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The Lydia Deetz depicter confirms on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' that the sequel to Tim Burton's classic ghost story is happening.
The 'True Detective' director, the 'Black Swan' actress and director Edgar Wright are announced to join other names who serve on the U.S. Dramatic jury.
The 'Beetlejuice' actress and the 'Walking Dead' alum as well as Alfred Molina join Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener on the Civil Rights drama.
The 'Black Swan' star might reprise her role as Lydia in the follow-up project for which Tim Burton and Michael Keaton are attached to return as well.
The Las Vegas rockers show off some creepy fare with wax figures and scary masks in this Tim Burton-directed clip starring Winona Ryder.
Rumor spread that some news producers, editors and on-air talent will head to London later than previously scheduled because they cut back the number of pre-taped programs.
The director is released from the John Gotti biopic when he can't find the time to fit the schedule with 'Yellow'.
The preview offers a sneak peek to the friendship of Stone and two African-American maids.
The Rachel Berry of 'Glee' allegedly is imitating the girl in a high-pitched voice for no reason while hanging out with Harry Shum Jr. and Chord Overstreet at the music and arts festival.
The 2008 winner of 'American Idol' was forced to release the new single ahead of his upcoming performance on the singing competition after it came out without his consent.
The new featurette, which opens with director David Yates' introduction, shares a scene where wand expert Mr. Olivander warns Harry about the Dark Lord.
The Pierre Bouvier-fronted band take over a prom party, luring those coming to the bash to their outdoor concert.
Outraged by the revelation made by the show's extra, creator Brad Falchuk tweets to her, 'hope you're qualified to do something besides work in entertainment.'
Words are, both actors will star in a new film which will tell a story of a playwright who gets paranoid when she struggles to start her new production.
Recalling her 'horrible' encounter with Mel Gibson, Winona Ryder said the 'Braveheart' actor made a series of offensive jokes about her religious beliefs.