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At the same time, Walt Disney Pictures reveals it expects to lose between $160 million and $190 million from the disappointing performance of the movie.
The 'Lone Ranger' actor says, 'I'm not actually a big fan of superhero films,' in response to rumor suggesting he will replace Christian Bale in the crossover movie.
Despite no official contract yet, the Tonto depicter in the Gore Verbinski says that he is 'ready to go in a second' if Disney already gives it a go.
While director/writer Edgar Wright denies reports he has secretly offered Hammer Ant-Man role, Diesel reveals that Marvel wants to meet him.
According to Hammer, his former girlfriend tried to stab him because 'true love leaves scars' and he didn't have any.
The video for Disney's upcoming film from Gore Verbinski sees Hammer standing 2,000 feet off the ground on Spirit Platform, relying solely on a harness attached to him.
The new promo video for the Johnny Depp-starring film also shares glimpses of new action scenes featuring both Hammer and Depp.
Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's condition has forced the band to cancel more performance dates, but it's not all bad as their 'Tre!' launch moves up a month earlier.
The son of comedian Freddie Norman and the writer of 'My Name Is Earl' was found dead on Friday, October 26 at the age of 51.
The 'Legally Blonde' actress shows off her toned post-baby figure when making her first red carpet appearance at the Rag and Bone event.
The Ed Sheeran-penned track is a sweet ballad, which will not fail to please the British boyband's loyal fans.
'There's a little of The Dark Knight in him,' Hammer says of his titular character, whom he claims to be much more 'badass' than the original 1950s version.
Rumor has it, Hammer is back to the top of Warner Bros. Pictures' wishlist after the studio sees him as a hot commodity following his performances in some recent hit films.
Depp is caught on video tape filming a scene where he's about to fall off the train before Hammer appears and pulls him from behind.
Producer Nina Jacobson says that Hammer and Hedlund's casting rumor for 'The Hunger Games' sequel is 'so not true', insisting, 'We've not narrowed things down by any means.'