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Also honoring the acclaimed 'Fahrenheit 451' author are big names in film industry such as Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird and Cameron Crowe, as well as the U.S. President Barack Obama.
Due to recent changes to the rules of the coveted category, nine movies including 'The Artist' and 'Hugo' are eligible to enter the list.
While the Lars von Trier sci-fi drama wins the Best Picture award, Kirsten Dunst and Brad Pitt grab the prizes for Best Actress and Actor respectively.
Talking about what differs 'Alcatraz' from 'Alias', 'Lost' and 'Fringe', Abrams says the upcoming series 'was designed as episodic with an overarching large mythology we get to over time.'
The 'Whataya Want From Me' hitmaker writes to his Twitter followers, 'We wrapped just before 4am! An intense 20 HOUR day!!'
The 'Back to Love' singer woos music critics and fans alike again with another compilation of good music in his first album since 2008.
The 'Mean Girls' actress reportedly etches the new body art because she 'wanted to do something she'd always remember' to commemorate a 'great point in her life.'
Suiting up in a black and white outfit, Prince William shields his wife from the rain with an umbrella when walking down the red carpet in London.
Aside from the cast members of the film, the special screening event taking place at Avery Fisher Hall is attended by such celebrities as Elizabeth Olsen, Ed Westwick and Jessica Capshaw.
In the newly released video, a stallion named Joey is seen embarking on a dangerous journey to find its master Albert after they get separated during the First World War.
A touching story of friendship between a horse and a young man is set against the backdrop of World War I in this drama movie.
Some of the pictures, which feature Jeremy Irvine and Emily Watson among others, highlight the relationship between Irvine's character and a horse.