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Miley Cyrus goes undercover and gets ripped apart by people

In a segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Miley Cyrus takes to the streets of LA, disguised as an Australian reporter, to find out what people really think of her, and her upcoming gig as host of the MTV VMAs.

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Emperor to bring Julius Caesar’s story to the Game of Thrones generation

Emperor is planned as an adaptation of Conn Iggulden's novels, which tell the story of a young Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus and the political and romantic machinations that lead to the infamous assassination.

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The Hobbit trilogy is going back to theaters with extended editions of each film

The extended editions of each film in Peter Jackson's trilogy of The Hobbit movies will be screened in theaters this October as part of a three-day event leading up to the final film's home-video debut.

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Joaquin Phoenix will reunite with M. Night Shyamalan for mystery movie

Oscar-nominated actor Joaquin Phoenix is reportedly in talks to reunite with his director on Signs and The Village, M. Night Shyamalan, for an unidentified film produced by The Gift's Jason Blum.

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Amazon will launch Prime Instant Video in Japan next month

Perhaps attempting to keep Netflix in check as both companies expand overseas, Amazon Prime subscribers in Japan will soon be able to access movies and television shows on Prime Instant Video.


Angry Birds maker lays off 40 percent of its staff

Rovio, the embattled developer of Angry Birds and other mobile titles, announced plans to lay off nearly 40 percent of its workforce as part of "restructuring." The company says it'll refocus on games, media, and consumer products.


Star Wars: The Force Awakens will monopolize IMAX screens for a month

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is commandeering the world's IMAX large-format screens for an entire month after its release, meaning fans will have plenty of chances to see the film at its biggest and best.

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Here’s what’s new on HBO in September and what’s going away

Whether you're a cable lover or a staunch cord cutter, there's never been a better time to get down with HBO. Follow us to find out what's new to the network each month, and what's going away.

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Thank You Ashley Madison: A TV show based on the site is in the works

A scripted TV series loosely based on Ashley Madison, the infamously hacked infidelity website, is currently in the early stages of development. It's tentatively being called Thank You Ashley Madison.

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The Walking Dead, Scandal can claim the most loyal fans on Twitter, says Nielsen study

When it comes to tweeting about their favorite show, fans of The Walking Dead and Scandal are the most loyal, according to a new Nielsen Social Study. Viewers of the two shows were more likely to tweet about three or more episodes during the 2014-15 TV season.

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When (if ever) will we see Man of Steel 2?

While we know that we'll see Superman in Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and in two upcoming Justice League projects, it may be a while before we see the Man of Steel in a standalone film

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A Sons of Anarchy spin-off focusing on the Mayans Motorcycle Club may be coming

Kurt Sutter is still serious about a Sons of Anarchy spin-off. Show creator Kurt Sutter is currently developing a spin-off series for FX that will look at another California-based motorcycle club, the Mayans.

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ICYMI: Watch John Stewart get body slammed by John Cena

John Cena took out his anger on Jon Stewart for Stewart's interference at SummerSlam, which cost him the title. He made Stewart taste his "Attitude Adjustment" finishing move on Raw.

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Thank you, comedy gods: Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer are co-writing a screenplay

Jennifer Lawrence let it slip to The New York Times Wednesday that she and comedian Amy Schumer have been writing a screenplay together. Nearly complete, it'll be a comedy about sisters, whom they plan to play.

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Was Daniel Larusso actually the villain in Karate Kid?

There may be more than one valid interpretation of the events depicted in the 80's classic The Karate Kid. According to YouTube user J. Matthew Turner, we should take a closer look at the behavior of the film's protagonist

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