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Goldie Hawn Reveals the Secrets of Her 34-Year Love with Kurt Russell — and What She Really Thinks of Monogamy

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Goldie Hawn Reveals the Secrets of Her 34-Year Love with Kurt Russell — and What She Really Thinks of Monogamy
Goldie Hawn first fell for Kurt Russell 34 years ago while they were making the movie Swing Shift —and it was the beginning of one of Hollywood’s most enduring love stories.

For People’s new cover story, Hawn, 71, who’s back onscreen in the new comedy Snatched, sat down at her L.A. home with Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle for a wide-ranging interview about her remarkable rise to success, motherhood and her life with Russell.

“He was so good-looking, but he had no pretense about him. I could tell right away he wasn’t a womanizer,” Hawn says of her first impressions of Russell.
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Grey's Anatomy Recap: Crush Landing

Grey's Anatomy Recap: Crush Landing
All together now: Finally! In Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy, Maggie at long last wised up about Nathan and Meredith. But did she, as Grey predicted, hate her half sister for getting the guy? Read on and find out!

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

‘Is He A Good Kisser?’ | As “Don’t Stop Me Now” began, Meredith was anticipating Maggie reacting badly to the revelation that she and Nathan were becoming a couple. Her practice round, she suggested to Alex, “sounds forced because I’m a horrible person.” As the
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The Most Terrifying Character in 13 Reasons Why Got His Start on Glee

Image Source: Netflix Of all the characters on 13 Reasons Why, few are as quietly terrifying as popular jock Bryce Walker. The drama follows high school student Clay (Dylan Minnette) after he receives a box of tapes from classmate Hannah Baker, who killed herself a few weeks earlier. On the tapes are the 13 reasons why she decided to commit suicide, each corresponding to a different person at the school. Bryce is a huge part of why she did what she did, and if you couldn't help but feel you'd seen the actor before while watching, you're definitely not alone. Signing on to play a character as despicable as Bryce can't have been a decision made lightly, but Justin Prentice - who was bullied himself as a kid - has had plenty of experience under his belt thus far in his career. The 23-year-old actor from Tennessee has been in the business
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Here's 27 Better Titles for Now You See Me 2

Here's 27 Better Titles for Now You See Me 2
This weekend is very crowded at the box office, and outside of Warcraft, it is very sequel heavy. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is entering its second turn at the box office, James Wan will probably win with The Conjuring 2, and then there is the sequel nobody asked for, Now You See Me: The Second Act. Not only does the sequel feel very unnecessary, but the title is pretty predictable. Well, thanks to a brilliant writer on Twitter, we now have a lot of great alternate titles for it. 27 to be exact.

Writer Fran Hoepfner recently took to her Twitter account to inform us all that she has been brainstorming better titles for the Now You See Me sequel for a few months. Though it may have started as a pet project for her, she waited for the film's opening weekend to share her ideas with the world. To put it simply, she totally nailed it.

"For the past few months I have been writing alternate titles for Now You See Me 2 and now I'm going to post all of them. Thanks."

Hoepfner kept herself busy for the last few months, or at least for several minutes here or there over the first part of the year, because she unleashed this massive stream of alternate titles for Now You See Me 2 on Friday. All in all, she shared 27 tweets ranging from two word simplicity to something that would barely fit on a movie poster. All of them are pretty great. Titles like "Seen 2" and "Oops You Saw Me Again" encapsulated her thoughts, and perhaps most of our thoughts, about just how ridiculous this movie actually is.

Now You See Me 2 is faring decently enough at the box office so far. It is on pace to take third place for the weekend behind The Conjuring 2 and Warcraft with somewhere around $22 million. That puts it reasonably well below the opening weekend for the original Now You See Me, which brought in $29.4 million on its first frame of release, and went on to gross $351.7 million worldwide on a $75 million budget, which represented a pretty decent return for Lionsgate, though it didn't exactly feel like a franchise film.

