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The 'Twilight Saga' on- and off-screen lovers top the list compiled by Forbes with $1.17 billion domestic box office revenue from the last three years.
Angus T. Jones' 'Two and a Half Men' public rant and Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' secret wedding are some of stories that caught people off guard in the past year.
Rumor has it, Leonardo DiCaprio gave her away in the low-key nuptials attended by a small group of close friends and family members.
Thanks to her low-budget but high-earning movie 'Black Swan', Portman is deemed a worthy actor to hire.
The Snow White depicter confirms that she will reprise her role in the follow-up movie, enthusing, 'Oh, it's gonna be f***in' amazing."
The 'Tik Tok' hitmaker clarifies that she misspoke about her latest track due to emotion and sadness over the Newton school shooting.
Due to scheduling conflict, the 'Argo' helmer decides to drop out of the comedy project to be directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.
The Bella Swan of the 'Twilight Saga' movies also apologizes to her fans for making them angry as saying, 'It was not my intention.'
'It's like, 'It must be weird to sit down and watch your a** with your mom,' but it's so weird, being on the inside of it,' Kristen says of how she feels when watching her steamy scenes with her mom.
The TV watchdog group thinks the AMC series isn't suitable for a 14-year-old child because of its graphic and brutally intense violence.
The troubled 'Mean Girls' star may lose her valuable items in the storage unit if she doesn't pay her $16,000 bill for the locker soon.
Becoming the center of attention at the Big Apple screening event, Stewart goes high fashion in a two-piece outfit under a see-through mini dress that she pairs with neon-colored pumps.
Although she has a basic in classical music, the Russian singer wants to try a new direction for her new album.
Stewart has confirmed herself that she will play a newcomer to a con artist business opposite Affleck.
Among other celebrities attending the gala are Will Smith, Bradley Cooper, Helen Hunt, Steven Spielberg, Richard Gere and George Lucas.