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After debuting 'Kung Fu Panda' at the festival in 2008, DreamWorks Animation has planned to introduce 'Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted' at the prestigious event that will take place this May.
Benefiting artists whose online fame has yet to translate into airplay, the newly-improved chart still sees last week's champ holding the top spot firmly on its inaugural week.
A representative for LiLo also speaks out against the allegations by stressing in a released statement, 'At no point was there ever any indication that her car hit anyone or anything.'
The 'Hunger Games' director remains tight-lipped about who he has in mind to play the flamboyant figure as stating, 'I made the terrible mistake of saying that to the press.'
Scoring his tenth No. 1 album, the Boss ties Elvin Presley as an artist with the third-most chart-topping albums in history.
The 'Rumour Has It' singer is close to tie the record held by Prince, who scored 24th week on the chart with the 'Purple Rain' soundtrack.
In the all-time list which compiles songs from every music act, the single is the second-best seller after Black Eyed Peas' 'I Gotta Feeling'.
The singer, who claims her fame through single 'Chasing Pavements', reportedly has talked about doing something together with Michael.
The 'Rumour Has It' singer continues to extend her long reign on the U.S. album chart by moving 297,000 copies of '21'.
The 'Chasing Pavement' hitmaker reportedly has also turned down 'The X Factor', and plots to perform on 'The Voice' instead.
The 2012 BRITs' Best British Female breaks the record previously held by Norah Jonas with 'Come Away With Me'.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' singer hit major milestones including becoming a female artist with the longest No.1 domination on Billboard Hot 200.
The 2012 BRITs Best British Female winner delivers a sublime performance when singing the ballad epic in front of the crowd flooding the O2 Arena.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker herself explains that she was giving her middle finger to 'the suits at the Brit Awards' for offending her, and stresses the rude gesture was not aimed at her fans.
The singer, who won two awards, gives middle finger salute when she was cut short when delivering her Best British Album acceptance speech.