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The 'SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water' sneak peek also gives a look at Antonio Banderas' pirate character and Slash's cameo.
A fan of the AMC series pitches the insane project that follows two cops who try to answer whether Walter White is alive and where he is.
The English singer-songwriter and the former Guns N' Roses guitarist join other musicians to say goodbye to Deftones' original bassist who passed away on Saturday, April 13 at the age of 42.
Hip-hop artist The-Dream (Terius Nash) releases his latest video from his '1977' studio set.
The tributes come pouring in from music world after the Indian sitar legend passed away on December 11 in San Diego.
The former Guns N' Roses guitarist gets animated and performs at a striptease show, where a sexy dancer seduces a clumsy man before turning his world into a nightmare.
The ex-guitarist of Guns N' Roses claims the story that LiLo hit a pedestrian is 'being blown out of proportion.'
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star cracks a joke about Slash's longtime rival in Guns N' Roses when standing at the podium to fete the guitarist.
The former star of 'The Andy Griffith Show' is remembered by Larry King, Whoopi Goldberg, Ron Howard, Slash and Brad Paisley among other stars.
James Badge Dale is spotted wearing the red, white and blue armor on the Wilmington set of the third 'Iron Man' film.
The 'Shadow Days' singer scores his third No. 1 album on the chart with 'Born and Raised', while the 'American Idol' alum's effort 'Trespassing' falls out of the Top 10 in its second week.
Not long after it's announced that Jim Marshall has died at the age of 88, Slash, Nikki Sixx and more take to Twitter to express their condolence.
Slash has disappointed Velvet Revolver fans by insisting the band will be absent from the music scene for at least 'the next couple of years'.
Visiting the country after the earthquake and tsunami disasters, Slash paid tribute to people's toughness over the tragic tragedy.
After he announced canceling the concert in the wake of Japan disaster, the legendary rocker finally performed a show in the land, admitting the Osaka gig was 'great'.