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Sean Hayes Blames NBC for His Low Ratings – But He’s Wrong

Sean Hayes may want to start clarifying: The “Sean Saves the World” star says one reason for the show’s low ratings is the network that airs it. But that network, NBC, is currently in first place.
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SaveMore like thisRemoveHalloween Novelty Tunes Don't Wear Off

PORTLAND, Ore. ( TheStreet ) -- Fifty one years ago, a California nightclub singer from Somerville, Mass., did an impression of movie-monster actor Boris Karloff on stage while performing The Diamonds' ...
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Dermatologists Say It's Better Than a Facelift

Women everywhere are saving thousands of dollars on plastic surgery by reducing the appearance of wrinkles from the comfort of their own home.AdChoicesLifeCell™ Skin CareSponsored


List of Live Soccer Games on US TV for October 25 to October 27

COMMENTARY | Your standard European football fixtures will be featured on a variety of US television networks, but all eyes should be focused on Major League Soccer during the final weekend of October. The New York Red Bulls could win their first meaningful trophy in franchise history, and multiple…
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Rolling Stone ranks Wrigley Field second-best rock stadium

The Cubs boast 14 members of the Hall of Fame. But a different kind of Wrigley Field tenant is quickly approaching the Cubs' mark when it comes to Hall of Famers: rock stars.
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'Coming Home for Christmas' Trailer

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Heavy metal guitarist forms Turkish political party

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish rock guitarist has co-founded a new political party ahead of elections next year in the hope of translating months of summer protests into change at the ballot box. The Gezi Party (GZP), taking its name from the Istanbul park where the unrest began at the end of May,…
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Daft Punk Offering $275 Edition of 'Random Access Memories'

Electro-dance robots Daft Punk have just announced the Deluxe Box Set edition of their latest album, Random Access Memories, on their website. Fans who want to "Get Lucky" in a deluxe way will have to[...]
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Jamie Dornan Reportedly Cast as Christian in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

It has been a wild two weeks for all those involved with the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey” movie adaptation, but the film has reportedly found its leading man. Jamie Dornan, 31, will step in as the coveted role of bondage businessman Christian Grey after Charlie Hunnam dropped...
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Berlusconi Indicted on Bribery Charges in Fourth Case

The Italian media tycoon is accused of paying a senator more than $4 million to help topple the government of then-prime minister Romano Prodi five years ago.
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Somali piracy at seven-year low, new tactics by militants onshore: U.N.

By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Pirate attacks off the coast of Somalia are at the lowest level since 2006 because of tougher ship security and more Western naval patrols, while onshore al Shabaab militants have shifted tactics to guerrilla warfare, the United Nations said on…
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Jon Stewart Blasts CNBC for Outrage Over JPMorgan Settlement (Video)

CNBC analysts are outraged that JPMorgan Chase owes the government $13 million in a settlement for the bank’s role in the 2008 mortgage crisis, but Jon Stewart had trouble swallowing their reasons why on Wednesday’s “Daily Show.”
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China Box Office Surges 35 Percent to $2.7 Billion in First Nine Months of 2013

The revenue is close to the full-year total for 2012, which reached $2.8 billion.
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Ultra-Orthodox singers defy stereotypes in Israel

JERUSALEM (AP) — For most Israelis, the common perception of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish minority is that of an insulated, segregated society devoted to studying ancient biblical texts and rejecting the ills of secular life.
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IMAX Profits Fell In Q3 With Weak Box Office Results

Everyone expected soft results for the quarter and that’s just what they got. Net income at $1.6M was -89.2% from last year’s Q3 on revenues of $51.7M, -35.9%. The revenue number was slightly ahead of the $50.64 that analysts expected. Profits at 2 cents a share fell short of the 4 cents the Street…
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The 14 Weirdest FCC Complaints About 'The Simpsons'

Here are some of the silliest and/or saddest complaints from the last three years of "The Simpsons."
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The Loog Crowdfunded Kids' Guitar Goes Electric

"Judas!" cried someone from the carpeted, block-strewn floor. Mrs. Felton, the third grade teacher, looked at the kids with contempt. "I don't believe you!" she yelled.
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Exclusive Sneak Peek: Kenan Thompson Hosts the First Annual Hub Halloween Bash

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who has the best costume of them all?
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SiriusXM Will Raise Rates 3.5% In January

The price for consumers will go up 50 cents to $14.99 a month, CEO Jim Meyer told analysts this morning in a conference call to discuss Q3 earnings. Although this was a “difficult decision,” he says, SiriusXM‘s satellite radio customers see value in the service and the rate hike “will not…
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Blackhawks aim to reverse storyline vs. Lightning

Following their 3-2 shootout victory over the Panthers on Tuesday, the Blackhawks will close out their two-game road trip in Florida when they face off against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Catch all the action on Comcast SportsNet beginning at 6 p.m. with Blackhawks Pregame Live.
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Hollywood Worries About NYC Filming After Bloomberg's Exit

Bill de Blasio's likely succession is no guarantee that the city's film and TV hot streak will continue.
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Lance Bass Envisions His Big Day 'Over the Top' Like the Royal Wedding

The Former 'N Sync Star Has an Idea for the Honeymoon, Too!
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"GMA" is #1 for the Week

“GMA” Posts Double-Digit Growth in Total Viewers Year-to-Year “GMA” is Posting Longest Consecutive Demo and Total Viewer Wins in Over 20 Years ABC News’ “Good Morning America” finished as the morning’s No. 1 news program in Total Viewers (5.344 million) and Adults 25-54 (1.980 million) for...
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‘Duck Dynasty’ Crew: Forget Gun Control, We Need Sin Control

