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The stars of famous rock groups, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Sex Pistols, have been tipped to come together to form a spectacular supergroup for the launch of the London Olympics.
Some of the pictures, which feature Jeremy Irvine and Emily Watson among others, highlight the relationship between Irvine's character and a horse.
The 'Tron Legacy' beauty has officially filed for divorce from her husband of eight years, Tao Ruspoli, on March 3, citing irreconcilable differences in the papers.
In 'Stowaway', the team finds out that a set of fingerprints lead them to a woman with the characteristics that cannot die.
In the latest teaser of his upcoming live album, the 2009 runner-up of 'American Idol' is seen catering Indianapolis concertgoers with his live rendition of 'Strut'.
Words are, the 'Machete' actress has evacuated her Venice beach apartment and moved to higher grounds because her sister Ali is worried about potential tsunami in Southern California.
The teaser offers glimpses of the characters in wisps of smoke, with Conan is heard saying 'I live, I love, I slay.'
There are also a new original song 'Hell to the No' which is performed by Amber Riley for the forthcoming 'Original Song' episode.
Trapped inside Hard Days Night Hotel, Justin Bieber manages to greet his devotees from the balcony of his hotel room.
As her other single 'Rolling in The Deep' and two albums are in the top fives of both album and singles charts in the same week, she becomes the first artist to match The Beatles' record.
Paul McCartney previously vent his frustration that a deal with the Apple executives kept getting stalled.
Beside having the most appearances among non-solo acts on Billboard Hot 100, they are also ranked at the third place as the most appearances among all acts.
'I hope it will allow people who might be interested to access parts of our archives they might otherwise not be able to,' the singer said.
Among the films dedicated to the band which will be played during the September event are 'Backbeat' and not-yet-premiered 'Nowhere Boy'.
Expected to fetch around $225,000, the piano which was used to record such tracks as 'Paperback Writer' was pulled out of the auction.