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Thanks to her low-budget but high-earning movie 'Black Swan', Portman is deemed a worthy actor to hire.
The Australian musician gets the title of the most streamed song globally for his hit 'Somebody That I Used to Know'.
Radcliffe's 'Kill Your Darlings' and Bell's 'The Lifeguard' are competing in the U.S. Dramatic category, joined by other movies starring Rooney Mara, Jessica Biel, Octavia Spencer and more.
The 'Liz and Dick' executive producer shares updates on his next project, saying that they are currently looking for writers for the TV movie about the former daytime talk show queen.
The rejected audition tape of the legendary British band has resurfaced and will go on sale with bids starting at $29,000.
Radcliffe's devilish character is seen telling reporters to fight one another in one scene, and burning down a hotel in another.
Playing an older and a younger version respectively of the titular character, Hamm and Radcliffe are featured in similar poses in some photos from the upcoming miniseries.
Rosie Coker, who met the actor while she was a production assistant in 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince', is trying to move on from the relationship.
Rocking a brown leather jacket, the 'Harry Potter' actor channels his inner demon as he sports a pair of horns that sprout from his bleeding forehead.
The star of 'Harry Potter' film series is said to be interested in playing Hunchback in the upcoming movie, which has Paul McGuigan signing on to direct.
The 'Harry Potter' actor will star opposite Zoe Kazan in the movie about a pair who actually falls in love with each other, but decides to remain friends since the girl has already had a boyfriend.
The 'Harry Potter' star will portray the lead character in a fantasy/thriller film adapted from Joe Hill's best-selling novel of the same name.
The Arthur Kipps of 'Woman in Black' punches the walls and jumps onto a table while mimicking the lyrics of 'Beginners' in a deserted bar.
The 'Mad Men' actor will play a Russian doctor working during the Russian Revolution in 'A Young Doctor's Notebook', with the 'Harry Potter' star portraying the titular doctor in his younger age.
The 'Harry Potter' actor will reportedly play a younger version of the 'Mad Men' actor's character in the drama about Russian doctors.