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Wednesday, July 25,2012

Christian Bale visits hospitalized victims of Colorado shooting

In the wake of Friday’s shooting at a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colo., Warner Bros. canceled the cast’s appearances at premieres abroad, but Christian Bale has quickly found himself with a ticket to a new destination: On Tuesday afternoon the actor was in Aurora visiting victims of the shooting.
Tuesday, July 24,2012

Sherman Hemsley Dies at 74

Sherman Hemsley, who played George Jefferson on The Jeffersons, has died at 74, according to police.
Tuesday, July 24,2012

Warner Bros. to Make 'Substantial' Donation to Colorado Shooting Victims

Warner Bros., the studio behind The Dark Knight Rises, is making a donation to charities supporting victims of the Aurora, Colo., shooting rampage.
Tuesday, July 24,2012

Alleged Battery at Jackson Home Exposes Family Tension

Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were summoned to the home of Michael Jackson's mother Monday on reports of a fight involving several family members, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Monday, July 23,2012

Mariah Carey joins 'American Idol'

Paula Abdul, Jennifer Lopez and now … Mariah Carey. Fox just made it official: Carey is the latest successful pop diva to join American Idol. The 42-year-old will join the judges table for season 12.
Monday, July 23,2012

Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, 'Hunger Games' Clean Up at Teen Choice Awards

Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and The Hunger Games struck gold at last night's Teen Choice Awards, hosted by Demi Lovato and Glee's Kevin McHale.
Monday, July 23,2012

Amid tragedy, 'Dark Knight' strong at box office

One of the biggest weekends ever at the domestic box office came and went without celebration. Though the weekend numbers for the opening of Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight Rises" were eagerly anticipated, the other studios followed WB's lead in not reporting numbers, out of respect for the victims of the July 20 shooting. Exhibitors also showed discreet solidarity, acknowledging their security concerns, but were downplaying the glowing results.
Friday, July 20,2012

'Dark Knight Rises' Opens to Record $30.6 Mil in Midnight Grosses Amid Shooting

Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises enjoyed record-breaking midnight business -- but now faces the tough task of rolling out amid real-life violence that left a dozen people dead and many others injured after a masked man opened fire in a Colorado theater.
Friday, July 20,2012

Warner Bros. cancels Paris premiere of 'Dark Knight Rises'; New York theaters on alert

Warner Bros. has canceled tonight’s Paris premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in the aftermath of the deadly shooting at a midnight screening of the film in Aurora, Colorado left as many as 12 dead and dozens injured. The Associated Press, citing anonymous law enforcement sources, has named the suspected shooter as James Holmes, a 24-year-old American.
Friday, July 20,2012

MTV, Comedy Central Return to DirecTV as Viacom Contract Dispute Ends

DirecTV and Viacom have resolved their 10-day contract dispute, bringing channels including MTV, Comedy Central, BET and more back to satellite subscribers, Deadline reports.
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