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The Professor Sybill Trelawney of 'Harry Potter' movie series says she made peace with her co-star a long time ago as she didn't have the energy to hold a grudge.
Skarsgard enters talk to portray the grand duke, the king's adviser, in the Disney flick, which is directed by 'Thor' helmer Branagh.
The 'Parent Trap' star accuses her clothing label partners of fraud, trademark infringement and breach of contract as she plans to expand her 6126 brand into other clothing items.
The 'Thor' director is in talks with Walt Disney Pictures to replace Mark Romanek as the helmer of the latest adaptation of the famous glass slipper princess.
Playing a Russian villain, Branagh is pictured discussing an evil plan on the telephone while walking near St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.
Defeating Evangeline Lilly and Felicity Jones, the 'Anna Karenina' actress is in talks to be Chris Pine's leading lady in the anticipated novel-adapted movie.
Nora believes they're on the right path, Bill talks about evolving, and Sookie complains about being tired of hearing voices and chased by vampires.
Branagh, who also directs the novel-adapted film, shares some updates on the long-gestating project as stating that the filming will start in September and 'we'll be shooting through until Christmas.'
Other royal honor recipients include boybander Gary Barlow, Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton, pro golfer Luke Donald and goalkeeper David James.
Branagh is in talks to replace Jack Bender, who recently exited the long-gestating movie adaptation of Tom Clancy's novel due to scheduling conflict.
In his response to the lawsuit alleging him of winning $300,000 in illegal poker, the former 'Spider-Man' star admits to playing in the Texas Hold 'Em matches, but denies they were 'controlled games'.
The show's alums including Josh Duhamel and Carol Burnett will return before it ends its long run on September 23.
In their effort to end Voldemort's power and immortality, Ron and Hermione open the door to the Secret and Chambers to get to the Basilisk skeleton.
The 'Machete' actress blames 'the psychotic paparazzi' and rules out alcohol as the cause of her wobbly walk when leaving a Hollywood restaurant after a night of partying with Emile Hirch and friends.
The sequel to the Chris Hemsworth-starring film is set for 2013 release, but Branagh may not tackle the directing job again.