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Lilly dazzles in a white flowing gown, while Jackman looks sleek in a dark suit as they hit the red carpet that also sees celebrity guests like Chord Overstreet, Nikki Reed and Matt Lanter.
In addition to sharing some of the plot details, the filmmaker also talks about the new characters and responds to the criticisms to 'Resident Evil 5'.
A spokesperson from Casino Rama, where Katy Perry's husband was supposed to do his stand-up show, explains that a technical issue with his plane was the real reason why he couldn't make it.
Although director Arofonsky was not on board anymore, Jackman still believes that the 'Wolverine' sequel will be a great movie with James Mangold helming and Mark Bomback penning the script.
'Guess i'll put my chipotle in a blender for a few weeks,' writes Dolph Ziggler when tweeting about the hairline mandibular fracture he sustained after taking a punch from the 'Real Steel' actor.
Dishing on a new Mercedes, Amber Riley says her character will be seen lovey-dovey, dressing differently and girlier than before while she embarks on a new relationship.
Recently launched Gaumont International Television plans a TV series which will explore the early relationship between Dr. Hannibal Lecter and FBI agent Will Graham.
The short preview shows two robots fighting on a ring with one of them crashing onto the ground after being hit by the other.
Titled 'Main Event', the video highlights how Charlie Kenton and his son find a wasted robot in a junkyard before they transform it into a championship contender on robot boxing ring.
It compiles major moments from the previous season, including the one which sees Castiel claiming himself as the new God.
While promoting 'Real Steel' at the San Diego Comic Con, Hugh Jackman also reveals that the filming for the 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' sequel would be kicked off in October.
The sequel to the 2009 movie is looking ready to start its production soon as James Mangold has struck a deal to direct and the main actor is in shape.
British director Scott Mann is reportedly picked to helm the remake of Akira Kurosawa's celebrated movie.
While 20th Century Fox is still sorting out 'The Wolverine', Jackman may join Shawn Levy in the re-imagining of the 1966 film.
Australian actor Hugh Jackman still regrets turning down the lead male role in 'Chicago' because he's convinced he could have pulled off the part - with the help of some studio make-up.