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Baldwin will voice the protagonist and Spacey will voice the antagonist in the movie based on Marla Frazee's award-winning picture book.
A Massachusetts woman, who terrorized the Oscar-winning actor in what prosecutors called a 'persistent and malevolent' cyberstalking campaign, was sentenced to more than four years in prison.
Spacey, in his alter ego, poses as Bill Clinton to find out what Mrs. Clinton will get her husband on his 68th birthday and suggest names for their grandchild.
Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick, Dale and Kurt decide to become their own bosses by launching their own business.
The 'House of Cards' actor was annoyed when a phone rang during his performance in London's Old Vic theater and yelled to the audience, 'If you don't answer that, I will!'
The 'House of Cards' actor runs a powerful military corporation, seeking to destroy democracy and become the world's next leader.
Washington feels 'really blessed' with the lead drama actress nom but she hasn't had time to celebrate it, while Hader calls the nomination 'such a nice surprise and such an honor.'
The 'American Idol' alum is using his birthday to raise funds for global cultural diversity.
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' actress didn't rip her blue gown when walking to the stage of the show, but she exposed a sheer lining between the top part and the train of her dress instead.
The new mom is beaming with happiness as she makes her way back home accompanied by partner Gerard Pique, five days after giving birth to their son in a Barcelona hospital.
Upon learning that her little sister secretly 'borrows' her milk, Kourtney Kardashian says, 'My sister is stealing my breast milk? What a weirdo.'
Directed by Oscar-winning director David Fincher, Netflix's upcoming series follows a ruthless politician who eyes the top job in Washington, D.C.
Adam Lazzara and his bandmates poke fun at anyone who got meteoric fame through online world.
The brand new promo video for the Jennifer Aniston-starring black comedy centers on Kevin's character Dave Harken, who is described as a 'slave-driving psycho' and the 's**ttiest boss ever'.
Walters calls her late ex-boyfriend 'the most exciting, exhilarating actor of his generation,' while Spacey says, 'He [Postlethwaite] was a great man of the theater.'