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Lupita Nyong'o and Adele Exarchopoulos were reportedly considered for the Native American princess role before it went to the 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' star.
The 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' star is eyed to play the Native American princess in the adventure fantasy movie to be directed by Joe Wright.
Johansson opts for a flower and medallion print mini dress, while her co-star Mara goes with a semi-sheer white frock.
The 'Black Swan' actor replaces Philip Seymour Hoffman, while the 'Social Network' actress fills in for Mia Wasikowska.
The 'Side Effects' actress and the 'Catch Me If You Can' actor are signed on to star in the Stephen Daldry-directed thriller.
The Nate Ruess-fronted band played in front of the Jersey Shore crowd over Memorial Day weekend.
Affleck stars as Bob Muldoon, a man who takes responsibility for the shooting of an officer by his wife Ruth Guthrie, in the promo video for the 2013 Sundance entry from director David Lowery.
The sad-but-happy road trip themed clip is for the second single off their very successful self-titled album.
Along with Channing Tatum and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mara and Law gush about their experience working on the set with the Oscar-winning filmmaker for the gritty medical thriller.
Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas and Vinessa Shaw are among the other famous faces spotted on the red carpet event at the AMC Lincoln Square Theatre.
There is additionally a snippet that sees Mara insisting to talk for 'five minutes' with Jude Law, who's in the middle of enjoying his time with his wife.
The feuding family members of the 'Modern Family' teenage star agree to work out their issues in counseling pending a new hearing in March.
Calling into 'Today' to share his feelings about her daughter's pregnancy and becoming a grandfather, the former U.S. President jokingly says he wants his grandchild to call him 'sir.'
The 'Scream and Shout' songstress edges out Taylor Swift and Rihanna and becomes Forbes' top-earning female music artist with an estimated $58 million income for 2012.
Rebecca Hall is also in the running to star as the leading lady of Depp's Max, whose brain is uploaded into a supercomputer by his wife following his death.