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During the 37th Annual Saturn Awards, the Christopher Nolan-directed movie has claimed Best Science Fiction Film, Best Director, Best Writer award and more.
Jon Favreau calls the 83-year-old actor a pioneer of independent film, while Seth Meyers and Ralph Macchio brand his 70's movie 'The In-Laws' one of the funniest movies of all time.
Kirstie will compete with Hines Ward and Chelsea Kane (aka Chelsea Staub) on 'Dancing with the Stars' final round next week.
The actress previously known as Chelsea Staub got two 10s for her 'highest quality' waltz, while Ralph impressed the judges with his effort to dance despite his injured knee.
In addition to opening up about the next installments for 'X-Men' movie series, producer Lauren Shuler-Donner also shares her thoughts on 'Deadpool' and 'The Wolverine'.
The original 'Karate Kid' actor earns a total of 45 from last night and last week's scores, making him the leader of the pack.
The 'Deuces' singer seems to be 'in a great mood' when he arrives at the Opera Gallery just hours after he was reported smashing a window at the 'Good Morning America' studio in Times Square.
Neve Campbell and Emma Roberts share screen in two of the snippets, while Courteney Cox gets the spotlight in another one.
Breezy shares personal footage and candid moments of him dancing in a car and hanging out with such friends as Pharrell Williams and Timbaland.
Actor Ralph Macchio surprised Carrie Ann Inaba with his smooth Fox Trot while radio personality Mike Catherwood failed to impress with the same type of dance.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy has asked his celebrity partner Kirstie Alley to find a team name while Louis van Amstel reveals he doesn't know Kendra Wilkinson that well.
Kirstie Alley, who is looking forward to lose more pounds, will compete against reality star Kendra Wilkinson and a retired boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard among others.