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Watch Channing Tatum Do Seven Dances in 30 Seconds

2 July 2015 11:14 AM, PDT

Channing Tatum's role in the dance film Step Up broke him as one of Hollywood's favorite leading men, and while he's grown into a megastar, his dancing skills are never far behind. While shooting his Vanity Fair cover with Annie Leibowitz, Tatum showcased seven dance moves in 30 seconds.

From the twist to the funky chicken, Tatum gave a brief taste of his abilities for each of the moves in a clip soundtracked by Ginuwine's "Pony." His abilities to vogue, however, top it all, confirming that he has become »

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Weekend Rock: Name the Greatest Robot Character In Movie History

2 July 2015 11:10 AM, PDT

Terminator Genisys opens up this weekend, and the reviews are quite mixed. "The movie's willingness to veer crazily off-course feels less objectionable than the monotony and sense of self-parody that kick in long before the whimper of a finish," Justin Chang wrote in Variety. It has an anemic 25 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but we'll probably see it anyway due to our undying love of the first two movies.

Now we have a question for you: Who is the greatest robot character in movie history? Feel free to vote for »

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'Wet Hot American Summer' Reboot Trailer Features All-Star Cast

2 July 2015 10:19 AM, PDT

After teasing the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer reboot with a goofy, VHS-tinted teaser, Netflix has offered an official trailer with a hilarious, enticing look at the star-studded prequel series, First Day of Camp.

The clip begins with talk of blossoming summer love and fun, as well as an uncomfortable Camp Firewood meeting that's literally crashed by Paul Rudd's surly, too-cool counselor Andy. When chastised for being a week late, Andy replies: "Whatever. It smells weird. Who beefed?" (Notably, the counselor supervisor is played by H. Jon Benjamin, and with any luck, »

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Leon Russell on His Lost Doc's Long, Strange Trip

2 July 2015 9:43 AM, PDT

Ask Leon Russell a straight question — say, about the documentary made about him in the early Seventies that's just now seeing the light of day — and the iconoclastic singer-songwriter's answer will eventually wind its way back to the subject after rambling down the crookedest of backroads. "We had a guy at the studio at the time, a harmonica player," he begins. "And one day he put a mic on his heart and started playing harmonica. He played more and more as his heartbeat got faster and faster, until he finally passed out. »

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Jon Hamm Highlights Jon Stewart's Vocal Talents on 'Daily Show'

1 July 2015 2:19 PM, PDT

As Jon Stewart's tenure as host of The Daily Show comes to a close, the send-offs are just beginning. Tuesday night's guest, Jon Hamm, appeared to introduce a special tribute dedicated to one of Stewart's more underrated talents: his voice.

"Here's what I like about you," Stewart said to Hamm. "You're the only other person on TV who spells 'Jon' correctly."

"I've been watching you for 16 long, long years," Hamm began while standing behind Stewart. "It's your voice, Jon. Your glorious voice. It's like Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand and »

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Watch Stephen Colbert Interview Eminem on Public Access Show

1 July 2015 2:08 PM, PDT

With his Late Show debut still months away, Stephen Colbert recently usurped the Michigan public access show Only in Monroe to discuss traffic with Eminem. The main guests on Colbert's overwhelmingly satirical show, which contains jokes about eating muskrat and local Yelp fights, were its regular hosts – former Miss America Kaye Lani Rafko-Wilson and registered nurse Michelle Baumann – but it's his 20-minute interview with "Marshall Mathers" midway through the show where things turn surreal (via Noisey).

The rapper, who wore an odd hoodie-blazer combo, explains to the seemingly naïve host that while he's from Michigan, »

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Hank Williams Movie 'I Saw the Light' Set for November Release

1 July 2015 1:08 PM, PDT

The big-screen retelling of the life of country music icon Hank Williams has secured a release date, just in time for awards season. Sony Pictures Classics has announced that I Saw the Light will bow in movie theaters on Black Friday, November 27th.

English actor Tom Hiddleston will play the lead role and do his own singing in the film. His previous screen credits include the role of Loki in a trio of Marvel films: ThorThe Avengers and Thor: The Dark World. He also portrayed novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald »

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Watch 'Steve Jobs' Battle for Domination in Thrilling Biopic Trailer

1 July 2015 11:43 AM, PDT

"Musicians play their instruments – I play the orchestra." That key line, from the new trailer for upcoming biopic Steve Jobs, is delivered by Michael Fassbender, as the enigmatic Apple mogul defends his position against co-founder Steve Wozniak

"What do you do?" Wozniak (Seth Rogen) asks his business partner. "You're not an engineer. You're not a designer. You can't put a hammer to a nail. I built the circuit board. The graphical interface was stolen. So how come, 10 times in a day, I read Steve Jobs is a genius. What do you do? »

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Male Stripper to Movie Star: The Evolution of Channing Tatum

1 July 2015 8:33 AM, PDT

"I didn't want to move or act like a rich man. I wanted to dance in a pair of jeans. I wanted to dance like the man in the streets." – Gene Kelly

It's hard to imagine — let alone remember — living in a world where it wasn't a universally acknowledged truth that Channing Tatum used to be a stripper. Today, that particular chapter of his origin story seems as inextricable from the 35-year-old actor's story as Ginger Rogers is from Fred Astaire's career, or Scientology is from that of Tom Cruise, »

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Kim Kardashian Gets Real: 11 Revelations From the New Cover Story

1 July 2015 7:01 AM, PDT

Reality-tv juggernaut, selfie queen, actress, model, mother, brand ambassador, Internet-breaker, entrepreneur and video game subject Kim Kardashian has something to say: "I believe that I am so much smarter than I'm portrayed."

