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Talking 'The Theory of Everything' with Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and Director James Marsh

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Starring Eddie Redmayne ("Les Misérables") and Felicity Jones ("The Amazing Spider-Man 2"), this is the extraordinary story of one of the world's greatest living minds, the renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who falls deeply in love with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wilde. Once a healthy, active young man, Hawking received an earth-shattering diagnosis at 21 years of age. With Jane fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen embarks on his most ambitious scientific work, studying the very thing he now has precious little of - time. Together, they defy impossible odds, breaking new ground in medicine and science, and achieving more than they could ever have dreamed. The film is based on the memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, and is directed by Academy Award winner James Marsh ("Man on Wire").

Here is what Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and James Marsh had to say about the project.

Eddie was there ever a moment where you thought,
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CBS To Commemorate Beatles Appearance On "Ed Sullivan Show" With Live Broadcast, February 9

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CBS will commemorate the first appearance of The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show" with a TV special to be aired from the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City on February 9. "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles" will mark the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four's landmark appearance on Sullivan's show in the very theater from which the broadcast will take place. The show will be taped at the theater on January 27 and will feature Grammy-winning artists performing Beatles songs and discussing the influence of their music. Archival footage will also be aired.

Sullivan always took plenty of ribbing from comedians and impersonators who joked about his persona as a "square". But behind the scenes, Sullivan was hip to what the youth market wanted to see. Having heard about the sensation The Beatles were making in England, Sullivan quickly landed a deal to bring
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Mick Jagger's Satisfaction: Just How Many People Has He Slept With?!

Mick Jagger's Satisfaction: Just How Many People Has He Slept With?!
Let's spend the night together. And then some! Yep. According to Christopher Andersen, whose new book Mick: The Wild and Mad Genius of Jagger has just been released, rock legend Mick Jagger has had an estimated 4,000 lovers! During an appearance on CBS This Morning, the author noted Jagger has been "a busy boy." Andersen went on to add, "[Ex-wife] Jerry Hall proclaimed after putting up with his infidelity for 23 years that he was a sex addict, and she asked him to get help. Keith [Richards] asked him to get help, and they were thrilled when he sought help from a sex therapist. Until he seduced the sex therapist." As for his other conquests? During a chat...
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Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "Tea Leaves"

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On this week's episode of Mad Men, Betty's back - and in an, um, "big" way. Thanks to January Jones's real-life pregnancy, Mrs. Francis has packed on a few pounds after what appears to be more than one afternoon spent on the couch with a box of Bugles. Things take a dramatic turn when Betty's mother-in-law advises a trip to the doctor, and he finds a tumor in her throat. As Betty contemplates her mortality, Don and Harry take a little work offsite to a Rolling Stones concert in the name of Heinz. Back in the office, Peggy adds a new copywriter to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, and the tension between Roger and Pete continues to build. It's a relatively slow episode ("Zou Bisou Bisou" is a tough act to follow), but let's break down the biggest moments when you read more. Scary situation: Betty's clearly a bit bored in her life as Mrs.
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What to TiVo: Wednesday

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8:00 The Middle (repeat) 8:30 Better With You (repeat) 9:00 Modern Family (repeat) 9:30 Modern Family (repeat) 10:00 Cougar Town (repeat) 10:30 Cougar Town (repeat) 12:05 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Mark Wahlberg, Olivia Wilde, and The Temper Trap) 8:00 Survivor (new) 9:00 Criminal Minds (new) 10:00 The Defenders (new) 11:35 The Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guest Ronnie Spector) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guest Nick Lachey) 8:00 Human Target (new) 9:00 Hell's Kitchen (new) 8:00 The Sing-off (new) 10:00 Law & Order: Svu (repeat) 11:35 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guest Emily Blunt) 12:35 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guests Ben Stiller, the Miz, and Annie Lennox) 8:00 The Vampire Diaries (repeat) 9:00 The Vampire Diaries (repeat) More TV to watch when you read more. 10:00 Top Chef: All-Stars (new) 11:00 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
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Five Rolling Stones Albums Better Than Exile On Main St.

If you have seen Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the Rolling Stones hanging around a lot lately, it's because they are celebrating the release of a remastered anniversary edition of their classic 1972 album Exile on Main St. (which hits store shelves today). The newly remastered version features a second disc of songs, all 10 of which have been previously unreleased and were from the same sessions that yielded Exile on Main St.

Here's the thing about Exile on Main St.: While it's an excellent album and contains some of the band's signature hits ("Tumbling Dice," "Loving Cup," "Shine a Light") and some excellent deep cuts ("Rip This Joint," "Casino Boogie"), it's profoundly overrated — especially in the context of the rest of the Stones' catalog. It's way too long and bloated in places, and the stuff at the back end seems a little perfunctory (especially "Let It Loose
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