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The Christian Slater-starring comedy, which was almost canceled in 2011, will be replaced by encores of 'New Girl' starting April 24.
Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner are also on hand to support the special screening event taking place at the El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood.
After her sexy image pops out on business cards for a Spanish-speaking adult store, the 'Iron Man 2' actress sarcastically says such report secures 'the knowledge of my legions of Mexican fans.'
When asked how the 'Avengers' actress' image ended up on the cards, VIP's store manager claims it was the company, where the owner ordered the cards from, that did it.
The ex-girlfriend of Nick Jonas enjoys a sunny day with some friends in a park and spends a warm night at the front yard.
The mash-up of Duran Duran's tracks is sung by Darren Criss and Matthew Bomer, while the cover of Christina Aguilera's song is performed solo by Criss.
The 'Bourne Legacy' actor says that although the two heroes were not born with super powers, they are not the weakest in the group because they could 'complement each other.'
Although he has struck a deal with federal prosecutors in his celebrity hacking case, Christopher Chaney is still facing up to 60 years in prison and 3 years probation.
Due to her ex-husband's blooming romance with 'Gossip Girl' star Blake Lively, Johansson refuses to keep her relationship with him civil.
Johansson will be joined by James D'Arcy, Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren in 'Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho', which has Sacha Gervasi serving as the director.
The 15-year-old actress is in final talks to star in 'Can a Song Save Your Life?', playing Mark Rufallo's daughter.
With Johansson being cast as the female lead, the '500 Days of Summer' actor is set to direct and write a comedy about 'a modern-day Don Juan' in his quest to become less of a 'selfish dick.'
A long time friend of the 'Lost in Translation' actress, Baylin has allowed Johansson's creative juice to flow on her music video.
As soon as Anderson Cooper lets the 'We Bought a Zoo' stars take over his talk show, Scarlett makes a mistake by handing out her mic to one audience.
The 'Avengers' beauty makes the revelation at the New York premiere of 'We Bought a Zoo' when she was asked about the 'scariest moment' on the film.