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The spouses are already parents to Faith Evangeline Elisa whose twin tragically died inside the womb.
The 'Frasier' star becomes the final actor attached to the role originally offered to action movie vet Nicolas Cage.
The 'X-Men: The Last Stand' actor is spotted filming his part on the Chicago set of Michael Bay's film.
The yet-to-be-titled comedy will feature Grammer and Lawrence as Chicago lawyers from 'vastly different backgrounds who unexpectedly meet in court on the worst day of their lives.'
The member of the '90s rap duo, which is known for their backwards clothes, was found unresponsive at his house in Atlanta and later pronounced dead at an Atlanta hospital.
The CinemaCon trailer for the Hugh Jackman-starring film shows the tachyon energy-possessed villain played by Will Yun Lee.
The former Disney star poses in tiny shirts and talks about her relationship with fiance Liam Hemsworth in an interview with the magazine.
Wayne confirms his health condition via Twitter, saying that he is 'fine' after he reportedly was rushed to hospital because of another seizure.
The latest original programming on the comedy channel topped all of cable's non-sports programs on its debut, with a 2.4 rating among men 18-34.
The Beast depicter in 'X-Men: The Last Stand' is set to play human villain Harold Attinger in Michael Bay's upcoming film.
Freddie Highmore's Norman Bates and his mother, played by Vera Farmiga, sit with the background of the infomaous lodging in the photo.
Starz discontinues the political drama where Grammer stars in the Golden Globe-winning role of Mayor of Chicago.
The former 'Cheers' actor opens up about his actual reasons why he and his wife take their baby daughter to Playboy Mansion.
The cancellation is done abruptly at last minute, prompting Piers Morgan to express his outrage towards his guest on Twitter.
The 'Boss' star thinks it's possible that his loyalty to the Republican Party cost him an Emmy nomination, claiming that he just became a Republican after winning his last Emmy in 2006.