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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.
Adamant GLAAD's views on political correctness are becoming too extreme, Susan Sarandon likens them to animal-rights crusaders People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
During a recent interview, the 64-year-old actress says that she is sadder about the break-up than her shocked fans, claiming she and Tim were simply finished with each other.
The actress claimed she was the original cougar, revealing she first came up with the phrase to poke fun at herself when she snared her ex.
Determined to attend his film's premiere, the cancer-stricken actor joins LaBeouf and other co-stars at the Ziegfeld Theater on Monday.
Saying that she is a terrible singer, Susan Sarandon shares she 'wouldn't be very out there' when talking about what she wants to do on 'Glee'.
Jonathan Bricklin denies he is dating the actress who is also his ping-pong club partner, but admits that 'business was notably better from the first article on.'
The project is now in the early filming stages and the actress claims it will be 'funny and quite different than anything else that anybody's seen before.'
The star injured her foot in a fall while visiting Haiti for a charity trip in January and recently went under the knife to fix the problem.
The couple who separated after more than 20 years together were spotted dining with their two sons to celebrate a graduation.
Going undercover as a cleaning lady, Olivia Benson takes the risk of being caught when she investigates a suspicious meat packing industry.
Susan Sarandon, Al Pacino and supporting cast of the HBO original movie came to the event along with Dr. Death himself.