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Fans lined Hollywood Blvd to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars at the premiere of Pain and Gain, starring Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie. Pain and Gain is based on a true story and follows Miami body builders in an escapade to make a quick score, who soon enter into a violent world of corruption and murder. This latest Michael Bay film combines action and comedy while portraying a real world Miami story of a kidnapping plot gone wrong. Many notable celebrities walked the silver carpet at TCL Chinese Theater, including Ed Harris, Mark Wahlberg, Rebel Wilson, Tony Shalhoub, Russell Simmons and Vivica A. Fox. Dwayne Johnson was unable to attend the premiere due to an abdominal injury with surgery scheduled for next week. Pain and Gain opens in theaters on April 26 and is distributed by Paramount Pictures.

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As baseball season gets into swing, what a perfect time for Hollywood to roll out the carpet for the much anticipated premiere of '42'. '42' is based on the incredible true story of Major League Baseball's Jackie Robinson and stars Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford and Nicole Beharie. As the stars walked the carpet at TCL Chinese Theater, it soon became clear that this premiere was special...much bigger than words can describe. This night was about honoring the man who made sports history and served as a role model for the world. The highlight of the evening was when the Robinson family, led by widow, Rachel Robinson walked the carpet to celebrate Jackie's accomplishments and to see his story live on. Opening in theaters on April 12, '42' was written and directed by Academy Award winner Brian Helgeland and is distributed by Warner Bro's Pictures in coordination with Legendary Pictures.

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Ninjas invaded Venice with the latest filming of American Ninja Warrior. One by one, contestants stepped up to tackle the challenging course which tests the strength, endurance and mental will of these amazing athletes. This is the first of several rounds and the fortunate contestants who can beat this course will advance to the next round in Las Vegas. Then, the top ten contestants who make it to the finale of American Ninja Warrior get the unique opportunity to compete at the famous Mt. Midoriyama in Japan. Over 2,700 people from all over the world have competed at Mt. Midoriyama and only 3 have conquered the course. Tune in this summer to NBC and the Esquire network and check out all the action!



Congratulations to the magical duo of Penn & Teller for being honored with their very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. With their perfect blend of magic and comedy, Penn & Teller have been entertaining audiences for decades. With that blend in mind, it was so fitting to have magician David Copperfield and comedy writer Trey Parker participating in the memorable ceremony honoring this incredible duo. Penn & Teller's star is located very close to their idol Houdini's star and can be found at 7003 Hollywood Blvd. This weekend also marks another honor for Penn & Teller with the famous Magic Castle bestowing them with the prestigious "Magicians of the Year Award". Penn & Teller's star is number 2,493 on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Hollywood Sign are registered trademarks of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

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Magic filled the air at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood for the premiere of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, starring Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi, Olivia Wilde and Jim Carrey. With David Copperfield as special consultant and also appearing in the film, this unforgettable comedy opens up the world of magic and the art of illusion, centering on a veteran magic team and an up and coming street magician in Las Vegas. Cheering fans lined Hollywood Blvd to get a glimpse of their favorite celebrities and as the stars arrived, many of them took the time to cross the street and sign autographs before walking the red carpet. Directed by Emmy Award winner Don Scardino, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone opens in theaters Friday March 15th.

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