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Friday, August 10,2012

Madonna delivers gay rights speech amid violence threats: Watch

Madonna hasn't let threats of violence quiet her down. During her performance in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Thursday night, the singer made a passionate plea for gay rights.
Wednesday, August 8,2012

Jason Bateman tweets pic from 'Arrested Development' set: 3 theories for what it could be

Jason Bateman made the opposite of a huge mistake today: He gave us a tiny gift of photography, wrapped up in a bow of mystery.
Tuesday, August 7,2012

After 'The Dark Knight Rises': Where does the Batman franchise go from here?

The Dark Knight Rises marks the end of a cinematic era, but not the end of films about Batman. Now that Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy is complete, it’s natural to wonder what comes next for the Caped Crusader.
Monday, August 6,2012

Nick Jonas confirms he could become 'American Idol' judge

'It would be a dream come true if it happens,' singer says

Nick Jonas has confirmed he's in the running to be a judge on American Idol.
Friday, August 3,2012

Olympics Bring Home the Gold for Ailing Music Business

The athletes haven't been the only ones achieving victory at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. In a year when the only million-selling album in the U.S. actually came out last year, the music business has been getting a promotional boost out of the whole Olympic spectacle. See, the jocks and the punks aren't so different after all. It's like The Breakfast Club.
Friday, August 3,2012

Bryan Singer confirms title of 'X-Men: First Class' sequel, and it's a doozy

X-Men: First Class was the lowest-grossing film in the mutant franchise since the original X-Men. But $350 million is nothing to sniff at, and stars Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender have both become omnipresent in the year since First Class opened, so it wasn’t too surprising when Fox announced a July 2014 release date for a First Class follow-up. And there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the prequel-sequel.
Friday, August 3,2012

M. Night Shyamalan coming to SyFy

Syfy has finalized a deal with filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) and television producer Marti Noxon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) to produce the scripted pilot project Proof, the network announced today.
Wednesday, August 1,2012

Anderson Cooper's Daytime Show Gets New Name, New Set and Daily Co-Hosts

Anderson is getting a makeover. When Anderson Cooper’s eponymous talk show returns for its second season Sept. 10, it will do so with a new name – Anderson Live — and rotating daily guest hosts, an experiment that proved successful during May sweeps.
Wednesday, August 1,2012

Gore Vidal Dead at 86

Gore Vidal, the celebrated and iconoclastic author, playwright and commentator, died Tuesday at the age of 86.
Tuesday, July 31,2012

CBS Developing 'Brady Bunch' Reboot With Vince Vaughn

CBS is looking to tell a new story about a man named Brady. The network has given a script commitment to a reboot of The Brady Bunch from executive producer Vince Vaughn and CBS Television Studios, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
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