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The pictures give a look at Rosario Dawson, who portrays the movie heroine, and her co-stars James McAvoy as well as Vincent Cassel.
One half of the defunct singing duo will release his solo effort, 'Bring Out the Bottles', via iTunes this Friday, December 28.
Starring Joel Courtney and Jake T. Austin as the titular characters, the movie is based on Mark Twain's classic book and follows the two boys' adventures.
The CBS' 'Late Night' host manages to sing some praises for the NBC presenter before dropping criticism toward his rival.
The 2012 winner of the beauty pageant answers a question in the final round from 2010 Miss Universe Ximena Navarette about what thing she regretted the most.
Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Olga Kurylenko and Javier Bardem are highlighted in the beautifully-shot trailer that focuses more on the music and images than the dialogs.
The female mentore of 'The Voice' will be honored at People's Choice Awards on January 9, 2013, where she is also set to perform.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host is unimpressed that 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host changes its airing schedule after he announces his new timeslot.
The 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host has extended his contract until 2014 after the network slashed his show's budget, leading him to take a 50 percent pay cut.
'We've consistently been number one in the ratings and, if you know anything about our network, that kind of thing is frowned upon,' the 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' host says in his monologue.
The host and some other senior staff will make sacrifices in their paycheck in order to save some of the staff who fell victim to budget cuts.
The 62-year-old host replaced Johnny Carson on May 25, 1992 and was briefly replaced by Conan O'Brien between 2009 and 2010.
The short promo features the 'Tonight Show with Jay Leno' being left embarrassed when his phone plays one of Madge's songs while the two celebrities are in the same elevator.
Catholic League takes offense the jokes Leno made on his 'Tonight Show' monologue about an auxiliary bishop who recently stepped down after admitting that he has fathered two children.
The 'Tonight Show' host stars in a spoof of 'Modern Warfare 3' video game promo alongside Sam Worthington, tackling the part of the Noob.