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'Zoolander No. 2' hopes to have a pretty box office despite ugly reviews

One of cinema's most famous male models has returned after 15 years away from the catwalk.

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'Deadpool' shoots to colossal Friday, aims for record R-rated opening

"Deadpool" is an R-rated superhero movie full of graphic violence and offensive language -- that's actually a good thing for its box office.

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Do the Grammys also have a race problem?

In an era in which the topic of race has taken center stage, Kendrick Lamar's Grammy-nominated album "To Pimp a Butterfly" wears its blackness as a badge of honor.

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Dr. Dre to star in Apple's first original TV series

Apple is joining the original TV series world.

Apple is producing its first original scripted television series and it will star Dr. Dre, according to an exclusive report in The Hollywood Reporter.

The six episode series entitled "Vital Signs" and will...

Kanye West, Martin Shkreli

Martin Shkreli offers Kanye $10 million for new album

Kanye West has a $10 million offer on the table.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton Broadway opening night

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Why we love 'Hamilton'

They don't call "Hamilton" "an American Musical" for nothing. Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit Broadway show embraces the history and diversity of American culture like no musical before.

Kanye and Taylor

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Kanye peeves TSwift's fans -- again

It's the Kanye West and Taylor Swift feud -- the sequel.

West released some songs Thursday from his new album, "The Life of Pablo," throwing Swift's fans into a tizzy.

In the song "Famous," West reportedly croons, "I feel like me and Taylor might sti...

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James Woods can sue Twitter user for calling him cocaine addict

Actor James Woods will be allowed to bring a $10 million defamation lawsuit against an anonymous Twitter user who called him a "cocaine addict."

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