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A TV sequel to the 2008 film starring Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson is in the works with 'Sex and the City' writer Jenny Bicks set to pen the script.
The 45-year-old comedian along with his longtime gay partner Jamison Hebert are now parents for an adopted son, revealing 'My husband's white, my son's black, I'm Asian!'
Rumor has been circulating in the media, claiming that Universal refuse to release Lil Wayne's rock-themed album 'REBIRTH'.
Several TV shows like 'Bones' and 'The Simpsons' as well as feature movies like 'Bolt' are included in the 23rd annual Genesis Awards.
Plotting to release his second studio album in May, Elliott Yamin taps Jermaine Dupri, duo Stargate and Josh Abraham to produce new tracks in the yet-to-be titled effort.
Kelly Osbourne is out on bail after checking herself into a central London police station for allegedly assaulting gossip columnist, Zoe Griffin, in a London popular club.
Opened strongly after three-day weekend with $31.8 million, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' continues to reign over the four-day Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend with more ticket sales.
Heading into the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Kevin James' comedy 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' debuts atop the North American box office for the three-day weekend estimates.
After claiming their fame in U.S. with their self-titled debut album, Metro Station head up to U.K. for a roadshow with Boys Like Girls.
Clint Eastwood's urban drama 'Gran Torino' has become the top-grossing film over the weekend, beating out 'Bride Wars' and 'The Unborn' at the North America box office.
'Marley and Me' is still the leader at the North America box office as the list of the top five highest earning movies over the weekend doesn't face any alteration from the last week.
The highest grossing film to ever open on December 25, 'Marley and Me' continues to dominate the North American box office after three days screening with $37 million.