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Bale is seen in his Caped Crusader's attire while Hathaway is spotted in her skin-tight Catwoman suit while filming a scene with Gary Oldman in downtown Los Angeles.
As the Batman movie wraps filming later this fall, Bale may consider to join several projects including two remake movies, 'A Star Is Born' and 'Oldboy'.
Words are, Darren Aronofsky wants the 37-year-old thesp to portray the main role in his forthcoming film to help him gather the budget.
Jenny congratulated her estranged son via email and hopes he will contact her after not speaking for about three years.
Tabloid said the actor's marriage to Sibi Blazic was in hot water due to his hard-partying behavior throughout Oscars' current awards season.
After pleading guilty to misdemeanor drink driving and speeding charges, the rocker is sentenced to 15 days in jail, ordered to attend awareness lessons at a drink driving school and pay a $185 fine.
The singer/actress claims there is nothing to learn from making light-hearted movies, but she is interested to do a musical.
The late German producer will be honored with a screening of his 1996 drama 'A Girl Called Rosemarie' at the festival that will run February 10-20.
The actor who plays the lead role in 'The Fighter' is not included in the acting category but he's grateful enough with the other nominations.
Believing that being famous ruins someone's life, the actor will not allow his daughter to act professionally as a teen.
The 'Dark Knight' actor will portray a pious man 'who attempts to save a group of young women forced into prostitution by the Japanese Army' during World War Two.
Playing long-suffering lawyer in the CBS series, the 44-year-old took off the persona in a series of shoots featuring her as a sexy and seducing woman.
The album which features barefooted Avril Lavigne sitting on top of a piano on the cover will be released on March 8 and preceded by first single 'What the Hell' on December 31.
Saying that she was not the one who told on Demi Lovato, Alex Welch is still waiting for the Disney star to say 'sorry' to her.
Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale are joined by Micky Ward and Dick Eklund, whom they portray in the movie, at the special screening held in Los Angeles on December 6.