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Sandra Bullock's mother struggle

Sandra Bullock is still struggling to cope with her mother's death, nine years after she passed away.

This year in film - what could possibly go wrong?

Can the New Year live up to what was a rotten old year for everybody but the movie business?

"Avatar" passes $1 billion at world box office

"Avatar" sped past the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office after three weekends in release, making it the fourth-biggest movie of all time.

`Avatar' rules with $68.3M, tops $1B worldwide

James Cameron's science-fiction epic "Avatar" had another stellar weekend with $68.3 million domestically, shooting past $1 billion worldwide, only the fifth movie ever to hit that mark.

Top 10 sleeper movies of the decade

Sleepers come seemingly out of nowhere. They are the little films that confound expectations, attracting enthusiastic audiences that happily spread the word.

Steeleye Span's Tim Hart dies at age 61

Tim Hart, a founding member of British folk-rock group Steeleye Span, has died of lung cancer, the band's record company said on Wednesday.

Amy Adams resolves no resolutions

Amy Adams refuses to make New Year's resolutions as she doesn't like to make any promises to herself.

Chief gets nearly 3 years in Parker-Broderick case

A former Ohio police chief was sentenced to prison Wednesday in connection with a break-in at the home of the surrogate who bore twins for Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick.

Spielberg, Kidman to present at Golden Globes

Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman and "Avatar" star Sam Worthington are joining the list of celebrity presenters at the Golden Globe Awards.

Top 10 Chinese movies of 2009

The country's movie-making industry is experiencing a boom, with ticket sales increasing and more quality offerings from homegrown talents.

Renee Zellweger's in-law bond

Renee Zellweger has formed a close bond with her boyfriend Bradley Cooper's parents and has been spending time with them without the actor.

Jackson "Thriller" film picked for U.S. registry

Michael Jackson's 1983 short movie "Thriller," the song-and-dance horror flick that helped popularize television music videos, will live on in the U.S. National Film Registry.

Happy family of Brangelina

Angelina Jolie, Zahara Jolie-Pitt,Shiloh Joile-Pitt and Brad Pitt on pier 66 on the set of Salt in Manhattan on December 29, 2009 in NYC.

Jackman, Lautner headed to People's Choice Awards

Hugh Jackman, Taylor Lautner, Mariah Carey and Sandra Bullock are among the stars expected at next week's People's Choice Awards.

Hugh Grant ready to write

'Did You Hear About the Morgans?' star Hugh Grant has revealed he dreams about quitting Hollywood and becoming a full-time writer.