Now You See Me 2 currently sits at a 37 percent critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, but seems to be fairing much better with fans, which seems to echo what happened with the first film. Though, critics didn't hate the original quite as much. The sequel added some star power with Daniel Radcliffe and Lizzy Caplan, but Isla Fisher didn't return. Lionsgate seems to have faith in the franchise potential, as it was announced in April that the studio was already planning a third installment with Jon Chu coming back to direct. If nothing else, hopefully we will get some more alternate titles for Now You See Me 3 from Fran Hoepfner. Be sure to check out all 27 of her tweets below.

Now You See Me Too

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Now You See Me Once More

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Now You See Me Also

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Now You Also See Me

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

See Me Again

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Come See Me One More Time

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Once Again You See Me Also

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Here I Am Again

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Remember Me? Im From 2013

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

From Before, It's Me

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Seen 2

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Seen Again

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

I Can't Believe This Is The Second Time We're Seeing Each Other

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Oops You Saw Me Again

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

You've Been Seen Twice Now

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Once Again, Me

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Here's Me To Look At Again Also

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

When Was The Last Time We Saw All Of You Together

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Me From Before

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Now It's A Second Time You've Seen Me

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

I've Seen You Twice And This Is The Second Time

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Mark Ruffalo'S First Movie In Theaters Since 'Spotlight'

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Two Times To Have Been Seen

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Twice I've Been Seen By You

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

To Be Seen Two Times By You Also

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Twice Seen

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Now You See Me Again For What Would Be Considered The Second Time

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016

Okay that's it. I think they picked the worst possible title for this movie. Thanks.

— fran hoepfner (@franhoepfner) June 10, 2016
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Quantico Recap: The Parent Trap

So I’m going to flat-out say it: Shelby’s parents on Quantico are terrible, no-good monster people.

What kind of mother or father would leave their child to assume they’d been killed in one of the worst terrorist attacks in American history? And then, once they pop up alive again, shake said child down for thousands?

Horrible (yet pretty) people, that’s who. And they pull another terrible con on Shelby in this week’s episode. Another question related to the hour: If Alex and Drew have sex in the forest, does anyone care? Read on for the highlights of “Care.
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Performer of the Week: Robin Wright

Performer of the Week: Robin Wright
The Performer | Robin Wright

The Show | House of Cards

The Episode | “Chapter 49” (March 4, 2016)

The Performance | Let’s just come right out and say it: Wright won House of Cards‘ fourth season by a veritable landslide. Her steely first lady stole the show early on as Claire went toe-to-toe with husband Francis in an epic battle of intellect and hubris, and Wright had us rooting for her Flotus every step of the way. (Not that she needed our support — she had the situation more than handled.)

While that marital battle raged, Claire was fighting a war on another front — with her
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Ratings: American Idol Ends Its Run With 3-Year Highs, 13 Million Viewers

Ratings: American Idol Ends Its Run With 3-Year Highs, 13 Million Viewers
This… is American Idol‘s final ratings report.

RelatedMichael Slezak’s American Idol Series Finale Recap: Did the Right Contestant Win? Plus: TVLine’s Series Finale Awards!

Fox’s onetime juggernaut wrapped its 15-season run on Thursday night with a total audience of 12.9 million viewers, while scoring a 3.0 demo rating. That marks the reality competition’s best finale numbers since Season 12 (when it closed with 14.3 mil/3.6).

At its peak, Idol drew 38.1 million (!!!) to its Season 2 finale, while its all-time finale low was Season 14’s audience of 8 million.

TVLine readers gave the star-studded milestone coronation ceremony event-palooza an average grade of “A-.
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Once Upon a Time Video: Can Emma + Regina + Squiggly Lines Defeat Hades?

Once Upon a Time Video: Can Emma + Regina + Squiggly Lines Defeat Hades?
This Sunday on Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), Emma and Regina pair up to set in motion their plan of attack against Hades — but will a bunch of “squiggly lines” do the trick?

