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'Spotlight' refers to the team of Boston Globe reporters who exposed decades-long sexual abuse of minors by Catholic priests.
More secrets will be revealed and 'Mickey made a big mess that somebody has to clean up' in the upcoming season of the crime drama series.
The movie based on James McBride's award-winning book will tell the story of real-life hero John Brown through the eyes of his young slave companion.
The clip sees Liev Schreiber's James trying to understand women through his phone conversations with Jeanne Tripplehorn's Nina.
The first manned mission to Mars turns horrible when the crew member gets infected with bacteria which they possibly just found on the Red Planet.
The 'Salt' actor ends up breaking up a fight between a photographer who was taking his picture and a waiter who originally tried to help him get away.
Naomi Watts stepped in to honour her actor partner Liev Schreiber at the opening of the Israel Film Festival in New York after their author pal Jonathan Safran Foer was forced to pull out of the event
Find out if Redfoo and Sky Blu can walk home as this year's champion of so-called Broom Cup Finals.
Angelina Jolie explained why she took the role in 'Salt' and Aaron Eckhart shared the three weeks he and other stars of 'Battle: Los Angeles' spent at Marine boot camp training in Louisiana.
Donning dark ensemble, the real-life couple hits the black carpet rolled in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Monday, July 19.
A spokesperson for Liev Schreiber says the actor's solo vacation to Tahiti is 'not evidence of a rift between the couple.'
Attending the Broadway's biggest night, Scarlett sported an emerald green Elie Saab gown, while Cate, who presented Best Revival of a Play and Best Play awards, donned silver organza evening suit.
Shooting down reports suggesting the marriage between Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts is on the rocks, the actor's rep says that the stories are 'ridiculous' and 'false'.
Liev Schreiber admits that he is occasionally distracted by teenagers who scream their love for Scarlett Johansson during his play 'A View From the Bridge', saying 'It just burned me.'
Liev Schreiber has fired back his Broadway co-star for exaggerating an embarrassing incident during their play, saying 'All she could think of saying was that I hawked a loogie'.