Never mind the debate over Americans’ Second Amendment rights — as far as the “Duck Dynasty” gang is concerned, what the nation really needs to do is get a grip on its base urges.
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Legendary TV Kicks Off Sales With Chris Fedak Drama At NBC

Chuck co-creator Chris Fedak is returning to NBC with another hourlong project about ordinary people acquiring extraordinary abilities. The untitled drama hails from Legendary TV, the recently launched TV arm of Legendary Entertainment, marking the first major sale for the company run by Bruce…
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Richard Branson: Once a Hippie, Always a Hippie

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Virgin Records, Richard Branson talks about how it all began, releasing the Sex Pistols, how he missed out on signing Dire Straits and why he still considers himself a hippie. (Oct. 24)
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'Vampire Diaries': Kendrick Sampson on Jesse's 'Ulterior Motives,' Romancing Caroline

The actor talks to THR about the mystery surrounding Dr. Maxfield and Whitmore College.
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Vikings, Puppets and a Touch of Madness

This week's repertory film includes a festival of Korean-American films, an ongoing series of films set in the Dark Ages and more.
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Way Ghul: Arrow Drops a Couple of Big Names

It took 25-1/2 episodes, but The CW’s Arrow finally went there this Wednesday night. Midway through Season 2′s third episode, in which an escaped loon set out to turn porcelain-skinned young women into, well, porcelain-y dolls, police officer Quentin Lance […]
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Eliza Coupe to Star in USA Network Pilot Benched

Oh Happy day: Eliza Coupe is once again bringing her comedy chops to TV. The Happy Endings aluma has been tapped to star in Benched, a single-camera project that received a pilot order from USA Network on Wednesday. RELATED | […]
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'Modern Family' Star Julie Bowen Offers a Sneak Peek at the Fifth Season

The two-time Emmy winner talks about hitting 100 episodes and reminisces about shooting the pilot.
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How to (Almost) Guarantee Your Web Video Ad Gets Watched

Spoiler: Does not involve forcible restraint.
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Oliver Stone, John Cusack Warn Against NSA Surveillance

Oliver Stone, John Cusack, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Wil Wheaton are among showbiz figures who are stepping into the debate over the National Security Agency surveillance programs, appearing in a public service announcement that calls for an end to the monitoring. SEE ALSO: Scarlett Johansson Promotes…
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‘Looper,’ ‘Magic Mike’ Legal Fight Ends in Settlement

A legal battle over the Taiwanese rights to “Looper,” “Hope Springs,” “Magic Mike” and more than 900 films has ended in a settlement between Asian film distributor CatchPlay and film buyer Studio Solutions Group and its principal Johnny Lin.
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Miniseries About WWII Hero Felix Sparks in the Works at History

The exploits of WWII hero Felix Sparks, who led the 157th Infantry Regiment through a campaign to liberate Europe, are being developed as a miniseries by the History channel.
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The 14 Hidden 300s in 'CSI's' 300th Episode

Fancy yourself an amateur CSI tech? Then you probably heard that for the 300th episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" they were dropping 14 different visual 300 references all over the episode. Did you find them all?
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Katy Perry's 'Roar' Contest Winners Prepare for the Big Event

Colorado's Lakewood High School is making the final preparations for the pop star's arrival.
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'Gattaca' director reteaming with Ethan Hawke for drone thriller

Director Andrew Niccol will be working again with Ethan Hawke on a thriller centered around the moral implications of drone strikes. Deadline reports that the writer-director of films like Gattaca and S1m0ne has chosen frequent collaborator Hawke as the lead for his newest project. The untitled…
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Apple Television Is Coming! Brave Analyst Revives Most Unreliable Rumor in History

Apple might start selling 55- and 65-inch Ultra HD TV sets in the fourth quarter of 2014 – or, you know, it might not. When or whether the U.S.’s biggest technology company might roll out its own TV has been the subject of feverish speculation for years. Here’s the latest rumor: Apple is mulling…
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Maple Leafs to raise another banner, this one in honor of Bon Jovi

Toronto fans have been living on a prayer since 1967, so it should come as no surprise that they love Bon Jovi. And boy, do they love Bon Jovi. Love him. The star of the star of National Lampoon's Pucked! … Continue reading →
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Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Dips Again, Originals Down

ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD this Tuesday drew 7.4 million total viewers and a 2.7 demo rating, per finals, down 6 percent and one tenth week-to-week and now off 42 percent from its boffo debut. This marks a fourth consecutive […]
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’12 Years a Slave’ Leads Gotham Awards Nominations

“12 Years a Slave” led all films with three nominations in six categories for the 2013 Gotham Independent Film Awards, the Independent Filmmaker Project announced on Thursday morning.
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Meghan McCain To Put Millennial Questions To Dad For First Time, On Pivot Talk Show

Pivot — the millennial-targeting network launched in August to “entertain and inspire activism” among 18- to 34-year-olds with its “completely different approach to television,” including a “very f—ed up, weird reality talk show” (said Pivot president Evan Shapiro) — today announced that the host…
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Will Sonnen and Silva Lead "TUF: Brazil" to Outshine Its American Counterpart?

