She stole our hearts as a child actress, but Mara Wilson is not planning on going back to her roots anytime soon.
On Thursday (April 17), rumors started swirling that Fox 2000 is working on a sequel to the 1993 hit "Mrs. Doubtfire" starring Robin Williams and Wilson.
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Every year she seems to get hotter, and Kate Moss proves whey she’s on top of the model game with her May 2014 cover for Harper's Bazaar.
The seemingly ageless beauty worked with Terry Richardson for the shoot, showcasing some of her very own Kate Moss Topshop designs along the way.
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It’s one of the most critically-acclaimed indie films of its day, and “The Immigrant” is gearing up for limited release on May 16th.
The James Gray flick stars Joaquin Phoenix, Marion Cotillard and Jeremy Renner and has already created quite a buzz at film festivals in Cannes, Zurich and New York City.
Things have been in transition in both her personal and professional lives as of late, and Gwyneth Paltrow just lost the CEO of her Goop lifestyle website.
Following the news that she’s divorcing husband Chris Martin, the “Shakespeare in Love” star is saying goodbye to Seb Bishop, who will finish up his role later this year.
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Her resume was already plenty impressive, and now Tina Fey will serve as the face of Garnier Beauty’s new ad campaign.
The “30 Rock” mastermind will appear in print and commercial spots to promote the skincare range, including a new line of anti-aging offerings.
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Family drama is always difficult and following the death of Paul Walker back in November, his mother Cheryl pledged to serve as the guardian to his 15-year-old daughter Meadow.
Mama Walker filed court documents in March to formalize the agreement, but an updated report shows that Cheryl has withdrawn her motion.
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Taking a break from the set of "The Mindy Project," Mindy Kaling shared a few of her favorite things, 20 to be exact, with Marie Claire magazine.
In the column, "The Office" actress reveals an album that makes her cry and what’s on her liquor shelf.
Funny or Die has a knack for taking the unexpected and making it comical, and last month a host of stars gathered for a live table read of the 1996 flick “Space Jam.”
As can be seen in the clip below, Seth Green, Blake Griffin, Danielle Fishel, Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll and Ben Schwartz had a blast with the project and it turned out fabulous.
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