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Arrow's Stephen Amell Says Every Hero Must Fall — 'And Hopefully They're Alive to Learn the Lesson'

Arrow's Stephen Amell Says Every Hero Must Fall — 'And Hopefully They're Alive to Learn the Lesson'
Heroes must occasionally fall, says Arrow star Stephen Amell.

And Oliver Queen has fallen, hard, run through with a sword and pitched off a snowy cliff by the mighty Ra’s al Ghul at the close of the CW hit’s midseason finale.

Oliver surely will live to fight crime another day, yes? Amell won’t say as much. But in this TVLine Q&A, the show’s super ambassador gives reason for true fans to tune in (as Season 3 resumes this Wednesday at 8/7c), teases must-see stunt sequences and surveys the chance for great love on the action-packed drama.
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Tony Goldwyn Discusses Scandal's Heartbreaking Twist: 'I Literally Couldn't Speak the Words'

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Tony Goldwyn Discusses Scandal's Heartbreaking Twist: 'I Literally Couldn't Speak the Words'
If you think it’s hard watching Scandal‘s Olivia Pope get the hook, try being the guy breaking the fierce fixer’s heart.

When last we tuned into the sophomore ABC drama, President Fitzgerald Grant (played by Tony Goldwyn) was dealt two blows – first with the discovery that his road to the White House took a very sketchy detour. But in tandem with that, he realized that the love of his life was among the election-rigging scheme team.

Oh, and also during that very bad day he ushered a frail Supreme Court Justice to her death, to boot.

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Weather Channel special looks back at extreme weather events of 2012

The Weather Channel premieres a year-end special called 2012: A Year Out of Season this Friday, Dec. 28, at 8pm Et. The one-hour program explores the brutal weather that ravaged the United States and defined 2012. Weather Channel on-camera meteorologist Jim Cantore hosts A Year Out of Season. From The Weather Channel release: “A wide range of extreme conditions ruled the year, beginning with an unseasonably warm ‘winter-less’ winter, and a series of deadly tornado outbreaks that began before the onset of the traditional ‘tornado season.’ Months of record heat followed, leading to a drought so devastating it stirred comparisons [...]
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What to Watch During Christmas Week: Your Guide to 21 Specials, Premieres and Finales

What to Watch During Christmas Week: Your Guide to 21 Specials, Premieres and Finales
We’ve made a list and checked it twice, and here it is – your rundown of Christmas week TV!

We’ve got the classics (The Sound of Music, How The Grinch Stole Christmas), new episodes of your favorite shows (Family Guy, Doctor Who), a few season — and series! — finales (Rizzoli & Isles, Leverage) and some offbeat choices (cowboy movies, Oddities) to make your week merry and bright. Enjoy!

Sunday, Dec. 23

7 pm The Sound of Music (ABC) | How do you solve a problem like Maria? We hear curtains-turned-into-lederhosen and some edelweiss helps….

9 pm Chained to My Ex (MSNBC) | Series premiere: Emmy-winning Intervention
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Danny DeVito recalls poor childhood

Danny DeVito was so poor growing up, his family could only afford budget hamburgers. The 'Twins' actor was brought up in Asbury, New Jersey - between Atlantic City and Manhattan, New York - and told how times were tough for most people. He reminisced: 'Out of season, it was like a Bergman film. Rows of parking meters, deserted beaches, busy winter sky. 'It was very romantic for me. Of course nobody had any money in those days. All we could afford to do was get a [cheap fast food chain] White Castle hamburger. You would literally stop for 50 cents of gas. Everybody chipping it. Topping off the needle, we called it.' Danny is famed for his small
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Danny DeVito recalls poor childhood

Danny DeVito was so poor growing up, his family could only afford budget hamburgers. The 'Twins' actor was brought up in Asbury, New Jersey - between Atlantic City and Manhattan, New York - and told how times were tough for most people. He reminisced: ''Out of season, it was like a Bergman film. Rows of parking meters, deserted beaches, busy winter sky. ''It was very romantic for me. Of course nobody had any money in those days. All we could afford to do was get a [cheap fast food chain] White Castle hamburger. You would literally stop for 50 cents of
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'Jersey Shore' Star Snooki on Gaining Weight: 'What the Hell Happened?'

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'Jersey Shore' Star Snooki on Gaining Weight: 'What the Hell Happened?'
When the first photos of the Jersey Shore cast filming in Miami came out, a lot of people noticed that there was a lot more to tan on the diminutive self-proclaimed guidette. Apparently, Snooki pretty much felt the same way.

Four 'Jersey Shore' Cast Members Cut Out of Season 3?

"I used to be fit," the 22-year-old tells Us Magazine. "Now I look at myself, and I'm like, What the hell happened?"
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William Friedkin: The Hollywood Flashback Interviews

Oscar-winning director William Friedkin.

In July of 1997, I conducted the first of two lengthy interviews with director William Friedkin, regarded by many as the "enfant terrible" of the so-called "Easy Riders and Raging Bulls" generation of filmmakers who, for one brief, shining moment, seemed to reinvent American cinema in the late '60s thru the late '70s. Meeting Friedkin was something of a milestone for me at the time: I was still in my 20s, had been writing for Venice Magazine less than a year, and "Billy," as he likes people to call him, was the first person I interviewed who was one of my childhood heroes--a filmmaker whose one-sheets hung on my bedroom walls when I was growing up.

Below are the two interviews, conducted a decade apart from one another, and posted in reverse chronology. In both, Billy reveals a cunning intellect, a sometimes abrasive personal style,
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