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Another historical drama has caught the eye of Steven Spielberg.
According to reports, the filmmaker and DreamWorks are negotiating with the estate of author John Steinbeck to secure rights to his classic novel "The Grapes of Wrath."
Lindsay Lohan turned 27 on July 2, and since she's still in rehab her "team" brought the party to her - sort of.
On her Twitter account, "Team Lohan" rallied the star's followers and tweeted supportive messages to Lohan herself, who switched to a new treatment facility in mid-June.
In the wake of his "ill-advised" Twitter rant, Alec Baldwin's threatening to quit social media and acting. (Yes, again.)
The star has said that he plans to lay off Twitter after he unleashed a storm of angry tweets upon a journalist that were viewed as homophobic. Baldwin's apologized to his critics, and he told Vanity Fair that going forward, he doesn't think he'll be using Twitter again.
Actually, make that "never."
While the long-running sitcom "Friends" was a high point for Matthew Perry professionally, it was a lonely low point in his personal life.
The actor, now 43, opens up in the new issue of People magazine about his struggle with substance abuse and alcoholism, which he battled while playing the lovably sarcastic Chandler Bing on NBC's iconic series.
New trailers have been released back-to-back over the past two days, with everything from Guillermo del Toro's July 12 sci-fi epic "Pacific Rim" getting a final marketing push to Vince Vaughn's new comedy offering its first full clip.
In "Delivery Man," which is slated for a Thanksgiving 2013 release, Vaughn plays a sweet but unreliable underachiever who learns that he's also the father of 533 kids, thanks to the anonymous donation he made to a fertility clinic back in 1994.
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