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Originally posted 07/31/2013 01:00PM
Jeremy Renner is willing to shell out $5,000 to get his dog back – no questions asked.
Hemi, one of two French bulldogs the actor brought home last year, went missing near L.A.'s Runyon Canyon on July 19, and Renner has launched a Facebook campaign to get his beloved buddy back.
"5,000 Reward, Lost Dog," screams a missing sign posted on the HemiMissingFrenchie Facebook page, created July 24. The poster lists identifying details about the neutered male, who was last seen wearing a collar but has no microchip or tag. Sadly, it also says the "very friendly," 25-lb. pup is in need of medication for a hip condition.
Originally posted 03/29/2013 07:00PM
The actor and girlfriend Sonni Pacheco have welcomed daughter Ava Berlin, his rep confirms to PEOPLE
Originally posted 11/18/2012 06:30PM
Get ready to squirm!
Tom Cruise, George Clooney and Ashley Greene have all signed on to star in some creepy film projects.
Cruise takes on aliens in the sci-fi war flick All You Need Is Kill, Zimbio reports. After dying in battle, the alien-fighting soldier Cruise must relive the day again and again until he can escape the cycle. The movie is scheduled for a March 2014 release.
Originally posted 08/30/2012 08:30AM
Hollywood is standing up to cancer.
On Friday, Sept. 7, Gwyneth Paltrow, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Michael Douglas, Jessica Biel, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Renner, Seth Rogen and Emma Stone will join even more stars from film, TV and sports to Stand Up to Cancer for a televised fundraising special.
Check out the exclusive clip of stars from Neil Patrick Harris to Jane Lynch promoting the event, which aims to raise funds and build public support for groundbreaking research in the fight against the disease.
Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Alicia Keys and Tim McGraw will also perform.
Originally posted 08/15/2012 04:00PM
"Oh, I do that every day. It was a fence to keep the adventurous puppies in. And last thing I fixed was a sprinkler head at home right before leaving for New York to make sure everything got watered properly. Real sexy, isn't it?"
Jeremy Renner tells PEOPLE about his last home improvement, an enclosure for his two new French bulldogs. The four-legged additions to Renner's family came following the unfortunate death of another dog.
– Jennifer Garcia
Originally posted 08/10/2012 03:30PM
The opening scene is tantalizingly familiar: A man floats, unmoving, in crystalline waters. It isn't Jason Bourne who springs from a frigid Alaskan river, though, but Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), otherwise known as the also-ran.
While Bourne was an elite soldier stripped of memory, trying to cleanse his soul (and our government), Cross is a bio-engineered action figure looking to get his next fix of super drugs. Not quite the same stakes, eh?
Originally posted 07/30/2012 05:00PM
It's taken a few months, but after dealing with the death of his French bulldog Franklin in March, Jeremy Renner has opened up his heart to some new pooches.
"I decided to get a couple more of the same sort of dog, French bulldog," he told Jay Leno on Friday's episode of The Tonight Show. Renner also revealed that Franklin died of a heart attack.
The late-night host couldn't help but give the Bourne Legacy star a hard time about adopting such a small dog breed, comparing him to Paris Hilton. But the actor was quick to defend his choice.
Originally posted 07/27/2012 11:30AM
Jeremy Renner's flight from Los Angeles to London was not without a little, um, turbulence. On his recent trip, The Bourne Legacy star's attempt to catch some shut-eye up in their air resulted in some problems below the belt.
"I had to get off the plane to go to work, so I had to sleep on the plane," Renner, 41, recalled on Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live! "So I take a little sleeping pill, pop it and realize nothing's happening – but something else was happening."
What he thought was Ambien was actually Viagra, given to him by a friend.
Originally posted 05/05/2012 09:45AM
Superheroes have it easy: We only expect them to save the planet every now and again. Superhero movies, though, have the daunting task of illuminating our souls.
Dazzling effects, strong stories and bold heroes mean bubkes unless they inspire us. Thank the gods, The Avengers is just what it ought to be – inspired.
After five recent films about the solo exploits of Marvel heroes Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Captain America (Chris Evans) and the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo, outclassing Edward Norton), The Avengers weaves its narrative threads into a vibrant display of effects wizardry with characters to love and wit to spare.
Originally posted 05/01/2012 10:00AM
In real-life, Robert Downey Jr. doesn't possess superhuman strength, genius intellect or that famed power suit.
But Iron Man, his on-screen Avengers alter-ego gifted with his body, brains and superhero wardrobe, isn't lacking – and fans of the franchise agree.
According to data collected on the movie's Facebook page, 37 percent of fans polled would most like to be Iron Man (identity: Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark) if they could transform into any Marvel superhero.
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