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The No Doubt singer is in talks join the NBC competition series for season seven as a coach, multiple sources tell The Hollywood Reporter .
The lawyer for the man suing X-Men director Bryan Singer in Hawaii for forcible sexual abuse of a minor said he will filing more lawsuits on behalf of plaintiff Michael Egan III against "Hollywood insiders" on Monday.
Zohn was running the race last year when the bombs went off, and on Monday he will be part of the network's broadcast team acting as its social media correspondent at the emotional finish line.
The 30,000-square-foot Holmby Hills home features a dentist's office and an operating room in addition to 19 bathrooms and a bowling alley.
"Flynt Publications" has been replaced by "LFP" atop the office building at the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega boulevards in Los Angeles.
Singing, success and squabbles take center stage in the film version of the Broadway musical, set to hit theaters in June.
The real Wolf of Wall Street? Nah. Dana Giacchetto, now under investigation again, calls himself the "Lamb of Wall Street" as he breaks his long-held silence about BFF DiCaprio, shares details of his intimate relationship with Ovitz, and asserts he had nothing to do with the suicide of CAA superstar Jay Moloney.
They both have power, influence and money - but the haircuts are totally different.
The former coach and on-air commentator debated whether both the Heat and the Spurs could return to the NBA Finals, and why Stern blasted him during his SiriusXM show.
After nearly four months in office, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has named Cynthia Lopez as the new commissioner to head the Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting, The Hollywood Reporter has learned, with an official announcement expected Friday.
The actress, who played youngest child Natalie, says that she doesn't want to be a part of the follow-up.
Scott Foley finds his Scandal alter ego, Jake, stuck between a rock and a hard place during Thursday's season-three finale.
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Singer allegedly offered the aspiring teen actor a role in an "X-Men" film if he gave in to his sexual demands, while threatening to destroy his career if he didn't, according to the civil suit filed in U.S. District Court in Hawaii Wednesday.
The Oscar winning director sparked tension when he said that that no true co-production is possible until filmmakers in China address Chairman Mao Zedong's controversial legacy.
The Club Kids co-founder, famously played by Macaulay Culkin in the druggy 2003 biopic, will be set free May 5 after serving time in a New York prison for murder and dismemberment.