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The third 'Hunger Games' movie collects three big wins including Best Male and Female Performance for Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence.
The other early winners include Will Poulter, Emma Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Backstreet Boys, and Seth Rogen.
In the campaign video for Affordable Care Act, Hill's mom said the least thing youths should do for their moms is to get covered by health insurance.
Hill will take on his latest serious role as a security guard who saved many lives from bomb but was subject to harsh media accusation.
DiCaprio surprises his 'Wolf of Wall Street' co-star Hill and helps him soothe his nerve by doing the 'Titanic' scene during his monologue.
The Donnie Azoff depicter reveals that he agreed to take a major cut in his pay because he wanted to work with Martin Scorsese so bad.
The '21 Jump Street' actor also makes a reference to his latest movie 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and signs Taran Killam's tongue in the video.
The 'Wolf of Wall Street' co-stars team up with Grammy-winning artist Q-Tip to bring forward a new scripted series based on the rapper's experience during the Native Tongue era.
The two have been spotted on several occasions together, doing regular stuff like walking their dogs and shopping for healthy food.
DiCaprio claims director Martin Scorsese tried to portray the characters 'as honestly as he possibly can,' while Hill believes the movie doesn't glorify Jordan Belfort and his friend's behavior.
The 'Moneyball' star has Best Buy to thank to for helping him get rid of the 'serious lisp' caused by the 'crazy veneers' he donned in the movie.
Jordan Feldstein married Clint Eastwood's daughter Francesca last month in a quick Las Vegas ceremony.
The Jenko and Schmidt duo is having a wild college experience as they are navigating the world of higher education to catch a drug dealer.
The 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' star, along with Hill, Vince Vaughn, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Martha Stewart, reads Ford's inappopriate statements after he admitted to smoking crack.
The second trailer for the Martin Scorsese-directed dark comedy shows the great chemistry between the two partners-in-crime.