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  1. Final Draft Awards Screenwriting Nominees Announced

    10:10 am 1/29/2015

    'Birdman,' 'Boyhood,' 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' 'Interstellar' and 'Nightcrawler' are nominated for best original screenplay.Read more

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  2. Tommy Hilfiger Is Writing a Memoir

    10:00 am 1/29/2015

    The fashion designer's new tome is expected to drop this fall.Read more

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  3. 'Ted 2' Trailer: Give the Teddy Bear His Human Rights (Video)

    9:49 am 1/29/2015

    'Ted 2' stars Mark Wahlberg, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Barth and, of course, Ted.Read more

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  4. How to Get the Angelic Beauty Look from Christian Dior's Haute Couture Show

    9:33 am 1/29/2015

    Peter Philips, Dior Makeup's creative and image director, breaks it down for us.Read more

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  5. Watch Snickers' 'Brady Bunch' Super Bowl Ad

    9:08 am 1/29/2015

    Something's wrong with Marcia (and Jan).Read more

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  6. Listen to Jeff Bridges' 'Sleeping Tapes' Album and Dream With The Dude

    8:42 am 1/29/2015

    Jeff Bridges wants to tuck everyone in at night.Read more

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  7. Jim Parsons Set to Play God on Broadway

    8:37 am 1/29/2015

    The 'Big Bang Theory' and 'Normal Heart' actor will lead 'An Act of God,' based on David Javerbaum's book 'The Last Testament: A Memoir By God.'Read more

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  8. 'Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of': Film Review

    8:06 am 1/29/2015

    Stephen Kijak's documentary recounts the history of the world's best-selling boy band and their preparations for their 20th anniversary reunion tourRead more

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  9. Comedy Central's Digital Studio Developing Six New Projects (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 1/29/2015

    The in-house multiplatform unit is also moving two web series to the cable network later in 2015.Read more

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  10. Oscars: 'The Imitation Game' Finally Plays the Gay Card

    8:00 am 1/29/2015

    Controversies around race ('Selma') and war ('American Sniper') have dominated the awards debate: Now, in an eleventh-hour strategy to change the conversation, Harvey Weinstein offers to give up his British honors if the U.K. pardons the homosexuals it criminalized.Read more

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