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Jude Law is burning up.

The actor filed suited against Canadian fireplace company Paloform on allegations that they used his face in their marketing materials.

Law claims that Paloform used unauthorized images of himself in advertising on their website, as well as on the company’s Facebook and Pinterest pages. He is asking the Los Angeles Superior Court to order Paloform to stop using his likeness and to pay him unspecified damages.

As TMZ… Continue reading Jude Law Lawsuit: Actor's Career Too Hot for Fireplace Ads

We’re still buzzing over the news that a young Han Solo movie may be on the horizon. For those who missed out, according to Entertainment Weekly, Disney has plans for two spin-off “Star Wars” movies: one based on the bounty hunter Boba Fett, the other on a young Han Solo.

So who could possibly fill Harrison Ford’s boots

 ‘One Life to Live’ may share actors with ‘General Hospital’

Three former Llanview citizens may not be looking to leave Port Charles anytime soon.

Apparently, it’s time for Michael Easton (John McBain), Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning) and Roger Howarth (Todd Manning) to return to the set of One Life to Live now that Prospect Park has finally closed the necessary deals to make the online version a reality. But General Hospital, which absorbed the trio

jennifer lawrence small headshot globes Jennifer Lawrence turns down Inside the Actors Studio: James Lipton would hate me!Being asked to appear on James Lipton’s “Inside the Actors Studio” is a considerable honor for any actor — but “Hunger Games” and “Silver Linings Playbook” star Jennifer Lawrence wasn’t interested.

According to EW, Lawrence had her publicist turn down the request to be interviewed by Lipton at Pace University for an episode of the series, which has run for 18

  • Buster Keaton in “The Playhouse” (1921)

    Buster Keaton pranked his way through this early comedy, playing almost every role, from a stagehand to a member in the audience of a Buster Keaton show.

  • Lee Marvin in “Cat Ballou” (1965)

    Lee Marvin won an Academy Award for Best Actor in the gun-slinging classic. He played both Kid Shelleen, a marksman whose reputation is off-mark from reality, and Tim Strawn, a hitman who