COMMENTARY | It was recently announced that the third season of "The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil" would feature Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva squaring off as coaches on the show before meeting in the octagon. This announcement comes just over one month after the UFC determined that Frankie Edgar…
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Chart Watch Extra: Halloween’s Greatest Hits

Michael Jackson was a shrewd career strategist, but I doubt even he knew he was creating a Halloween perennial when he recorded the song "Thriller" in 1982. But every year at this time, that song returns to the airwaves and to the digital sales chart, along with such other fright-night perennials…
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Puppy Bowl vs. Kitten Bowl: The 2014 Super Bowl Showdown

Hallmark Channel challenges Animal Planet in a fuzzball cuteness matchup
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The Hollywood Reporter Trafficks In Crap

As you know, Deadline is laser-focused on reporting accurately about the business of Hollywood and ignoring its celebrity bullshit. By contrast, The Hollywood Reporter rumor-mongers inaccurately about the business of Hollywood and gorges on celebrity bullshit. My parent company was curious what…
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The Voice Recap: Knockouts. Who's There?

Conspiracy theorists, grab your No. 2 pencils and prepare to jot down some verrry interesting numbers regarding The Voice, because it looks as though NBC’s reality singing competition might just be stacking the deck to prevent Blake Shelton from winning […]
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CW Buys 1960s Malibu Surf Drama From Rebecca Sinclair & Carol Mendelsohn

EXCLUSIVE: Former 90210 showrunner Rebecca Sinclair is back at The CW with a new hourlong drama project set in Los Angeles. Sinclair has teamed with Carol Mendelsohn Prods (The Defenders) for a period drama set in 1961 Malibu at the onset of the Southern California surf culture as well as the wave…
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'Octubafest': No Beer, Just Tubas

It's Oktoberfest, minus the beer, and with more tubas. College musicians at the University of Alabama and around the country are leaving the back row of the band to show off their tuba and euphonium skills at recitals and other events. (Oct. 24)
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Marvel, Disney Team with Toei and Bandai for Japan-Only 'Avengers'

Toei-created "Marvel Disk Wars" series will be paired with a full rollout of Bandai merchandise in spring 2014.
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ShowBiz Minute: 'Transformers,' Eastwood, Hardy

Second extortion attempt on movie set; Eastwood's wife files for divorce; Tom Hardy to play Elton John. (Oct. 24)
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'Arrow': Paul Blackthorne Previews 'Awkward' Oliver/Lance Team-up and Saving Laurel

"There are plenty of surprises afoot with the Lance family," the actor tells THR of what's to come.
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Jim Steranko on 'Agents of SHIELD': Series Has Found 'Mutant-Hunting Groove'

In his THR recap, the comics veteran writes that the show has "settled into a pragmatic, if sometimes predictable comfort zone."
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New 'Anchorman 2' Trailer: 'That Is Gonna Make One Hell of a Story' (Video)

The latest look at the Paramount sequel includes a wild road trip and soon-to-be classic moments from Steve Carell's Brick Tamland.
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Andrew Niccol, Ethan Hawke Team Again

EXCLUSIVE: Writer/director Andrew Niccol has found his next film, and set a familiar face to anchor it. Ethan Hawke is in talks to star for the third time in a Niccol film. This time, he’ll play a fighter pilot in the untitled thriller who becomes a Las Vegas-based drone pilot. He fights the…
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Chicago Fire Bosses on Benny's Power Play, 'Opportunity' for Casey/Dawson and Shay's Spiral

The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s episode of Chicago Fire. If you have yet to watch, head to a different TVLine article! Everyone else, you may proceed… Chicago Fire got a shake-up on Tuesday night when Boden was seemingly pushed […]
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New York Theater Will Admit Teens to ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’

Those sex scenes in Abdellatif Kechiche’s three-hour long NC-17 lesbian drama “Blue Is the Warmest Color” may be polarizing the talent, but at least in cosmopolitan New York, high schoolers under 17 will be admitted to see the film. The IFC Center in Greenwich Village — which falls under the same…
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Law & Order: SVU Boss on Tackling Anthony Weiner and Cragen's Impending Retirement

This week, both Law & Order: SVU and Scandal will rip from the headlines of the Anthony Weiner firestorm. So is SVU showrunner Warren Leight worried about any possible — ahem — overexposure?
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Marvel's Agents of SHIELD: Is Skye Really a Traitor?

[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Tuesday's episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read at your own risk.]
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Universal Studios Hollywood Pulls 'Anti-Gay' 'Bill and Ted' Halloween Show

The show was criticized as being homophobic for featuring a Superman who was turned gay – and then displayed a series of homosexual stereotypes.
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Tom Cruise, Joseph Kosinski Board ‘Go Like Hell’

Tom Cruise is returning to the world of auto racing for the first time since 1990′s “Days of Thunder,” reteaming with “Oblivion” director Joseph Kosinski on “Go Like Hell” for Fox. Cruise and Kosinski are in talks with the studio, and their deals have not been finalized. Alex Young and Lucas Foster…
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Project Runway All Stars: Season 3 Scoop

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn just won the Emmy for outstanding reality host, but they may have some competition from the franchise's new leading lady, Alyssa Milano. After all, executive producer Harvey Weinstein did handpick her to be Project Runway All Stars' latest host.
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Prince George Christened in London

Britain's three-month-old future monarch, Prince George, was christened on Wednesday with water from the River Jordan at a rare four-generation gathering of the royal family in London. (Oct. 23)
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‘The Heat’ Director Paul Feig Producing ‘Peanuts’

“Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig is the man who schooled Maya Rudolph on the niceties of curbside defecation while wearing a wedding gown, so it’s safe to say his next project is something of a departure.
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This chart is saying get out of Google: Technician

Google's YouTube is said to be planning a streaming music service. But, is it time to tune out Google? Streaming music is a competitive business, with the likes of Pandora, Spotify, and Apple's iTunes Radio among the many in the … Continue reading →
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Scarlett Johansson Promotes Obamacare in Planned Parenthood Spot

