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The trailer shows how Kingsley's character takes over the healthier body of Reynolds only to be dismayed when he finds out in the end how his new body has been acquired.
Kingsley will play the original architect of the famous bridge that links Brooklyn to Manhattan, while Larson will play the wife of the architect's son.
Keener struggles to recover from her psychic and physical wounds after being taken hostage and brutalized in Libya.
The Mandarin impersonator in 'Iron Man 3' is set to voice Mowgli's furry friend, the black panther Bagheera.
In a cool-looking commercial for the Jaguar car, Hiddleston can be seen enjoying a cup of tea in a helicopter while Strong is driving a white Jaguar F-type Coupe.
Scoot McNairy's character is seen setting up his camera to prepare a final interview with the infamous Mandarin impersonator.
Rumor has it, the real supervillain will show up setting the record straight after his name was used by Aldrich Killian in 'Iron Man 3' as a cover-up.
The 'Ender's Game' actor sparks rumor about Mandarin movie after revealing about reuniting with the crew from 'Iron Man 3' for a top secret project.
Kingsley laughs off the 'Star Wars Episode 7' casting rumor, while Ford says he's indeed in talks to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the 'Blade Runner' sequel.
'Transformers' actor John Turturro, along with Weaver who reteams with director Ridley Scott, has been on board the biblical pic, headlined by Christian Bale.
Landing on the bottom two last week, Glover bounces back and reclaims judges' nods as she wows them with her version of Bruno Mars' 'When I Was Your Man' on the May 1 show.
A report says that Jennifer and her fiance Justin Theroux put their wedding on hold to avoid association with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's nuptials.
With 'To Be Loved', the Canadian crooner widely conquers Fantasia's 'Side Effects of You' for the top spot in the albums chart.
The 'Iron Man 3' villain is photographed with a full-facial moko for his role of the half-Maori war hero in Gavin Hood's adaptation of Orson Scott Card's novel.
Recalling that all the crew members applauded the 'Hugo' actor's performance since the first day of filming, Feige gushes, 'That's what you get when you hire Sir Ben Kingsley.'