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What Britney really wants to do is direct

Pop warbler has written a musical called ‘Hollywood.’ Also, Angelina Jolie prefers lovers to boyfriends.

Look out Richard Attenborough. You’ve got competition on the horizon: Britney Spears is planning to direct a movie.

The Mousketeer turned belly-baring warbler reveals on her Web site that she’s written a musical, “Hollywood,” which she also wants to direct. The movie “makes fun of the whole Hollywood scene” writes Spears, who makes this case for getting behind the camera: “When a woman directs, I think it just alters the entire feel of the movie, production or play in such a positive way.”

And in other news, Spears reveals that she just bought her new dog, Lucky, a new dresser and “baby chandelier” which will both be placed in Lucky’s room.

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NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 22: Actress Angelina Jolie attends a special screening of \"Alexander\" at Lincoln Center on November 22, 2004 in New York City. (Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Angelina JoliePeter Kramer / Getty Images North America

Angelina Jolie doesn’t have a boyfriend, and says she doesn’t want one. She has lovers.

“We meet in hotel rooms and the whole thing is very precise and organized,” the “Alexander” star told London’s Mail on Sunday. “As long as you have safe sex and you don’t confuse your family, I think it’s very healthy.”

Jolie also revealed that she and co-star Colin Farrell considered becoming romantically involved, but decided they were too much alike.  “Colin and I did become very close and the idea of dating one day was discussed,” she said. “He is a very interesting man and artist. But we also talked about how we're maybe too similar. At this point, we're just the greatest of friends.”

PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 - Actress Charlize Theron from South Africa arrives for the 76th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, February 29, 2004. REUTERS/Shaun BestShaun Best / X00027

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