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Fanning wears a fake baby bump on the Philadelphia set of her film with Richard Gere, while Bale sports scruffy beard in Spain to shoot Ridley Scott's biblical movie.
The 'Dark Knight' actor plays an ex-con who is entering the dangerous crime ring on a quest to find his younger brother.
At the same time, 'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston expresses interest in playing Lex Luthor in the 'Man of Steel' follow-up, saying, 'Give me a call.'
The sneak peek at the Abscam movie from David O. Russell also gives a look at Jennifer Lawrence and Jeremy Renner in their vintage looks.
The Abscam movie from director and writer David O. Russell also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro and Jeremy Renner.
Bale portrays Russell, who seeks revenge against the man responsible for his brother's disapperance, in the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced film.
The 'Dark Knight' male lead is looking forward to passing the torch to someone else and seeing how the iconic hero is depicted by the new actor.
The 'Heart Attack' singer shows off a new tattoo on her upper back that reads ' Now I'm A Warrior', which is a lyric from a song in her newly-released album.
Both actor and actress are among high-profile stars in Terrence Malick's upcoming drama, including Cate Blanchett and Antonio Banderas.
Jessie fulfills her promise to shave her hair off as part of her effort to raise fund for charity.
The 'Dark Knight Rises' star is reportedly in early talks to play Moses in the biblical drama to be directed by Ridley Scott.
There's also rumor suggesting that the movie assembling DC Comics' superheroes will be directed by 'Man of Steel' helmer Zack Snyder.
The 'Dark Knight Rises' actor is set to team up with such actors as Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner and Amy Adams in the untitled film, which was previously known as 'American Bullshit'.
Amid report that Jimmy Fallon is eyed to host next year's Oscars telecast, it is said that the former AMPAS President and the 'Saturday Night Live' veteran are approached to tackle the producing duty.
Coming from Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson, the new series follows the finest cop in 1864 who tries to find out what happened to his family while keeping the peace in Five Points.