A new year means new things to come and movie industry takes part in this, too. Since successful flicks like "Avatar" and "Inception" have set the bar higher last year, people can expect more developed films, both in stories and technology, for their entertainment in 2011.
Emily Osment's "Lovesick" music video makes its way out over the weekend. The clip features the "Hannah Montana" star doing some robotic moves and singing the song in a dark room with lights glowing around her.
The first official trailer for "Thor" was debuted by Paramount Pictures almost a month ago but there is still plenty that we don't know about the film. However, some details have now been leaked to provide spoilers ahead of the film release.
Jay-Z's Broadway musical "Fela!", about famed musician and activist Fela Kuti, is heading to the late star's native Nigeria. The Tony Award-winning show, which is currently starring Patti LaBelle in the role of Fela's mother, closed on Broadway on Sunday, January 2 night after 13 months in the Big Apple.
"The X Factor" winner Matt Cardle has continued his chart reign in the U.K. after landing the first number one single of 2011. The singer topped the chart for the third consecutive week on Sunday, January 2 night with "When We Collide", while Rihanna and Drake's duet "What's My Name?" stayed in second place.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has used his last day as California Governor to reduce the prison term handed to the son of U.S. politician Fabian Nunez. Esteban Nunez, 22, pleaded guilty last May to voluntary manslaughter and assault stemming from the fatal stabbing of student Luis Santos during a brawl near San Diego State University in 2008.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay was doused in petrol and held at gunpoint as he tried to uncover the dark world of illegal shark fin trading for a new TV show. The "Hell's Kitchen" star was shooting scenes for a British programme "Big Fish Fight" when he confronted gangsters in Costa Rica who had slaughtered thousands of sharks to sell their sought-after fins.
Justin Bieber was photographed kissing his rumored girlfriend Selena Gomez, for real this time. While the previous kissing picture was deemed fake, these new ones look more real, seeing Bieber landing his kiss on her right cheek. He was shirtless, while Gomez hid her bikini bod in a towel.
Courteney Cox has publicly offered her "love and support" to her estranged husband David Arquette, insisting he has entered a rehabilitation center to "better his life". The "Scream" star entered a facility over the New Year weekend to tackle his alcohol and depression issues following his separation from Cox in October.
The first half of "The Ward" international trailer has been shared to tease those looking forward to the next directorial work of John Carpenter. The partial trailer follows Amber Heard's Kristen who is brought to a remote ward of Chamberlain Psychiatric Hospital with no idea why she was there and no memory of her life. It ends right after Kristen is haunted by a mysterious figure in a bathroom.
Nicki Minaj has filmed "Moment 4 Life" music video with Drake, and several pictures have been unleashed via Hip-Hop Connection to reveal what to expect from the clip. Apparently playing a couple, the two Young Money rappers get intimate in the video, sharing laugh in one image.
Robert Pattinson spent the change of year with his favorite person, Kristen Stewart. The "Twilight" co-stars as well as rumored lovers chose to have a quiet celebration in a small pub on the Isle of Wight which is the same place they welcomed 2010.
Before sending her debut single "Turn It Up" to public, Kim Kardashian tried it out by playing for clubbers at TAO Las Vegas over the weekend. "Hi you guys, I didn't mean to, but I did this song with The-Dream, and it's really fun. I hope you guys like it," she said.
Don't expect to see "24: The Movie" in a short future. Despite the fact that it already has had a script written by Billy Ray, the 20th Century Fox is not going to move forward with the project since they have rejected the script.
"Desperate Housewives" is officially in motion for the rest of season 7 episodes. Next week in "Where Do I Belong", while Susan continues to undergo dialysis, she is stunned when her flighty mother, Sophie (Lesley Ann Warren), along with her Aunt Claire (Valerie Harper), pays a visit but won't agree to get tested to see if she would be a potential kidney donor candidate.
Beyonce Knowles went to Las Vegas for New Year's Eve celebration. She joined her rapper husband Jay-Z and good pals Chris Martin and Kanye West for live performances at the grand opening of The Cosmopolitan, a $3.9 billion hotel on Sin City's famous Strip.
