After blaming daughter Miley Cyrus' fame for destroying his family, Billy Ray Cyrus is picking up the pieces. The singer says he is calling off his divorce from wife Tish and trying to keep his clan together.
"I've dropped the divorce," Cyrus, who announced in October that he and wife Tish were splitting after 17 years of marriage, says in an interview on "The View."
"I wanted to put my family back together," he says, adding that they are "communicating with each other" in a way they hadn't before. "Things are really the best they've ever been."
It's official! "Winter's Bone" star Jennifer Lawrence has landed the coveted role of Katniss Everdeen in the upcoming film adaptation of Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" trilogy, according to MTV.
As Marquee previously reported, the Oscar nominee was the front-runner to play the 16-year-old girl who is chosen to compete in a government-sponsored reality show that requires her to kill her peers.
Lawrence's own real-life competition was pretty fierce: More than 30 actresses, including Abigail Breslin and "True Grit" star Hailee Steinfeld, auditioned for the part.
Hugh Jackman's next turn as Wolverine won't be directed by Darren Aronofsky after all.
The "Black Swan" director (in a joint statement with 20th Century Fox) said, "As I talked more about the film with my collaborators at Fox, who have been totally supportive throughout my work on the movie, it became clear that the production of 'The Wolverine' would keep me out of the country for almost a year."
He went on to say that he was dropping out of the project because he did not want to be away from his family for that long, adding, "I am sad that I won't be able to see the project through, as it is a terrific script and I was very much looking forward to working with my friend, Hugh Jackman, again."
Exciting news for "Superman" fans! Kevin Costner has joined the cast of the upcoming "Superman" movie.
As has been rumored, Costner will play Smallville resident Jonathan Kent, the father of Superman's alter ego, Clark Kent.
"Jonathan Kent is the only father figure Clark has ever had, the man who was there to help Clark understand what he was meant to do in the world as Superman," Warner Bros. said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter. "Kevin will be able to communicate the quiet strength of this rural American man who raised the greatest superhero of all time."
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