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‘Walking Dead’ Season 5: Rick Is Being Hunted (Photo)

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A new poster for the fifth season of “The Walking Dead” seems to confirm any and all suspicions that Rick Grimes and friends are in the company of cannibals. “Hunt or be hunted,” a tag line reads on a new poster (above) AMC released Tuesday. See video: ‘Walking Dead’ Season 5 Trailer May Have Spoiler to End All Spoilers (Video) Season 4 ended with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) leading his gang of survivors — with the exception of Carol (Melissa McBride) and Tyreese (Chad Coleman) — into Terminus, a camp they hoped would be a safe haven in the zombie apocalypse. Unfortunately, Rick, Daryl, Carl and. »


- Greg Gilman

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Reese Witherspoon's Odd F-Bombs, Michael Keaton Mania, ‘Weird Tales’ Show-Stealing: 7 Telluride Takeaways

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Now that most Telluride Film Festival passholders have made the 9,000-foot descent back to sea level, what lessons do the newly re-oxygenated attendees have to impart? A few that come to mind in the wake of the 41st annual Colorado confab: 1. Telluride isn't always going to be a Best Picture bellwether. Last year, festival-goers came back after Labor Day crowing that it was going to be a two-picture race, between “12 Years a Slave” (which world-premiered in Telluride) and “Gravity” (which had its American bow there). And, despite all the cries that it was way too soon to make that »


- Chris Willman

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Piers Morgan Says He Turned Down New CNN Contract

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Piers Morgan says he has turned down an offer to remain with CNN. The talk show host's relationship with the network didn't officially end with the cancellation of his show in March — but it is over now. Morgan's contract with the network just ended, and he shared the news on Twitter Tuesday. He said he had turned down an offer from CNN chief Jeff Zucker to host 40 specials over the next two years. Also read: Piers Morgan, Immigrant With Job No American Wants, Faces Deportation “Breaking News: I am no longer a @CNN employee,” he wrote. “I was offered a. »


- Tim Molloy

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Critics and Viewers Trash Lifetime's ‘Saved by the Bell’ Movie: ‘Atrocious,’ ‘Boring,’ ‘Yawn-Inducing Mess’

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Lifetime's “Unauthorized Saved by the Bell” story premiered on Monday, but not to any critical acclaim. “Is ‘The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story' the worst movie that has ever been made for television? Or is it secretly genius, and we were too tired from our Labor Day barbecues to notice?” Daily Beast writer Kevin Fallon wrote in his piece panning the 2-hour drama based on a 2009 memoir written by Screech actor Dustin Diamond. “Or maybe, just maybe, ‘The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell' is just plain atrocious.” Also read: ‘Saved by the Bell’ Casting Director on Returning for the Movie, »


- Greg Gilman

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Disney's ‘Frozen’ Empire Is Bigger Than Ever

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“Frozen” is as hot as ever for Disney, so don't expect them to let it go anytime soon. The Oscar-winning animated film topped out at $400 million domestic and $1.274 billion worldwide at the box office earlier this year, making it one of the company's all-time biggest smash hits. The story of the sister princesses in the icy kingdom of Arrendale was an unexpected smash for Burbank-based Disney, which spent the summer plotting out how to keep the snowball rolling. The answer has been in activating the company's many branches, making “Frozen” the perfect case of corporate synergy at the House of. »

- Jordan Zakarin

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CeeLo Green Accused of Tweeting: ‘People Who Have Really Been Raped Remember!!!’

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Two days after he pleaded no contest to a felony count of giving a woman the drug ecstasy, the former “Voice” coach allegedly opined on Twitter that “People who have really been raped Remember!!! No tweets involving the case appeared on his Twitter feed Tuesday, but others screengrabbed tweets they said he had sent Sunday. Green drew immediate condemnation because one of the dangers of date-rape drugs is that they can incapacitate victims and make them incapable of remembering assaults. Also read: CeeLo Green Pleads No Contest in Ecstasy Case Green's publicist did not immediately respond to TheWrap's request for comment Tuesday. »


- Tim Molloy

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Angelina Jolie First Wedding Photos Flood Internet on Labor Day

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Angelina Jolie was the subject of social media buzz on Labor Day after the first photos from her and Brad Pitt‘s wedding ceremony in France last month hit the web. Both People Magazine and Hello! Magazine debuted the first public images of Jolie wearing a white veil and gown decorated with drawings by her children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Vivienne, Shiloh and Knox. Also read: Hollywood Reacts to Brad Pitt's Marriage to Angelina Jolie Donatella Versace designed the silk-satin gown, while the children's colorful drawings were embroidered on by Luigi Massi — the master tailor at Atelier Versace. “Luigi is »


- Greg Gilman

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Jimi Jamison, Survivor Lead Singer, Dead at 63

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Jimi Jamison, the lead singer of the rock band Survivor, died Sunday after suffering a heart attack in his Memphis, Tenn. home. He was 63. “The entire Survivor family is very shocked and saddened by the passing of our brother Jimi Jamison,” the band said in a statement on Facebook. “Our thoughts, love and prayers go out to his family and friends.” The singer was touring with the group, and had performed with the band at a concert in Morgan Hill, Calif. on Saturday. See photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2014 Jamison launched his career as the lead singer of heavy metal band Cobra before. »


- Greg Gilman

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13 Fall TV Burning Questions: What's Stephen Colbert Really Like? Can NBC Stay No. 1?

