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‘Good Fight’ Sets Premiere Date on CBS All Access

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The Good Fight,” the upcoming “Good Wife” spinoff, has an official premiere date on CBS All Access. The original drama series will premiere on Feb.19. The series premiere will be available on-demand on CBS All Access beginning at 8 p.m. Et. In addition, a special broadcast preview of the premiere will air on CBS that same night at 8 p.m./7c. After premiere night, all new episodes will be available weekly on Sundays exclusively for CBS All Access subscribers. The show picks up one year after the events of the final broadcast episode of “The Good Wife.” In the new series, »


- Joe Otterson

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Exclusive: Mark Hamill Weighs in on Harrison Ford & Carrie Fisher's 'Star Wars' Affair

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Carrie Fisher recently revealed that she and Harrison Ford carried on a wild affair on the set of the original Star Wars back in the 1970s, but the whole thing apparently flew under Mark Hamill's radar.

The iconic star spoke with Et's Ashley Crossan at the premiere event for launch of the Comic Con HQ network at the Paley Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday where he said he "was blissfully unaware" that his co-stars were having a fling.

"I was so self-involved at that point, they could've been doing it in front of me and I wouldn't have noticed," Hamill, 65, joked. "I was single and had my own agenda."

While he says that on-set romances are "commonplace," Hamill explained how "tricky" they can end up being for everyone involved.

"If the relationship doesn't last and you're on a TV series and you got four »


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Kid Rock Launches Pro-Trump T-Shirt Line Calling Blue States ‘Dumbf–kistan’

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Apparently, Kid Rock doesn’t plan on playing in New York or California again anytime soon. The “Devil Without a Cause” musician has expanded his merchandise line to include a number of pro-Donald Trump T-shirts — and just like much of his musical catalog, they’re pretty obnoxious. The shirts include one design declaring,”_onald Trump: The ‘D’ is missing because it’s in every hater’s mouth.” Also Read: Take a Wild Guess What Kid Rock Thinks of Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem Protest (Video) Then there’s the shirt reading, “God Guns & Trump.” One particularly eye-catching design features »


- Tim Kenneally

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Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling Immortalized on Hollywood Boulevard

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Hollywood is strewn with the phantom doubles of films that might have been if early casting instincts had been followed. Over time, these ghosts bear less and less resemblance to their existing incarnations, to the point that they barely seem conceivable. (What would “Casablanca” have looked, or sounded, or felt like with Ronald Reagan and Ann Sheridan instead of Humphrey Bogart and Igrid Bergman?) “La La Land” is but a few months old in the minds of those who saw it first, but already it’s impossible to imagine with the once-mooted Miles Teller and Emma Watson in place of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone: Teller and Watson are adept, attractive performers, certainly, but Damien Chazelle’s modern-vintage musical moves entirely to the rhythm of the star duo it got.

The duo are now immortalized at the Tcl Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

Both accomplished, independent leading players in their own right, »


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Walton Goggins to Play Villain in ‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot

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Vice Principals” star Walton Goggins is in final negotiations to star as the villain in MGM and Gk Films’ reboot of “Tomb Raider,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Alicia Vikander is set to star as the iconic character of Lara Croft, previously played by Angelina Jolie in the 2001 and 2003 films. Norwegian director Roar Uthaug is directing the film, set for a release on March 16, 2018. Also Read: Alicia Vikander's 'Tomb Raider' Movie Sets 2018 Release Date The “Tomb Raider” video game was released in 1996, with over 35 million units sold. In 2013, a reboot was »


- Beatrice Verhoeven

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Norman Lear’s ‘One Day at a Time’ Reboot Gets First Trailer From Netflix (Video)

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Netflix released the first trailer for its reboot of Norman Lear’s classic sitcom “One Day at a Time” on Wednesday, giving a first look at the series and its a Cuban-American family. The series stars “Six Feet Under’s” Justina Machado as a recently separated, former military mom navigating a new single life while raising her radical teenaged daughter and socially adept tween son. She’s “helped” by her old-school Cuban-born mom, played by Rita Moreno, and her building manager-turned-invaluable confidante. Stephen Tobolowsky, Todd Grinnell, Isabella Gomez and Marcel Ruiz also star in the series, which will debut on Netflix on Jan. »


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NBCUniversal International, Altice Group Ink Strategic Output Deal For France

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Paris– Pursuing its now agressive content strategy, Altice Group has signed a strategic output deal with NBCUniversal International to distribute three NBCUniversal channel brands across France: 13th Street, Syfy and E! Entertainment Television.

The deal will also allow Altice’s French telco group Sfr to roll out a new pay-tv channel dedicated to cinema and series, following a similar path as Canal Plus and Orange Cinema Series, the premium TV channel of France’s leading telco group Orange.

Sfr’s channel will boast first-run movies and series acquired from the NBC Universal catalog as well as French and European titles acquired from third-party producers.

