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The 'Campaign' director, who helmed the first three 'Austin Powers' films, says that he and Mike Myers have 'tried to figure out what the right story would be' for the fourth movie.
Rumor has it, the Edward Cullen of 'Twilight Saga' movie series was surrounded by his friends who 'kept him protected from prying eyes.'
Rumor has it, the veteran singing competition show has contacted the 'I'll Be Missing You' rapper to be one of the judges in the twelfth season.
University of California explains that Justin Combs is awarded the scholarship due to his athletic and academic talent, not based on his financial need.
The rapper got in the good mood on Memorial Day weekend that he told fellow party-goers that he will marry someone without pre-nup.
Taking place at Christ Presbyterian on Wednesday, May 23 afternoon, the memorial service for the Queen of Disco saw David Foster performing 'The Prayer' with Natalie Grant.
The 44-city trek will begin in Glendale, Arizona on September 29, 2012 and will end in Miami Florida on January 26, 2013.
On Tuesday, May 22 night, the fiance of Angelina Jolie threw an intimate party to celebrate the premiere of his upcoming movie, 'Killing Them Softly', with 100 of his closest friends and co-stars.
The Diddy-Dirty Money founder becomes the wealthiest Hip-Hopper for earning $550 million, while Jigga is the second-richest star with $460 million in his pocket.
An unemployed man with the history of mental illness managed to convince the security guards that he is a member of Diddy's entourage.
Also among those taking to Twitter to pay tribute to Biggie Smalls on the anniversary of his death are hip-hop producer Jermaine Dupri, 'Entourage' actor Jerry Ferrara and NBA star LeBron James.
Criticizing Relativity Media's marketing campaign for his upcoming directorial film, Singh complains, 'The movie looks fantastic and the trailers look so hammily off.'
The 'Above the Cloudz' rapper is chilling with Fabolous and Meek Mill in a music video directed by Aristotle Torres.
The rapper got into a mass brawl involving a drunk guy's friends and his own entourage.
Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs' network Revolt, which is set to launch in 2013, is designed to have programming inspired by music and pop culture.