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The band have teamed up with the popular mobile game to have a special 'rock' edition featuring the members as the evil pigs.
Cage portrays an Alaskan detective who sets out to find the man responsible for the death of at least 17 women, with Vanessa Hudgens playing the killer's surviving victim.
A nun is throwing body parts while walking into the woods in this dark-toned footage set to the sound of church bells.
Nic's former partner in crime kidnaps his daughter and gives only 12 hours for him to give a large amount of money from a bank robbery.
The gritty trailer shows a complicated romance between orphan Pip and heartless heiress Estella in a version that stays true to the original Charles Dickens classic tale.
Miley looks wary as she covers her face with her shirt and arm when going out with her fiance Liam Hemsworth.
Producer Avi Lerner reveals that he's also been in talks with Harrison Ford and Wesley Snipes to have them starring in the third installment of the star-studded action film franchise.
There's an interest from both Lavigne and the show's producers about making her the show's new mentor.
For playing dual roles in 'Jack and Jill', for starring in comedy 'Just Go With It' and for writing the screenplay of 'Bucky Larson', Sandler has to receive the biggest shame.
The 'Ghost Rider' star addresses the bizarre speculation sparked by an 1870 photo of a Tennessee man that bears striking resemblance to him during a visit to 'Late Show with David Letterman'.
Released during the screening of 'Straw Dogs', the trailer of the David Fincher-directed thriller presents the investigation of Harriet Vanger's murder.
Wearing two-piece black suit, the 'Ghost Rider' actor hits the red carpet of his latest thriller's special screening at the Toronto International Film Festival joined by director Joel Schumacher.
The 'Trespass' lead actor shares his real life experience of home invasion while promoting his upcoming thriller at 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
Words are, director Simon West also considers bringing in Christopher Lambert and Christian Slater to join Sylvester Stallone in the sequel to 'The Expendables'.
Anthony Kiedis, Flea and their bandmates get out loud, jamming at the rooftop of a building in Venice Beach during one summer day.