Jamie Foxx is returning to the silver screen this month, with Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” — and he’s returning to the small screen, too, with a hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live.”
In other exciting news: Ne-Yo will make his "SNL" debut as the musical guest.
Here's what else you shouldn't miss this week:
Anne Hathaway wants a baby — like, really.
The actress is on two new magazine covers, thanks in part to her buzzy role as Fantine in this year’s adaptation of “Les Miserables.” She’s featured solo on Vogue, while part of a group for The Hollywood Reporter.
The one thing both interviews have in common? How much Hathaway has decided she wants a child with her husband, Adam Schulman.
The force is strong with ... someone.
As Disney gets further along in its quest to continue the “Star Wars” franchise, more and more details are emerging — slowly.
Here are more behind-the-camera updates: MTV caught producer Frank Marshall, husband of new Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy, on the red carpet, and took the opportunity to ask about a galaxy far, far away.
After five years, hundreds of millions of dollars, and really passionate fans, the end is here.
Friday's release of “Breaking Dawn — Part 2” marks the conclusion (for the moment, at least) of “The Twilight Saga."
In the film, newlyweds Edward and Bella raise a rather unique child and fight an army of Italian vampires, which sounds terribly stressful, but it's likely nothing compared to what diehard fans are going through.
Some fans might consider blocking out the whole night for a “Twilight” marathon. Select theaters nationwide will be screening the entire series on Thursday prior to "Part 2's" midnight release.
“The Twilight Saga" is coming to an end, but that doesn't mean it's over.
Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, who play vampire Edward Cullen and werewolf Jacob Black, respectively, dropped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to promote "Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” which covers the second half of the last book in Stephenie Meyer's series.
During the interview, set to air Friday, DeGeneres asked how they plan to capitalize on the franchise's success after the final film is released on November 16. Pattinson said he has some ideas for where his character can go next.
Joy Williams and John Paul White of The Civil Wars have announced that they're facing an internal struggle of their own.
The rootsy, neo-country rock duo — which broke out with the beautifully super-sad single “Poison & Wine” from their debut album, “Barton Hollow” — announced Tuesday that they're canceling all upcoming tour dates, effective immediately:
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