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Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy is making his silver screen comeback this Christmas season, but fans of the funnyman's other works shouldn't hold their breath for sequels. According to the Saturday Night Live alum, he had plans for a follow-up to 2008's Step Brothers, but dropped it in favor of moving forward with Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Jennifer Lawrence doesn't just play the self-sacrificing heroine of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on the big screen, she echoed that same empathy toward one particular fan at Monday night's premiere in London. While greeting the hundreds of supporters who were lined up along the rainy red carpet in the British capital's Odeon Leicester Square, Lawrence paused to pay attention to a crying female fan in a wheelchair. Catching Fire London premiere is part of the film's European tour, which stops in Berlin, Madrid, Paris and Rome before the movie makes its U.S. debut with a red-carpet gala in L.A. on Nov.
Disney has released the first poster for its Angelina Jolie-starrer Maleficent. In the artwork, Jolie's Sleeping Beauty villain is shown peering out from behind a dramatic black cape that covers part of her face. She also sports an elaborate black headpiece. Jolie's pale skin, red lips and intense green and brown eyes starkly contrast her black wardrobe and the poster's black backdrop.
Happy 31st birthday Anne Hathaway. Whether she's the Princess of Genovia, an Oscar host, or a singing (almost) dead prostitute—we love her all the same. And that's why the ever transformative Anne Hathaway will forever be one of America's sweethearts.