The White House enlisted celebrities like Amy Poehler, Jennifer Hudson and Katy Perry to spread the word about the need to sign up for healthcare insurance, and although their messaging has abated as administration officials grapple with major glitches in the online insurance exchanges, Planned…
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Wes Anderson: Bill Murray Was Paid $9,000 for ‘Rushmore’

There’s plenty of untold stories behind Wes Anderson’s fantastical works, but the director and screenwriter gives cinephiles a glimpse in Matt Zoller Seitz’s “The Wes Anderson Collection.” The author of the book posted some excerpts in an article for Vulture today, featuring secrets behind “The…
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Apple TV Set-Tops Can Now Stream Live TV via Slingbox

Apple TV owners can watch live TV and DVR recordings through Sling Media’s updated Slingbox app for iPhone and iPad. The feature, which EchoStar’s Sling Media launched Wednesday, uses Apple’s AirPlay wireless streaming technology to deliver video from the SlingPlayer Mobile app for iPhone and iPad…
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Film Review: ‘Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa’

If the “Jackass” movies have always spit exuberantly in the face of age and mortality, it’s fitting that co-creators Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze and Jeff Tremaine have now given us one devoted to Knoxville’s octogenarian alter-ego.
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Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Exclusive: Whoopi Goldberg Cast as [Spoiler]'s Wife

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland fans will soon be privy to the view from the White Rabbit’s missus, when Whoopi Goldberg brings the OCD bunny’s wife to life. TVLIne has learned exclusively that the comedienne/actress/talk show cohost will guest-voice […]
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Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth at the Thor The Dark World Premiere

Check out Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth and the cast of Thor The Dark World at their world premiere.
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The Book Thief: Watch the movie's moody new trailer

If you didn't know The Book Thief was based on a popular novel, you'll know it within five seconds of the movie's new trailer. This glimpse of 20th Century Fox's adaptation of Markus Zusak's acclaimed book of the same name goes way, way out of its way to play up its ties to the popular YA novel,…
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Exclusive: Raising Hope Taps Martha Plimpton's Dad Keith Carradine for Dude-Ranch Adventure

It’s a family reunion — with a murderous twist — on Raising Hope. Dexter alum Keith Carradine, father of Hope‘s leading lady Martha Plimpton, will guest-star in an upcoming Season 4 episode of the Fox comedy, TVLine has learned exclusively. […]
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Sit Back, Take a Sip of Tea, and Enjoy 10 of Uncle Si's Most Hilarious Quotes

Uncle Si is likely to inspire a popular costume this year. And no wonder, with all the Uncle Si-isms he spits out every week.
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Set to Open Christmas Day

Paramount Pictures will release Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” nationwide on Christmas Day, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap.
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‘Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes’ Set to Shoot in 2014

Constantin Film has confirmed that it is pushing ahead with the “Mortal Instruments” franchise, and is planning to go into production on the second film, “City of Ashes,” sometime next year, although a start date has yet to be decided. Principal photography was expected to start late this year, but…
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Heard It Here First: Weinstein Picks Up ‘Macbeth’ With Michael Fassbender And Marion Cotillard

Mike Fleming Jr broke this story last week that The Weinstein Company would acquire rights to a new version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. Weinstein and Fox Searchlight had been sparring over the pic. Here’s the company’s release today confirming the…
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Top-Rated 'GMA' Faces 'Nightmare' Contract Talks

Multiple sources tell THR that Josh Elliott, Robin Roberts and Lara Spencer are all negotiating new deals.
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Cast of 'The Middle' Celebrates Milestone Moment on 'GMA'

The Heck family sits down in its own living room to celebrate 100th episode on ABC.
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‘Walking Dead’ Actor Joins James Brown Biopic ‘Get on Up’ (EXCLUSIVE)

“Walking Dead” and “Low Winter Sun” thesp Lennie James has joined the ensemble of the James Brown biopic “Get On Up,” starring Chadwick Boseman. Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis are also on board with Tate Taylor directing. Pic follows Brown’s rise from extreme poverty in Georgia to becoming a world…
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Al-Jazeera America wins spot with Time Warner Cable

Washington (AFP) - Al-Jazeera America and Time Warner Cable announced Thursday they have struck a deal that allows the new US cable news channel to reach some 15 million more homes.
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‘Anchorman 2′ Gets Its Own Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Flavor: Scotchy, Scotch, Scotch

Paramount and Ben & Jerry’s are teaming up to help “Anchorman” fans stay classy — and dentists stay in business — by launching a limited batch of the new Ron Burgundy-inspired ice cream flavor “Scotchy Scotch Scotch,” the studio announced Tuesday.
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Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit to Be Streamed for First Time

Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit Concert will get a wider audience this year: For the first time, it’s streaming live.
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Mariah Carey Dishes on How to Have a Lasting Career

With over 20 years of churning out hits, Mariah Carey is a music vet. “omg! Insider” caught up with the song bird on Tuesday in New York as she preps to release her new single, “The Art of Letting Go” and she revealed the secret to a long and lasting career. "It's about longevity for me,” the star…
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CeeLo Green’s Biz Partner Speaks About ‘The Voice’ Coach’s Legal Troubles

CeeLo Green has been under fire this week after being charged with a felony drug count on Monday, but the singer and television personality likely won’t suffer career blowback. At least, Green’s partner at Emerald Productions doesn’t seem to think so.
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Exclusive Scandal Sneak Peek: Abby Sizes Up OPA's 'Perving, Sexting Pervy-Perv' New Client

