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After a three-year break pursuing each of their own solo projects, the four members of the pop punk band reunite for a new album and tour.
The promo video has a tagline which reads, 'Say goodbye to the outside world,' as it highlights a place trapped under an invisible shield.
Timberlake, DeGeneres and Neil Patrick Harris take to Twitter to post congratulatory messages to the Baltimore Ravens after it beat out the San Francisco 49ers.
Among other artists participating in the Los Angeles charity mission for Thanksgiving are Eileen Davidson, Malin Akerman, Blair Underwood, Kirk Douglas and Tatyana Ali.
The first movie's cast Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Neil Patrick Harris and others will return for 'Cloudy 2: Revenge of the Leftovers'.
The musical tragicomedy miniseries from Joss Whedon, which was originally made for Internet distribution, will air October 9 on The CW.
Cooper says in a letter posted publicly, 'The fact is, I'm gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn't be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud.'
The host jokes, 'Any concerns I had about this 'Spider-Man' rig failing have been overshadowed by the searing pain in my junk.'
Taking the stage along with Amanda Seyfried, Patti LuPone, Lilla Crawford and the cast of 'The Book of Mormon', Harris cheers up the audience as he sings and dances with a number of backup dancers.
The John Tiffany-directed musical claims a total of six prizes including the Best Book of a Musical award, while 'Peter and the Starcatcher' trails behind with four gongs.
Wiz Khalifa is interrogated for a robbery allegation, while Darrelle Revis has his car landing on a big mud pile.
Also flooding Twitter with thank-you notes and gratitude messages for the real-life heroes are Ellen DeGeneres, Nicki Minaj, Neil Patrick Harris, Larry King and Kim Kardashian.
Alec Baldwin, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Adam Levine, Kim Kardashian and Samantha Ronson have all applauded Mr. President for agreeing with them to make same-sex marriage federally legal.
The 'Pumped Up Kicks' hitmakers are turned into human robots after they are crushed during a video shoot gone wrong.
Seth Green, Nathan Fillion as well as Alfred Molina will also lend their voice in the episode that features Superman, Batman, Green Lantern and more superhero characters.