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No one would have guessed at the start of last season that NBC would end 2013-14 on top, that shows starring Robin Williams and Michael J. Fox wouldn't last the season, or that Stephen Colbert would be named as David Letterman's replacement. Nothing is certain in today's broadcast landscape, which is fast ceding ground to cable and online. As goes William Goldman's great line about the movie industry, “Nobody knows anything.” Also read: ABC's Diversity Push: Can It Put the Network Back on Top? It's true, we don't have the answers. But we do have plenty of questions. »


- TheWrap TV Team

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Washington Post Replaces Publisher Katharine Weymouth With Frederick J. Ryan Jr.

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Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos is replacing Publisher Katharine Weymouth with Frederick J. Ryan Jr., a former Reagan administration official who was on the founding team behind Politico, the Post reported. Weymouth's exit ends eight decades of Graham family leadership of the paper that broke the Watergate scandal, among other crucial stories. The 48-year-old's great-grandfather bought the paper in 1933. Also read: ‘Redskins’ Banned by Washington Post Editorial Page Bezos, who bought The Post for $250 million just over a year ago, told Weymouth last month that was replacing her, the Post reported. The paper said she will remain on the payroll. »


- Tim Molloy

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Watch John Oliver Read the Insane Comments on His YouTube Clips (Video)

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Agree or disagree: John Oliver looks like a parrot. Hey, don't tell us your opinion — head over to YouTube, where that debate is apparently raging on the “Last Week Tonight” video comment section. See video: John Oliver Tackles Ferguson and Police Militarization To deliver a few laughs during a week when his show isn't airing, Oliver produced a little web-only video in which he read some of the weirder and more insane comments left on his show's YouTube page. They provided a darker comment on the American people than even the segments in which he skewers their leaders. See video: John Oliver Reads Smutty. »


- Jordan Zakarin

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Hollywood Nude Photo Hacking Scandal Under Investigation by FBI and Apple

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The FBI and Apple are both investigating the leak of a a massive trove of nude actress photos that leaked online over the weekend. The photos — which included shots of Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kate Upton, and Kirsten Dunst — spread fast, despite a grassroots effort to discourage people from viewing them. See video: ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ First Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Is Dazed and Confused “The FBI is aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile individuals, and is addressing the matter,” FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller told reporters on Monday. »


- Jordan Zakarin

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Hey, New York Times ‘Vows’ Section: Who Cares If ‘The Bride is Keeping Her Name'?

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It was a lazy weekend, so I was reading the New York Times Vows section in more detail than usual. “Tracy Weiler and Kev Davenport were married Saturday at Wahill farm in Batesville, Indiana” went a feature with a cute photo of the couple in a Jeep. “The Rev. David A. Johnson, a minister of the United Church of Christ, officiated at a ceremony led by Ryan Lympus, a friend of the couple.” “Ms. Weiler, 31, is keeping her name.” Huh? I thought. That's a weird thing to note. Then I turned the page and read the next feature. Same deal in the. »


- Sharon Waxman

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‘Saved by the Bell’ Casting Director on Returning for the Movie, Why Finding a New ‘Dustin Diamond’ Was Tough

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Casting director Robin Lippin has a long list of television credits to her name, but her time on “Saved by the Bell” and all of its spinoffs made her uniquely qualified to work on Lifetime's movie, “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story.” In addition to “Saved by the Bell,” Lippin has cast the miniseries “Attila,” “Lizzie McGuire,” and Lifetime's “Petals on the Wind” and “Blue Lagoon: The Awakening.” But, her work on the iconic Saturday morning series was special to her and she doesn't take the opportunity of returning for the movie for granted. “As a casting director, you rarely. »


- Jethro Nededog

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10 Biggest Winners and Losers at the Summer Box Office – From ‘GotG’ Chris Pratt Effect to Tom Cruise

1 September 2014 8:51 AM, PDT

Now that summer has drawn to a close and we can officially declare “Guardians of the Galaxy” the biggest winner at nearly $280 million domestically, let's take a look back at the other winners and losers to come out of  the season. Winner – Chris Pratt That guy on “Parks and Recreation” became the summer's hottest male star after his endearing turn as the roguish Peter “Star Lord” Quill in the season's biggest movie, the Marvel space romp “Guardians of the Galaxy.” And he'll be back next June in “Jurassic World” Loser – The summer box office It finished down roughly 15 percent »


- Todd Cunningham and Gina Hall

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