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Clint Eastwood to Direct Beyonce in A Star is Born Remake

Clint Eastwood, Beyonce Knowles

Clint Eastwood has been tapped to direct a remake of A Star is Born with Beyonce as the lead actress, Deadline reports.

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The story line centers on an aspiring Hollywood actress and an aging movie star who helps launch her career.

The first film, starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, debuted in 1937 and was remade twice since: once in ... read more

Top Chef's Marcel: Mike Isabella Sabotaged Me

Top Chef

On this week's long-awaited Top Chef Restaurant Wars challenge, two teams were tasked with conceiving and operating an eatery with a compelling theme. But as important as it is for teammates to form a united front in order to successfully pull off the challenge, Marcel Vigneron's team "Etch" wasn't very open to following his direction. Ultimately, the Top Chef villain was sent packing, but was he sabotaged? See why the foam fanatic thinks Mike Isabella played a role in his elimination and what he really thought about the team that he hand-selected. ...

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Top Moments: Idol Flirts with Disaster, Jersey Shore Pops a Squat

American Idol

Our top moments this week:

11. Worst Undercover Job: On Undercover Boss, Sheldon Yellen, CEO of disaster recovery company Belfor, does some immediate disaster recovery himself after hearing lowly employee ...
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Jersey Shore Episodes 3 & 4: Do We Love Them or Hate Them?

Jersey Shore

Jersey Shore fans got a special treat this week with two new episodes — and the gang was as productive as usual. Snooks got arrested for being annoying, Deena hooked up with Ronni's doppelgänger, J-Woww broke up with her man in front of an audience, and the Sitch coined our new favorite Shore phrase. Check out our double-episode breakdown for each cast member.

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J.J. Abrams: Fringe Deserves to Live Beyond Season 3

Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson

Fringe's big move to the Friday dead zone has sent fans into a panic, but series executive producer J.J. Abrams says the sci-fi series will stay true to its story no matter where it lives.

But it's not going to get more complicated either. Abrams says at the risk of cancellation, writers won't... read more

Tamera Mowry Gets Engaged

Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley

Looks like the Mowry family has more good news to celebrate: Tamera Mowry is engaged.

The Sister, Sister star will wed Fox News Channel correspondent ...
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Hollywood Foreign Press Association Member Commits Suicide

HFPA

A longtime member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has committed suicide, The Wrap reports.

Max B. Miller's body was found Monday night by his friend, Claire Brunel, a day after the organization's annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony. Brunel told a friend that she found Miller lying on his bed ...
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A Who's Who Primer for the Spartacus Prequel Gods of the Arena

Spartacus: Gods of the Arena

Spartacus: Gods of the Arena rewinds the clock, resurrects a couple of dead guys and introduces two new characters who share in the gladiator-era debauchery and bloodlust.

Set approximately five years before Spartacus: Blood and Sand, the six-part prequel (premiering Friday at 10/9c on Starz) features a more youthful but no less ambitious Lentulus Batiatus (John Hannah), and his randy wife Lucretia (Lucy Lawless) as well as Gladitor Crixus (Manu Bennett) and Oenomaus (Peter Mensah). New to the story are Gannicus (Dustin Clare), a gladiator, and the merry widow Gaia (Jaime Murray), both of whom provide much of the entertainment — and trouble — in Batiatus' world before the arrival of Spartacus.

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NBC Entertainment President Angela Bromstad to Exit

Angela Bromstad

Angela Bromstad, prime time entertainment president of NBC and Universal Media Studios, is leaving the network.

"Today I wanted to let you know that I'm leaving NBC Universal," Bromstad wrote in an e-mail to her staff Thursday, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. "I cannot possibly sum up my thoughts and emotions in an e-mail but suffice it to say I have tremendous ...
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ABC Gives Jimmy Kimmel Midnight Slot, Trims Nightline

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Jimmy Kimmel Live will move up its start time by five minutes, ABC announced Thursday.

Beginning Feb. 4, the late-night talk show will begin at midnight instead of 12:05 a.m. ET. The move trims Nightline, which begins at 11:35 p.m. ET, to 25 minutes from 30 minutes.

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To compensate for the shortened time, the newsmagazine ...
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