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The daughter of the 'Dead Man Walking' actress, Eva Amurri, is expecting her first child with husband Kyle Martino.
During an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live', the 'Dead Man Walking' star is asked to mention a Hollywood event where she showed up to stoned.
The Oscar winner and her actress daughter will star on and executive produce the NBC comedy pilot.
Joining the call to stop access to guns are Kourtney Kardashian, John Stamos, Rashida Jones, Dax Shepard, Michelle Branch and Piers Morgan.
The Inspiring woman from Kathmandu, Nepal is saluted at the star-studded event for her effort to give children of inmates in the country a better life outside prison.
Speaking to documentary filmmaker Michael Moore at the Tribeca Film Festival, the 'Cloud Atlas' actress also claims to have been denied clearance to visit the White House.
Catholic League head Bill Donohue labels the 'Lovely Bones' actress a despicable person for making the remark, while Anti-Defamation League asks her to apologize to the Catholic community.
The role is unknown, but the picture shows her as a visitor to the 30 Rock building, who meets Frank.
Saying that 'Glee' bosses never approached her, Susan Sarandon is disappointed for not being invited to do the 'Rocky Horror' tribute.
Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson are going head to head in the still released prior to the trailer premiere on December 14.
She was looking radiant as usual in her first public outing since a video of her getting high from bong got out online.
The drama by director David Fincher nabs the coveted title from Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Film Critics and New York Film Critics Online.
Calling Kyle Martino 'the most wonderful man on this planet,' Eva Amurri announced the engagement on Twitter.
To mark the 20th anniversary of 'Thelma and Louise' release, Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon are set to reprise their roles in the movie for a magazine photoshoot.
She presents a two-part documentary called 'John Lennon - The New York Years' which also includes Yoko Ono, Elton John and his son Julian Lennon.