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McCarthy is expected to reteam with 'The Heat' director Paul Feig, while Matthew Vaughn shows interest in casting Watson for his next pic.
The Paramount Pictures biblical movie, directed by 'Black Swan' helmer Darren Aronofsky, will be released on March 28, 2014.
The 'Bling Ring' star will reunite with 'Harry Potter' producer, David Heyman, in the feature adaptation of Erika Johansen's fantasy novel.
The 'Harry Potter' actress plans to continue her study at Brown University after taking a leave in 2011 for movie promotion.
Some big names including Katie Couric, Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg join the cast members of Broadway's 'Kinky Boots' in a funny new clip for the song.
The 'Magic Mike' actor names his and wife Jenna Dewan's first child Everly Tatum
Charice has been dating a member of Filipina girl group AKA Jam, Alyssa Quijano, for months before announcing publicly that she is a lesbian.
Three best friends stage a robbery to prevent the local cafe, where they usually hang out, from being turned into a bar in the film which features Adrianne Palicki and Josh Groban in supporting roles.
Mindy Kalinng, Karina Smirnoff, Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Wilmer Valderrama and Peter Facinelli are also spotted supporting the special screening in Los Angeles.
The 'Harry Potter' actress tries to 'understand the psychology' of her character who is described as a fame-obsessed teen.
The boyband, which competed in British 'The X Factor' in 2008, will say goodbye but not without first going on a farewell tour and releasing a greatest hits album.
The 'Meet the Fockers' actress was feted by famous friends, including Bill Clinton, Michael Douglas and Ben Stiller at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 40th Chaplin Award Gala.
The 'Something Better to Do' singer puts her upcoming Vegas gig on hold to spend time with sister Rona, who was recently diagnosed with the life-threatening illness.
Johnson gets emergency procedure for three tears in his hernia as the results of WrestleMania match against John Cena, causing him to miss his movie premiere.
The 'Pain and Gain' director claims that he was misquoted by Miami Herald, who reported on April 20 that he apologized for the quality of the Ben Affleck-starring film.