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The Art Howe of 'Moneyball' reveals his drug problems came back after his use of prescription pills escalates to snorting heroin.
The rapper drops the clip inspired by the 10-year anniversary of his 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' ' debut album.
Released during the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival, the still teases a dark and gritty tone of the movie about an immigrant who shows up in Hamburg after surviving a brutal torture.
The new gamemaker is seen clad in a well-tailored purple suit as he stands next to Haymitch Abernathy at what seems to be a high-end party in the Capitol.
The Lancaster Dodd of 'The Master' is set to make his second directorial effort with the Depression Era ghost tale, which script is included in 2011 Black List.
Maddy wants to spend more time with her children, saying, 'I really feel that I would be an irresponsible parent if I didn't stop my tour.'
The OWN owner leads the yearly list, followed by the 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' helmer and his fellow directors Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bruckheimer.
As Hoffman is heard declaring that man is 'not a part of the animal kingdom,' Joaquin Phoenix can be seen getting steamy with some women and losing his temper when dealing with the police.
The 'Capote' actor says that he's strongly attracted to Plutarch Heavensbee in the 'Hunger Games' sequel, dubbing the new gamemaker 'somebody who's part of the revolution.'
Words are, the 'Capote' actor has been offered to play the new Head Gamemaker of The Hunger Games who masterminds the plan to break the tributes out of the arena.
The Art Howe of 'Moneyball' will allegedly supervise a TV hit and is developing a new series for U.S. network HBO.
Despite extensive marketing campaign which includes a sponsored Twitter trend, virtual billboards and bus ads, the drama's rating plunged steeply in the second episode.
The couple, who was married in 2001 and has two sons together, officially ended their bond as L.A. County Superior Court judge granted their divorce petition.
The 'Glee' star is thrown as another contender of the love interest of Peter Parker, while Philip Seymour Hoffman is said being considered to portray Spider-Man's nemesis.
During a live concert in Singapore, the outspoken rapper says he's the one to blame for what happened a year ago but now he's a new man.