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Estimated weight, in tons, of your typical brontosaurus. Which gives you an idea of just how big Scarlett Johansson's breasts must have looked to the actress as she recently drove past a billboard in Los Angeles advertising The Island. "I look up and see the biggest photo of me I have ever seen in my life on a massive ad space," she told the Daily Record in the U.K. "I screamed and slammed on the brakes. I couldn't believe it. It's very strange to see my cleavage the size of a brontosaurus. My breasts were huge. I had long hair, and my goodness, I couldn't get past the cleavage." The Island has been a flop in the U.K., but Johansson doesn't mind. "I get paid to make out with Ewan McGregor and roll around in bed all day," she said. "It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it."

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NHL games scheduled for opening night, Oct. 5, which will end up being the busiest night in the league's 88-year history. The league doesn't want fans to have to wait one extra day to see their teams, as it struggles to recover after the lockout. The NHL also has changed its logo: The old shield logo was black with the orange letters "NHL" slanting toward the lower right. The new one has silver instead of orange, and the letters slant toward the upper right—which is meant to "project a vibrant, optimistic image," according to the league.