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CBS has announced a bunch of A-listers, such as Billy Crystal, Tom Hanks and Robert Downey Jr., who will appear in Letterman's final 28 broadcasts of the 'Late Show'.
Parker was caught throwing a disapproval expression to the actor who was sitting beside his rapper son Chet Hanks as they watched an ice hockey game at Madison Square Gardens in New York.
Lena Dunham, Eddie Redmayne, Jay Leno, Arnold Schwarzenegger and more also appear in a sketch that spoofs 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and 'Whiplash'.
Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Chris Pine will also appear during the first week of CBS' 'The Late Late Show with James Corden'.
After purchasing four boxes of cookies from the girl scouts, the 'Saving Mr. Banks' actor helped the girls sell cookies by taking pictures with other passerby.
The Oscar-winning actor lip-syncs the catchy track as he walks through the street of New York City in the music video that also features a cameo from Justin Bieber.
The Canadian singer's 'I Really Like You' music video which she, Hanks and Justin Bieber shot a few weeks ago in Manhattan is set to premiere on Friday, March 6.
The three, along with a number of people, were spotted taking over the street in front of the Mondrian Hotel in Manhattan to film a dance scene on Monday, February 16.
Wearing a gothic-styled dress, Chastain poses in a haunted house in the Guillermo del Toro-directed project, while Hanks stands amid the snow on the street in the first photo.
The two movies and 23 other titles including 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' and 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' are deemed culturally significant to be preserved.
Tobey Maguire, Natalie Portman and Sarah Michelle Gellar also used faked names during film shoots to protect their privacy.
Tom, Sting, Al along with Lily Tomlin and ballerina Patricia McBride enjoyed a star-studded salute in their honor on Sunday evening, December 7.
The eldest son of Tom and Rita Wilson revealed he entered rehab for an addiction to cocaine, from which he's '50 days clean and sober from everything, including alcohol.'
The 'Captain Phillips' actor, who launched a typewriter app earlier this year, is writing book of short stories loosely based on his collection of typewriters.
Hailed from JJ Philbin and Josh Malmuth, the project is envisioned as an anthology with each season focusing on a different wedding party.