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The 'Yee Haw' country singer and wife Lacey Buchanan name their daughter Olive Pearl Owen to commemorate Jake's late godmother.
The Frodo depicter says the animal deaths were 'heartbreaking,' but insists that he never saw poor condition during the filming of the movie as claimed by the wranglers.
Looking gory in his portrayal as a brutal killer, the 'Lord of the Rings' actor is pictured gripping a blood-soaked dagger and sporting blood splatters all over his face.
The author and illustrator of children's book 'Where the Wild Things Are' has passed away on Tuesday, May 8 at age 83 in Danbury, Connecticut after suffering a stroke four days earlier.
The actor playing Frodo in 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit' is caught on camera filming a scene where he sadistically attacks a woman with a knife on the set of the upcoming slasher thriller.
Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that the 'Superman' reboot is called 'Man of Steel', and Michael Shannon is cast as General Zod.
The 'American Idol' contestant has been approached by Interscope Records to release a single, but the talk's not 'done deal' yet.
The young stars, along with Geena Davis, Terrence Howard and other celebrities helped to present at the Emmy Awards for college students.
See how two macaw birds escape from a cage and elude capture while their legs are chained to each other's.
While LAPD officials have confirmed a visit to Charlie's home in Beverly Hills, the troubled actor himself takes to Twitter and shares, 'all good here on homefront. all reports are false.'
The synopsis says the story is set in summer 1979 when a catastrophic train crash happens in Ohio and unusual disappearances begin to take place in the town.
Gushing on the status of the potential sequel is Bradley Cooper who claims there isn't 'enough revenue to supply' the project.
Promoting the brand's latest lipstick line, the 'Revolutionary Road' star appears wearing nothing but a pale sheet in the middle of a swanky hotel room as she talks on the phone and paints her lips.
A suicidal man failed to take his own life and is rescued from his isolated life by a dog whom he sees as a man in a cheap dog suit.
A day after rumors swirled that Wood will reprise his 'Lord of the Rings' role in the prequel, his publicist confirms that he indeed joins the cast of the two-part movie.