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Lindsay Lohan appears at the Scary Movie 5 premiere in Los Angeles on April 11, 2013. - Provided courtesy of OTRC
04/12/2013

Lindsay Lohan channeled "Game of Thrones" at the premiere of "Scary Movie 5" in Los Angeles on Thursday night, showing up in a tousled, braided hairstyle.

The 26-year-old "Mean Girls" actress paired the regal look with a black over-the-knee tank dress with golden trimming and a pencil skirt.

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04/12/2013
Lindsay Lohan appears at the Scary Movie 5 premiere in Los Angeles on April 11, 2013. - Provided courtesy of OTRC

Lindsay Lohan rocked "Game of Throne"'-like hair and posed with Charlie Sheen at the "Scary Movie 5" premiere in Los Angeles on April 11, 2013. See photos of them and Ashley Tisdale, Heather Locklear and her daughter, Jerry O'Connell and others.

09/12/2012

Start spreading the news - Mike Tyson wants to dance and sing. His words.

The 46-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion made his Broadway debut this summer with a one-man play called "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth," which was directed by Spike Lee. He discussed his career plans at a press conference at the19th Credit Lyonnais Securities Asia (CLSA) investors Forum in Hong Kong on Wednesday, September 12.

06/19/2012
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Mike Tyson speaks to OnTheRedCarpet.com about The Hangover Part 2 at the Los Angeles premiere of the movie in May 2011. - Provided courtesy of OTRC

Mike Tyson got candid during an interview on the "Today" show on June 19 to promote his upcoming one-man Broadway show, "Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth."

The former heavyweight boxer talked at length about his dark past and the path he took to clean up his life.

05/24/2011
Ed Helms appears in a still from The Hangover Part II. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

A lawsuit surrounding the tattoo that was featured on actor Ed Helm's face in "The Hangover Part II" has been settled.

A spokesman for Warner Bros. said the movie studio and tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill amicably resolved their dispute, according to the Associated Press. The terms of the settlement was not released.

05/26/2011
Zach Galifianakis talks about The Hangover Part II in an interview provided by the studio. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Zach Galifianakis' character in "The Hangover" managed to be naively catastrophic after accidently drugging his "Wolf Pack" groomsmen. In "The Hangover Part II," he is back to potentially ruin yet another wedding but the actor says his role is particularly easy for him.

"My character's just so one-dimensional, it's so easy," Galifianakis said in an interview provided by Warner Bros. Pictures. "He's just a dumb guy who mouth-breathes and says really bizarre things, so that was pretty easy to do."

05/24/2011
Mike Tyson speaks to OnTheRedCarpet.com about The Hangover Part 2 at the Los Angeles premiere of the movie in May 2011. - Provided courtesy of OTRC

Mike Tyson says he is "honored" to have a tattoo similar to his featured on Ed Helms' face in "The Hangover Part 2."

S. Victor Whitmill, a Missouri man who who tattooed Tyson's face in Las Vegas in 2003, had sued Warner Bros. the film's studio, saying that having Helms sport such a design in the film constituted copyright infringement. A federal judge denied his request for an injunction and Warner Bros. said the movie would be released on Thursday, May 26, as scheduled. However, the judge also allowed the copyright infringement case to move forward.

05/24/2011
Ed Helms appears in a still from The Hangover Part II. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

The film "The Hangover Part 2" will hit theaters on schedule on Thursday, May 26, Warner Bros. Pictures says after a judge denied a request to block its release after reviewing a copyright infringement lawsuit over an alleged replica of Mike Tyson's tattoo that is featured on actor Ed Helms' face in the film.

S. Victor Whitmill, a Missouri man who tattooed Tyson's face in Las Vegas in 2003, filed the lawsuit against the film's producers in April.

05/24/2011
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Mike Tyson speaks to OnTheRedCarpet.com about The Hangover Part 2 at the Los Angeles premiere of the movie in May 2011. - Provided courtesy of OTRC Mike Tyson says he is 'honored' to have a tattoo similar to his featured on Ed Helms' face in 'The Hangover Part 2.'
05/23/2011
Ed Helms appears in a still from The Hangover Part II. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Mike Tyson's tattoo artist sued Warner Bros. in federal on Thursday for copyright infringement for replicating his tattoo on Ed Helms' face in their upcoming film, "The Hangover Part II."

S. Victor Whitmill, the Missouri artist who tattooed Tyson's face in Las Vegas in 2003, claims that he retained the copyright to the image, which is tattooed on the boxer's face, reports the Los Angeles Times<. He is reportedly seeking to block the production company from using the tattoo in ads for the film.

04/30/2011
Ed Helms appears in a still from The Hangover Part II. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Mike Tyson's tattoo artist sued Warner Bros. in federal on Thursday for copyright infringement for replicating his tattoo on Ed Helms' face in their upcoming film, "The Hangover Part II."

S. Victor Whitmill, the Missouri artist who tattooed Tyson's face in Las Vegas in 2003, claims that he retained the copyright to the image, which is tattooed on the boxer's face, reports the Los Angeles Times<. He is reportedly seeking to block the production company from using the tattoo in ads for the film.

03/06/2011
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Mike Tyson holds a pigeon in a promotional photo for his 2011 show Taking on Tyson. - Provided courtesy of Discovery Communications

Mike Tyson says he's had a passion for pigeons ever since he was a boy growing up in Brooklyn. The former Boxer's latest venture, an Animal Planet reality show called "Taking on Tyson," documents his fondness for the animal and shows him trying his hand at the pigeon racing world in his old neighborhood haunts over New York and New Jersey.

"People are going to see what they want to see -- they make their own images and perceptions," Tyson said told the Associated Press last fall. "I can't make anybody have an opinion about me. Only thing I can do is treat them the way they'd want to treat me."

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