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The 'Unforgiven' director reportedly will direct Bradley Cooper as he 'has gotten the nod to take over the directing assignment.'
The director of 'Hereafter' is photographed attending Tribeca Film Festival without his wedding band on after his marriage with wife Dina Eastwood is rumored being on the rocks.
The 'J. Edgar' helmer is reportedly in talks to direct a movie adaptation of the musical about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, a successful rock 'n' roll group of the 1960s.
The 'Dirty Harry' star joins fellow Republicans to sign petition to legalize same-sex marriage.
Alison Eastwood and the 'Chainsaw Gang' star have been secretly engaged for three years and have gotten Clint's consent to get married.
The female vocalist on 'Somebody That I Used to Know' invites fans to come into her head while showing off her bizarre dance moves.
Alfre Woodard's Ouiser seemingly has a bitter past and believes people are being nice to her only because of her money.
The two gray creatures which are also known as 'The Naughties' are featured striking a pose on a bridge in front of Eiffel tower.
Eastwood keeps it classy, Timberlake goes casual, while Amy Adams glams up at the special screening event taking place at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, California.
The 'Gran Torino' helmer is unfazed by the negative feedback he got after interviewing an empty seat in an attempt to criticize President Barack Obama at Republican National Convention.
The 'Desperate Housewives' takes a dig at the GOP supporter as saying, 'There is not one empty chair and if there was, Clint Eastwood would be talking about it.'
The 'Harold and Kumar' actor reminds people of the good things President Barack Obama has done, adding, 'Thank you, invisible man in the chair, for that.'
The sitting president said during one of his campaign rallies that the veteran actor is an even better director.
Mr. President taunts the director by tweeting that the 'seat' was taken, while the likes of Adam Levine, Roseanne Barr and Snoop Dogg share unfavorable comments.
The gritty trailer shows a complicated romance between orphan Pip and heartless heiress Estella in a version that stays true to the original Charles Dickens classic tale.