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On the cover of the latest issue of Rosebud Magazine is a true Hollywood A-lister. Robert Downey Jr has been a big time movie star for over two decades now and in that time he’s had his share of foxy female co-stars from Molly Ringwald in The Pick-Up Artist to Gwyneth Paltow in Iron Man. We’ve rounded up some scenes of RJD with his hottest leading ladies. Check ‘em out, and don’t forget to pick up Rosebud Magazine to read our exclusive interview with the man himself.

One of the most influential people of the last two centuries died earlier today. On October 5, Steve Jobs—co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple—passed away after a long battle with cancer. Jobs oversaw the development of Mac products as well as such revolutionary devices as the iPod, iPad, and iPhone.

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Good news for fans of high-quality comedy: The cult TV series Arrested Development is coming back! Series creator Mitch Hurwitz made the official announcement over the weekend, and it looks like the Bluth family will finally return to the screen. The original series lasted only three seasons, but became a huge hit on DVD. Most fans and even some of the show’s stars blamed the Fox network for mishandling the show and causing the cancelation despite a strong following. Now, those people get some vindication.

Get out your guy-liner, butane lighter and acid-washed jeans because Axl Rose is back and embarking on a United States mini-tour beginning October 28th in Orlando, Fla. Guns N' Roses (or Axl's latest version of it anyway) announced that they will perform more than 30 concerts, wrapping it up on New Year’s Eve.

Scarlett Johansson is one of the hottest and most beautiful stars in Hollywood, and she is now the latest victim of celebrity hackers. Earlier today, nude self-portrait photos of the star of Iron Man 2 and Lost In Translation hit the internet, somehow stolen from her phone or computer by hackers. Now she is meeting with the FBI, who will try to close in on the culprits. Those responsible may well be the same that have hacked into the lives of other stars such as Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens, and Jessica Alba.

We hear a lot about celebrities doing their thing for the environment, and we here at Rosebud Magazine love sharing those kinds of stories with you. But it’s always nice when someone remembers that there’s a lighter side to ecology as well. Don Cheadle teamed up with the Funny Or Die folks to make a video using the nostalgia of cartoon superhero Captain Planet as a way to make a statement about… well, really just as an excuse to make us laugh.

The latest issue of Rosebud Magazine is one of the sexiest yet thanks to our cover girl, Rihanna. The pop singer is one of the most striking and compelling artists out there, and she’s a smoking bombshell to boot. She looks amazing in the glossy pages of Rosebud Magazine, where she also appears for an exclusive interview. And she looks just as good in her videos, the best of which we’ve collected here:

One of Hollywood’s biggest stars is also one of the environment’s loudest defenders, and Leonardo DiCaprio walks the walk. Leo has recently gotten behind the wheel of the $100,000 2012 Fisker Karma. This is one hybrid car that leaves the Toyota Prius in the dust when it comes to style and speed. Okay, it’s still no Ferrari, but that’s not the point.

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By now you have probably heard that the West Memphis Three have been set free from prison. The case of the West Memphis Three was one of the most outrageous miscarriages of justice in the US, and celebrities including Johnny Depp, Eddie Vedder, and Steve Earle lent their support to cry out on behalf of Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley, who were originally sentenced to death, in Echols’ case, or life in prison plus 40 years for Baldwin and Misskelley (for the definitive story of the west Memphis Three, check out the documentaries Paradise Lost and Paradise Lost 2). However, although this is good news, justice has still not been served, and the injustice of the West Memphis Three defendants having spent their adult lives in prison may never be addressed.

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The ongoing riots around London have literally set the UK on fire. What started as a peaceful protest against police violence has turned into a multi-day explosion of violence, looting, and chaos. Rioters have clashed with police, and at the time of this writing, the trouble shows no sign of abating. So what’s going on? Is this a dramatic demonstration of outrage at injustice or is it an excuse for some criminal fun?

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27. That’s just about the creepiest number there is for a troubled musician. This weekend, Amy Winehouse joined a shocking list of musical celebrities who died at age 27, including Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison of the Doors, Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, and Robert Johnson. The cause of Winehouse’s death is still unknown, but she was a publically demon-haunted figure who struggled desperately with drug addiction during her entire stay in the spotlight.

One of the world’s richest men is in hot water, as Rupert Murdoch continues to stand in defense of himself, his son, and his empire before authorities and the court of public opinion. As the story of News Corp and the fallout of the scandal continues to unravel, the peripheral characters are becoming more prominent, too– namely Murdoch’s son James Murdoch, Rupert’s wife Wendi Deng, and deceased journalist Sean Hoare.

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Youtube.com is the land of copyright infringements. Most people posting videos of their favorite scenes from The Office or Scarface never get in hot water. Ditto for those of you posting your favorite ‘80s hair metal videos or tracks from the new Beyoncé album. But one of the world’s biggest pop stars, Lady Gaga, has gotten a slap on the wrist for posting footage for herself on a Japanese TV show.

What the hell is wrong with the NHL? All this talk and controversy lately about fixing the rules of hockey and making them clearer to protect the players. It's the playoffs after all, and the NHL finds itself in the mainstream media's spotlight, with major injuries and concussions becoming more and more of a (logical and enlightened) focus. Its no wonder then, that we're left confused and angered at the lack of any call in Game 6 of the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins match-up, with the Stanley Cup itself on the line.

In Monday night’s Game 3 of the NHL Stanley Cup finals between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks, defenseman Aaron Rome laid a hit on Nathan Horton that left the Bruins’ forward unconscious on the ice. The hit was late, which warranted a penalty. Tuesday the judgment came down from the league that Rome would be suspended for four games, meaning he’s out for the duration of the playoffs. It’s an unprecedented ruling for that kind of hit. Is the NHL cracking down, or just inconsistent?

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