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Brolin plays Joe Doucett, a middle-aged man who gets kidnapped and held hostage for 20 years without any reason, in Spike Lee's remake of Park Chan-wook's 2003 pic.
The separation may have happened since New Year because the 'Jonah Hex' actor was spotted ringless a day after ringing in 2013 with friends in a drunken celebratory party.
The 'Master' actor works together with PETA to simulate how fish feel if they are forced to suffocate to death.
Brolin is seen simulating a driving scene in a green screen room, portraying McCarthy before the lead character undergoes a facial reconstruction.
Joking on his own recent arrest for alleged public intoxication, the 'Gangster Squad' actor says, 'It was New Year's. It was pretty innocent thing.'
The 'Gangster Squad' actor spent New Year's Day briefly in jail after getting arrested for public intoxication in Santa Monica, California.
The current 'Celebrity Apprentice' contestant voices his opinion of same-sex marriage when appearing alongside Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on CBS' 'Face the Nation'.
Admitting that collaborating for the third time with Jones in the 'Men in Black' franchise is 'so distinct', Smith also gushes that his new partnership with Brolin is 'fantastic.'
Admitting that playing the younger version of Jones' K is a daunting task, the 'Milk' actor says that the first time he nabbed the role, he 'got really frustrated' and 'wanted to quit.'
Additionally, there are other new images from 'MIB 3' that see Smith's Agent J running on a car's roof and standing in a glass elevator with Brolin's young Agent K.
One of the music videos sees the cast decorating Christmas tree together, and the other features them spending the holiday in a small community gathering.
In response to criticism that the kid-friendly movie spreads anti-capitalism message with its Tex Richman character, James Bobin insists that Tex is simply 'a classic, old school bad guy.'
Despite the show's short life, host/interior designer Nate Berkus says he is 'proud of the show we were able to produce every day.'
The freshly released still of the crime drama movie features Brolin's John O'Mara looking furious while pointing a revolver at Penn's Mickey Cohen, who doesn't seem to be frightened at all.
The 'Milk' actor is set to play in the film project which is based on a Korean thriller about a man who seeks revenge on the people who got him jailed for no reason.