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Jeremy Irvine & Brit Marling Get Fancy for White House Correspondents' Dinner 2015

Jeremy Irvine and Brit Marling look red carpet ready while attending the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner held at the Washington Hilton on Saturday (April 25) in Washington, D.C.

The actors were joined at the event by stars such as X-Men‘s Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, and director Bryan Singer, as well as social media stars Tyler Oakley and Bethany Mota.

Over the weekend, Jeremy, Sophie, and Tye all stopped by talent manager Eric Podwall‘s party to celebrate the event.

FYI: Brit is wearing a Roksanda dress.

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Bryan Singer & BFF Michelle Clunie Welcome Baby Boy Dashiell

Bryan Singer and his best friend Michelle Clunie have just welcomed a baby boy!

Michelle Clunie and I would like to welcome our beautiful son Dashiell Julius William Clunie~Singer into the world :),” the 49-year-old director shared on Twitter.

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Bryan and Michelle, who starred on Queer as Folk, announced that they were expecting their first child at the end of October last year. They have been friends for the last 25 years.

Congrats to Bryan and Michelle on their new bundle of joy!

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Bryan Singer Shares Sweet Pic with BFF Michelle Clunie As Her Due Date Approaches!

Bryan Singer just shared a cute family pic of him and his best friend Michelle Clunie celebrating the holidays.

“@mischaclu and I wish you all a very happy #ANYHOLIDAYNOW #9monthspregnantwithourbaby” the 49-year-old X-Men director wrote on his Instagram account.

In case you didn’t know, Bryan and Michelle are best friends and having a baby together, who they plan on raising together as well.

The pregnancy news was announced this past October. “Best friends for 25 years, mother and father are both very excited about the upcoming birth and look forward to co-parenting the child together. The pair have been planning this baby for years and have been trying for the last two,” his rep told JustJared.com.

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'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Set to Welcome First Child via Surrogate!

Director Bryan Singer is set to become a first time father, his rep confirms to JustJared.com!

The 49-year-old X-Men franchise director is set to welcome a baby with his best friend Michelle Clunie, who is about seven months along in her pregnancy, TMZ reports.

“I can confirm that Michelle Clunie and Bryan Singer are happily expecting a baby together in early 2015,” his rep said in a statement. “Best friends for 25 years, mother and father are both very excited about the upcoming birth and look forward to co-parenting the child together. The pair have been planning this baby for years and have been trying for the last two.”

In the recent past, Bryan was accused of sexual assault, but the charges have since been dropped and his name cleared.

Congratulations to Bryan on the wonderful baby news!

Bryan Singer Officially Directing 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

Bryan Singer is officially set to direct the upcoming movie X-Men: Apocalypse, according to Deadline.

The 49-year-old director previously helmed the first two movies in the X-Men franchise and then returned for this year’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, which combined casts from the original film and the reboot. The most recent film is the so far the most successful one in the franchise’s history with a worldwide gross of $746 million.

Bryan‘s participation in the movie had long been rumored while he was facing claims of sexual abuse from a man named Michael Egan, who finally dropped the lawsuit last month.

Production on X-Men: Apocalypse will begin early next year and a release date has been set for May 27, 2016.

Bryan Singer's Accuser Michael Egan Drops Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

Michael Egan, the man who accused X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer of sexual abuse, has dropped his lawsuit four months after making the shocking accusations.

In addition to dropping the lawsuit against Mr. Singer, he has also dropped the lawsuits that he filed against former television exec Garth Ancier and former Disney exec David Neuman, according to Variety.

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accused the men of sexually abusing him when he was a minor during a trip to Hawaii. A federal judge granted the motion for voluntary dismissal on Wednesday.

Back in April, Bryan‘s lawyer announced his plans to counter-sue the accuser for making fabricated and malicious claims.

Bryan Singer Files Motion to Dismiss His Sexual Abuse Case

X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has filed a motion to dismiss the sexual abuse case against him at the federal court in Hawaii early Wednesday (May 21).

The 48-year-old director was accused by Michael Egan of sexual abuse between August, 1999 and October, 1999, Variety reports.

“The timing of this action and inclusion of its sordid (and provably false) allegations are nothing more than tools being used to embarrass, harass, and pressure Singer and precipitate a shakedown of a perceived ‘deep pocket,’” the motion said.

Bryan claims he was not even in Hawaii during the timeline, and says that the suit was filed “to maximize public attention” prior to X-Men‘s release.

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