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The Bane depicter in 'The Dark Knight Rises' is reportedly eyed to star as the 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight' hitmaker in the film from director Michael Gracey.
The 'Candle in the Wind' singer says GaGa is chosen as the godmother of his second son Elijah because 'she's been a great godmother' to his first son Zachary.
The iconic entertainer is forced to cancel his Birmingham, Alabama concert on March 15 due to health problems.
The legendary 'Rocketman' singer says at a listening party that his upcoming album is the most piano-oriented album of his career.
Ed Sheeran, Jay-Z, Dierks Bentley, Miguel and Wiz Khalifa are among other artists who perform on Grammy night Sunday, February 10.
The Rocket Man says baby Elijah 'completes our family in a most precious and perfect way,' two years after welcoming their first child Zachary.
The lovely moment aside, star Kate Walsh teases that there will be a tear-jerking scene as saying, 'Keep the Kleenex handy!'
'There are doctors who save lives and firemen who run into burning buildings. I'm making movies. It's stupid,' so Lawrence thinks of her job as an actress.
Hayley Atwell has confirmed that she won't reprise her role as Steve Rogers' first love, fueling speculations that the upcoming film will have Sharon Carter as the new leading lady.
Arterton plays a choir director who tries to convince a grumpy pensioner to embark on a hilarious, life-affirming journey of musical self discovery.
The foundation has announced the list of artists that will perform on February 8 in the special tribute show for the rock and roll legend.
This year's list is made up of an international ensemble and shows that most musicians still make a big part of their earnings from touring.
A total of twenty-seven musical works will be enshrined including recordings from Paul McCartney, Whitney Houston, Elton John, AC/DC, Frank Sinatra, and Bob Dylan.
Guy Hobbs claimed 'Nikita' is a rip-off to his 'Natasha' song, but a district judge said the similar lyrics are common in love songs and the theme is too general.