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Announcing the project is the original series' star Ricky Gervais who tweeted that work will start soon.
His representatives have responded to John Savage's allegation that the comedian's book copies the story from his 'Captain Pottie's Wildlife Encyclopedia.'
Other celebrities who support the lawmakers' decision to ban bullfighting include Brigitte Bardot and Latino variety star Charo.
The actor's bravery as Captain Steven 'Steve' Hiller in the hit movie has topped America's favorite Fourth of July movie moment online poll, while first 'Rocky' movie comes in second.
Perry's song 'California Gurls' still sits on the peak of the chart after debuted four weeks ago.
His album 'Recovery' does not only rule the charts in the U.S. and U.K., but also in Ireland, Switzerland, Austria and Denmark.
Learning that Stewart is a keen golfer, bosses at Golfsmith present her with a full set of clubs and a bag.
Inspired by his past experiences, the actor wants people to make use of CrowdRise.com to organize a fundraising for the charity they care about.
'It was tempting, but the truth is, I believe he is doing the right thing,' Gervais who played the English version of the character said in his blog.
After receiving a complaint from Down's Syndrome Association, Ricky Gervais quickly explains the word 'mong' he used was not meant to be offensive in the context of the routine.
Still unable to believe that he's been asked back after what he said at this year's ceremony, the comedian revealed that he would take a different approach in the 68th ceremony.
'The Office' actor refused to fly to Hong Kong for a 40-minute set although he was offered 1.5 million dollars in payment.
'The Office' star finally decided to change his eating habits after a sausage binge left him feeling sick.
Commenting on Jamie Oliver's new U.S. TV show about shunning fatty food, Ricky Gervais says, 'His heart's in the right place, but he's got no chance. No way.'
The divorcee and the comedian will weigh down their opinion about a real-life couple's issue in Jerry Seinfeld's new NBC show.