In our new cover story (on stands Friday, July 3rd) the 34-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and multihyphenate gives Contributing Editor Vanessa Grigoriadis unprecedented access into her world — watching her work on a new website experience, fighting off a hater at a New York book signing — and talks about everything from how she's dealt with scandal (a sex tape, »

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Watch Jimmy Kimmel Quiz Kids on Gay Marriage

30 June 2015 11:08 AM, PDT

Jimmy Kimmel tapped into the Darndest Things school of comedy on Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, sending a producer and cameraman out to the street to find out what kids knew about gay marriage in light of the Supreme Court's recent marriage equality ruling.

Per Kimmel, the bit was inspired by the frequent question posed by gay marriage critics, "How do I explain this to my kids?" As it turns out, today's youth is, for the most part, understanding and accepting of gay marriage — so long as they hear the question correctly. »

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'WWE Raw': Between a Brock and a Hard Place

30 June 2015 7:44 AM, PDT

As much of the roster rallied for WWE's big trip to Singapore and Japan, there was ample room on last night's card for matches to run well past the five-minute mark. Hell, even Paige and Alicia Fox had an opportunity to showcase more than a pair of moves each before the former beat the Bellas' new Bff and scurried to safety.

And with Brock Lesnar among those en route to Asia, it meant Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns would finally get a chance to move their rivalry front and center. »

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Jon Stewart Reveals Why Republicans Won't Win Gay Marriage Debate

30 June 2015 6:50 AM, PDT

After a week of pride and progress, Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show Monday and dismantled a weekend's worth of conservative punditry and — to quote Justice Antonin Scalia — "pure applesauce" over the Supreme Court's recent decisions on healthcare and marriage equality.

Stewart's primary focus was the reaction to the marriage equality decision, which drew every bit of fear-mongering from the survivors of what Stewart dubbed the "Good News-magedon." While classic arguments like the slippery slope towards polygamy and "Won't somebody please think of the anti-gay florists?" were on rotation, »

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Watch Bittersweet 'I Am Chris Farley' Documentary Trailer

30 June 2015 6:05 AM, PDT

Chris Farley's brief life and enduring legacy will be the subject of a new documentary titled I Am Chris Farley. The film will explore the comedian's fast rise from Saturday Night Live to the silver screen followed by his untimely death at age 33. I Am Chris Farley won't premiere on Spike TV until August 10th, but the bittersweet first trailer is now available.

"Success in show business does not always create the best version of people," Bob Saget warns in the film. The film features interviews with many of »

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NBC Severs Ties With Donald Trump After Immigration Remarks

29 June 2015 2:06 PM, PDT

NBC has revealed that the network has severed ties with Donald Trump after the Republican presidential candidate made controversial remarks about Mexicans and immigration. "At NBC, respect and dignity for all people are cornerstones of our values," the company said in a statement. "Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump."

NBC will continue to air episodes of the Trump-hosted reality competition series The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice, however the real estate scion will no longer feature on the show. »

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Hating Seth MacFarlane: A Timeline

29 June 2015 12:02 PM, PDT

He was one of the youngest TV executive producers in the medium's history, created not one but two successful animated programs, hosted the Oscars and had a blockbuster comedy bring in beaucoup box office receipts. He has contributed $1 million to the Reading Rainbow kickstarter fund and produced the recent reboot of the classic science series Cosmos; Harvard named him their 2011 Humanist of the Year. Yet Seth MacFarlane has managed to inspire an intense, rabid hatred of his raunchy comedy and retro-dude attitudes that's been as fervent as the fanbase that »

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'The O.C.' Musical in Development

29 June 2015 11:31 AM, PDT

Eight years after the popular teen drama ended its TV run, The O.C. is being revived for a musical version. Directed/adapted by Jordan Ross and produced by Lindsey Rosin, the one-night-only event will take place August 30th in Los Angeles, Variety reports. 

Casting information has not been announced, but the roles of Luke Ward and Kirsten Cohen have reportedly been secured. Adding a meta feel, O.C. creator Josh Schwartz will also be characterized for the production, albeit with a non-singing role. 

The O.C. debuted on Fox in 2003 and »

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10 Things We Learned From New Nina Simone Doc

29 June 2015 8:34 AM, PDT

Filmmaker Liz Garbus was in the audience when Nina Simone performed at the 1976 Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, her first words to the audience being, "You don't understand me, you don't know what I mean when I say I'm tired . . . this is my last jazz concert and I'm graduating to a higher plane." Garbus' latest documentary, a Netflix original titled What Happened, Miss Simone?, is her attempt to understand what the iconic singer and civil rights activist meant by that declaration.

Garbus isn't the first to do so, by any means: Simone wrote an 1991 autobiography, »

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Watch John Oliver Defend Transgender Rights on 'Last Week Tonight'

29 June 2015 6:58 AM, PDT

It's been a progressive year for the transgender community – from Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair reveal to Miley Cyrus' InstaPride campaign to the continued success of Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox. But as John Oliver observes, it's important not to become "complacent about how far we've come." In the above segment from Sunday's Last Week Tonight, the host breaks down a number of prevalent issues transgender people face – from the media's frequent insensitivity to various civil rights injustices. 

After showing a transgender faux pas montage featuring TV personalities like Barbara Walters, »

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Tom Cruise to Fight Drones in 'Top Gun' Sequel

29 June 2015 6:35 AM, PDT

The script for a long-in-the-works Top Gun sequel will find Tom Cruise's Maverick character hunting down drones, according to comments Skydance Productions CEO David Ellison made while doing press in Berlin for the latest Terminator (via Collider).

"It is very much a world we live in today where it's drone technology, and fifth-generation fighters are really what the United States Navy is calling the last man-made fighter that we're actually going to produce, so it's really [about] exploring the 'end of an era' of dogfighting and fighter pilots and what that culture is today, »

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