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Jack Black opens the tribute with a rendition of 'I'm Picking Out a Thermos for You' from Martin's first film 'The Jerk', while Mel Brooks presents Martin with the Life Achievement Award.
The Library of Congress has announced 25 recordings including a 'Sesame Street' compilation to be added the registry this year for preservation.
The funnyman would be honored for his long career in the movie industry in a gala held June next year.
The 69-year-old comedian gets to relieve his early days as a magician in the family movie that the studio is developing.
The George Banks depicter insists he hasn't read a script and hasn't been offered to reprise his role either.
Martin once again apologizes and offers explanations for his joke in a Twitter post last week which was deemed insulting African-American people.
Jolie delivers an emotional speech as she receives the Humanitarian Award, while Martin sheds tear when accepting an honorary award for a lifetime of achievement in film.
The 'Pink Panther' actor and his wife Anne Stringfield reportedly welcomed their bundle of joy in December.
Eli Young Band, Brett Eldredge, Sara Evans, Alabama, Jason Aldean, J.D. Crowe, The Mavericks, Chris Isaak and Old Man Markley also have come to Indio, California to make live performances.
Susan gets in trouble with a police officer after kicking his motorcycle, while Gaby lands head first on the floor after trying her hand at the pole.
The actress known for her role as Hilda Suarez on the ABC series announces that she and her husband welcomed their second child, Rafael Lebenzon, on Saturday (September 24) morning.
Letting loose after a performance at the iHeartRadio music festival, the 'On the Floor' hitmaker reportedly loved it when one of her dancers took off his shirt and performed the raunchy number.
The 'Star Trek' director and the 'Supernatural' creator team up to produce a pilot for a project which is described as an epic adventure thriller.
The Mother Monster pays tribute to Jamey Rodemeyer, who became a bullying victim and ended his own life, by delivering a touching rendition of 'Hair'.
The former Sly and the Family Stone frontman, who these days parks his camper in the Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles, is said suing his manager Jerry Goldstein for $50 million.