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Daniel Day-Lewis isn't the only actor who transformed to star in "Lincoln."
His co-star Sally Field, who plays President Abraham Lincoln's wife, Mary Todd, had to go up a few dress sizes in order to authentically portray the First Lady.
George Lucas knows exactly what he's going to do with the payout from Disney's $4 billion acquisition of Lucasfilm, and it's not going to get funneled back into Hollywood.
Instead, the filmmaker said in a statement, the majority will go toward helping - and educating - others.
Khloe Kardashian and Mario Lopez made their big entry as hosts of "The X Factor" Wednesday night with the first live show.
While their hosting abilities were fine and dandy, it was Kardashian who really grabbed attention, especially from judge Simon Cowell.
Dressed in a fitted black pencil skirt and a fairly sheer purple blouse with a plunging neckline, Kardashian looked great - and chilly.
Considering that Taylor Lautner was just 15 when he auditioned for the first "Twilight" film, the rapidly approaching end of the franchise must feel a little bit like a high school graduation.
And while we think we know how it's all going to end, thanks to how faithful the previous four films have been to Stephenie Meyers' book series, a now 20-year-old Lautner told Jay Leno Wednesday night that fans should expect to be surprised.
Brad Pitt and fiancee Angelina Jolie aren't stingy with their gifts.
Following Jolie's $50,000 donation via her charity to the Women of the World Foundation, Pitt is writing from his own checkbook to support the efforts of the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBT organization fighting for same-sex marriage.
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