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Bardem reportedly is in talks to join the fifth installment as a ghost pirate who holds revenge against Captain Jack Sparrow.
The 'Volver' actress and her husband along with other Spanish stars describe the actions of Israel against Palestinians in Gaza as 'genocide,' while Madonna asks for a ceasefire.
Spielberg hopes to sit behind the lens, and Bardem is keen to play one of the lead roles in the Montezuma vs. Cortez project.
The 'Skyfall' villain actor will lead evil pirates and clash with the kid who never ages in Warner Bros' upcoming 'Peter Pan'.
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' actress gave birth to her baby No. 2 in Madrid on the same day Kate Middleton delivered the royal baby.
JT makes a grand return as he takes the stage in front of star-studded crowd that include Paul McCartney, Sofia Vergara and John Legend on Super Bowl's eve.
The Duchess of Cambridge goes shopping in London, while the 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' actress is vacationing in the Bahamas.
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides' actress is allegedly 'around three months' pregnant and currently vacationing with her actor hubby in the Bahamas.
Receiving the 2,484th star, the 'Skyfall' actor says, 'To get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is an honor I never thought I would ever receive. I thank you so very much for that.'
The Silva depicter in the twenty-third James Bond film says that his character may be a homosexual but notes, 'Beyond the sexuality, he wanted it to feel like you don't know if Silva's joking or not.'
Warners is in talks with director Ron Howard to bring the prestigious novel-adapted movie project back in the saddle after it was canceled by Universal Pictures back in July 2011.
Some of the photos feature a woman with a strong resemblance to the 'Glee' star posing in the buff for the camera, while some others display her in underwear and Britney Spears' 'Slave 4 U' outfit.
The Anton Chigurh of 'No Country for Old Men' was snapped donning a Metropolitan Police uniform while filming some action scenes on the streets of London on Sunday, March 11.
The 'No Country for Old Men' actor finally admits that he will play James Bond's enemy in the upcoming 007 movie, but refuses to give further details about his character.
Javier Bardem has urged government and technology companies around the world to stop using minerals from Congo in laptops and cell phones in a bid to combat rape in the African region.