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The trailer for Hoffman's directorial debut boasts funny scenes that feature a number of acclaimed veteran stars such as Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay and Billy Connolly among others.
The John F. Kennedy Center honorees will accept their medals from President Barack Obama and have a dinner with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The patriotic hobbit is featured standing alone in Mirkwood Forest with his hand holding a sword and his outfit covered in spiderweb.
The husband of Hilaria Thomas donates the money to New York Philharmonic in honor of its outgoing Executive Director Zarin Mehta.
HBO orders eight more episodes from the Will Ferrell-produced comedy, which stars Danny McBride.
The dramedy about a group of former opera singers living in a retirement home is supported by a number of acclaimed veteran actors, including Billy Connolly, Maggie Smith and Tom Courtenay.
The horse-racing series is said having 'everything from degenerate gamblers to a disreputable trainer to [Hoffman's character of a powerful organized crime figure] Ace Bernstein.'
Find out what kind of songs are in Amber Riley's iPod and how much Chris Colfer's real high school experience is similar to Glee's.
The one-sheet shows a jumping Steven Tyler and a reserved Jennifer Lopez who revealed that the young ones did really well in Sin City.
From vet Robert De Niro to original actor Ben Stiller to new cast member Jessica Alba, all gather at the Ziegfeld Theater in NYC on December 15.
The 30-year-old rapper is involved in a heated argument with his lover when she finds out he got a message from another girl.
Barbra Streisand's Rozalin Focker is worrying about Hoffman's Bernie's mental state while the family patriarch is determined to master the art of Flamenco.
There are talks that the actor will reprise his role from 'Meet the Fockers' though an executive at Universal claims Hoffman is not 'desperately' needed for the upcoming film.
In front of star-studded audience which included Adam Sandler and Leonardo DiCaprio, the two actors' kiss were displayed in the big screens in a heart shape.
The Bernie Focker of 'Meet the Fockers' has landed a role of a gambling addict in HBO's new show called 'Luck', starring opposite Dennis Farina and John Ortiz.