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The 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' star looks pretty in a black sheer dress, sporting matching heels and a clutch, while the French actress dons a chic black dress.
Kline plays the iconic Hollywood actor Errol Flynn whose scandal with an underage starlet became a controversy in the 1950s.
Directed by Jake Gyllenhaal's mom, the drama follows two teenage girls' effort to lose their virginity before college.
The adaptation of Susannah Cahalan's memoir 'Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness' will be produced by Charlize Theron.
Some radical environmental activists' act of eco-terror plunges them into a moral maelstrom in this movie.
A source says that the two sisters, who rarely appear in public together, have grown apart and live in different coasts.
Fanning wears a fake baby bump on the Philadelphia set of her film with Richard Gere, while Bale sports scruffy beard in Spain to shoot Ridley Scott's biblical movie.
The 'Twilight Saga' actress trades her white dress earlier in the day with a red velvet billowing dress for the red carpet event later in the evening.
While Taylor says, 'I've never been involved in any of those situations,' Dakota defends Kristen, 'Why do you think you are the authority to judge people's experiences?'
The bittersweet relationship between an ailing young girl and her boyfriend is previewed in the tear-jerking music video.
Elba rocks a futuristic costume in his portrayal of Stacker Pentecost in Guillermo del Toro's sci-fi film, while Fanning dons a period gown as the titular character in Richard Laxton's drama.
Kris, who is asking for his 72-day marriage to be annulled, may be served with a libel or defamation suit by a friend of Kim Kardashian for accusing him of being homosexual.
Wearing an elegant black and white period gown complete with a red cape, Fanning is seen filming a scene for the drama along with Italian actor Riccardo Scamarcio.
The young actress, who is selected to be the new face of Marc Jacobs' fragrance line, is deemed the victim of sexualized ad.
'It's only gonna help me, not hurt me. So I'm looking forward to hearing the feedback from everyone,' Drizzy says of the 'Take Care' premature arrival.