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The much-talked-about film adaptation of the E.L. James steamy book has hired Kelly Marcel to provide its screenplay.
Dishing that 'Thor: The Dark World' is designed to be more grounded, Chris says that the Asgardians in the sequel will be more 'relatable' and not like 'some distant race or god-like.'
Along with Josh Peck, Chris awakens to a horrifying morning where countless paratroopers are dropping from the sky and launching missile to his neighborhood.
The Steven Spielberg-directed sci-fier will also mark Tom Rothman's first producing job since he stepped down from his position as 20th Century Fox CEO.
Along with Jaimie Alexander, Hemsworth shoots a battle scene in Bourne Wood, England, where he is seen rocking a slightly altered God of Thunder armor.
The fiancee of Jay Cutler gushes that 'being a mom is the most incredible feeling' and thanks everyone for their congratulatory messages.
Hemsworth is pictured being surrounded by pretty ladies in one still, and getting ready to start his competition with David Bruhl in another.
Refusing to surrender to the North Korean troops that invade their hometown, Chris and Josh form a guerilla group to fight for freedom.
Along with some other young patriots, Chris and Josh band together to protect their hometown which is invaded by foreign paratroopers in one peaceful morning.
The preview that plays in front of the Batman film shows Jordana Spiro who juggles her day job at a hospital and an onslaught of mob-related demands.
The 'Video Games' singer commits suicide in her latest music video featuring Jaime King.
The actor, who plays the God of Thunder in 'Thor', may explore the fate of the human race after a robot uprising in his next big-screen project.
It shows Oscar-winning director Ron Howard filming various race scenes in Monaco Grand Prix, and Hemsworth discussing his lead character James Hunt.
The 'Thor' star reveals that his character in 'Snow White and the Huntsman' could possibly get a spin-off treatment if 'there's an audience for it and people wanna see it.'
After sharing her kidney transplant story to Seventeen magazine, the 'Modern Family' actress opens up to 'Good Morning America' about how she hid the pain of her disease while on the job.