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The star of 'The Avengers' addresses people's speculation that he had an awkward moment while sitting beside the fashion designer, tweeting, 'I had a ball sitting next to' Victoria yesterday.
The event will be held at the Ace Hotel this weekend to benefit Film Independent's programming efforts at LACMA.
The sequel to 'A Good Day to Die Hard' will reportedly bring back John McClane's buddy from 'Die Hard with a Vengeance.'
The Nick Fury depicter in Marvel's cinematic universe is confident he will voice Frozone in the sequel because director Brad Bird told him so.
Angelina Jolie and her longterm partner Brad Pitt are among those scheduled to present the statuette on the upcoming ceremony.
The 'RoboCop' actor goes on a tirade against KTLA reporter Sam Rubin for asking him about a Super Bowl commercial which stars Fishburne.
The Nick Fury depicter in Marvel's cinematic universe is circling an unspecified role, while the 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' actor is expected to play John Connor.
Playing the bad guy, the 'Inglorious Basterds' actor is seen shooting Firth during the filming in Surrey, England.
The actor slams the president in the October issue of Playboy, telling him to 'be f***ing presidential.'
Jackson lands a villainous role that has been passed on by Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Cruise.
The Nick Fury in the Marvel Universe is attached to be the president of the United States in Jalmari Helander's first English-language film.
Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Chris Evans are all set to present the golden statuettes to the winners of the 85th Academy Awards.
The Nick Fury depicter in 'The Avengers' delivers a foul-mouthed cover to Swift's hit break-up song during his recent appearance at a U.K.'s radio show.
The 'Final Destination 2' director passed away at 60 years old while filming his latest project 'Kite'.
When a Houston-based interviewer aims to ask his opinion on the racial controversy surrounding 'Django Unchained', Jackson refuses to answer the question unless the reporter says the N-word.