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'Spartacus: War of the Damned' will debut Friday, January 25 at 9 P.M. on Starz with Liam McIntyre returning as the titular character.
The 'Cloud Atlas' actor sported Disney's signature mustache and sleek hair when filming a scene in Disneyland on Tuesday, November 6.
Claiming that he's invited by the 'Cloud Atlas' star to support a charity event, Damon dresses as a soldier and makes a quick stop on the Comedy Central show.
The sophomore run of BBC America's first original scripted series will be extended to 13 episodes.
Six months after trying to save their eight-year marriage, Kimberly Buffington-Quaid eventually is back on the decision to legally split from the actor.
Rosie Coker, who met the actor while she was a production assistant in 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince', is trying to move on from the relationship.
The network, Hanks and 'GMA' host Elizabeth Vargas have all apologized for the slip of tongue but PTC said these cannot and must not be dismissed as 'mistakes'.
The late playwright was fascinated by the life of New York Daily News journalist Mike McAlary and chronicled his life in a biodrama play.
Believing that James Gunn is the right man to direct 'Guardians', Whedon gushes, 'He has a very twisted take on it, but it all comes from a real love for the material.'
Jay Leno, Holly Robinson Peete, Loretta Devine, David Boreanaz, Geoff Stults, Vivica A. Fox and Stevie Wonder also celebrate Duncan's life and legacy in the private memorial.
The music video for Flo Rida-assisted single includes some scenes from upcoming dance movie 'Step Up Revolution'.
Hanks shows a dirty face under a hoodie, while Berry rocks a tribal headdress in one of the new stills from the upcoming novel-adapted movie.
The 'You've Got Mail' co-stars Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks attended the memorial service for writer-director-producer Nora Ephron along with other elite members of the industry.
Nicole Kidman, Rita Wilson, Billy Crystal, Justin Timberlake and Sarah Silverman are some other stars who mourn the loss of the 'Sleepless in Seattle' director.
The author and illustrator of children's book 'Where the Wild Things Are' has passed away on Tuesday, May 8 at age 83 in Danbury, Connecticut after suffering a stroke four days earlier.