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The Michael Scott depicter is said to return for a cameo rather than a full-fledged guest appearance in the NBC series' farewell song.
The 'She's the Man' star slams every news that says her parents talk to reporters on her behalf, because she no longer speaks to her parents.
Carell portrays Trent, who often picks on his girlfriend's introverted son Duncan, calling him 'a 3' out of 10.
The 'Incredible Burt Wonderstone' stars will reunite in the TV movie based on a real-life story about feuding paleontologists.
Carell plays an old-schooled magician whose tricks can no longer wow his audience, while Carrey stars as an eccentric street magician who shows silly tricks but successfully gains a lot of fans.
The dramedy directed by Jim Rash and Nax Faxon reportedly is sold to Fox Searchlight for a reported $9.75 million, the biggest in Sundance history.
The hilarious trailer for 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' shows a fierce rivalry between Carell and Carrey as two famed magicians from different genres.
'When [the morning sickness] started happening really late [in the pregnancy] and I was really vomiting a lot during the day, it freaked me out,' says the former Playboy model.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress is courted to tackle the new female character in 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues', which reportedly will be released in October 2013.
'Rat, Wedding, Bow' are the three clues to the story of the upcoming chapter, which will debut in fall 2013.
Together with rappers Rick Ross and Cam'ron, the Harajuku Barbie brings fans right in the edge of their seats in her new outlandish video.
In the freshly-released image, Carell and Rockwell are seen squaring off at a water park, joined by Zoe Levin, Toni Collette and Liam James.
Amanda Fuller replaces Alexandra Krosney as Kristin Beth Baxter, and an actor is currently being sought to portray Ryan, the father of Kristin's son.
The boyfriend of Jennifer Aniston will also pen the script for the upcoming comedy project to be developed at Warner Bros. Pictures.
The 'Conan the Barbarian' actress reveals that she was a part of the Children of God sect in the first nine years of her life, before she and her family ran away in fear she would be abused sexually.