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The full clip of the Shane Black-directed film will be premiered at 2013 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 14.
The 'Argo' actor and director tells media during the premiere of 'To the Wonder' that he will be home this summer while his wife takes several projects.
The Mouse House announces that it will reduce the number of its workers in order to save cost and focus on the marketing and home video units.
James Wan is reportedly in final talks with Universal Pictures to direct the seventh installment of the 'Fast and Furious' franchise.
The new Superman film will not feature the superhero's biggest vulnerability, but 'he is definitely susceptible to the emotional frailties.'
The 'Novacane' hitmaker enters the annual ranking at No. 10, DeGeneres stays at No. 2 after Apple CEO Tim Cook, while the Silver Fox rises one slot to No. 5.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host tries to distract the 'Modern Family' star from reading her lines for Diet Pepsi commercial.
After a three-year break pursuing each of their own solo projects, the four members of the pop punk band reunite for a new album and tour.
The promo video has a tagline which reads, 'Say goodbye to the outside world,' as it highlights a place trapped under an invisible shield.
Timberlake, DeGeneres and Neil Patrick Harris take to Twitter to post congratulatory messages to the Baltimore Ravens after it beat out the San Francisco 49ers.
Admitting it's fun watch Kate McKinnon playing herself, the 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host points out, 'They choose a trait about you and they kind of blow it up so it looks ridiculous.'
The real Vergara showed up a short while later and branded DeGeneres' look of her 'ridiculous'.
The 'Dancing with the Stars' season 8 runner-up goes straight to the dunk tank, while the 'Mockingbird' actor playfully shakes his booty before entering the cube.
During her visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Madge raises money for breast cancer research by getting her son, Rocco, wet in a dunk tank.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' presenter is saluted by Jimmy Kimmel, John Krasinski, Kristen Chenoweth, Jason Mraz and Jane Lynch.