Pope & Associates isn’t in a position these days to pick and choose clients, and on this Thursday’s Scandal (ABC, 10/9c) their latest one is a real handful. Or, based on the episode title, perhaps he’s not. RELATED | Quotes […]
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Bravo Greenlights ‘Million Dollar Listing Miami’ (Exclusive)

Bravo has picked up the keys to a new property — and it’s by the beach. The NBCU cable network is adding to its thriving “Million Dollar Listing” franchise with “Million Dollar Listing Miami,” a luxurious, seaside edition of the reality format. Show joins the Los Angeles and New York iterations of…
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‘Gravity,’ ’12 Years a Slave’ Battle the Backlash From Film-Fest Raves

“Gravity” and “12 Years a Slave” both came out of the fall film festivals with a huge amount of momentum, winning rave reviews that catapulted them both to the forefront of the Oscar race and, in the case of “Gravity,” set the stage for impressive grosses.
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Against Me!'s 'Transgender Dysphoria Blues' Gets a Release Date

Punk rockers Against Me! will release their sixth album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, on January 21. It will be the first record the group has released since frontwoman Laura Jane Grace told Rolling S[...]
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'Blue is the Warmest Color' Director Slams 'Arrogant, Spoiled' Star in Open Letter

Countering her criticisms of the production, Abdellatif Kechiche threatens legal action against Lea Seydoux.
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Felicity Huffman, Victor Garber and Ted Levine Join 'Big Game'

The movie, written and directed by Jalmari Helander, stars Samuel L. Jackson and is nearing the end of its shoot in Bavaria, Germany.
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Avatar Villain Returning For The Next Three Sequels

Stephen Lang, who played the villainous Colonel Miles Quaritch in James Cameron's "Avatar" blockbuster, appeared to meet his demise on Pandora.
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Ratings: World Series Up, ‘SVU,’ Final ‘Ironside’ Drop

NBC’s final episode of the canceled “Ironside” went out like a lamb as the World Series opener struck out its Wednesday competition.
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Criminal Minds' Thomas Gibson: Haley's and The Reaper's Returns Won't Give Hotch Closure

Hotch will see dead people on Wednesday's Criminal Minds , but Thomas Gibson won't be watching — at least for now. "It may be a little tough for me to watch with Haley and Foyet returning
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10 things the World Series won’t tell you

Break out the peanuts and Cracker Jack: The World Series is under way, as the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals vie for baseball’s top team honor. But can baseball’s ‘Fall Classic’ still live up to ...
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Paul McCartney's Star-Studded "Queenie Eye" Video Keeps Depp and Moss Apart

Only the pull of someone as legendary as Paul McCartney could bring former star-crossed lovers Johnny Depp and Kate Moss within a stone's throw of each other—sort of.
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Raw: U.K. Royal Christening Arrivals

Britain's 3-month-old future monarch, Prince George, was to be christened Wednesday with water from the River Jordan at a rare four-generation gathering of the royal family in London. (Oct. 23)
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Ben & Jerry’s ‘Anchorman 2′ Ice Cream Wants To Take You To Pleasure Town

Will Ferrell‘s ’70s-classy character seems to have a permanent case of brain freeze. Now he has a potential excuse. With Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues a couple of months away, Ben & Jerry’s is following such showbiz-themed stunt flavors as Stephen Colbert’s AmeriCone Dream and Late Night Snack…
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Contentious ‘Scandal’ Fan Blogger Exposed as ABC Sales Director (Exclusive)

There’s a scandal brewing around ABC’s “Scandal.”
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Mike McCready Anchors 'Alive' With Dierks Bentley, the Roots

Dierks Bentley picked one of Pearl Jam's highest-profile songs for his contribution to a week celebrating the band's music on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Bonus: he got to perform it with help from P[...]
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Royal Baby Christening: How the International Media Covered

While the royal birth generated a global frenzy, coverage of the baptism struck a more muted, low-key note.
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Cumberbatch's 'Sherlock' back with 'Downton'

LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Sherlock" starring Benedict Cumberbatch will return to public TV in January, keeping company on Sunday nights with the "Downton Abbey" crowd.
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Nick and Joe Jonas Break Twitter Silence Following Band Breakup Rumors

The Jonas Brothers don't want fans to give up hope just yet. Last week it looked as if the band was headed for splitsville, but on Tuesday, Nick and Joe Jonas broke their silence on Twitter for the first time … Continue reading →
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THOR: THE DARK WORLD Director Hates End-Credits Tease SPOILERS!

Details of the 'Thor: The Dark World' end credits scene have been revealed and the film's director isn't happy about the finished product.
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5 Questions For 'Tomorrow' Person Peyton

Yesterday is about to become incredibly important to The Tomorrow People's present day storyline as tonight's all-new episode introduces the show's first flashback-heavy episode. Girl, Interrupted revolves around Cara and illuminates many of the details that were only hinted at in the first two…
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Kim Kardashian, Kanye West are engaged

NEW YORK (AP) — Marriage is coming after the baby carriage for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
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What's Next for Red on 'Orange Is the New Black'

Kate Mulgrew reveals what fans can look forward to in the next season of 'OITNB,' how she achieved Red's signature accent, and why playing the tough Russian inmate has left her 'transformed'
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Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Drops; Brooklyn Nine-Nine Grows

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. took another dip Tuesday.The ABC drama, which has steadily fallen each week since its big debut, drew 7.1 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down two tenths from last week. That didn't affectThe Goldbergs (5.3 million, 1.7) too much, which…
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LAST VEGAS Clevver Review

Does the star power of Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman & Kevin Kline make 'Last Vegas' worth a trip to the theater?
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[video] What Makes a Blockbuster Movie in China?

