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Who's so vain? Carly Simon finally reveals who her hit song is all about

Songwriter Carly Simon has finally revealed that her 1972 hit You're So Vain is about three different men, with longtime suspect Warren Beatty the subject of the song's second verse.
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Freddie Mercury to be immortalized in biopic from Theory of Everything writer

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Anthony McCarten will pen the script for a new Freddie Mercury biopic, which producers from GK Films hope will star up-and-coming Spectre actor Ben Whishaw.
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Milla Jovovich gets geriatric in new photo from Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Resident Evil franchise star Milla Jovovich posted a photo of herself in old-age makeup from the set of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the final installment of the hit series based on the popular video game.

Comcast targets cord cutters with data cap dodging Stream TV

Comcast's latest attempt to woo cord cutters is a streaming TV service offered exclusive to its Internet-only customers, which allows users to dodge the company's often-criticized data caps.
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Justin Bieber returns for a second round of CarPool Karaoke with James Corden

Justin Bieber appeared for the second time as the passenger in late night talk show host James Corden's popular Carpool Karaoke segment. This time, the pair even stopped at a clothing store to help Corden update his attire.
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The Four Horsemen return to the stage in the new trailer for Now You See Me 2 0:59

Lionsgate Pictures has released the first trailer for Now You See Me 2, the sequel to director Louis Leterrier's 2013 hit about a group of illusionists who unite to pull off a massive heist.
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This new Star Wars teaser puts the focus on Finn with lots of fresh footage 0:30

There's more new footage in the latest television ad for Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens, which focuses on John Boyega's character, Finn, and his place in the Star Wars universe.
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The Bastard Executioner creator Kurt Sutter announces show's cancellation via an ad

The Bastard Executioner has met its end. Series creator Kurt Sutter took out an ad to announce the show's cancellation. According to Sutter, "meh" ratings caused the show's downfall.
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Fargo creator Noah Hawley developing FX series based on Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle

Fargo series writer Noah Hawley will adapt Kurt Vonnegut's 1963 novel Cat's Cradle for the small screen. Based on the iconic sci-fi tale satirizing the Cold War arms race, the show will be aired as a limited series.
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Alexandra Daddario reunites with Dwayne Johnson for the Baywatch movie

The first of the Baywatch movie's leading ladies has been announced: Alexandra Daddario will play Summer, a character originally played by Nicole Eggert. Daddario joins San Andreas co-star Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.
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Comedy streaming service Seeso launches free with NBC classics, original series

Seeso will offer a free web-only beta, offering viewers a sampling of original shows, curated films, NBC favorites, and classic stand-up next month. Seeso Beta memberships will be limited, and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. 
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E! and Joel McHale will say goodbye to The Soup this year

Get ready to bid The Soup farewell. The series has been cancelled by E!, and the last episode is scheduled to air on December 18. Hosted by Joel McHale, the show has satirizing pop culture since 2004.