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Representatives for both Lindsay Lohan and Liam Neeson denied that the actress is seeing the actor's 18-year-old son Michael.
Neeson plays a U.S. marshal who finds out that he's being set up for an airplane hijacking after learning that his bank account is used by the mysterious hijacker.
The Irish actor reportedly has agreed to reprise his role as retired U.S. spy Bryan Mills in the next installment.
Frank Langella, Alfred Molina and Quvenzhane Wallis are also added to the cast of Roger Allers' animated feature.
Adrienne didn't come to the taping of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' reunion because a legal document that she signed with former husband prevents her from doing so.
A sequel to the 2012 horror thriller, 'Sinister', is in the works with Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill returning to pen the script.
The 'Iron Man' actress is not fond of her Calvin Klein dress at the 2000 Oscars and her Alexander McQueen look at the 2002 Academy Awards.
The first-ever 'American Idol' winner debuts her new song at Sony Nashville show backed up the Pistol Annies.
Homer Simpson and his family put their spin on the dance craze, joined by other Springfield residents.
The 'A-Team' star has joined other voice cast members in the animated comedy based on short animation 'Surly Squirrel'.
The 'Taken 2' actor is rumored to have ended his relationship with Freya St. Johnston in order to focus more on his work and two sons.
While the 'Taken' sequel scores the biggest ever October debut for a PG-13 film, Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' has a sluggish opening despite the fact that it receives glowing reviews.
The 'Battleship' actor sits inside a dunk tank in a hot pink speedo and soaks wet from head to toe after being drenched with water.
As his ex-wife is taken by a gang of mobsters during a vacation in Turkey, Liam's Bryan Mills must go back in action to save his family and take out the kidnappers one by one.
Returning as CIA operative Bryan Mills, Liam also discusses his character development in the upcoming sequel to 2008's 'Taken'.