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The snippet features a scene where Linda Lovelace's husband and his two friends discuss a plan to make a 35mm movie, which will later be known as 'Deep Throat'.
Lily Collins, Isla Fisher, Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Hudson are all coming to the extended celebration hosted by Vanity Fair.
The 'Les Miserables' beauty is in negotiations to join Charlize Theron in MacFarlane's next directorial project 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'.
Gushing that his recruitment is like a dream comes true, the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' filmmaker says, 'I may be even more grateful to George Lucas now than I was as a kid.'
Seyfried, Lawrence and Kidman dazzle in blue, Nina Dobrev and Lea Michele look fresh in pink, and Jessica Chastain goes daring in red.
After creator and lead actress Lena Dunham spilled the beans, the cable channel officially announces the comedy series third-season pickup.
'There's a time and a place to be naked,' the Linda Lovelace depicter explains why it was not that hard for her to shoot some steamy scenes for the movie.
Donning a sexy monokini, Seyfried plays Linda Lovelace as she does a photo shoot with a photographer that makes her 'feel beautiful.'
Keys lands atop of the Billboard 200 chart for the fifth time in her career while Rihanna slips below the top 5 this week.
Hathaway bares her sexy back in a pastel-colored mermaid gown, while Seyfried glams up in an asymmetric black dress for the special screening event in London.
Hathaway goes glam in an all-black ensemble, Seyfried gets stylish in a floral mini dress, while Hugh Jackman looks sleek in a button-down shirt and tailored suit.
Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Ben Affleck and Susan Sarandon are also spotted coming to the Beverly Hilton Hotel where the event takes place.
Instead of planning to bring back Damion Poitier, who played the Mad Titan in 'Avengers', Feige says, 'I think we feel pretty free to recast...depending on what role requires from future movies.'
Sarah Jessica Parker makes her debut as an eccentric editor of Vogue.com, Rachel has a small accident in kitchen, and Brittany challenges Blaine and Sam to a debate.
Uncovering plenty new touching scenes, the promo focuses on how Tom Hooper makes all the cast members perform live for the musical film instead of relying on post-production recordings.