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The CEO of AllGood Entertainment, Patrick Allocco, said previously that he was held captive for almost two months because Nas did not show up at a gig.
The TNT series is not renewed for sixth season, meaning the upcoming episode 'The Long Goodbye Job' is its last.
These celebrities are supporting Demand a Plan, a movement that encourages the nation's leaders to act against gun violence.
Playing an older and a younger version respectively of the titular character, Hamm and Radcliffe are featured in similar poses in some photos from the upcoming miniseries.
Sporting printed swim trunks, the Don Draper depicter hits the beach with on-screen wife Jessica Pare who rocks a floral bikini.
The 'Mad Men' actor has some serious white powder overdose on his face when he poses for photographers in a Los Angeles event.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker is willing to forgive the man who did her wrong and take him back if only he's not afraid to admit his mistake.
Bill Hader, Danny McBride, Amy Ryan and Michael Keaton are among other actors who sign up for the star-studded comedy titled 'Clear History'.
The thief enters the hotel room, where the 'Mad Men' lead actor and his actress girlfriend were staying, using a key obtained from her stolen purse.
The 'Mad Men' actor will play a Russian doctor working during the Russian Revolution in 'A Young Doctor's Notebook', with the 'Harry Potter' star portraying the titular doctor in his younger age.
Those who claim to have seen it said that the 41-year-old model gave himself a pleasure during a video chat with female model.
An all-star video was made to celebrate the milestone, featuring also cameos by Jon Hamm, Michael Bolton, Will Ferrell and Usher.
As the images and video are removed from Popchips' YouTube and Facebook account, founder Keith Belling says in a statement, 'I take full responsibility and apologize to anyone we offended.'
Producer Young Chop slams Kanye for changing his beat without asking his permission or involving him in the process.
The 'Harry Potter' actor will reportedly play a younger version of the 'Mad Men' actor's character in the drama about Russian doctors.