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Rumor has it, Jane Carrey received a special treatment from the show's producers and did not have to 'sleep outside and wait for hours' to audition like other contestants.
Joined by his co-star Steve Carell, Carrey is photographed donning a long wig and sporting tattoos while filming a scene of the upcoming comedy film at Freemont Street in Las Vegas.
The new baddie, who is played by Andrew Leeds, is described as 'genius hacktivist' who will 'fundamentally change the direction of the show by the end of the season.'
The former Destiny's Child member will make a special performance at the February 8 event, which is also going to feature Eve as a special guest.
The singer, who finished in the sixth place on 'American Idol' season 10, celebrates his record deal by singing a jazzy song and showcasing his multi-instrumental talents.
Universal Pictures aims to develop the follow-up to the 2003 hit movie and is currently in talks with Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel to write the script for the sequel.
Real-life lovers Gosling and Mendes play parents of two girls, with him catching Carrey's Santa in action.
Director/screenwriter Dennis Lee has just announced that the family drama starring Julia Roberts and Ryan Reynolds will make its way out in several cities across the country in October.
Inspired by Jim's viral love confession to Emma Stone, Kathy makes her own video for the 'Baby' hitmaker, telling the teen sensation, 'You are all the way beautiful, even with those lesbian bangs.'
In the video posted on his website, the 'Mr. Popper's Penguins' star says he would marry the 'Help' actress if he was younger and dreams of having 'chubby little freckled-faced kids' with her.
Take a look at how Mr. Popper's new life as caretaker, landlord, and parent figure to flightless birds begins in this newly-released trailer.
A photo of someone, who looks just like the actor famed for his Ron Weasley portrayal, hitting the bong at a 'Harry Potter' cast party has leaked out.
He would join a slew of other A-list guest stars in the run for Dunder Mifflin's Scranton branch manager.
The love relationship didn't work out because the long-distance thing proved too much for Jenny McCarthy and Paul Krepelka.
'This skit, The Wrath of Ganesh, should be removed from the NBC website,' Rabbi ElizaBeth W. Beyer stated in support at Hindus' request.