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The Oscar winner admits in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that her dream husband is the 'Magic Mike XXL' star.
The two veteran actors who work together for the first time in 'And So It Goes' have an interesting chat which includes their kiss in the movie.
The 'Annie Hall' actress thinks Dylan Farrow was just looking for headlines when she singled out some actresses who appeared in Woody Allen's films.
'Modern Family' star Ty Burrell is also on board the Disney sequel, taking on a supporting role as a young Beluga whale.
There are four new images coming out with one featuring Hugh Jackman with blood on his claws and another showing a filming set in Japan.
The 'Safe Haven' actress hangs out with her four friends on the beach to make her feel better following her split with Ryan.
Destin Daniel Cretton takes home the award for best narrative feature at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival.
De Niro's Don and Keaton's Ellie forcefully reunite for their son's wedding in the new trailer for the film also starring Amanda Seyfried, Katherine Heigl, and Susan Sarandon.
During her recent chat with Jay Leno, the actress recalled how she ended up in hospital during filming 'Morning Glory', saying 'I got vertigo. They sent me to the hospital but I'm okay now.'
On report that she has turned down a $75,000 offer from the magazine to do a spread, the actress and her rep haven't responded.
Old and new faces of the soap drama partied at the House of Blues where executive producer Ken Corday confirmed that they have just been presented with a new contract.
Rachel McAdams and Harrison Ford as the main actors are joined by Patrick Wilson, Diane Keaton and many more at the Sunday event in New York City.
Seemingly growing tired of fans still greeting him with his 'Friends' character Joey's catchphrase, Matt LeBlanc reportedly became enraged during a London Fashion Week party.
Joining Lawrence Kasdan's project, Keaton would portray a wife who loves her dog more than she loves her husband.
The young star is a morally conflicted assistant to Keaton's Tilda in a half-hour comedy pilot by HBO.