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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.'
Despite the show's short life, host/interior designer Nate Berkus says he is 'proud of the show we were able to produce every day.'
The freshly released still of the crime drama movie features Brolin's John O'Mara looking furious while pointing a revolver at Penn's Mickey Cohen, who doesn't seem to be frightened at all.
At 18, Hopper Jack Penn will be acting like his age in a short movie called 'Back in the Game', his first Foray into the acting world.
Just weeks after he allegedly split with Scarlett Johansson, the 'Tree of Life' actor is spotted dining with the 'Franklin and Bash' actress at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles.
Reaching millions of American TV audience on 'American Idol', Scotty continues his domination by making chart history.
I aM mE beat ICONic Boyz on the June 5 finale where the two crews danced together to Pink's 'Raise Your Glass'.
After having been rumored calling it quits, the pair are snapped posing together for a picture at the backstage of 2011 Guys Choice Awards.
The new album is pushed back to August to give the '6 Foot 7 Foot' rapper more time to be 'perfecting a few things' and 'changing a few lines.'
The company has allegedly acquired the rights for the DC Comic graphic novel, which tells a story of a superhero who turns out to be a supervillain.