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The country-pop chart topper will welcome 2013 with a performance in front of an estimated 1 million-strong crowd in Times Square on Monday, December 31.
In one clip, Cooper is seen feeling overexcited for no apparent reason, while in another, he is featured getting so angry at 4 A.M. over an unhappy ending of a book he reads.
The 'Hangover' actor is nearing a deal to star opposite the 'Amazing Spider-Man' actress in Crowe's untitled drama, which is a rework of his long-gestating project 'Deep Tiki'.
The two allegedly met at a Los Angeles restaurant but he ignored her attempts to invite him for a drink.
Two men playing gun-wielding thugs are seen rehearsing a scene where they rush into a restaurant in which Joel Kinnaman's character is reportedly having a meal with a colleague.
Although Isabelle doesn't like Breadstix, she finds Kurt's resume and his 'rather bold clothing choices' impressive.
Gwen Stefani and her three bandmates hit the streets at night and party with Busy Signal and Major Lazer in the black-and-white clip.
The country which won the Best Foreign Language Film prize at this year's Academy Awards actually has picked 'A Cube of Sugar' for next year's Oscar consideration.
The Mother Monster credits her boyfriend for helping her embrace her body, adding, 'When I eat and am healthy and not so worried about my looks, I'm happy.'
Chris Harrison's previous hint, that the former 'The Bachelorette' contestant would be the one finding love through the show this January, is confirmed.
The celebrity couple, who reportedly split in March this year, went for a movie date in casual clothes.
Bradley is attracted to a weathered attache case when visiting an antique shop with Zoe, who later decides to buy the old briefcase for him.
An unlikely couple, Jennifer and Bradley slowly build a romantic relationship after both of them share the same mental illness problem.
The black-and-white poster features tuxedo-clad Daniel Craig striking a pose in the iconic gun-barrel scene of the 007 film franchise.
Also reacting to the Queen of Disco's death are Piers Morgan who calls her 'great lady, wonderful talent', and President Obama who says, 'The music industry has lost a legend far too soon.'