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In next weekend's thriller "The Call," Halle Berry plays a 911 operator who fights to rescue a young woman from a vicious abductor.
As it turns out, the Oscar winner revealed to CNN that she had to make an emergency call herself during a terrifying home invasion.
Steve Carell's Michael Scott already said farewell to "The Office," and the actor isn't planning on doing it again.
The reason he didn't want to join in when the series comes to an end on May 16, Carell told CNN, is because it just didn't seem to be in character.
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen is the latest act to drop out of the Boy Scouts of America's upcoming Jamboree because of the organization's ban on openly gay members.
The Canadian entertainer announced her decision on Tuesday, saying in a statement posted to her Twitter account that she's pulled out of the event "as an artist who believes in equality for all people."
Three movies into the "Iron Man" saga, a new trailer for the latest installment is offering us a refresher.
"I build neat stuff, I've got a great girl, and occasionally save the world. So why can't I sleep?" Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark/Iron Man asks at the top of the clip.
Perhaps it has a little something to do with Ben Kingsley's The Mandarin.
Mila Kunis has cemented her rep as one of the most down-to-earth stars in Hollywood.
The "Oz the Great and Powerful" actress is known for trying to be as normal as possible despite her stardom, and in a cute interview with BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark, she carries on a conversation as though she's not there to promote a movie at all.
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