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Terrence Howard's Wife Files for Divorce

Terrence Howard‘s wife of one year, Michelle Ghent, has filed for divorce.

The couple was spotted out together late last month at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Terrence, 41, and Michelle, 33, a commercial production employee, tied the knot back in in January of 2010.

This would be Terrence‘s third divorce – he was married to Lori McCommas for 14 years, divorced in 2003 and married again in 2005 before separating for good.

Jesse Williams: PlayStation Fun at Sundance!

Jesse Williams checks out the PlayStation Green Room at Silver during the 2011 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 22) in Park City, Utah.

The 29-year-old Grey’s Anatomy actor tried his hand at some new PlayStation games. Also attending: Terrence Howard and Susan Sarandon.

Jesse also picked up some goodies at Sundance’s House of Swagg and made a stop at The Samsung Galaxy Tab Lift.

Earlier in the week, Jesse partied at NBC Universal’s Golden Globes bash held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel .

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Terrence Howard Joins 'Law & Order: Los Angeles'

Terrence Howard will play a deputy district attorney on Law & Order: Los Angeles, premiering Sept. 22 on NBC.

PHOTO: Terrence & Jennifer Hudson as The Mandelas

The 41-year-old Oscar nominee from Hustle & Flow will share district attorney duties with Alfred Molina (pictured), according to L.A. Times.

The twosome will also join a cast consisting of Corey Stoll and Skeet Ulrich (pictured), who is dating former Twilight star Rachelle Lefevre.

Jennifer Hudson & Terrence Howard as The Mandelas -- FIRST LOOK

Scope out this sneak peek of Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard in their upcoming flick, Winnie, out 2011.

The twosome play an on-screen couple — South African leader Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie Mandela. This just might score Jennifer another Oscar nomination!

According to THR, the twosome are currently still in South Africa shooting the Darrell James Roodt-pic.

ARE YOU EXCITED to see Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard play The Mandelas?

Jennifer Hudson: CANNES Crazy

Jennifer Hudson is true blue at the cocktail party for her new movie, Winnie, held at Terrazza Martini during the 2010 Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (May 16) in Cannes, France.

Last night, Jennifer attended the Vanity Fair and Gucci party honoring director Martin Scorsese and the 20 year anniversary of The Film Foundation at the Hotel Du Cap Eden Roc.

10+ pictures inside of Cannes crazy Jennifer Hudson

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Jennifer Hudson Brings WINNIE to CANNES

Jennifer Hudson and co-star Terrence Howard announce their upcoming historical drama Winnie to the world at the Martini Terrace during the 2010 Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 15) in Cannes, France.

Winnie stars Terrence as Nelson Mandela and Jennifer as Winnie Mandela, the South African leader’s former wife.

Production for the Darrell Roodt-directed flick kicks off May 31 in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for almost 20 years.

10+ pictures inside of Jennifer Hudson bringing Winnie to CannesMore Here! »

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Liv Tyler & Patrick Wilson: On 'The Ledge'

Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson are set to star in The Ledge, a suspense film that began shooting Monday (March 8) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The film, also starring Terrence Howard and Charlie Hunnam, is about a man (Hunnam) standing on a high-rise ledge who says he’ll jump while a police officer on the ground (Howard) tries his best to keep the situation under control.

The Ledge examines the different and sometimes dangerous beliefs people adopt as a means of surviving emotional trauma,” first time writer-director Matthew Chapman said (via THR).

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