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The 'Romeo and Juliet' actress is seen having a burgeoning belly while shooting her new movie in New York City.
Director and producer Elizabeth Banks congratulates the 'Ender's Game' star on her casting, tweeting, '@HaileeSteinfeld Welcome to the Barden Bellas!'
The two young friends are joined by the male cast Douglas Booth, Ed Westwick and Kodi Smit-Mcphee among others.
Jimmy Kimmel, Jim Carrey, Steve Martin and many other celebrities take to Twitter to mourn the death of the 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World' star who passed away because of natural causes.
The 'True Grit' actress and the 'LOL' actor revive the tragic romantic story of two young star-crossed lovers in the Carlo Carlei-directed film.
The 'Up All Night' actress shows her growing belly in a leopard-print dress when attending Costume Designers Guild Awards.
The fab five release the full official music video of their Comic relief charity single which they made themselves.
Rocking a Salamander uniform, Steinfeld is seen talking to Asa Butterfield's titular character as they eat in the dining room.
The dramatic promo video features the SAMCRO men riding their bikes through a bridge where Tara and Gemma are awaiting, while Dan Auerbach's song 'Trouble Weighs a Ton' plays.
Being snapped for the first time on the New York set of 'Can a Song Save Your Life?', Ruffalo opts for a modest look as Steinfeld bares her tummy in a sexy outfit.
Clad in full period costumes, Steinfeld and Booth who portray the fabled couple in the William Shakespeare classic love story stare affectionately at each other.
Since the deal between Fox 2000 Pictures and Steinfeld didn't work out, Collins is now close to take over the role of Juliet in the drama that tells the untold story of Romeo's jilted ex-girlfriend.
The 15-year-old actress is in final talks to star in 'Can a Song Save Your Life?', playing Mark Rufallo's daughter.
Astro is immediately sent home on the December 1 result show, while Drew faces off Marcus Canty in the survival performances before being voted off 3-1 by judges.
Titled 'Willow: You Think You Know Me', the debut album is set to be made available for purchase Stateside on April 3 next year.