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Trejo's Frank Vega has a new sidekick, Danny Glover's Bernie Pope, as he takes the law into his own hands.
The Odd Future crooner announced the dates of his international tour that kicks off next month.
Despite all doubts from his friends, Mike is determined to be the best scarer ever in the video for the sequel to 'Monsters, Inc.'
The Art Howe of 'Moneyball' reveals his drug problems came back after his use of prescription pills escalates to snorting heroin.
The Massachusetts-based boyband joins Aerosmith and Jason Aldean at The Boston Strong Concert on Thursday, May 30, to lend their voice to help the victims of Boston marathon bombings.
The Maroon 5 lead singer says he's comfortable in his own skin and embraces his flaws including his tendency to say something without forethought.
The 'Glee' star unveils the clip to the first single off his forthcoming new album 'Where It All Began'.
The new series from executive producer Jennifer Lopez revolves around 'a biracial, lesbian couple who have biological and adopted children, all living together as a family.'
Charlie Sheen is credited as Carlos Estevez in his portrayal of the U.S. president in the action film, which also stars Lady GaGa, Michelle Rodriguez and Mel Gibson.
The disc jokey, who is also known as Jordan Roseman, says the songs he chose represent 2011 which 'gave us songs of regret and anger, pride and perseverance, and lots of fire.'
The 'Horrible Bosses' actor came to Our Lady's Children Hospital in Dublin, Ireland unannounced on Christmas Day to deliver more than 100 presents and spend time with the kids.
Trejo plays Frank Vega, a decorated Vietnam hero who gets famous after a video, which features himself punching two skin heads to protect a black man, hits the internet.
The 'Machete' star has a season-long arc that will be 'powerful' in the upcoming chapter, where fear and greed threaten to tear SAMCRO apart.
One of the big numbers that the Glee club will do in the Nationals is the rap song by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys.
Portman was joined by Darren Aronofsky and Vincent Cassel at the world premiere, while Alba was sandwiched between Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo during the special screening.