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The teaser warns this could be 'the last winter of humankind' as snow can be a terrible weapon on the wrong hand.
An important scene in the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel is presumably unveiled in the casting calls which go under the code name of 'London Calling'.
Stepping out without Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge is all smiles and looks stunning in a green dress when paying tribute to some athletes at BBC's Sports Personality of the Year Awards.
Debuting with $84.6 million, 'An Unexpected Journey' becomes the biggest grosser ever for a December release, breaking the record previously held by 'I Am Legend'.
A children's choir sang a touching tribute of the Christmas classic in the opening of the comedy-driven show.
When doing a press for 'Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted', the Canadian actor says of the on-air blunder, 'There's no ill will intended.'
While Kathie offers 'sincerest apologies' to Martin and his family on Twitter, the Canadian actor doesn't 'make a huge deal about it' and appreciate if everyone else does the same.
The former 'Saturday Night Live' star will replace Dave Foley who was seen interviewing Marshall for a job at an environmental law firm last season.
Additionally, Tom Hiddleston and Stellan Skarsgard are confirmed to appear in the superhero movie, while Paul Bettany reveals he will provide voice for J.A.R.V.I.S.
Representative has confirmed that Reina Capodici, the wife of the runner-up on the first season of 'American Idol', has given birth to their first son together on Tuesday, April 26.
The comedian made use of his 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' appearance to debut a trailer to fake movie where he is not only The Situation but also Snooki and JWoww.
Asked to perform a musical number, the funnyman sings about Robert Downey Jr. and Charlie Sheen whose infamous rehab stints made headlines.
Along with Ennio Morricone, Bjork was handed $136,000 and presented with a trophy at the ceremony of Sweden's most high-profile music award.
According to Bert and Patti, the parents of Matthew Newton, the actor has threatened to kill himself 'many times.'
Paul Reubens maintains he's innocent and insists the officers who arrested him had their facts all wrong, saying 'I'm right-handed, and the police report said I was jerking off with my left hand.'