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Franco refuses to let China Girl join his witch hunt, but eventually gives up after the little porcelain girl cries hysterically in the new clip of 'Oz: The Great and Powerful'.
Hudgens, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine expose their wild side, but Selena Gomez appears as the only religious member of the bad girls gang.
Opening up for the first time about her nude photos which leaked online in 2007, the former Disney star tells Paper magazine, 'That was just a really s**tty situation that sucked.'
Finley the flying monkey suggests Franco's Oz to come clean, but he refuses and insists to go with a plan to benefit himself.
The 'Dilemma' singer was seen on parking lot with tears streaming down her face after having lunch with Beyonce Knowles, Jay-Z, and Solange Knowles
Bassist Colin Greenwood confirms that the band will be regrouping for their ninth studio album in fall later this year.
The stars of the fantasy adventure film shine on the red carpet of 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' Hollywood premiere on February 13.
Franco proudly introduces himself as the wizard the Oz people have been waiting for before finding himself in trouble against an evil power who wreaks havoc in the magical land.
The legendary guitarist will release his twenty-first career album this March featuring ex-Beatle Paul McCartney.
With creator Doug Ellin serving as the helmer and scribe, the big screen take on the famous dramedy series is expected to bring back its original cast members.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer performs live for fans aboard the Yachts de Paris Mirage cruise in the City of Lights.
The 'Interior. Leather Bar.' director opens up that he might really have sex in front of the cameras 'under the right circumstances.'
The '127 Hours' actor pens an ode entitled 'Obama in Asheville' to the re-elected president on the occasion of his second inauguration in Washington D.C. on January 21.
The 'Spring Breakers' actor says sorry to the Canadian teen pop star for making a spoof of the 'Boyfriend' video, admitting he meant no disrespect.
The former 'Today' host is reportedly in talks with NBCUniversal about hosting a syndicated talk show which may start as soon as September 2014.