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Actor Aaron Eckhart is planning to leave the hectic Hollywood lifestyle behind and move to Paris, France.
The Dark Knight star has previously spent time in Europe and Australia before focusing on breaking into the movie industry.
But he admits he's yearning to get back to the French capital and is hoping to relocate in the near future.
In an interview on U.S. talk show Live with Regis & Kelly, he says, "I love Paris, I'm hoping to eventually move to Paris.
"I used to live in Paris, 20 years ago, well actually I lived in the South of France and ever since then I've always wanted to go back there and live so I think I'm going to do that."
Eckhart experienced the Parisien lifestyle on Saturday (12Mar11) when he celebrated his 43rd birthday in the city while on a promotional tour of Europe for his new movie, Battle: Los Angeles.


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