Foreign films such as "Iron Man 3" have accounted for just 42% of China’s box-office sales so far this year, compared with 51% last year. Michael Berry of UC Santa Barbara tells the WSJ’s Deborah ...
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Fox Will Appeal Judge’s Ruling in Favor of Dish’s Slingbox Services

Fox has appealed a federal judge’s ruling in favor of Dish Network’s offering of several new services, including a venture with Slingbox that offers remote digital streams of broadcast programming. Last month U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee refused to order Dish to halt the offerings, called Dish…
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Bad guy blues: Myanmar villains struggle to get by

In a dimly lit alley on a cramped side street of a teeming Southeast Asian city, the bad guys cluster together, plotting their next move. There is A Yaing Min, the "King of Cruelty," who twirls ...
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The Thursday Playlist: A Scandal-ous Friend, Runway All-Stars

Once upon a very different time, Lisa Kudrow owned Thursday night along with her other TV Friends during NBC's now-distant era of "Must See" supremacy. She's back on the same night, on a different network, but once again she's landed on the buzziest show of the moment: ABC's Scandal (10/9c), where…
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Vudu beats Netflix to launching DVD-style bonus features for digital movies

During the heyday of DVDs, everyone was eager to offer more and more bonus features to help convince movie fans that they should make a purchase, and now that bonus content is slowly making its way into the age of streaming and downloadable media. Vudu is now beginning to include extra content like…
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Scarlett Johansson Begins Shooting in Taiwan for Luc Besson's ‘Lucy’

Besson is said to be enraged by local media intrusions on set, while the crew is expected to shoot soon at Taipei 101, the world's fifth tallest skyscraper.
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Al Gore Weighs in on Jimmy Kimmel’s Crazy Kanye West Interview (Video)

Al Gore is a normal guy now: He flies Southwest Airlines and he was invested in Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West’s beef.
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Underwood Honored in New York

Grammy winning artist Carrie Underwood brings a little bit of country to New York, as she's honored by the T.J. Martell Foundation with its Artist Achievement Award. (Oct. 23)
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Cormac McCarthy keeps moviegoers guessing in 'The Counselor'

By Mary Milliken LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - When Michael Fassbender faced the challenge of interpreting the lead role in Cormac McCarthy's first original screenplay, he wasn't about to quiz the renowned American novelist about the gaps in the script for the crime drama "The Counselor." The…
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The Flaming Lips Channel Dystopia in 'Wolf Children' - Song Premiere

For a band as out-of-this-world as the Flaming Lips, it's no surprise that they would find inspiration in the beloved space epic Ender's Game. The film adaptation of Orson Scott Card's book will open [...]
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‘Gravity’ Crosses $300 Million Worldwide: Russia, Germany and Australia Lead Overseas

The 3D space epic “Gravity” has crossed the $300 million mark at the worldwide box office, Warner Bros. said Wednesday.
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‘Gravity’ Soars Past $300 Million at Worldwide Box Office

The box office steamroller that is Warner Bros.’ “Gravity” reached $300 million worldwide Wednesday, with domestic grosses outstanding at nearly $175 million. Internationally, the 3D B.O. phenom, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, reached $115.6 million from 51 territories. There’s plenty…
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Chuck Lorre To Receive Producers Guild’s Norman Lear Award

The Producers Guild of America will honor writer/producer Chuck Lorre with its 2014 Norman Lear Award in Television, which it will present during the 25th annual PGA Awards on January 19. Lorre co-created and executive produces TV’s hit series The Big Bang Theory, Two And A Half Men and new comedy…
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He's a Rocketman! Tom Hardy to Play Elton John in Biopic

Tom Hardy will star as Elton John in the upcoming biopic Rocketman , Deadline reports. The film will chronicle the life and epic career of the singer known for "Rocket Man," "Candle in the Wind," "Your Song," "Bennie and the Jets" and a slew of other hits
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Will Taylor Swift Follow in Bruce Springsteen's Footsteps?

I think the goal for the next album is to continue to change, and never change in the same way twice. How do I write these figurative diary entries in ways that I've never written them before and to a ...
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Arrow Season 2 Q&A: Paul Blackthorne On The 'Odd Couple' Relationship Between Lance & The Hood

He may have been stripped of his detective stripes on "Arrow," but Paul Blackthorne's Quentin Lance is doing just fine fighting crime in the blue. Well, until this week on his The CW series.
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Paul Feig Lands Animated ‘Peanuts’ Fox Pic

EXCLUSIVE: While Paul Feig made his first-look producing deal at Fox primarily to generate R-rated comedies like The Heat, that doesn’t mean he can’t work clean and for a family crowd. Feig has just been set to produce and oversee 20th Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios’ Peanuts animated…
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Tyler Blackburn Moves to 'Ravenswood'

ABC Family's 'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff called 'Ravenswood' now airs Tuesdays. The show follows five teens, including actor Tyler Blackburn, whose lives are intertwined by a deadly curse that has plagued their town for generations. (Oct. 23)
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Pearl Jam Scores Fifth No. 1 Album

Pearl Jam has returned to the apex of the U.S. album chart for the fifth time, as the Seattle grunge group’s “Lightning Bolt” opened at the top this week. The band’s tenth studio album outsold the competition with a 166,000-unit debut week, according to Nielsen SoundScan data for the week ending…
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NBC's 'The Biggest Loser': Three Changes for Season 15

