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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'.
Recalling his difficult experience in shooting the thriller in the Alaskan wilderness, Neeson says that he was nearly 'curled up' and dead when he had to work on a 40 minus degrees set.
The estranged husband of Heidi Klum sings a romantic song about asking a lover to stick together through the trials and tribulations in life.
The promo video of the Liam Neeson-starring thriller gives a look at plenty of explicit scenes that include more carnage, dead bodies and a group of men fighting to survive from being eaten by wolves.
Alexis Krauss and Derek E. Miller are romping around the town in this newly-unveiled music video.
Adding fuel to rumors that Batman's old enemy could appear in the upcoming movie, the actor playing al Ghul in 'Batman Begins' admits that he was actually on the film's set to shoot a minor scene.
Despite her insecurities, the 'Ringer' star would never turn to another famous woman's body for inspiration because she knows about the airbrushing, trainers and food programs.
The 'Batman Begins' actor is the leader of a group of men who are stranded in Alaskan wilderness and must struggle to avoid being eaten by a vicious pack of rouge wolves.
In the copy of the emergency call, on-off boyfriend Gary Shirley is heard telling the operator that the 'Teen Mom' star has told him, 'Call the police, they're going to find my body in the garage.'