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The third 'Hunger Games' movie collects three big wins including Best Male and Female Performance for Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence.
Shailene Woodley, Orlando Bloom, and Evangeline Lilly join the victorious stars who have already won the Golden Popcorn at the live telecast in Los Angeles.
Bloom, who is honored with the 2,521st star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, wears a blue suit and white shirt when attending the unveiling ceremony with his son Flynn.
The next several names in the list that the actress reportedly wrote while joking around with her friends have been revealed.
Miranda Kerr's former husband is seen riding his Ducati motorcycle with the French actress at the Roger Room in Los Angeles.
In an interview with Elle magazine, the Legolas depicter talks about love, saying, 'I really believe in, you know, that sort of heart-to-heart connection.'
The male stars namely Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Orlando Bloom and Luke Evans as well as guest Ed Sheeran suit up for the special screening at the TCL Chinese Theatre.
In an interview with CBS' 'Sunday Morning', the 'Lord of the Rings' actor opens up about separation from his wife, saying that their marriage was 'challenging.'
When asked if he and Miranda are still friends after they split, the 'Lord of the Rings' star says that they are not friends, adding, 'We're family.'
A representative for Orlando confirms that the actor and his wife are going separate ways, saying, 'They have recently decided to formalize their separation.'
The husband of Victoria's Secret Angel Miranda Kerr sings along to the 2006 viral hit to celebrate his final day as Legolas on the set of 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again'.
Perry is joined in the music category by the likes of Rick Springfield and the late Tupac Shakur, while Bloom is joined by such actors as Matthew McConaughey and Liam Neeson.
The comedy family show will continue airing new episodes until early 2014, bringing it to 100 episodes before ending its run.
The first teaser video for Peter Jackson's second 'Hobbit' film shows off Bloom as the son of Lee Pace's character Thranduil and Benedict Cumberbatch's titular dragon.
Bloom and Whitaker heated up the premiere of their out-of-competition film, in which they play two Cape Town cops, on May 26.