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Craig's Will Atenton and his family are surprised by the appearance of an unidentified creature in one clip, while his wife Libby sees a stranger standing on their backyard in the other.
The director reveals that he's been planning to create a follow-up for the Taylor Lautner-starring action film, adding, 'Of course, I'm gonna direct it.'
With the standout ballad as a backsound, Demi tells her devotees that she was lucky to have supportive parents and fans to help her make it through the rough chapter in her life.
Weisz's Libby Atenton sees Craig's Will secretly painting the wall of an old chamber which has a mysterious graffiti that reads, 'Peter Ward slaughter house'.
Katniss does her best to provide for her family and gets help from Gale in doing so, while Peeta stays at home helping his parents' bakery.
The newlyweds, who star opposite each other in 'Dream House', reportedly heat things up at the bash held at the James Hotel in New York City by sharing a public rooftop kiss.
Storming into Sookie's house, Bill attacks Eric and tells Nan that the vampire sheriff of area 5 has been infected.
While the Jake Lonergan depicter looks sleekly masculine in black suit and tie-less shirt, the actress who plays Ella stuns in Gothic lace gown and ponytailed hair.
Following the footsteps of his fellow Marines in asking celebrities to be their Marine Corps Ball dates, Private First Class Hart makes his own video for the 'Party in the U.S.A' singer.
Setting out to unravel the mystery behind his haunted house, Daniel's Will Atenton may find that the tragic murder of a mother and her children is just hitting too close to home.
Without any sniff from the media, the Hollywood couple got married in very private ceremony attended by their trusted ones.
Redfoo and SkyBlu celebrate life in a never-ending party, popping the bottle and shaking up the club with upbeat music of 'Campagne Shower'.
Columbia Pictures has revealed a domestic poster, which features Craig holding Mara from behind, for the David Fincher-directed movie.
Daniel Craig has been signed up to replace famed broadcaster Sir David Attenborough as the voice of Britain's BBC nature documentaries.
The hunky actor took part in a short clip to air at British cinemas on International Women's Day.