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Laika has announced a new project with star-studded voice cast which include Ralph Fiennes and Rooney Mara in addition to the 'True Detective' alum and Theron.
The three big stars are negotiating to join the comedy about a Hollywood fixer directed by Joel and Ethan Coen.
Both 'Harry Potter' and 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villains are top choices to headline the Gary Oldman-directed biopic of English photographer Eadweard Muybridge.
The new promo video offers glimpses of Oliver Queen's past, including when he's stranded on an island and how he survives the condition.
The 'Confessions' hitmaker caters the crowd flocking to the Rockefeller Center with 'OMG, 'Without U', 'Climax' and 'Scream'.
The Voldemort of the 'Harry Potter' film series sports curl hair and beard to resemble the look of the acclaimed 'Oliver Twist' author.
Fiennes, who is said to be playing an agent named Gareth Mallory, is pictured wearing a suit and pointing a gun from behind what seems to be a wooden wall.
Unveiled on a giant billboard, the artwork features a train from New York Central System with '2.7.12' attached on it.
Producer Robert Carlock reveals that Tina Fey and the writer team are set to feature the death of the North Korean dictator on the 'Dance Like Nobody's Watching' episode which airs on January 12.
The 'Savages' actress will be inducted into the Legion d'Honneur with the rank of Chevalier or Knight as her father-in-law Francois Pinault is promoted into the rank of Grand Officer.
The twangy song was co-written by the estranged wife of Russell Brand for another artist named Jessie James.
The 'Kourtney and Kim Take New York' star shares her outlook for the New Year as she bade goodbye to 2011, which saw her divorcing husband of 72 days, Kris Humphries, in Las Vegas.
Lindzi impresses Ben Flajnik with her horse, while Jenna is mortified by Monica's lesbian confession and upset when the latter tries to hit on Ben.
Rumor has it, Judi Dench will make her final apearance as the MI6 head in the 23rd James Bond film with Fiennes tackling the role of a government agent who is set to take over her position.
In response to the 'Tower Heist' director's apology, AMPAS president Tom Sherak says the academy is standing by him before adding, 'We all make mistakes and I believe he didn't mean it.'