James Franco and Ashley Benson fall asleep in Skyfall, Anne Hathaway signs on to a new film and Snooki posts belated Halloween family photos: See what Us Weekly's preferred partners are buzzing about in this Monday's roundup!
Adorable family photo! Snooki, fiance Jionni Lavalle and son Lorenzo, 2 months, dress up as superheroes for Halloween. (toofab)
James Franco and pal Ashley Benson (Franco has denied any romance) reportedly fell asleep during a midnight screening of Skyfall! (Zap2It)
Watch an exclusive deleted scene of Blake Lively and Salma Hayek in Savages. (ET Online)
Kristen Stewart, Jessica Alba, Keira Knightley and more: Take a look back at this week's best dressed stars. (Fashionista)
Check out eight things you may not know about actress Jennifer Lawrence. Spoiler: She dances like "a dad at a prom." (Vulture)
Cute baby alert! Hilary Duff goes grocery shopping with son Luca, 8 months. (PopSugar)
Justin Bieber needs somebody to love after Selena Gomez split. Who should he date next? (The Daily Beast)
Anne Hathaway has confirmed she will play the female lead in the upcoming sci-fi film Robopocalypse. (Just Jared)
Cheat sheet! Catch up on the first four Twilight films before The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 premiere on Nov. 16. (The Stir)
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: PICTURE: Snooki Shares Family Photo of Baby Lorenzo's Superman Halloween Costume
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