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'The Interview' Will Stream on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox

19 hours ago

One day after planning a limited theatrical release for the controversial Seth Rogen comedy The Interview, Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced plans to stream the movie on YouTube Movies, Google Play, Microsoft's Xbox Video and the studio's own dedicated website. The film – which stars Rogen and James Franco as bumbling journalists hired by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un – will be available to rent (for $5.99) and purchase in HD (for $14.99) starting on December 24th at 10 a.m. Pst, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"It has always been »

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Watch Jerry Seinfeld's Hilarious 'Tonight Show' Stand-Up

23 hours ago

Jimmy Fallon's gift Tuesday night of a free television to every member of the Tonight Show audience was all the fodder Jerry Seinfeld needed to deliver a biting, hilarious five minutes of stand-up that focused on gift-giving and how our homes have become a "garbage processing center."

"All things on Earth only exist in different stages of becoming garbage. Your home is a garbage processing center where you buy new things, bring them into your house and slowly crapify them over time," Seinfeld joked. "You're all excited when you get something, »

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'Entourage' Bros Strike Back in First Film Trailer

23 December 2014 1:28 PM, PST

A category five bro-icane is expected to hit theaters next summer, but it made landfall today with the release of the first official trailer for the Entourage movie. Yes, Vince, E, Turtle, Drama and afffable rage-aholic Ari Gold are back, and as the new clip shows, there are still more ridiculous antics the show's creators have planned for the big screen.

Fittingly, the trailer opens with a trailer — this one for Vince's latest movie, which he's directing and starring in, ostensibly as a superhero DJ who leads a horde of »

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Sony Plans Limited Release of 'The Interview'

23 December 2014 11:25 AM, PST

Sony has announced a limited theatrical release for Seth Rogen and James Franco's controversial comedy, The Interview, on Christmas Day, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sources also said the film — which stars Rogen and Franco as journalists hired by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — will simultaneously be offered on video on demand.

It is unclear what VOD platform The Interview will be made available on, or how many theaters will screen the film. As of now, the independent cinema chain the Alamo Drafthouse has confirmed »

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'WWE Raw': Ziggler, Harper, Cena and Rollins Save Christmas

23 December 2014 8:32 AM, PST

It was three nights till Christmas, and all through the Target Center, many a WWE fan was stirring, eager for their heroes to triumphantly enter.

A few did deliver, sending many a shiver, though others fell flat as they took to the mat. But thank goodness, as always, I'm here to unwrap the most bountiful of all pro-wrestling recaps. So far as last night's Raw, here's five things that I took away, and to paraphrase Fo-Fo Foley Claus, I hope you all have a nice holiday!

5. Fandango's Got His Groove Back? »

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'The Interview': Indie Cinemas, Congressman Urge Screenings

23 December 2014 8:31 AM, PST

A coalition of independent movie theater owners and one member of Congress are calling on Sony Pictures Entertainment to screen The Interview, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The controversial comedy — which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as two journalists enlisted by the CIA to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — was canceled after a group called Guardians of Peace threatened movie theaters scheduled to screen the film. The group also claimed responsibility for the massive hack of Sony. An FBI investigation linked the cyber attack to North Korea, but »

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One Direction, Jimmy Fallon, Roots Sing 'Santa Claus' With Classroom Instruments

23 December 2014 6:08 AM, PST

In December 2012, when Jimmy Fallon was still host of Late Night, Mariah Carey stopped by to perform her holiday classic "All I Want for Christmas Is You" with the Roots playing classroom instruments. Fallon has kept that tradition alive even as he moved on to The Tonight Show by inviting One Direction – fresh off their third Saturday Night Live visit in three years – to perform the Xmas favorite "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town."

With everyone wearing their most vibrant holiday sweaters, Fallon, the Roots and One Direction break out instruments like children's xylophones, »

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See Bob Odenkirk Freak Out in New 'Better Call Saul' Teaser

22 December 2014 2:35 PM, PST

A new trailer for Breaking Bad spinoff show Better Call Saul shows actor Bob Odenkirk in action as the show's titular slimeball lawyer. "You! Will! Atone!" he shrieks at a man and a woman dressed in business suits, only for the man to ask him, "What can we do for you, Jimmy?"

The show will chronicle the early evolution of Jimmy McGill (character Saul Goodman's real name) as he becomes the conniving, outlaw attorney of Breaking Bad fame. Chronologically, it will begin six years before the events of its parent show. »

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Adam Levine Talks 'Lost Stars' Performance From 'Voice' Finale

22 December 2014 1:58 PM, PST

The season finale of The Voice featured some of the seventh season's best performances and among the highlights was Adam Levine performing a stripped-down "Lost Stars" duet with Team Adam finalist Matt McAndrew. Levine spoke to Rolling Stone about the track and what it was like singing it alongside his Voice pupil.

Levine initially recorded the track for the 2014 comedy Begin Again, which starred the Maroon 5 singer alongside Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo. "Lost Stars" plays a central role in the film's plot, and both Levine and Knightley contribute »

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NFL Winners and Losers: Marshawn Lynch Goes Beast Mode on a Bad Stomach

22 December 2014 6:18 AM, PST

It's (almost) the most wonderful time of the year, when we gather in festive jubilation, celebrate special moments with family and no longer have to pay attention to the Jacksonville Jaguars. That's right, it's almost time for playoff football.

To paraphrase the O'Jays, I can hardly wait, so let's talk about what Football Santa might have in store for us: Can the Patriots and Seahawks run the table and give us the once-in-a-generation Super Bowl matchup we've long craved? Does Peyton Manning have one more playoff run in him, or »

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