A new behind the scenes look at "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" has made its way out via Disney's Movie Surfers and now the video has hit the web. Featuring several scenes from the film as well as the making process, the snippet also includes an interview with Johnny Depp who says he enjoys filming every scene in the movie.
Syfy's take on "Being Human" will soon be premiered and so will BBC's. The official trailer of the original version's third series has been released, showing the supernatural beings tempted by their natural instincts.
Ke$ha, Drake and Willow Smith spent New Year's Eve with their fans. They rang in 2011 at the annual "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest" and sent concertgoers into frenzy when they rocked the house with their hit singles.
Lady GaGa hasn't wasted any time expanding her resume in 2011 - she's set to announce a new collaboration with Polaroid instant cameras later this month. GaGa announced plans to help bosses at the famed photography firm revive their classic cameras after production halted back in 2008, and she went on to create a range of fashionable, fast-selling items for the brand.
Veteran actress Zsa Zsa Gabor is facing the loss of her leg as doctors try to stop a blood clot from spreading, according to her husband. Prince Frederic von Anhalt tells TMZ.com he has taken his wife to hospital and fears her leg will be amputated.
Celine Dion showed off her newborn twins in a family Christmas card to employees at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The singer appears with her husband Rene Angelil and their son Rene-Charles on the front of the festive keepsake.
Ke$ha had U.S. TV censors reeling on Friday night, December 31 - when she declared a foul-mouthed resolution during a live New Year's Eve broadcast. The "Tik Tok" hitmaker took the stage for "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest" in New York City to ring in 2011.
Natalie Portman has blasted reports she is set to appear in the next installments of the "Superman" and "Batman" movie franchises. The actress was rumored to have landed a part in Zack Snyder's upcoming film "The Man of Steel", but Portman insists she's not even been approached for the project.
Lindsay Lohan's estranged father Michael has commissioned a singer from the Grammy-winning group All 4 One to write a song dedicated to the troubled actress. Delious Kennedy has revealed he's agreed to put pen to paper for a tune he calls "My Rose", a dance club track about the "Mean Girls" star.
A stuntman who was injured in Broadway's troubled "Spider-Man" musical is scheduled to leave his rehabilitation center on Wednesday, January 5 and will continue treatment in New York. Christopher Tierney was forced to spend Christmas, December 25 under doctors' care after falling from a ledge during a performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" on December 20.
Determined to treat his fans with something different in his fifth studio album, P. Diddy shares an episode of his real-life experience in a story of a male who finds the woman of his dreams during a traveling show. He then forms a Hip-Hop group with Dawn Richard from Danity Kane and singer/songwriter Kalenna Harper, to help him tell the tale from female point of view.
The CW has released multiple videos to remind fans of "Hellcats" return in the past few days. Now an extended look into the January 25 episode called "Papa, Oh Papa" includes some new footage instead of a throwback into the first half of the season.
More details from the widely reported "Toy Story" short film have emerged in a form of a summary of a children's book entitled "Play-cation!" which will be published by Random House/Disney on August 9. It describes further the Barbie-and-Ken-Hawaiian-honeymoon-themed plot which was unveiled before.
Chuck Berry was forced to cut his Chicago, Illinois concert short on Saturday night, January 1, after he collapsed on stage mid-show. The 84 year old startled fans an hour into his gig at the Concert Theater when he slumped over a keyboard and had to be escorted off stage to be checked by paramedics.
Avril Lavigne's brand new song titled "What the Hell" has finally made its way out. The lead single of her new album "Goodbye Lullaby", it's a pop/rock song which carries a lot of fun elements from such her singles as "Hey You" and "Sk8erboi".
Swedish actor Per Oscarsson is feared dead after a fire set his home ablaze on Friday, December 31, according to the Associated Press. Police spokesman Jan Strommegard says the remains of one person were found on Sunday, January 2 in the ashes of the house in Skara, which are believed to be those of the 83-year-old actor or his wife, 67-year-old Kia Ostling.