As NBC's "The Biggest Loser" enters into Season 15, it is no surprise that they have made some changes to keep the show as fresh as the food they promote. While the contestants' stories and the path each travels to a healthier self is always emotional -- not only for them, but for viewers, as well…
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Listen: Rare David Bowie Radio Interview Unearthed By BBC

When David Bowie talks, people listen – even if the interview is from 40 years ago. BBC Radio has offered up a 13-minute recording of Bowie, then 26, promoting his 1973 covers LP Pin-Ups; in it,[...]
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What does the fox say? Ka-ching for Halloween

NEW YORK (AP) — What does the fox say? Ka-ching at the moment, at least for some Halloween costume sellers and two Norwegian TV hosts who asked the question in a goofy video that landed them on U.S. talk shows and music charts.
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NBC Nabs Dental Comedy From Stacy Traub & Brillstein; ABC Buys Alzheimer Comedy From Aaron Kaplan

NBC has put in development Pulling Teeth, a single-camera, ensemble workplace comedy from Stacy Traub (Glee), ABC Studios and studio-based Brillstein Entertainment. Written by Traub, who is under an overall deal at ABC Studios, the project takes place in a large dental practice. It focuses on…
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Gregg Allman Tribute Concert Will Feature All-Star Lineup

The Allman Brothers Band, Jackson Browne, Natalie Cole and more will pay tribute to 65-year-old rock icon Gregg Allman at a special concert next year. The event, dubbed "All My Friends: Celebrating th[...]
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Hockey Biodoc ‘Finnish Flash’ Scores Big in Finland

Possibly the best-known export Finland has produced outside of Nokia, hockey player Teemu Selanne is scoring at the local box office in documentary “The Finnish Flash — the Teemu Selanne Story.”
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Viacom's Nickelodeon Continues to Impress

Viacom owns an impressive array of networks, one of which continues to improve at a rapid rate.
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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Halloween Episode Gets Ratings Boost Over Last Year, Gives ‘Ravenswood’ Premiere a Bump

“Pretty Little Liars” scared up some pretty good numbers with its Halloween special Tuesday.
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Eminem Exclusive: Slim Shady on His New LP

"Right now, I'm probably working harder than I've ever worked in my life," says a sleep-deprived Eminem, gulping diet Red Bull in his suburban Detroit studio. He's well past deadline ("They keep telli[...]
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Fox Goes Blank In New York Times Ad For ‘The Book Thief’

It wasn’t a printing error, or sabotage by the Koch brothers, that left pages 9 and 10 largely blank in the Gray Lady this morning. It was part of Fox‘s marketing campaign for its upcoming film The Book Thief. The New York Times says that this is the first time it has run “two consecutive,…
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Katy Perry Celebrates 'Prism' With Intimate Performance

Katy Perry celebrated the release of her new album Prism yesterday with a performance and Q&A at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles. The singer shared stories and songs, live and through video[...]
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‘TMZ Live’ Renewed Through 2017 on Fox TV Stations

TMZ’s hourlong syndicated program “TMZ Live” has been renewed through 2017 on Fox Television Stations. “Harvey Levin and his team set out to create, develop and refine a completely new genre of show, incubating it as a live Internet based show and then successfully transitioning it to television,”…
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Study Shows Listening to Music While Drinking Can Affect Alcohol Tolerance in Women

I solely blame all of the speeding tickets I got as a teenager on the music I blared from my stereo. Not that it was anything particularly bad, but it was definitely upbeat and put me in a good mood, which I'm still claiming made me push the gas pedal harder.I don't know if there's any truth or…
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Han Solo vs. Indiana Jones: Stars (and Harrison Ford Himself!) Weigh In

Harrison Ford was overheard on Monday night at the 17th annual Hollywood Film Awards saying, "... and I'm not even sick!" The 71-year-old actor, who stars in the upcoming sci-fi book-to-screen adaptation, "Ender's Game," joked about the fact that he … Continue reading →
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'Sherlock' Season 3 airing January 19th in the US

Sherlock is finally and officially coming back early next year. PBS has confirmed that the third season of Steven Moffat's acclaimed adaptation will premiere in the US on January 19th. The first episode will air on PBS' Masterpiece at 10PM, directly after Downton Abbey. "The Empty Hearse" was…
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OSCARS: Do Recent 2013 Dropouts Make Any Difference In Best Picture Race? Definitely Not

It seems highly unlikely that films once thought since Cannes to be potential Best Picture Oscar contenders — The Weinstein Co’s Grace Of Monaco and The Immigrant, both highly touted in May — would have made the Academy’s final list, even if it goes for the full 10 nominees this year. And no one is…
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VH1 Opens Career-Making ‘You Oughta Know’ Artist Sponsorship to the Public (Exclusive)

Over the last eight years, VH1 has internally chosen its “You Oughta Know” sponsored artist. But for the first time the cable channel will give that choice to fans.
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YouTube to Release Music Subscription Service

Already a prominent digital music option for the younger generation, YouTube is reportedly looking to expand its reach with a music subscription service to launch as soon as December, according to published reports. The service would release in competition with offerings such as Spotify and Rdio,…
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Week Ending Oct. 20, 2013. Albums: Justin’s Fast Fade

Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience is the best-selling album so far this year. It has been the front-runner to win the Grammy for Album of the Year virtually since the week it was released in March. But that doesn't mean the public was clamoring for a sequel—less than seven months after the…
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Fans Not Quite in Love With Colorized “I Love Lucy” Christmas Special

