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The ex-husband of Sandra Bullock loses the tip of his right pinky finger when working on a machine in his motorcycle shop.
The 'Sin City' actress wears a white beaded dress with a daringly high slit and a plunging neckline at the Film Festival.
The potential role which Lee Pace has landed in the Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana-starring film has reportedly been found out now.
The on-screen lovers in the Liberace biopic suit up for the special screening, which is attended by Jessica Chastain, Rosario Dawson and Christoph Waltz in addition to the HBO movie's crew.
The 'Mind Games' actor is planning a summer wedding with his fiance, saying that they will hold an 'intimate and small' nuptials in backyard.
A crazy bachelor party in Las Vegas awaits Douglas, the last remaining single one among the four men, in the first trailer for Jon Turteltaub's comedy film.
Jennifer Lawrence, as her iconic character, stands tall on a cliff in the official poster for the 'Hunger Games' sequel.
To New York Magazine, Douglas talks about his HBO movie 'Behind the Candelabra', saying that he and co-star Matt Damon felt comfortable filming their intimate scene after having first kiss.
Cameron Douglas, according to the judge, 'has shown himself to be a poor candidate for treatment or leniency.'
The 'NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service' actor and wife Bojana Jankovic have already considered a lot of names for their baby who will arrive early this fall.
Douglas' Liberace hires Damon's Scott Thorson as his personal friend and companion, and introduces him to his plastic surgeon, played by Rob Lowe.
The first footage from the Liberace biopic also sees Douglas' titular character sporting various extravagant outfits and surprising Damon's Scott Thorson with a fancy car.
The British rock trio unveils the clip for a yet-to-be-released track off their current platinum-selling album.
The 'Guys Do It All the Time' singer is ordered by judge to go to rehab after admitting that she turns to alcohol to help ease her pain following her boyfriend's death.
Joe Courtney alleges that the film depicts his home state in a negative light with a scene that features two Connecticut congressmen voted against the 13th amendment.