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Carrey appears on 'Celebrity Jeopardy' with Will Ferrell, while Norton tries to impersonate Stefon only to be interrupted by the original depicter, Bill Hader, in 'Weekend Update'.
J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' surprisingly beat 'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' in the race of Best Film of the year.
'Nightcrawler', 'Selma' and 'Boyhood' each earns five nominations while 'Foxcatcher' and 'Inherent Vice' are left out.
The teen-skewing network is developing a period drama set in New York based on the 2006 film.
The 'We Can't Stop' hitmaker gives Edward Norton her three hosting rules that include tongue-out gesture, while the '30 Rock' actor lectures the host on how to give a best take.
The 'Kingdom of Heaven' actor and the Canadian film producer managed to keep their wedding secret until their baby boy was born.
The 'Moonrise Kingdom' actor and his longtime partner, Shauna Robertson, are parents to a healthy son who was born in March.
A source says that Norton and Shauna Robertson are expecting their first child who will be born 'any day soon.'
As birthday presents, guests including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Martin Scorsese, and Jamie Foxx donated money for the actor's foundation.
It is reported that the 'Moneyball' director and the 'I Am Legend' helmer are added to Lionsgate Film's wish list for director of the sequel to 'The Hunger Games'.
Bieber unleashes a snippet that features him showing off his lady killer persona, and he additionally announces that he will release his album on June 19.
The estranged wife of Ashton Kutcher has also been spotted in Beverly Hills as she attends a special party held to celebrate the launch of Amanda de Cadenet's TV show, 'The Conversation'.
Portraying an antagonist named Byer, the 'Incredible Hulk' actor is pictured standing face-to-face with Renner's Aaron Cross.
In addition to a photo featuring Norton who dons boy scout uniform on the set, another image sees Bill Murray posing with two younger boys.
Expressing his anger after he was booted out of 'The Avengers', the star of 'The Incredible Hulk' claims the announcement was 'low, unprofessional and very dishonest'.