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The spin-off to animated comedy 'Finding Nemo' features some new characters including Hank the octopus, which is voiced by Ed O'Neill, a beluga whale and a shark whale.
The 'Married... with Children' actor offers a chance to have a lunch with him and signed prizes for fans who contribute to the crowd-funding.
The 'Boyfriend' singer has a very heated conversation with Michael Madsen in the sneak peek of his upcoming 'music short film.'
Paul McCartney closes the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics with a sing-along of 'Hey Jude'.
Highlighting the big revelation in the last season finale, the new teaser features the body of Dexter's latest victim set on fire.
The third-place finisher on 'DWTS' season 11 sets the record straight on the rumors that she detested homosexual people.
The six adult stars of the ABC comedy have agreed to terms in their new contracts, and will begin production of the fourth season on Monday, July 30.
Words are, the filmmaking team of 'The Hobbit' is negotiating with Warner Bros. Pictures to make the tale a trilogy and begin the additional shooting in New Zealand next summer.
The Monday, July 23 negotiation did not meet a favorable end for both the cast and the producers of the hit ABC show.
The 'Modern Family' patriarch was presented with the 2,446th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, August 30 in a ceremony featuring Sofia Vergara and Katey Sagal.
Admitting he was bullied as a kid, the actor playing Jay Pritchett on the ABC sitcom reveals he kept the situation a secret because of 'a certain code of honor when you were a boy at school'.
One of the items to be auctioned off in Hollywood next week is a visual effects Triangle of Light from 'Lara Croft: Tomb Raider'.
'He didn't mean it like that,' Vergara who plays his on-screen wife on 'Modern Family' explained about the comments he made that looks like he was against Jane Lynch.
Instead of drawing a war of words by hitting back at Ed O'Neill, the Sue Sylvester depicter thanks the 'Modern Family' actor for his criticism.