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The 'Grey' helmer will direct and write the big screen adaptation of the graphic novel created by Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman.
The good-looking guys, Dez Duron of Team Xtina and Cody Belew of Team Cee-Lo, are the latest two acts to be eliminated from the NBC singing competition.
The two mentors stole the show as they gave a crowd-pleasing performance of 'Just a Fool' on the November 19 episode of 'The Voice'.
The Material Girl reportedly will let go of her apartment if a buyer is willing to pay her $23.5 million for it.
Sylvia Yacoub of Team Xtina and Bryan Keith of Team Adam Levine are voted off in the November 20 elimination show of the NBC singing competition.
One of the legendary British comedian's signature bowler hats and canes break record as the highest sale at auction house Bonhams in Los Angeles when they are sold for $62,500.
Other big names of music including Pitbull, Ke$ha and Carrie Underwood also went all-out for their performances during the three-hour Sunday, November 18 night ceremony.
Other big stars namely Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato and Carly Rae Jepsen will personally thank donors who participate in the telethon to benefit New Jersey relief efforts.
Christina Aguilera enlists the musical talents of Cee-Lo Green to give a lavish, jaw-dropping premiere for 'Make the World Move' during 'The Voice' elimination show.
Pitbull is set to heat up the dance floors as he gets power vocalist Christina Aguilera in the new sure-fire club anthem 'Feel This Moment' lifted off his new album 'Global Warming'.
The female judge of 'The Voice' gets ready to bust the chart once again with her new album 'Lotus' and has already made a good start by charting on Dance/Club Play Song playlist.
After releasing two singles off her upcoming album, 'Lotus', a third track unexpectedly lands on the web and creates more buzz for the much-awaited LP.
The new track is the second full song off Xtina's upcoming album 'Lotus', and has been dubbed the next 'Beautiful'.
The benefit concert, supported by Christina Aguilera and Bon Jovi among others, collected nearly $23 million in preliminary results.
The New York-born singer joins Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and other big names to visit the hardest hit areas of the storm during the NBC telethon held Friday, November 2.