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Scarlett Johansson Shares 'Best Way To Get Back In Shape' Post-Baby
Scarlett Johansson gave birth to her first daughter in September and she's sharing how she dropped her baby weight. The actress, 30, makes her first post-baby interview appearance on the upcoming Barbara Walters annual "10 Most Fascinating People of 2014" special, where she appears to have her superhero shape back. "[Breastfeeding is] the best way to get back in shape," the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" star, who married Romain Dauriac one month after giving birth to daughter Rose, explained.
A Minute With: Egyptian actor Amr Waked on making movies at home and abroad
By Maha El Dahan ABU DHABI - Egyptian actor and film-maker Amr Waked, equally at home in Cairo and Hollywood, says the time is ripe for a host of other Arab stars to make it big abroad. Waked, an established celebrity in Egypt, has also appeared in a string of global hits alongside George Clooney in "Syriana", Kristin Scott Thomas in "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" and Scarlett Johansson in this summer's sci-fi extravaganza "Lucy". His latest venture brings him back to Cairo where he plays a gangster taking on an organ trafficking ring in "El Ott" or "The Cat".
War reporter-turned movie maker turns camera on Egyptian slums
By Maha El Dahan ABU DHABI - After working as a war cameraman for 18 years, getting injured twice along the way, Egyptian journalist Ibrahim al Batout decided to get away from the real-life violence and make movies. The movie stars Egyptian actor Amr Waked -- who most recently appeared alongside Scarlett Johansson in Luc Besson's "Lucy" -- as a gangster searching for his kidnapped daughter, a quest that exposes the grimmest side of life in Cairo's slums. A recent study by the Egyptian government put the number of street children at 3 million while some non-governmental organizations say it is 4 million.