On top of this newly-created channel, Altice’s French telco group Sfr will provide its subscribers with NBCUniversal movies, including the next instalments of the “Bourne,” “Fast & Furious” and “Despicable Me” franchises.

Under the deal, Sfr will offer four new channels, rounding up to a total of 20 channels across sports, information »


- Elsa Keslassy

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NBCUniversal International, Altice Group Ink Strategic Output Deal For France

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Paris– Pursuing its now agressive content strategy, Altice Group has signed a strategic output deal with NBCUniversal International to distribute three NBCUniversal channel brands across France: 13th Street, Syfy and E! Entertainment Television.

The deal will also allow Altice’s French telco group Sfr to roll out a new pay-tv channel dedicated to cinema and series, following a similar path as Canal Plus and Orange Cinema Series, the premium TV channel of France’s leading telco group Orange.

Sfr’s channel will boast first-run movies and series acquired from the NBC Universal catalog as well as French and European titles acquired from third-party producers.

On top of this newly-created channel, Altice’s French telco group Sfr will provide its subscribers with NBCUniversal movies, including the next instalments of the “Bourne,” “Fast & Furious” and “Despicable Me” franchises.

Under the deal, Sfr will offer four new channels, rounding up to a total of 20 channels across sports, »


- Elsa Keslassy

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace Lands Donald Trump Interview

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President-elect Donald Trump will sit down with Chris Wallace this weekend for an exclusive interview on “Fox News Sunday.” The interview, which will air on Sunday, Dec. 11, is Fox News’ first extensive interview with Trump since Election Day. Wallace plans to ask Trump about his cabinet announcements, including the position of Secretary of State, his plans for his first 100 days in office and the relationship he expects to have with the media moving forward. Also Read: Top 21 Cable News Shows, Ranked: What are the Most Popular CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Programs? (Photos) “Fox News Sunday” will also go behind-the-scenes with Trump on. »


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5 Things We Learned From 'Scientology and the Aftermath,' Episode 2

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The second episode of Scientology and the Aftermath, Leah Remini's A&E documentary series about the Church of Scientology (which she left in 2013), focused largely on the story of Mike Rinder, the organization's former spokesperson. Rinder was a Scientologist for 46 years and worked alongside current Church leader David Miscavige for 25 years before "blowing" — the Scientology equivalent of "see ya!" — in 2007. He no longer has contact with his children, who remain devout Scientologists. As a former high-level executive, Rinder claims that he was both party to and victim of what »


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Walton Goggins to Play Villain in 'Tomb Raider' Reboot

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Walton Goggins is preparing to face off against Alicia Vikander.

The Justified alum — also of The Hateful Eight and HBO's Vice Principals — is in final negotiations to join the upcoming Tomb Raider, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Goggins will play the villain of the Roar Uthaug film, which will tell the story of a young and untested Croft fighting to survive her first adventure.

MGM and Warner Bros. are co-producing the film, with MGM overseeing production. They acquired the rights from Gk Films, which had previously purchased the film rights in 2011 from Square Enix Ltd. Graham King »


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The 12 Most Bad-Ass Superhero Scenes of 2016 (Photos)

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2016 kicked off Hollywood’s Heroic age with the release of six Superhero Movies. Here are the year’s best scenes. Wonder Woman’s silver screen debut in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” when she appeared to fight Doomsday at a key moment of the film electrified audiences. The Warehouse fight/Martha rescue scene in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” featured Batman at his most ruthless and cemented Ben Affleck as the definitive on screen Batman. The big airport battle scene in “Captain America: Civil War” delivered the first appearances of both Giant Man and Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is perhaps. »


- Umberto Gonzalez

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‘Walking Dead’ Actor Blasts Co-Star’s Body Shamers: ‘Screw You’ (Video)

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Don’t worry, Alanna Masterson — Josh McDermitt has your back. McDermitt, who plays Eugene Porter on AMC zombie drama “The Walking Dead,” tore into his co-star’s critics while speaking to Huffington Post recently, declaring, “I’m going to bully you into stop bullying.” Masterson, who gave birth to her daughter Marlowe last month, herself tore into people who made cruel comments about her weight and appearance following a “Walking Dead” episode that focused on her character, Tara. In a lengthy missive, Masterson told her detractors to “grow the f— up.” “Dear Instagram trolls, body shamers, and the men and »


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TruTV Renews ‘Adam Ruins Everything’ and ‘The Carbonaro Effect,’ Greenlights Projects From Wanda Sykes, David Spade

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TruTV has greenlit two new upscripted series, while also renewing “Adam Ruins Everything,” “The Carbonaro Effect” and “Greatest Ever,” Variety has learned.

The cabler has picked up celebrity game show, “Talk Show the Game Show,” plus hidden camera show, “Chris Webber’s Full Court Pranks.”

