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Topic - Flynn
The marriage of actor Orlando Bloom and model Miranda Kerr has ended — even as Bloom tackles one of the most romantic roles in history, Romeo.
He's not a Musketeer, but Orlando Bloom is certainly part of a famous trio.
He's been a pirate and an elf prince, but now Orlando Bloom is stepping away from the swords and leaving the swashbuckling to others in "The Three Musketeers in 3D."
Jim Boeheim certainly hasn't forgotten that magical game at Madison Square Garden two years ago. Neither have Kris Joseph, Rick Jackson and the rest of the Syracuse players who were on the floor that night.
Bloom is married to Miranda Kerr, has an 8-month-old son Flynn and claims his family is bit like the three Musketeers, whose motto is "one for all and all for one."