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LiLo doesn't think it's fair that she was sent to jail after a series of troubles but the 'Easy A' actress 'has had NO punishment(s) so far' despite breaking laws numerous times.
Also spotted at the promotional event in New York are Kate Mara, Ari Graynor, Max Minghella, Rosario Dawson, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty and Jamie Linden among others.
Tatum reportedly tells a German site that he might replace Steven Soderbergh, who is taking a hiatus from filmmaking, to helm the sequel to the hit male stripper movie.
The 'Oblivion' actor 'sat down with a glass of water in the corner and just proudly watched his son for the rest of the night.'
Together with his girlfriend, Channing visits Chris' house to find that his high school mate has become a happy family man with his former cheerleader wife and two lovely kids.
The girlfriend of Kanye West says of her latest adventure, 'I had no idea what it was and it was scary! I was not good at all.'
Tatum meets his former crush, Chris Pratt shows that he's still the same bad boy, and Justin Long competes with Max Minghella to win the heart of Lynn Collins at a high school reunion.
The estranged husband of Katie Holmes wants to see his little girl as soon as he completes the 'Oblivion' filming in California.
The 'Joyful Noise' actress wants to 'bring a child home' after watching a movie, saying she's 'totally serious' with her plan.
'We want to flip the script and make it bigger,' so the husband of Jenna Dewan says of the follow-up movie, which concept is currently being developed.
Viacom is 'deeply disappointed' that DirecTV yanks off Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV and more on Tuesday just before midnight Eastern 'without giving Viacom advanced warning.'
Tatum is close to star as the iconic stunt performer in addition to co-producing the film along with the producers of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
The 'Magic Mike' actor and the late-night talk show host play girl pals who love One Direction and talk about anything 'ew' on the fake Teen Nick show.
When visiting David Letterman, the stripper-turned-actor greets the host and audience in the house in his best McConaughey Southern drawl.
Visiting the NBC morning show to promote their movie 'Magic Mike', Manganiello makes Curry blush with his raunchy act, while his co-star leads a flash mob to 'It's Raining Men'.