“Talk Show the Game Show,” starring comedian Guy Branum, is described as a hilarious mashup of two beloved television formats that pits comedians and celebrities against each other for the title of Best Guest of the Night. Based off of Branum’s live comedy show, each episode will feature celebrity guests who become contestants as they compete in various talk show-inspired challenges and are judged by a comedic panel who awards points and roasts their performances. TruTV has ordered 16 half-hour episodes. The series hails from Push It Productions with Wanda Sykes, Page Hurwitz and Branum serving as executive producers. The project is slated for a spring 2017 premiere, and »


- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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‘Hairspray Live’ Star Derek Hough on What Could Go Wrong Tonight

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Derek Hough will be plenty nervous tonight, but that doesn’t mean his “Hairspray Live!” performance is going to show it. Of course, that doesn’t mean the live NBC musical will be without flaws. Statistically speaking, something probably will go wrong, the popular “Dancing With the Stars” pro told us — and that’s not a bad thing. Plus, nerves are good in this case, if harnessed properly. “If anything, the imperfections are what makes it special,” he said of the special. Also Read: 'Grease: Live' Boss Marc Platt Reveals Blunder That Made Producers Gasp So, what is most likely »


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Mark Hamill Was "Blissfully Unaware" of 'Star Wars' Affair Between Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford

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Guess he couldn't feel it in The Force. 

Mark Hamill told Entertainment Tonight in a recent interview that he had no clue his Star Wars co-stars Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher were having an affair while the trio was shooting A New Hope in England back in 1976. 

Fisher broke the news of the real-life Han and Leia romance in her new book, The Princess Diarist, in which she said the pair had multiple "sleepovers" despite the fact that Ford was married at the time. 

The rendezvous between the two stayed secret for almost 40 years and »


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Kelly Ripa Guest Co-Hosts Ranked by TV Ratings: From Kimmel to Christian Slater (Photos)

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“Live!” has had 52 different guest co-hosts across 112 episodes since Michael Strahan bailed on Kelly Ripa — Here’s how those syndicated TV Ratings stack up so far, per Nielsen. Strahan announced in the spring that he would leave “Live!” for “Good Morning America,” and since then lots of celebrities, from Fred Savage to Jimmy Kimmel, have sat beside Ripa. Some are obviously not available — Kimmel has a late-night show — but others could potentially become Ripa’s new co-host. The question is, who? Here are some of the co-hosts who have joined Ripa, listed by dates they guested on “Live.” Date: »


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‘Tomb Raider’ Reboot Casts Walton Goggins as Villain Opposite Alicia Vikander (Exclusive)

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Walton Goggins is in final negotiations to join MGM and Gk Films reboot of “Tomb Raider,” the latest adaptation of the popular video game starring Alicia Vikander as the iconic character Lara Croft.

MGM recently announced the pic would be released on March 16, 2018 with Norwegian director Roar Uthaug helming.

Goggins would play the antagonist in the film.

MGM joined the project in 2013, acquiring rights to the popular video game to develop the feature in partnership with Graham King’s Gk Films. King, who acquired “Tomb Raider” in 2011 from Square Enix, will serve as producer.

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The original “Tomb Raider” video game was released in 1996 by London-based Eidos, which is now part of Square Enix. The games have sold over 35 million units. Square Enix released a reboot in 2013 with a younger Croft (age 21) being sent off on her »


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‘La La Land’ Director’s Ex-Wife Gets Last-Minute Executive Producer Credit (Exclusive)

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Only the most astute viewers of “La La Land” will notice a slight change to the final cut of a movie that many expect will be a formidable Oscar contender. That’s because Jasmine McGlade, the ex-wife of director Damien Chazelle, has quietly been given a last-minute executive producer credit on the upcoming musical.

The change was made to the final print and now appears in the end credits, according to multiple sources who attended “La La Land’s” glitzy Los Angeles premiere this week. McGlade has also added a new footnote on the biography of her personal website, explaining that she executive produced the picture. A source close to the studio says that the change was made because Chazelle wanted to acknowledge McGlade’s collaborations over the years.

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‘Pokemon Go’ Partners With Sprint to Give Trainers Gift of 10,500 New PokeStops, Gyms

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“Pokémon Go” is giving trainers the gift of over 10,500 new PokéStops and gyms in December through a partnership with Sprint. “We are thrilled to announce that we are working with Sprint to create a special ‘Pokémon Go’ experience at over 10,500 Sprint locations around the United States,” John Hanke, CEO of game developer Niantic, announced Wednesday. “As part of this collaboration, Sprint, Boost Mobile and Sprint at Radioshack stores will become PokéStops and Gyms, giving you even more places to stock up on Poké Balls and Razz Berries and to battle your friends. Sprint locations will also feature in-store »

- Greg Gilman

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