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The Kristen Stewart-starring movie opens strong with an estimated $56.3 million cume, snatching the crown from last week's champion 'Men in Black 3'.
Other stars who turn heads on the red carpet of the 21st annual MTV Movie Awards include Paris Hilton, Nikki Reed, Leighton Meester, Katerina Graham, Elizabeth Banks and Charlize Theron.
Riri bares her legs in hotpants, while Emma wears nude-colored blazer and boots when filming a scene in New Orleans along with some other notable actors.
Additionally, the Stephen Chbosky-directed drama releases its first poster, which highlights Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller standing against a green-painted brick wall.
Donning a white furry vest to complete her all-black outfit, Watson walks down the street along with co-stars Israel Broussard, Taissa Famiga, Katie Chang and Claire Julien.
Neiers, who spent a month behind bars in 2010 for burglarizing Orlando Bloom's home, wed Canadian business owner Evan Haines in front of 20 guests in Mexico in late April.
Watson is in talks to appear as herself, while Segel and David Krumholtz have already been tapped to also make cameos in the comedy, which marks Rogen's directorial debut.
Ditching her famous pixie hair, the 'Harry Potter' actress is seen donning a long brown extension while being clad in a bath robe as she takes a stroll around the set in Calabasas, California.
In an episode of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Bieber says he plans to drop the lead single from 'Believe' at the end of March.
Jessica's performance earns her a standing ovation though she recently suffered swollen vocal chords, while Hollie Cavanagh shows she has a shot at winning the competition.
Embracing her androgynous side in a photoshoot for the Sports Issue of V Magazine, the 'American Idol' judge says in the interview, 'I've always felt like a tough girl from the Bronx.'
The reunited rock band give no room for the glum as they rock out and bring a lot of enthusiasm to the MSG which is jam-packed with their hardcore fans.
Though showrunner Kyle Killen describes the process to piece together the stories as 'extraordinarily complex,' the show still presents a concept that is easy to follow.
The Hermione Granger of the 'Harry Potter' film series has secured a role in Coppola's based-on-true-story film about a group of youngsters who commit celebrity theft.
The 'Rosie Show' host takes to Twitter to tell 'Little People, Big World' star Amy Roloff, 'i am sorry my words hurt u and made u sad,' and admits that her words 'were ineloquently phrased.'