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The failures could be spectacular.

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Leave De Niro out of this!

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This is unprecedented in comics.

Robert De Niro Has No Time for Your ‘Negative Inference’ About His Acting, Walks Out of an Interview

"I’m not doing it, darling."

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The summer of beef has escalated into an autumn of lawsuits.

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One might say these wigs are subprime.

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Opening night.

10 Character Types You’ll Come Across on Every Ryan Murphy Show

From the bitchy blonde to the lesbian of color.

Ryan Adams’s 1989 Is a Decent Breakup Album, Not a Poptimist Manifesto

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Azealia Banks Lost It on a Plane and Called Someone a ‘F*cking F*ggot’

Sigh.

Everything You Need to Remember About Empire’s First Season, in 21 GIFs

The trashcan.

One Direction’s New Album Is Out in November; Hear the Maddeningly Anthemic Single ‘Infinity’

They'll go up against the Biebs.

Scream Queens and Heroes: Haven’t We Met?

What kind of deal do we strike with familiar shows?

The Miz’s Guide to Distancing Yourself From Your Reality-TV Past

"My goal now is to win an Oscar."

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Which movies do you need to know about?

Amy Schumer Lands Book Deal, Continues to Get That Money, Baby!

The deal is reportedly in the $8–10 million range.

J.K. Rowling’s New Pottermore Story Reveals How Harry Potter’s Family Got So Rich

They've been wealthy for a long time, apparently.

Which Network-TV Shows Have a Pulse This Fall?

And which are DOA?

Watch Laurie Anderson Explain Her God Complex in New American Masters Clip

"I'm just an average American control freak."

Yom Kippur Is Making Broad City’s Abbi and Ilana Very, Very Hangry

"I'm starving."

The Mindy Project Recap: Even Tougher Than Ma

It hadn't occurred to me that Mindy was going to give birth, like, any day now.

Hollywood Is Already Thinking About a Sicario Sequel

About Benicio del Toro's character.

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Rube Goldberg composition.

Limitless Is a Fine-Enough Show With Seemingly Limited Ambition

ANOTHER CBS COP SHOW. Good grief.

Justin Timberlake Sang a Whole Bunch of Comedically Bad Theme-Song Ideas for Seth Meyers

Other than one problem, they are really good.

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