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It was rumored that the upcoming 'Iron Man' sequel will include a significant role of the 'Nanobots', which becomes a direct linkage between 'The Avengers' and the third armored hero movie.
The 'Super Bass' hitmaker scores the highest-charting single by a female rapper in the history of U.K. chart.
Thanking the well-wishers for their concerns, Patrick Schwarzenegger writes on his Twitter, 'I'm actually feeling really good today, and I even went skiing again today.'
The 'Scream 4' actress is set to star as a waitress, who is also the love interest of Hemsworth's character, in the true story movie about a depository heist that took place in New York back in 1982.
The young couple, who hooked up last year at the Coachella music festival, has called it quits due to growing apart.
The 'Scream 4' actress will not be seen in the upcoming Harmony Korine-directed film because she has decided to exit the project due to 'creative differences that couldn't be resolved.'
Gomez, Hudgens and Roberts are expected to join James Franco in director Harmony Korine's forthcoming drama about a girl gang who rob an eatery to pay for their getaway.
The video centers on the strong bond between Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock's characters and their son, Oskar, who scours New York City in search of a lock that a key his father left him will open.
An original story from Charlie Craig, 'Anything But Ordinary' will follow a diving phenomenon who is also a medical miracle.
The special program will look back at the time when she was at the peak of her career by featuring her 2007 performances.
Representatives for Blake Lively, Emma Roberts, Elizabeth Olsen and Selena Gomez have claimed the report saying that the four starlets are set to star in a new 'SATC' film is not true.
Adding more fuel to the rumors of them dating, the 'Scream 4' actress and the 'Glee' actor are photographed together while shopping and sightseeing in London's Notting Hill Gate section.
Catch a glimpse at Adrianne Palicki's titular character on this reboot project which has been passed on by NBC.
The music video made for the band's latest song from 'The People's Key' album is directed by 'Where the Wild Things Are' cinematographer Lance Acord and filled with pyrotechnics and fiery signs.
The newly-released preview features the young actor who refuses to do his school assignment, before switching to a scene where he expresses his feeling to Emma.