CBS is taking some heat from "I Love Lucy" fans for messing with perfection. On Tuesday, the network announced it would air "The I Love Lucy Christmas Special," made up of commercial-free, back-to-back colorized episodes of the beloved show, on December 20. The episodes picked include the show’s…
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‘Pretty Little Liars,’ Spinoff Give ABC Family Its Best Tuesday Ever

The Halloween special episode of “Pretty Little Liars” teamed last night with the premiere of the show’s spinoff, “Ravenswood,” to give ABC Family its top-rated Tuesday on record in key demos. As part of ABC Family’s “13 Nights of Halloween” event, the “Grave New World” episode of “Pretty Little…
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Stephen Lang Returning For AVATAR Sequels

Despite being killed in the first 'Avatar', Stephen Lang will be reprising his role as "Colonel Miles Quaritch" for the sequels.
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Entourage Film Held Up By Salary Demands? 'It's Blown Way Out of Proportion,' Says Cast Member

Johnny’s not the only Drama when it comes to Entourage‘s journey to the big screen. A public war of words has broken out amongst the defunct HBO series’ stars and producer Mark Wahlberg over salary demands that are holding up […]
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The Wednesday Playlist: Milestones for Middle, CSI; World Series Begins

Aw, heck. Is it really worth making a fuss over The Middle's 100-episode milestone? It hardly seems in character for a family like the Hecks of Orson, Indiana. When she's reminded that they volunteered to drive a giant cow float in Orson's centennial parade, Frankie (Patricia Heaton) whines, "This…
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Ratings: ‘The Voice’ Gives NBC Edge Over CBS

Thanks to “The Voice,” NBC topped CBS to be No. 1 in ratings Tuesday — but it was darn close.
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‘L&O: SVU’ Defends Ripped-From-Headlines Crown During Anthony Weiner Week

It’s Anthony Weiner Week on broadcast TV! Two primetime drama series announced they will air competing Weiner-esque storylines, political scientists have navel-lint gazed in press reports about the phenomenon, and The Reporters Who Cover Television are poised to break the news first, in re which…
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'Do the Right Thing' Cast Reunites, Thanks to Entertainment Weekly

Spike Lee has added fuel to the fire of rumors circulating that his 1989 movie classic, “Do the Right Thing,” could be headed to Broadway, telling Entertainment Weekly to expect one major difference between the big screen version and the stage. “I’ll just direct it,”...
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'Thor: The Dark World' Featurette: Story

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Former Sugar Ray Bandmates Suing Singer Mark McGrath

Murphy Karges and Stan Frazier accuse the group's frontman of a "series of self serving and vindictive actions."
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Mariah Carey Talks Shoulder Injury, New Single

"The Art of Letting Go" is the name of Mariah Carey's new single, which will debut on Facebook on Nov. 11, but it's likely the singer didn't have those words in mind when she injured her shoulder in July on the set of a music video for the remix of "#Beautiful." "I fell off something [...]
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Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney Have My Best Friend's Wedding Reunion at Hollywood Film Awards: Picture

Julia Roberts reunited with My Best Friend's Wedding costar Dermot Mulroney on stage at Monday's Hollywood Film Awards -- See them 16 years after the hit comedy
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Olympic Figure Skater Johnny Weir Retires To Work For NBC At Games

Two-time Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir announced on NBC‘s Today this morning that he is retiring from competition and joining the network’s coverage team for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. He’ll be joined by 1998 Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinski, and 2006 ice dance silver medalist…
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Jeffrey Dahmer, Tonya Harding, O.J. Simpson: 25 Years of Gonzo Gets on 'Inside Edition'

Deborah Norville, executive producer Charles Lachman and CBS exec Armando Nunez on why the newsmagazine show still garners 4.1 million viewers with its hard-working mix of investigative journalism and human-interest spectacles.
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NBC News Chief on Ronan Farrow at MSNBC, Matt Lauer's Value and the Future of 'Today' (Q&A)

Patricia Fili-Krushel, chairman of NBCUniversal News Group, gives THR a rare in-depth interview over the transformation of the "Today" show -- "They fall fast, and they build back slowly" -- and Lauer's understudy: "I don't think there's an answer yet."
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Keenen Ivory Wayans Comedy Lands at ABC (Exclusive)

The show looks at what happens when the whitest guy in America marries into a sprawling, close knit African-American family.
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Is 'The Fifth Estate's' Box Office Bomb a Victory for Julian Assange?

Just a week before the wide release of “The Fifth Estate,” the DreamWorks-produced WikiLeaks picture, Julian Assange accurately predicted how the movie would perform. “‘The Fifth Estate’ is going to fail,” he told the Hollywood Foreign Press Association via Skype from the Ecuador Embassy in...
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Six Pearl Jam songs Fox doesn't want you to hear

Is Pearl Jam still relevant? I don't know. Depends on your definition, and who you ask. But if you Google "Pearl Jam relevant" you'll find a lot of opinions ... which means they're at least sorta relevant, doesn't it? I mean, we're not going to have the discussion about Paul McCartney or the…
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The CSI Cast Reflects On the Show's Finest Hours

Over 14 seasons and 300 episodes, CSI has concocted some wild plots and brought in memorable guest stars to keep the body-bagging business fresh and fun
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Kerry Washington: I Watch What I Eat, Don't Drink Alcohol

In a new interview, Scandal actress Kerry Washington says she abstains from alcohol unlike her on-screen character Olivia Pope
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Katharine McPhee Kisses Michael Morris, Smash Director Kicked Out by Wife Mary McCormack: Report

After Katharine McPhee was photographed kissing her Smash director Michael Morris, his wife, actress Mary McCormack, allegedly kicked him out, according to a new report
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