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Funny! How Joe and Sofia Were Outed

Joe Manganiello says his secret relationship with Sofia Vergara was busted in July 2014 because of a craving for New Orleans fried chicken. More.>>

 

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Harrison Ford's broken leg on Star Wars set lands firm in court

LONDON (Reuters) - A production company that was involved in making "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will face criminal charges over an incident during filming in which Harrison Ford broke his leg, Britain's Health and Safety Executive said on Thursday. More »

 

'Hail, Caesar!' Berlin premiere turns into refugee crisis debate

BERLIN (Reuters) - The international premiere at the Berlin film festival for the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" turned into a debate about refugees on Thursday as the filmmakers and cast found themselves challenged at a news conference to do more to end the crisis. More »

 

Bruce Springsteen promises to show his mind in autobiography

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bruce Springsteen will publish an autobiography in September that he promises will show readers how his personal struggles inspired his music, including his classic 1975 hit "Born to Run." More »

 

Meryl Streep sparks uproar over 'We're all Africans' remarks

BERLIN/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Meryl Streep, the most admired actress of her generation, fueled Hollywood's diversity controversy on Thursday when she said that all of humanity originated in Africa. More »

 

Hollywood stars stud Saint Laurent's awards-season LA show

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - French design house Saint Laurent drew A-list celebrities to its catwalk fixture in Los Angeles on Wednesday, presenting its autumn 2016 creations just as the city hosts major film and music award ceremonies. More »

 

'Friends' star Perry makes playwriting debut with dark comedy

LONDON (Reuters) - "Friends" star Matthew Perry swaps the television screen for the London stage in "The End of Longing", his playwriting debut about four people feeling the pressures of life as they reach their forties. More »

 

Eagles of Death Metal schedules first concert since Paris massacre

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Eagles of Death Metal, the band on stage during the deadliest of the Islamic State attacks in Paris in November last year, has scheduled its first concert since the massacre. More »

 

Kendall Jenner sues skin care company for $10 million over ad

(Reuters) - Kendall Jenner, the model and a star of reality TV show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," is suing a skin care company for at least $10 million, saying it used her photo in advertisements for acne laser treatment without permission. More »

 

'The Kiss' and other Rodin bronzes up for auction in Paris

PARIS (Reuters) - Five small bronze statues by French 19th century sculptor Auguste Rodin will be auctioned in Paris next week, including a cast of his celebrated "The Kiss", which is estimated at 1.5 to 2 million euros ($1.70-2.27 million). More »

 

'Zoolander 2' cast strut to promote film

As New York kicks off the seasonal catwalk calendar this week, the fashion capital played host to different kind of runway show - a "Zoolander 2" inspired one. More »

 

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