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VIDEO: Stephen Colbert Parodies "Accidental Racist" with Alan Cumming

Stephen Colbert and Alan Cumming

As if he needed to further prove himself as an American treasure, Stephen Colbert has made on parody of "Accidental Racist."

On Wednesday's The Colbert Report, Colbert mocked the Brad Paisley-LL Cool J collaboration, which examines America's racial divide, by performing  "Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe" with The Good Wife star Alan Cumming. Introducing the minute-and-a-half song, Colbert claimed... read more

ABC to Put Unaired Don't Trust the B---- Episodes Online

Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23's unaired episodes will be released online, star Krysten Ritter says. read more

Edward Norton, Fiancée Welcome Baby Boy

Shauna Robertson and Edward Norton

Fight Club star Edward Norton is a first-time dad.

Norton's fiancée, Shauna Robertson, gave birth to a baby boy in March, reports. The baby's name is not known... read more

Is Heroes Returning to TV?

Heroes' cast

NBC's Heroes, which ran from 2006 to 2010, is being mulled for a reboot on Xbox, as part of an original programming push by MSN, according to

Details about the project are scarce. The proposed reboot would introduce new heroes and story lines, with the possibility of cameos from the original cast, which included Hayden Panettiere (Nashville), Milo Ventimiglia, Ali Larter, and Masi Oka (Hawaii Five-0).

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Star Wars Actor Richard LeParmentier Dies

Richard LeParmentier

Star Wars actor Richard LeParmentier has passed away. He was 66.

LeParmentier is best known for his role in 1977's Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, in which he played Darth Vader's cohort Admiral Conan Antonio Motti. Darth, using the "force," memorably strangled Motti, who was the Death Star commander, for disloyalty. Star Wars fans have long been fond of his short but memorable role.

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Malin Akerman Welcomes Son Sebastian

Roberto Zincone, Malin Akerman

Looks like Children's Hospital has a new delivery.

Malin Akerman became a first-time mom Tuesday, reports, after giving birth to a baby boy, Sebastian. The baby's father is Roberto Zincone, a musician.

Akerman and Zincone married in June 2007 in Sorrento, Italy. They were engaged in 2005 after meeting two years earlier. The bilingual ceremony was conducted by the couple's fathers.

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