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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.
The 'Die Hard' actor expresses his concern that the new laws could infringe on Second Amendment rights and says he didn't believe there's a link between the mass shootings and Hollywood movies.
A representative explains that the 'ChrisRealBrown' instagram doesn't belong to the 'Don't Judge Me' singer despite rumors to the contrary.
The pregnant daughter of the Kardashian family says, 'I do not want to be married to (Humphries) when I have my baby.'
Playing Liberace and his boyfriend Scott Thorson respectively, the two actors look sharp in their retro outfits in the picture for the biopic.
A New York City mobster reportedly has put a $100 bounty on Cameron Douglas to pay him for testifying against his drug suppliers.
The actor, who is famously known as an active Democratic fundraiser, will play the former Republican President in the Cold War-era political drama to be produced by the 'Prometheus' helmer.
The 'Source Code' producer has been elected by the Academy's Board of Governors to tackle the presiding duty, which was previously held by Tom Sherak since 2009.
The 'Wall Street' actor and the 'Contagion' hunk sport retro style as they portray the flamboyant pianist and his live-in lover Scott Thorson respectively in TV movie 'Behind the Candelabra'.
The 'Wall Street' actor has been chosen to serve as the presenter at the 2012 Academy Awards, joining other A-listers, including Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, and more.
The film called 'Behind the Candelabra' will start shooting for the cable channel next summer under the direction of Steven Soderbergh.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are shielding their two children from the actress' struggle with bipolar disorder because they have just come to terms with their father's recent cancer battle