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"Les Miserables" might have won the most trophies at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, but Ben Affleck stole the show with his political thriller, "Argo."
"Lincoln," a civil war drama about Abraham Lincoln's battle to end slavery, starring Daniel Day Lewis, has won 10 BAFTA (British Film and Television Awards) nominations.
Lance Armstrong tried to donate around $250,000 to the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), the head of the agency says in a 60 Minutes episode set to air Wednesday.
Steven Soderbergh has said that no studios in Hollywood wanted to touch his upcoming film about the late Liberace, "Behind the Candelabra," because it was "too gay."
Kate Middleton, a.k.a. the Duchess of Cambridge, turns 31 on Wednesday and is reportedly planning a quiet celebration at the house of her parents as her pregnancy progresses.
Climber-filmmaker David Breashears has given armchair adventurers front-row viewing of Mount Everest with a 3.8 billion-pixel image taken from above Base Camp.
Gerry Anderson, the British director and creator of the cult sci-fi animation series "Thunderbirds," has died aged 83.
The Queen of England has declared 2012 full of "excitement and drama," making special mention of London's "splendid" Olympics in her annual Christmas message to the Commonwealth.
Kate Middleton and her husband Britain's Prince William are opting to spend Christmas with her family.
Reece Witherspoon has reportedly sent fan mail to Naomi Watts praising her performance in "The Impossible," a film about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime minister, has announced his engagement to his 27-year-old girlfriend Francesca Pascale.
The Duchess of Cambridge, formerly Kate Middleton, has attended her first public engagement since her pregnancy was announced this month.
Dancing Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke — whose "sexy" pre-race warmup at Barcelona's Junior Athletic World Championships went viral on YouTube — has a cheeky new routine.
Caroline Wozniacki stands accused of racism after prancing around a court in Brazil with towels stuffed into her top and skirt, impersonating her friend and fellow tennis player Serena Williams.
A Danish researcher has found a hand-written copy of the first fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen, titled "The Tallow Candle," in the author’s native city of Odense.
The London nurse duped by two Australian radio DJs into revealing information about the health of Kate Middleton during her recent hospital stay had not told her family that she was involved in the royal hoax scandal.
Tom Cruise has walked the red carpet for the first time since his split with Katie Holmes, at the world premiere of his movie "Jack Reacher" in London.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has received a visit in hospital from her sister and brother, Pippa and James Middleton.
India has elected Lalit Bhanot — an official facing corruption charges — as head of its Olympics association in defiance of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Eddie Murphy has been named Hollywood's most "overpaid" actor by Forbes magazine.