Actor Kristoffer Polaha and his actress wife Julianne Morris are celebrating a new addition to their family, after welcoming a baby over the weekend. "Life Unexpected"'s Polaha, 33, and soap star Morris, 42, welcomed their third son on Sunday, January 2 morning, E! Online reports.
"Jackass" star Preston Lacy has been charged with marijuana possession following a December arrest in Oklahoma. The daredevil, who is most often featured with Jason Acuna, aka Wee-Man, in the U.S. TV series and companion movies, was arrested on December 14 after police found him in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
It seems that David Arquette wants to start 2011 as a sober man. He has checked into rehab during the holiday weekend, his representative confirms. The actor partied at Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel on New Year's Eve before entering a live-in facility, TMZ reports.
British pop stars Take That have fought off competition from The Beatles and Michael Jackson to be named the best-selling music act ever on website Amazon.co.uk. The group's latest record, "Progress", has dominated Britain's album chart since it was released last month and has gone on to sell more than 1.8 million copies.
Rockers Paramore are moving on from the recent departure of the Farro brothers by starting work on a new album. Josh Farro and his brother Zac Farro, who founded the group with singer Hayley Williams and bassist Jeremy Davis in 2004, left the band earlier this month, playing their last their show with the group in Orlando, Florida on December 12.
MTV releases a preview of "Jersey Shore" season 3 and two violations occur in the first 40 seconds of the promo. Snooki was on the way to pick up the gang's new member Deena Cortese and she used the phone while driving there. When pulling in the driveway, she accidentally ran over a cat.
A representative for Marc Anthony has confirmed the Latin singer has worked out a deal with U.S. authorities to pay off his multi-million dollar tax debts. Jennifer Lopez's Grammy-winning husband owes $3.4 million to the Internal Revenue Service, according to tax liens obtained by Eonline.com.
Pamela Anderson has been honored for her tireless work to end animal cruelty - she's been named People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)'s Person of the Year. The former "Baywatch" beauty was awarded the title after a year in which she drew attention to animal rights issues by speaking to students at the U.K.'s prestigious Oxford University, posing for pictures with her body painted in butcher markings, and filming a TV commercial in which she strip-searches plane passengers for hidden furs and pelts.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is considering a return to acting after he steps down from his post as California Governor next week. The "Terminator" star stepped away from Hollywood to pursue a career in politics and he's been in charge of the state of California since 2003. He will step down at the beginning of 2011 and hand over the role to incoming Democrat Jerry Brown, sparking speculation over his next move.
"Little Fockers" has proven to be a perfect option for holidays' movie. It wins at North American Box Office on new year's weekend with $25.8 million cume after debuting on number one during Christmas.
Lady GaGa celebrated New Year by announcing release dates for her new album "Born This Way" and its lead single. "THE SONG 2 13 11 THE RECORD 5 23 11," she posted on Twitter along with a picture of her stripping down from the waist down and wearing a jacket with the album title emblazoned on the back.
Rocker Sebastian Bach and his wife of 18 years are to divorce. The Skid Row frontman has revealed he and Maria Bierk have been separated since April 2010. In a statement to TMZ.com, Bach says, "We have tried to work things out for the sake of our family, but it has become apparent that our differences at this point are irreconcilable. In 2011, we go our separate ways."
A TV re-enactment of Michael Jackson's autopsy has been shelved after the late superstar's estate executors urged network bosses to axe the macabre and controversial special. Discovery Channel chiefs have canceled plans to air the program, "Michael Jackson's Autopsy: What Really Killed Michael Jackson".
Paramount Pictures has shared some footage from one of the highly anticipated movies this year, "Captain America: The First Avenger". A very short promo video coming out on Entertainment Tonight gives a quick glimpse of Chris Evans as the famed superhero aka Steve Rogers.
Shania Twain has wed fiance Frederic Thiebaud in Puerto Rico. The couple rang in the New Year with the ceremony in Rincon on Saturday, January 1, just weeks after announcing their engagement. The pair started dating in 2009 and Twain announced the news of her engagement in a letter to fans she posted on her website last month.