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Mr. Schue fights against Finn on stage and wrestles him to the ground, while Sue threatens Blaine.
The District 4's charismatic victor Finnick Odair who is played by Sam Claflin is featured taking a seat in another photo.
'Oz: The Great and Powerful' director Sam Raimi and Franco's 'Freaks and Geeks' co-star Seth Rogen attend the ceremony to fete the 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' actor.
Disney has reportedly planned on making the sequel to the Sam Raimi-directed film by hiring Mitchell Kapner, who penned the first movie, to write the script.
The Toronto rapper drops the next single following his track 'Started from the Bottom' which was released last February.
King's eldest son found the 'Louisiana Hayride' original member unresponsive in his bed on Thursday morning, March 7.
Demi challenges Ashton's request that each party pays their own legal fees by asking for spousal support in their $290 million divorce battle.
The 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' actress is reportedly moving into the 'Two and a Half Men' actor's 9,000-square-foot mansion in Hollywood Hills.
Ashton, Mila, and friends spend hours challenging themselves in Go Kart race, before Ashton happily announces win against his actress-girlfriend.
The 12-year-old boy is charged with felony counts of making false bomb threats and computer intrusion on the day when Kutcher celebrates his 35th birthday.
The 'Tiny Furniture' actress is teaming up with her 'Girls' co-showrunner Jenni Konner to write a pilot based on upcoming memoir 'All Dressed Up With Everywhere to Go'.
Thanking Sundance Film Festival for their support of 'jOBS', Kutcher tweets a picture that mixes half of his and the late Apple co-founder's faces.
The former member of The Smiths is treated at the William Beaumont hospital in Michigan for 'a suspected bladder infection.'
The 'Two and a Half Men' actor says his fruitarian diet to get ready for his role in 'jOBS' sent him to hospital to be treated for pancreas problem.
Lena Dunham, a creator and lead star of the Golden Globe-winning comedy, says they will begin working on the third season in March.