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Host Hugh Jackman kicked off the red carpet walk, followed by presenters Maggie Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, and Jonathan Groff among others.
The 'Frank' actress will share stage with Ewan McGregor in the new stage production of Tom Stoppard's critically-acclaimed play.
The Sundance miniseries, starring the 'Dark Knight' actress as the daughter of a Zionist arms procurer, has started filming in London since August 14.
The 'White House Down' actress will play the daughter of a Zionist arms procurer on the eight-part drama.
Lea Michele and Dianna Agron shed tears while shooting their last number in the choir room for the show's season 3 finale, while Jenna Ushkowitz calls the moment 'the end of an era.'
In this Daniel Barnz-directed drama, two mothers from different backgrounds join forces as they take a stand against the failing public school system for the sake of their children's education.
The 'Hysteria' actress has given birth to a baby girl, her second child with actor Peter Sarsgaard, more than a week ago.
The actress revealed that their little family will have another girl in the house but did not tell her due date.
Although she does not show big tummy, the actress reportedly is already six-month along in her pregnancy.
The actor eyes to replace Wesley Snipes in the fourth 'Blade' movie, but he also would love to portray Marvel's character Luke Cage.
The actor claims he would rather spend time with Maggie Gyllenhaal as brother and sister and with her daughter as uncle.
'The list for the candidates came out and Wyclef's name was not on it. That is not true,' so The Fugees star told Larry King.
She would play the daughter of a Victorian England doctor who treats hysterical women and finds a way out.
Maggie Gyllenhaal reveals that her three-year-old daughter Ramona always abides by her rules and even reminds her about her commands.