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The Gretta depicter and the actor who plays a record producer get cozy while filming romantic scene for the John Carney-directed drama musical.
The Gnarls Barkley star is forced to postpone his show in the Sin City due to scheduling conflicts with 'The Voice'.
The teaser highlights the relationship between Castle and Beckett, who 'crossed the line' when they hooked up in the fourth season finale.
Joined by Hailee Steinfeld, Knightley and Ruffalo share a gleeful moment on a park bench in New York while filming a scene for 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'
The dramatic promo video features the SAMCRO men riding their bikes through a bridge where Tara and Gemma are awaiting, while Dan Auerbach's song 'Trouble Weighs a Ton' plays.
Being snapped for the first time on the New York set of 'Can a Song Save Your Life?', Ruffalo opts for a modest look as Steinfeld bares her tummy in a sexy outfit.
One photo from the last film in the 'Twilight Saga' series shows vampire Bella and Edward standing side-by-side, while the other features werewolf Jacob rocking a black shirt in a close-up shot.
Along with Scarlett Johansson, Ruffalo dishes on the challenge in bringing The Hulk to life in 'Avengers', which domestic pre-sales amount is already bigger than the previous Marvel films combined.
Admitting that he wants to star in a standalone film about the Marvel green giant, Ruffalo says, 'I'm hoping we're going to see a 'Hulk' movie.'
The wife of Jay-Z gives a sexy glare in an image taken to promote the spring/summer 2012 collection of her new fashion brand.
Having earned a degree from the Owner/President Manager Program, the host and creator of 'America's Next Top Model' shares snapshots of herself that were taken on her graduation day.
The high-resolution fresh image gives a look at Mark Ruffalo's green beast character as he lets loose his emotion while seemingly getting ready to launch an attack.
The 15-year-old actress is in final talks to star in 'Can a Song Save Your Life?', playing Mark Rufallo's daughter.
Although he has done his research for 'Sympathy for Delicious', 'The Kids Are All Right' actor/director continues to lend a hand in a soup kitchen whenever he can.
Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival saved Mark Ruffalo from quitting the business.