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The new Batman depicter stars as an online gambling tycoon who seduces the 'Inside Llewyn Davis' actor with his promise of immense wealth.
As his commitment to his new starring gig, the 'Argo' actor decides to exit Stephen King's 'The Stand', which he was set to direct.
The 'Argo' actor replaces Christian Bale and will make his appearance as the caped crusader in the Superman-Batman movie.
The 'Argo' actor reportedly had a meeting with the 'Mean Girls' actress to give her guidance on how to stay sober post-rehab.
The 'Mean Girls' actress is reportedly 'close to signing on' to star in the adaptation of Dennis Lehane's novel.
Affleck enters negotiations to headline the project, which reportedly considers Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt as his potential co-star.
A photographer claims that two of Bieber's bodyguards try to take his camera's memory card and choke him.
Timberlake portrays a broke Princeton student, who ends up being a protege of Affleck's villainous Ivan Block, in the upcoming crime drama co-produced by Leonardo DiCaprio.
The actor and director of Oscar-winning film, 'Argo', is honored with a Doctor of Fine Arts for his work as a director, actor, writer, and producer.
The two make some references to Affleck's film 'Argo' in the promo video, including when Hader can't recognize which one is fake and which one is real in the Oscar-winning movie.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress will return to 'Saturday Night Live' as a host on May 11, while the 'Argo' actor will host the show's season 38 finale with West as a musical guest.
The 'Argo' actor and director will receive honorary doctorate in fine arts from Brown University along with five other figures, including novelist Junot Diaz.
The 'Pain and Gain' director claims that he was misquoted by Miami Herald, who reported on April 20 that he apologized for the quality of the Ben Affleck-starring film.
The 'Argo' star voluntarily joins Global Poverty Project's 'Live Below the Line' campaign by living under $1.50 budget a day to raise funds for people living in extreme poverty.
Celebrities like Bieber, Affleck and DeGeneres send their prayers, while the likes of William Shatner condemn the incident and Emmy Rossum urges people to donate blood.