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The 20-second promotional video for Ridley Scott's 'most anticipated movie of the year' shows glimpses of fresh footage that will be featured in the awaited new trailer.
After hearing that the 'Mad Men' star branded her and Paris Hilton 'f***ing idiots', the estranged wife of Kris Humphries fires back by stating that 'not everyone takes the same path in life.'
The 'Mad Men' actor did not understand why 'stupidity is certainly celebrated' and 'the idea of being 'elite' is somehow considered a negative'.
The Don Draper depicter said in a recent interview that the Emmy-winning series will return on AMC on March 25.
Lionsgate reveals new images which see Katniss and Peeta in the arena of Hunger Games, and announces November 22, 2013 as a release date for the second movie.
Taking the helming duty, the Don Draper depicter is seen directing his co-star Moss in the photo taken during rehearsal shot of the new season opener.
Robin Williams and his bandmates linger in an empty Wembley Stadium, contemplating their show the night before.
Along with a Gotham Police SWAT truck, the Batmobiles are pictured in Pittsburgh where the movie is set to be filmed at Carnegie Mellon University.
The 'Mildred Pierce' actress credits director Todd Haynes for her nod, the 'Mad Men' lead actor is not surprised with his recognition, while the 'Dexter' guest star finds it 'a nice surprise'.
With the lead actor singing a new deal, it is more likely that the acclaimed drama series will see a seventh season as it has been widely believed.
Believing that it is the best for the show to end after three more seasons, the Don Draper depicter says, 'Everything should end.'
The Don Draper of the acclaimed series is set to make his directorial debut with the first episode of the delayed new season.
Being one of the Top 3 contestants on 'American Idol', the 16-year-old has got a chance to make homecoming tour over the weekend and meet with tornado victims.
Despite the technical glitch in the beginning of her performance, the singer managed to keep her crowd pumped out.
Helms' turn as the show's host was made merry with unannounced guests in two skits including live-action version of the Ambiguously Gay Duo.