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The 'Dark Shadows' actor and the 'Devil Wears Prada' actress are in negotiations to star in Walt Disney Pictures' adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's Broadway musical.
The actress calls the former U.K. prime minister 'a figure of awe,' while the ex-candidate of U.S. vice president praises the late politician for her 'iron will.'
The wax figurine of the 'Perks of Being a Wallflower' star sits on a sofa and dons an Eli Saab dress the actress wore at a 2011 red-carpet event in Hong Kong.
The 'Late Show' host admits to James Franco that he banned Harmony Korine from his show after catching the filmmaker going through the 'Kramer vs. Kramer' actress' purse.
The 'Locked Out of Heaven' singer releases the visulas of his new single lifted off the 'Unorthodox Jukebox' album.
The four top winners at the 2012 Academy Awards are set to join Mark Wahlberg and Ted as the presenters during the February 24 Oscars ceremony.
The 'Iron Lady' leading actress is also asked about her other co-stars like Tom Cruise, Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman.
Nicole Kidman, Rita Wilson, Billy Crystal, Justin Timberlake and Sarah Silverman are some other stars who mourn the loss of the 'Sleepless in Seattle' director.
Streep's Maeve and Lee Jones' Arnold go to a small town to meet a relationship guru in order to get some sex tips to spice up their long-time marriage life.
Also significantly supporting the call to urge the MPAA to lower the rating for the controversial documentary are Tommy Hilfiger, Ellen DeGeneres, Demi Lovato and AMC CEO Gerry Lopez.
Two Rhode Island charities, Upward Bound and Segue Institute for Learning, receive the check from the 'Iron Lady' star the morning after she beat Davis for Best Actress title at 2012 Academy Awards.
Streep is slammed by Thatcher's former allies, who are disappointed because the Baroness was not mentioned when the 'Iron Lady' actress received her Best Actress gong at the 2012 Academy Awards.
The 'Iron Lady' actress has been cast to star as the 'Pretty Woman' star's pill-popping mother in the upcoming drama based on Pulizer and Tony-winning play by Tracy Letts.
The network has picked up 13 episodes of the new TV show project, which is based on the serial killer in Thomas Harris' novels.
The tweet comes hours after the 'Next 2 You' singer deletes a previous post in which he tells his haters, 'HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY.'