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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Jonas Brother Involved in Photo Scandal

Joe Jonas of the 'Jonas Brothers' outside the Ed Sullivan Theater for 'The Late Show with David Letterman'.  New York City, USA - 02/12/09
Joe Jonas is at the center of a photo scandal in which he appears to mock Asians -- just one month after fellow teen singing sensation Miley Cyrus was forced to apologize for a similar prank.
The 19-year-old Jonas Brothers star, older brother to Cyrus' ex-boyfriend Nick, appears to pull his eyes with his pinky fingers as he strikes a similar pose to the Hannah Montana star in a picture that has leaked online, reports (click here to see the photo).

Cyrus, 16, is facing legal action from a group of Asian Pacific Islanders over her own photo controversy after images of the singer and a group of friends pulling the same pose appeared online last month.

She apologized for the photos but it was rejected by civil rights activists and they are now seeking damages for the offense.

A spokesperson for Jonas was not available for comment as WENN went to press.

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Zac Efron Bests Miley Cyrus at the Box Office

Story photo: Zac Efron Bests Miley Cyrus at the Box OfficeZac Efron arrives at the L.A. premiere of "17 Again," April 14, 2009.Us Magazine

It sure pays to be a Disney alum at the box office!
Zac Efron 's first post-High School Musical release, 17 Again, took in an estimated $24.1 million in its opening weekend, according to early Variety reports.

Look back at Zac in High School Musical 3: Senior Year!

The New Line do-over comedy features Efron as high school senior Mike O'Donnell, who gives up a promising athletic career to accept the responsibility of teen parenthood when his girlfriend becomes pregnant. Twenty years later, O'Donnell (played as an adult by Matthew Perry ), returns to high school to relive his glory days.

How well do you know these teen stars?

Russell Crowe 's thriller State of Play opened at No. 2 this weekend, grossing an estimated $14.1 million, while Crank: High Voltage earned $6.5 million.

Rounding out the top five films were Paramount's animated Monsters vs. Aliens, Disney's Hannah Montana: The Movie -- which has brokered an impressive $56.1 million after 10 days in theaters -- and the fourth installment in the Fast and Furious film franchise.
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