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'The idea that I could play Nancy Reagan was too much to resist,' admits the Leona Lansing of 'The Newsroom' in the video.
Jane says her Walk of Fame marks become 'particularly meaningful' because they are next to her dad's spot.
The snippet sees an eccentric teacher who looks scary when explaining the creation of lightning in his class.
Wowing the judges in the second part of the blind auditions are Adriana Louise who slays Jessie J's 'Domino', and Julio Caesar Castillo who sings 'La Bamba' entirely in Spanish.
Saying that 'the creation of the team [in the first movie] is not happy ending,' the 'Much Ado About Nothing' helmer plans to 'dig a little deeper' and 'twist that knife' for the 'Avengers' sequel.
Avril shows up at the Abbey Dawn showcase at New York Fashion Week, showing off her half-shaved hair dyed with green and pink hues.
Oprah Winfrey shares a picture that sees Alan in sleek suit to portray America's 40th President Ronald Reagan and Jane in elegant formal outfit as First Lady Nancy.
Spotted in public with her newly adopted son for the first time, the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' actress keeps the infant covered up with white blanket on top of his car seat carrier.
The 'Georgia Rule' actress has been tapped to star as President Ronald Reagan's wife in the movie about a butler who ended up serving eight presidents throughout his career in the White House.
While premiering the official site of the upcoming superhero movie, Marvel Studios unveils some new stills and details of key characters namely Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, Dr. Connor and Captain Stacy.
Making an appearance at Nordstrom in The Grove, Los Angeles for 'Meow!', the 'One That Got Away' singer covers herself in a knee-length pink dress with a high neck and black bow on top.
The Viola Fields of 'Monster-in-Law' will portray a character whose descriptions resemble to her media tycoon ex-husband Ted Turner's.
Charged with two misdemeanors following an incident involving his ex-girlfriend in Las Vegas, the Motley Crue rocker could be sent back to jail if the judge rules it was a violation of his probation.
The new TV series was criticized for being 'historically inaccurate', but Jane has shown support for the drama, calling it 'interesting' in her blog.
The 73-year-old said she is sorry for young actresses out there because there is a 'cult of perfection' which requires them to be dimple-free.