A trailer for Vince Vaughn's new film The Dilemma is being recut after GLAAD called it insensitive.
In the clip, Vaughn, who plays an automotive consultant, says, "Ladies and gentleman, electric cars are gay."
"The use of the word 'gay' in this trailer as a slur is unnecessary and does nothing more than send a message of intolerance about our community to viewers," GLAAD president Jarret Barrios said in a statement.
Glee plans episode responding to gay teen's suicide
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Just weeks after announcing their exit, Deadliest Catch stars Capts. Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand and Capt. Sig Hansen are back aboard the hit Discovery Channel series, a network rep confirms.
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Look out, Oprah. Ryan Seacrest is in talks to launch his own cable channel.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the American Idol host will team up with talent agency CAA and entertainment company AEG to form a music, pop culture and lifestyle-oriented network.
Let's get this week's highlight reel started on a positive note.
TEARJERKER OF THE WEEK: Kurt Hummel plaintively singing "I Want to Hold Your Hand" on Glee as we relive home movies in his mind, showing bonding moments with his (now comatose) dad Burt, including a tea party where the little boy playing Young Kurt is an uncanny dead ringer. A catch in his voice, a lump in our collective throats, a Kleenex run at the commercial break. Chris Colfer's sensitive yet tough performance as a boy sticking by his non-beliefs during a trying time is the highlight of "Grilled Cheesus," a tricky, affecting exploration of faith, religion, friendship and family. Amber James' soaring renditions of "I Look to You" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water" (the latter backed up by a church choir) also top this week's Glee Hit Parade, and or course Rachel turns to Yentl for inspiration. Even a friend's dad's coma can't rain on her Streisand parade. We also learn Sue has turned from God because of the cruelties visited upon her beloved sister, and Emma shows uncommon wisdom as she opens Finn's eyes to the folly of praying to a sandwich. The best Glee episode in quite a while, reminding us why we stick with this show even when the notes sometimes seem sour.
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Caitlin Sanchez, the voice of Dora the Explorer, has filed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against Nickelodeon that claims that she didn't receive her promised cut of Dora revenue.
"Caitlin traveled around the U.S., promoting the Dora Brand, and making over one hundred interview personal appearances... Defendants have never compensated her for her promotional work," the 35-page lawsuit states.
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Taylor Swift's former manager is suing her for millions of dollars in commissions.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dan Dymtrow says he discovered Swift, signed her in April 2004, and helped build her career. He was axed a year later, right before Swift signed a deal with Big Machine Records and became a superstar.
Rick Sanchez says he screwed up.
"It was wrong for me to be so careless and so inartful, but it happened and now, I have to stand up and be responsible for it, just like I teach my kids," the former CNN anchor told ABC's Good Morning America during his first television interview since he was fired.