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  1. Britney Spears Recreates Iconic 'Oops!' Album Cover With Her Sons

    6:54 am 7/6/2015

    Take two.Read more

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  2. Misty Copeland to Make Broadway Debut in 'On the Town'

    6:47 am 7/6/2015

    The dancer, who recently made history as the first African-American woman to become a principal with American Ballet Theatre, will step into the show for two weeks this summer.Read more

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  3. Dustin Hoffman: Cinema Is "Worst" It Has Been in 50 Years

    6:12 am 7/6/2015

    The actor criticized the pressure on directors to have shorter film shoots, saying that "right now, television is the best that’s it ever been."Read more

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  4. Venice: 2015 Film Festival Poster Unveiled

    6:04 am 7/6/2015

    Nastassja Kinski and Jean-Pierre Leaud grace the display.Read more

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  5. Wimbledon: BBC Changes Highlights Show After Viewer Criticism

    5:02 am 7/6/2015

    Critics also panned 'Wimbledon 2Day,' which saw hosts mingle with a live audience and included funny home video clips.Read more

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  6. Front Row Report, Versace: Michelle Rodriguez Returns to Fashion Week

    3:28 am 7/6/2015

    Also spotted at the show: Naomi Campbell sipped on champagne while Donatella Versace presented a Coachella-esque couture collection.Read more

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  7. Runway Rock: Miu Miu Resort Was All About the '80s

    3:23 am 7/6/2015

    Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kate Moss and Amber Heard arrived in Parisian black, while tunes by Depeche Mode and Axel Bauer played on the Club Miu Miu runway.Read more

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  8. U.K. Box Office: ‘Amy’ Scores Biggest Opening for Homegrown Doc of All Time

    2:29 am 7/6/2015

    The film about late singer Amy Winehouse also landed the second-biggest doc debut ever in Britain behind 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'Read more

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  9. South Korean Actress, National Icon Kang Soo-yeon Named Busan Festival Co-Director

    2:25 am 7/6/2015

    Former broadcasting executive Lee Myung-Shik was made deputy director of the Asian film festival as it tries to patch up its relations with local authorities.Read more

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  10. U.K. Minister Accuses BBC of Having "Imperial" Ambitions

    1:49 am 7/6/2015

    The comment comes after the new conservative government and the public broadcaster agreed that the latter would foot the $1 billion bill for license fee payers over the age of 75.Read more

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