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The year of 2009 comes to a close as 'Paranormal Activity' became a phenomenon, rights to 'Terminator' franchise was put up for auction, and 'Up in the Air' won critics' hearts.
The 'Doctor Who' actor shares that in 2010, he wants to start his own family and says 'it feels an important thing to do.'
Revealing that he has a 'very drastic mood swings', the rapper shared that going for therapy has helped him going through with love and relationships.
Being asked about her Broadway co-star's name, the wife of Pete Wentz have nothing to say but 'Oh my god! Names, names, names' after only a month performing in the same stage.
In front of Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe, the blonde beauty is seen exchanging vows with British journalist Piers Morgan, in upcoming U.K. program called 'Piers Morgan On... Las Vegas'.
Following her split with longterm partner Tim Robbins, her rep reveals that the 63-year-old actress is not in relationship currently.
The 3-D movie by James Cameron towers high at $75 million, which is almost 20 million dollars higher than runner-up 'Sherlock Holmes'.
The five posters emphasize that the possibility of being the next Kris Allen starts from auditioning for the show.
Adam Lambert is said to be captured from his fans' point of view in the 'Whataya Want From Me' music video.
Leading the pack with four kudos was 'The Hurt Locker', which was chosen as the winner in Best Motion Picture (Drama) category.
Critically-lauded 'Up in the Air' is within the 2010 list, taking in the same amount of nomination that 'Inglourious Basterds', 'Precious', '30 Rock', 'The Office' and 'Dexter' do.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association puts "Up in the Air" and "Glee" as the leaders in their respective categories, giving The Weinstein Company the glory of 12 nominations.