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Hopper Penn apologizes for his words after he reportedly got into argument with an African-American Paparazzo and called him 'n***er' and 'f****t.'
In the latest issue of THR, W.R. Wilkerson III expresses his 'sincerest apologies and deepest regrets to those who were victimized by this unfortunate incident.'
Sources say Bell will leave the NBC morning program to take a full-time position at NBC Sports, where he had worked for 16 years.
Australian rock group, INXS, confirm their break up and say it is time to step away from the touring area.
Set as a potential franchise for the 'Milk' actor, the novel-adapted film sees Penn playing an international operative who is betrayed by his own company.
Although Ross visits a lawyer, her goal reportedly is to reunite with her director husband Rupert Sanders.
Marking Penn's first directorial effort since 2007's 'Into the Wild', the upcoming film is based on a true story about Norman Ollestad who survived a fatal plane crash when he was only 11.
During a one-on-one with host Ann Curry, the actor teared up as he answered her question about his hope for the shattered country.
A day before the auction takes place, the 'Gangster Squad' actor told a room full of journalists at the Cannes Film Festival that 'the whole f***ing world' abandoned the impoverished country.
Gosling joins Josh Brolin to take down mafia boss Penn, who runs all the illegal businesses in 1949's Los Angeles just after the World War II.
Joined on-stage by the Dalai Lama and former Polish President Lech Walesa, the 'Tree of Life' star says, 'It's an overused phrase, I know, but I trust you know its genuine today, I am humbled.'
Resembling The Cure's vocalist Robert Smith, Penn's Cheyenne is seen driving alone in his pick-up while on his way to find an ex-Nazi who murders his father.
During a radio interview, Alonso claims that the 'Tree of Life' actor called her a 'pig' when she confronted him about his public support of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
One of the music videos sees the cast decorating Christmas tree together, and the other features them spending the holiday in a small community gathering.
In response to criticism that the kid-friendly movie spreads anti-capitalism message with its Tex Richman character, James Bobin insists that Tex is simply 'a classic, old school bad guy.'