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The 'Pretty Woman' star explains during an appearance on 'Late Show With David Letterman' that she has 'no' chance of having another baby.
Streep's Violet and Roberts' Barbara often get into conflict as both mother and daughter cannot understand each other in the star-studded film co-produced by George Clooney.
Packed with beautiful shots of natural landscapes, the trailer highlights the famed Beat poet's mental and physical deterioration during his move from New York to Northern California.
Goldenvoice may have just confirmed the performance which the band initially teased about last year.
'Being single doesn't mean you're gay. But I'm never insulted by it, obviously,' Clarkson says, addressing the reports that she's gay before dating Brandon Blackstock.
The 'American Horror Story' creator will direct the TV movie adaptation of the Tony-winning play for a 2014 premiere, with Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer also in the cast.
Miley performs her acoustic rendition of Melanie Safka's popular song in the backyard with her two guitarist friends.
The 'Eat, Pray, Love' actress will executive produce the workplace comedy which follows a horrible boss and employees trying to tame her.
Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas play cute for their picture, while Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd show a serious dancing pose.
Filmed a day before his two-year LDS mission trip, the Jed Wells-directed clip sees Archuleta singing in a studio with an orchestra that features producer Kurt Bestor.
Gothic opera singer Andrew, Sebastien 'El Charro de Oro' and Todd Oliver are saved by viewers' votes, while judges make the decision between All That! and Lindsey Norton for the last spot.
Other contributors include Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Jessica Biel, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Emma Stone, Chelsea Handler and Joe Manganiello.
In their complaint, the 'Ocean's Eleven' co-stars accuse Digital Projection Inc. and Beyond Audio Inc. of using their pictures without their permission to promote the companies' equipment.
The 'Iron Lady' actress has been cast to star as the 'Pretty Woman' star's pill-popping mother in the upcoming drama based on Pulizer and Tony-winning play by Tracy Letts.
Roberts and Baldwin will join Mark Rufallo, Matthew Bomer and Jim Parsons in the drama, which is based on Tony-winning play about the fight against HIV/AIDS in New York's gay community.