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Kim Kardashian 'can't wait to spoil little Penelope,' while Khloe calls the day her niece was born 'such an amazing day.'
The behind-the-scenes footage also offers a look at how Christopher Nolan built massive sets and shot various epic battle scenes in his last Batman movie.
Ben warns the 2nd Mass that Karen maybe still connected to the aliens, while Maggie raises her guns as she forces Karen to tell the truth.
The Gwen Stefani-fronted band hype up the premiere of their new music video for their comeback single that will be out on July 16.
Sporting casual look, the 'Twilight Saga' hunk and the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger are photographed filming a scene in Boston for the upcoming comedy movie.
In addition to make donation, the 'Malecifent' lead actress issues a message to raise awareness of refugees around the world.
The 'Right Round' rapper enlists the help of Nathan Barnatt's Keith Apicary to play his new song in the club.
Packed with plenty of slow-motion scenes, the footage shows Dredd and Anderson embarking on some high-octane combats in Mega City One.
Melissa Gorga and her custom builder husband, who is the brother of Teresa Giudice, put their second New Jersey house for $520,000 to help ease their crippling financial trouble.
Actors union SAG-AFTRA says that it will ensure 'all applicable penalties will be paid' if they are due, but a producer for the Lifetime biopic claims the union 'was totally fine with everything.'
Though some people think it's weird for Jacob to fall in love with a child in the final 'Twilight Saga' film, Lautner insists, 'It's not really as creepy as everybody likes to joke.'
The 'Twilight Saga' hunk will play a New York bicycle messenger who is dragged into the world of parkour after crashing his bike into a sexy stranger.
The top 8 belt out songs from the 1980s this week, during which Joshua Ledet gets a standing ovation for his perfect rendition of Simply Red's 'If You Don't Know Me by Now'.
The alter ego of Natalia Romanova is seen aggressively confronting a group of bad guys while both of her hands are tied behind her back to a chair.
Complaining about the buzzing story about her being saved by the actor from getting hit by a car, Laurie Penny says, 'I refuse to be cast in any sort of boring supporting female role.'