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The younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen has reportedly called it quits with her fiance after more than two years together.
The 'Godzilla' actress will play Audrey Mae, the wife of the late Alabama country music singer in 'I Saw the Light'.
Directed by Jake Gyllenhaal's mom, the drama follows two teenage girls' effort to lose their virginity before college.
Olsen, donning a sparkling midnight blue gown, is joined by fiance Boyd Holbrook and co-stars including Bryan Cranston and Aaron Johnson at the red carpet event.
Joe Doucett played by Brolin makes himself clear to his female companion that he doesn't like people snooping through his things.
The 'Silent House' actress is attached to play the daughter of Magneto and twin sister of Quicksilver.
The 'Limitless' actor is expected to voice Rocket Raccoon in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', while the 'Oldboy' actress is courted for Scarlet Witch role in 'Avengers 2'.
The 'Oldboy' actress reportedly is Joss Whedon and Marvel's next top choice after Saoirse Ronan decides to pass on the coveted role.
The Charlie Stratton-directed adaptation of Emile Zola's novel about a torrid love affair will be premiered at Toronto Film Festival.
The 'Liberal Arts' star confirms that she'll begin working with director Gareth Edwards this spring, promising that the remake film will 'be very different take on the past Godzillas.'
The Canadian pop superstar bags his fifth no. 1 album before he celebrates his 19th birthday on March 1.
The two-hour premiere of the musical show's second installment only lured in 4.5 million viewers, down 71 percent from the first season premiere.
Aaron Johnson is reportedly also in talks to join the upcoming monster movie to be directed by Gareth Edwards.
'Life of Pi' star Suraj Sharma is the only male nominee this year, also competing against the likes of 'Anna Karenina' star Alicia Vikander and 'Oblivion' actress Andrea Riseborough.
Joined by Jessica Lange, Tom and Elizabeth are snapped rocking dapper period costumes while shooting the Charlie Stratton-directed thriller in Budapest, Hungary.