between decades on ABC and the one season online, "All My Children" ran for 43 years. And, Jennifer Lawrence is speaking out about body image and Hollywood. Lawrence is the star of the eagerly anticipated second big-screen installment of the Hunger Games series, Catching Fire. In an interview with the BBC, Lawrence said she didn't want her character's onscreen figure to be too thin, to promote a realistic image for young fans. To drive home her point, she said, "Kate Moss running at you with like a bow and arrow wouldn't really be scary."
   
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