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The likes of Colin Firth and Gary Oldman bring along their wives to the red carpet event held at the Palazzo del Cinema, while Svetlana Khodchenkova is the only female star on hand.
Posing under the sun's glare for the cover art, Demi Lovato is going to release the new single for digital download on July 14.
The 'Harry Potter' star, who claims he developed a taste for whisky and partying at 18, admits he was lucky that paparazzi failed to capture his drink-fueled excess.
Rumor has it, the 'Lost in Translation' actress is a top choice to play the leading lady, while the 'King's Speech' actor will take over Michael Fassbender's role of Aiden.
The trailer gives a preview at how John le Carre's 1970s menacing espionage story is brought into the big screen by director Tomas Alfredson.
The actor playing King George VI in 'The King's Speech' will be named a Commander of the British Empire in Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Honors List published Saturday, June 11.
The 'All of the Lights' rapper is snapped making out with the unidentified woman while perching on the balcony of his hotel during his trip to France for the film festival.
Additionally, a press release for the comedy film reveals that Stanley Tucci and Cloris Leachman have been tapped to play in the movie.
After winning Best Actor title at 2011 Oscars, the star of 'The King's Speech' is reported to be in talks to star in Harold Pinter's 'Betrayal'.
Firth will portray a vampire character in the new movie together with 'Moulin Rouge!' star Nicole Kidman and 'Alice in Wonderland' beauty Mia Wasikowska.
Promising DeGeneres that he will be back to her show if he wins the award, First drops by her office during her morning meeting.
The Best Actor winner came to the event in a Tom Ford suit made of ethical materials while his wife recycled from old dresses for her outfit.
He agreed to do the only first TV interview after his Chuck Lorre rant for ABC before changing his mind and gave another interview for the Peacock.
On her acceptance speech, Portman credits director Darren Aronofsky who loses best director prize to 'The King's Speech' helmer Tom Hooper.
The American Institute for Stuttering honors Firth for his portrayal of George VI in 'The King's Speech' who stammers, insisting he has helped people gain more understanding on the speech impedients.