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Branson has earlier announced that the 'Larry Crowne' actor and the Black Eyed Peas member are among the first passengers to go on a journey into the Earth's core with Virgin Volcanic.
After Hanks admitted to have used him 'as the punch line of an uncomfortable joke that was hardly funny and unfair,' O'Reilly accepts the apology as saying, 'Everybody makes mistakes.'
Serving as the host, Hill fails to pull in big ratings for the March 10 edition of the show, which sees a 21 percent drop from Lindsay Lohan-hosted episode in Local People Meter markets rating.
Yahoo will broadcast the sci-fi series, in which Hanks voices the lead character, in 20 segments with each playing for roughly four minutes.
The female lead of 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' claims she and her younger co-star Thomas Horn 'had the tough stuff' in the film, but Hanks missed the intense scenes.
The two Oscar-winning movies as well as Disney's classic 'Bambi' are among the 25 films which will be preserved by the Library of Congress this year.
Teasing about what's coming next after the season finale cliffhanger, Gabrielle Anwar says she hopes Michael will go to any lengths to free Fiona.
Executive produced by Lambert, the new studio album is going to reflect 'an exciting journey through the past two years' of his life.
Bullock looks elegant in a black satin trouser suit, while Hanks looks sleek in two-piece suit at the special screening of 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' taking place at the Ziegfeld Theater.
The British rock band have announced a one-off show at the English capital's O2 stadium taking place next year.
The former 'Live!' host is contemplating 'a family competition, which is something new in our business.'
David Beckham's wife, who was formerly known as Victoria Adams, takes the Best Designer Brand kudo, while Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen is named Designer of the Year.
In addition to producing it for Universal, Hanks eyes a role in the film feature version of Erik Larson's non-fiction novel which offers the real life accounts of a U.S. Ambassador to Berlin in 1933.
Also coming to the event, which has taken place at Grauman Chinese Theater on Monday, June 27, were the likes of Rita Wilson, Taraji P. Henson and Jenna Elfman.
Wearing only a lingerie, the 'Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)' hitmaker seduces the camera with her sexy pole dancing.