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The 'Monarchy of Roses' performers will travel across the globe for their upcoming tour and kick it off in January 2012.
Despite the confession, the 'Bridesmaids' actress tells Anderson Cooper on his daytime talk show that she has so many other things to worry about beside her struggles with weight.
The restricted clip for the upcoming dramedy sees Reaser's Beth Slade being called a 'b***h' by Theron's Mavis Gary for spilling a drink on her white clothes.
Recalling her high school years, the 'Young Adult' actress confesses to wearing 'really nerdy glasses because I was blind as could be' and reveals she did 'crazy things' to be part of the in-crowd.
Aside from raving about her 'Snow White and the Huntsman' co-star, the former girlfriend of Stuart Townsend also opens up about being single for the first time in 17 years.
The 'Who Says' singer brings the joy and fun everywhere she goes, be it in a cornfield or in 'a very creepy neighborhood.'
The former Victoria's Secret Angel, who poses in a skin-hugging outfit for those who have served, encourages other Americans to join her in saluting those real life heroes.
Playing a teen literature writer who returns to her hometown to relieve her glory days, Charlize doesn't seem to remember the former high school friend she met at a bar.
The promo video focuses on Theron's Mavis Gary who returns to her hometown and attempts to rekindle romance with her high school sweetheart, who is already married to someone else.
Charlize Theron, in the meantime, gets mixed reactions for the wide-leg Roland Mouret pants she wears to the event held in London, England on Tuesday night, September 6.
Producer Palak Patel has confirmed that Noah Huntley is set to play King Magnus while Liberty Ross is attached to portray Snow White's mother.
The couple who only starts dating this summer reportedly ends it because one of them get too serious too early.
Taking a different route from both the classic story and Relativity's 'Snow White', Universal's 'Snow White and the Huntsman' is crafted as a war movie.
The actress who was seen giggling with the royal prince last month admitted that she admires the young man for his charity work.
'There's a baby-naming boom in my native South Africa. Parents giving their infants my name,' shares the Oscar-winning actress about how her fame impacted her home town.