Actor and director Anne Heche has claimed 20th Century Fox ended her contract over her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres in the late 1990s. Speaking on the Irish Goodbye podcast, Heche explained that she met DeGeneres in 1997 – in the same week that the comedian publicly came out – while promoting the 20th Century Fox film Volcano, […]

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David Cassidy‘s son Beau is set to inherit a lot more money than expected — up to $1.68 million more. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the late actor and musician left his son, Beau Cassidy, the bulk of his estate, which was originally valued at around $150,000, minus some substantial debts. It is now estimated to […]

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Matt Lauer is finally paying the price for his alleged inappropriate behavior over the years. The 60-year-old former Today host and his wife, Annette Roque, are close to finalizing their divorce settlement — in which Lauer will reportedly have to fork over $50 million. Matt Lauer and Annette Roque INSTAR Images “He’s going to be forking out around […]

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Paula Faris will leave her roles at ABC’s weekend “Good Morning America” and daytime staple “The View” to focus more intently on snaring bigger interviews and breaking stories, ABC News’ top executive said in a memo to staffers Wednesday. “To have time to cover stories in-depth, Paula will leave the weekend editions of GMA and The View at the […]

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At long last, we know where The Vampire Chronicles will be spending its [after]life. Hulu announced Tuesday that they will be sinking their fangs into the television series based on the works by Anne Rice.  Also, the confirmation that the series will be about the chronicles, and not just the Brat Prince Lestat. It was first announced in […]

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For months, the theories have been running rampant over what happens to Meryl Streep’s character in the sequel to ‘Mamma Mia’. Now, the time has come for the truth: Is she dead? When the trailer for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again dropped earlier this year, fans were immediately taken aback by the complete and utter lack […]

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Saturday Night Live has released a video full of bloopers from its latest season, its 43rd, on Tuesday (July 17). The team stepped up their game this year in terms of production and writing. From Kanye West and A Quiet Place to dolphin whispering, the level of ridiculousness hit a new peak. However, no matter how collected the celebrities, or seasoned the veterans, […]

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A Chinese blockbuster hopeful backed by Alibaba Pictures Group and with a reported budget of over $100 million, was abruptly pulled from cinemas after a lackluster opening weekend at the box office. Producers are reportedly planning to rework the movie and release it again at a later date. Unless the film achieves much greater success […]

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Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures announced today a relaunch of the kids’ entertainment franchise “Rugrats.” A new animated-series revival featuring the characters from the ’90s cartoon has received with a 26-episode order from Nickelodeon; and Paramount Players, the new film division launched to develop projects based on properties from Viacom cable channels, has given a greenlight to a live-action film featuring CGI […]

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Showtime is fighting back claims that Sacha Baron Cohen posed as a disabled veteran in his new series “Who Is America?” In a lengthy statement issued Monday, the pay cabler denied that Cohen’s character Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., Ph.D., seen in the premiere episode of the series interviewing Sen. Bernie Sanders, claimed to have served […]

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