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The latest snippet gives an extended look at the comedic scene where Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is teaching Tatum how to play a military video game.
Tatum's John Cale springs into action to protect his child and the President from a heavily armed group of paramilitary invaders.
The upcoming superhero movie starring Hugh Jackman also delivers new posters and images which introduce Tao Okamoto, Svetlana Khodchenkova and Rila Fukushima.
In a follow-up to car chase scene from the previous promo, the 'Magic Mike' stripper is asked to get a firearm and grenades she claims hidden in her bra and pants.
The Baz Luhrmann-directed drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio will kick off the annual film festival May 15 in the south of France.
Wilson, who is set to host the upcoming prize-giving event, sits on Tatum's lap as she tries to get a good angle to take a shot at their enemy.
Contrary to swirling reports, Pitt will not star in the '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' remake, but it is now said that Tatum has become a potential candidate to lead the fantasy project.
Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas and Vinessa Shaw are among the other famous faces spotted on the red carpet event at the AMC Lincoln Square Theatre.
There is additionally a snippet that sees Mara insisting to talk for 'five minutes' with Jude Law, who's in the middle of enjoying his time with his wife.
Lorenzo di Bonaventura debunks previous rumors that 'G.I. Joe 2' was reshot to give more portion to Tatum, insisting, 'That is a complete rumor.'
The ex-wife of Ryan Reynolds said she is not thinking about getting married again, let alone having kids.
Gearing up to welcome the new year, Disney plans to make a new 'Star Wars' trilogy, while some celebrity figures namely Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian are ready to welcome their own child.
Scarjo, along with Christina Aguilera and Renee Olstead, gives a testimony against the convicted hacker before the sentencing.
Wizard Gargame is back with his crazy actions as he creates mischievous Vexy and Hackus and wreaks havoc in Paris.
The 'A Woman's Worth' hitmaker is being sued by songwriter Earl Shuman for copyright infringement over her hit 'Girl on Fire'.