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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.
Miley looks wary as she covers her face with her shirt and arm when going out with her fiance Liam Hemsworth.
Producer Avi Lerner reveals that he's also been in talks with Harrison Ford and Wesley Snipes to have them starring in the third installment of the star-studded action film franchise.
'The record is pop. It's inspired by Robyn, the Cars, Madonna, and believe it or not, James Taylor,' so the 'Call Me Maybe' singer says of her upcoming studio installment.
Although he inserts a USC hashtag in his law school tweet, the former 'Dancing with the Stars' contestant may not enroll in the University of Southern California.
Eastwood is a stubborn baseball veteran who befriends Timberlake and is helped by Amy Adams when heading on a trip to Atlanta to scout a hotshot prospect.
Eastwood stars as an aging baseball scout, while Timberlake plays his young rival who slowly builds respect and becomes the best friend for the elderly scout.
Francesca Eastwood also thanks one of her followers who tweets, 'Dont worry abt all the haters who r crazy 4 materialism.'
Highlighting how the Eastwood clan is different to other celebrity families, the promo video for 'Mrs. Eastwood & Company' says, 'Some Hollywood families live for fame, this one lives to let live.'
Talking about how he will juggle college and career, the season 10 winner of 'American Idol' suggests that he's thinking about heading out on the road on the weekends.
The '4 AM' singer enters Billboard Hot 200 at No. 7 with her album 'The MF Life', and wins R 'n' B/Soul Recording at 2012 Juno Awards with her single 'Gone and Never Coming Back'.
Screenwriter Will Fetters admits that he uses the late Nirvana frontman as his approach in developing the male lead character, Norman Maine, in the upcoming drama.
Titled 'Mrs. Eastwood and Company', the show will follow the life of the 'J. Edgar' director's wife Dina, as well as his daughters Francesca and Morgan.