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The 'Batman Forever' actor was released from hospital on Friday, February 6 after allegedly being treated for a possible throat tumor.
The 'Batman Forever' actor reportedly refused to get medical treatment until recently because of his Christian Science beliefs.
The 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang' actor says he receives care at the UCLA Medical Center for 'a complication' and is still waiting for X-ray results.
The 'Batman Forever' actor was rushed to UCLA Medical Center on Monday night, January 26 after he began bleeding from the throat.
A fan of the AMC series pitches the insane project that follows two cops who try to answer whether Walter White is alive and where he is.
'The Avengers' director Joss Whedon also believes the 'Argo' actor 'just needs the material' to 'crush it.'
The Internal Revenue Service filed a $498,165 lien against Kilmer on November 30 in New Mexico.
The house which has 10-bedroom was initially put on market for $33 million but is now offered for $23 million.
After criticized for his statement about the state and the people who live in the state, the actor has determined to help bring some of the best filmmakers he knows to the city.
The Doors star has accepted San Miguel County officials' offer to make an explanation for a comment he made about the country in past interviews.
The rural neighbors of the actor in Santa Fe demand explanation of his comments during interviews about carrying guns in his vehicle.
The two actors, who are Hopper's co-stars in 'Easy Rider' and 'True Romance', join the late actor's family and friends to pay their last respect to him at the funeral at San Francisco de Asis church.
During an interview, Tommy James shares about plan for upcoming biopic about his life, revealing that Val Kilmer is the one being looked at seriously to play him.