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Although some major screenings would be free of charge, this Leonardo DiCaprio-starring film will require a hefty sum of money for seat reservation.
Although the film was recently pulled from Japan, the director of the movie has stated he will give away money from the DVD sales to help aid efforts in the country.
Warner Entertainment Japan official announces the 2010-released movie has been removed from Japan because several scenes are 'not appropriate' after recent disaster on the land.
With the 'Million Dollar Baby' helmer serving behind the lens, the project is said to be low cost but still high profile.
The actress turned helmer says she learned to be 'very economic' from Eastwood, while De Niro inspired her to be 'an actors' director'.
Getting her chance to meet her idol on 'Ellen DeGeneres Show', Pickler did not waste the short time by kissing the actor, sitting on his lap and clenching his hand.
Damon and director Clint Eastwood tag along their wives, while Bryce Dallas Howard hits the red carpet of the premiere on Sunday night alone.
The 'In the Line of Fire' star believes that Jolie will make a success when she steps behind the camera, saying 'She's a very intelligent gal. I know she'll do great.'
Starring Matt Damon, the thriller recounts three people's lives which have close encounters with death in the aftermath of tsunami.
'You jumped off the piano... I thought, 'Hey, this guy's going somewhere!',' the actor shares on how he becomes a fan of the British musician.
'The prospect of losing such a valuable resource is of great concern as we contemplate future projects,' the director/actor said in a letter for George Osbourne.
The list includes when he lost his virginity, how many prestigious awards he has pocketed and which movie is his highest-grossing project.
The actress reportedly wants Joseph Kibre, who once handled Eastwood's palimony case against ex-girlfriend, to be added to her legal team.
The helmer is said wanting to apply the same technology used in his Box Office movie 'Alice in Wonderland' to make a feature film based on the famous American family characters.
'Brokeback Mountain' stars, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Williams and Anne Hathaway, are tipped to become big winners at the Oscars in 2011.