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Hailed from JJ Philbin and Josh Malmuth, the project is envisioned as an anthology with each season focusing on a different wedding party.
In a smart move, Sony has changed the release date of the Tom Hanks-starrer to October 14, 2016.
A gala to celebrate the 'Forest Gump' actor, the member of The Police, the actress/comedian and two other honorees will take place in December.
The 'Captain Phillips' actor and director Ron Howard are scheduled to head to Italy to shoot the third film next year.
The 'Captain Phillips' actor and his wife recently were reported to have separated for a month and led separate lives before they rekindled their relationship.
The 'Captain Phillips' star has launched a free typewriter app for iPad called 'Hanx Writer' which thankfully provides a delete button.
The 'Never Say Never' crooner recently posted a funny video of the 'Cast Away'' actor, who wore a yarmulke and a white scarf, dancing on the stage at the wedding of Justin's manager.
Showing support for the U.S. team, the 'Cloud Atlas' actor captured nervous faces of his family members during the World Cup match.
The movie will follow an attorney who negotiates the release of a U.S. spy plane pilot captured by Russia during the height of political tensions between the two countries.
The Sandra Bullock starrer gets the attention from the British Academy Film, being nominated in the main categories such as Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.
Other stars getting feted at the weekend gala include Bono, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Lupita Nyong'o and 'American Hustle' cast ensemble.
Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, who starred in 1964's film 'Mary Poppins', also support the premiere of the film which tells the backstory of how the Disney classic made it to the screen.
The 'Castaway' actor reveals his diabetes diagnosis as he appears on 'Late Show with David Letterman', adding on Twitter that the disease can be managed 'with good habits.'
Naomi Watts and her 'While We're Young' co-stars Adam Driver and Charles Grodin are among the guests at the premiere of the based-on-true-story film.
Hanks stars as the real-life ship captain who has allowed himself to be taken hostage by Somali pirates in exchange for his crew's safety.