RelatedOnce Upon a Time: Sam Witwer to Recur as Evil Mental Hospital Warden

As seen in the sneak peek below, Emma finally sneaks in some Zzzzs after storming the Underworld, but then quickly gets back on mission, joining in Regina’s plan to infiltrate Hades’ man cave. Can their combined magic crack open the door? Press play below to find out.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2016: Deaths,
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Grey's Recap: Wilmer Valderrama Checks In… and Checks Out Stephanie!

Grey's Recap: Wilmer Valderrama Checks In… and Checks Out Stephanie!
Funny — we didn’t see Cupid’s name listed in the credits for this week’s Grey’s Anatomy. But there was no denying that the cherub had taken aim when we got a gander at the stars that special guest patient Wilmer Valderrama had in his eyes when they were pointed in Stephanie’s direction. After what might be the longest dry spell in recorded history, was Jackson’s ex-girlfriend finally going to get her groove back? Read on and find out!

Checking In | As “I Wear the Face” began, Meredith didn’t seem pleased that she had invited Amelia to move back in,
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Ashildr’s on Radio 1 on Christmas Day. Sort Of.

Philip Bates is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

What’s everybody doing on Christmas Day? Watching Doctor Who, yeah? Good stuff. Except Ashildr/Me/Mayor Me/Me Again will be on Radio 1 for anyone deciding that they’d prefer to listen to some soothing music. Well, music at any rate. It’s Radio 1. Probably won’t be soothing at all. Maisie Williams, best-known for Game of Thrones, but she also...

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Doctor Who series 9: Our video verdict on 'The Woman Who Lived'

Who wants to live forever? Doctor Who dwelt on the downside of immortality in tonight's 'The Woman Who Lived'.

Hit play above to hear DS TV Editor Morgan give his verdict on the episode, in the latest Geek TV.

Doctor Who series 9: 'The Woman Who Lived' doesn't quite gel

Tom Riley would love Doctor Who return as Robin Hood: "I'd do it again in a minute"

Were you charmed by Rufus Hound's highwayman Sam Swift? What did you make of fiery Leandro? And do you think we'll see Ashildr / Me again in the future?

Share your thoughts on 'The Woman Who Lived' in the comments section below.

Morgan will be back next Saturday night to discuss 'The Zygon Invasion' - unless, of course, he's replaced by a duplicate...
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Russell Wolfe, Producer of ‘God’s Not Dead,’ Dies at 50

Russell Wolfe, prolific producer of faith-based films such as recent hit “God’s Not Dead” through his Pure Flix studio, died May 27 in Scottsdale, Arizona of ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).

Russell produced and co-starred in 2014’s “God Not Dead,” which grossed $60 million dollars. He was diagnosed with ALS during the film’s release.

He continued to work during his illness, producing the sequel “God’s Not Dead 2,” planned for a spring 2016 release.

Wolfe was a co-founder of production company Pure Flix, which has produced and distributed nearly 100 faith and family properties. Among the other films he produced and acted in were “What If…,” “In the Blink of an Eye” and “Me Again.”

He is survived by his wife, Alysoun, and their two children.
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Claptone Delivers A Killer Essential Mix For BBC Radio 1

Making his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix debut, Berlin-based producer Claptone delivers a two hour, house heavy set that is sure to be a frontrunner for Essential Mix of the year. Featuring exclusive remixes and specifically tailored edits, this is one Essential Mix that you won’t want to miss.

“In my Essential Mix, I show you where I come from and I also show you where I’ll go,” Claptone says to open the show. “You’ll find lots of new, different and exclusive versions of Claptone music which has been tailored for this occasion. It’s not your usual DJ mix, nor is it what I play in the clubs. My Essential Mix is much more.”

And boy, is he right. With a track selection ranging from The White Stripes and The Police to James Brown and Daft Punk, the mysterious German producer displays his extensive musical knowledge in
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Joan Rivers Dead: Hollywood Mourns Comedian

Joan Rivers Dead: Hollywood Mourns Comedian
Hollywood is mourning Joan Rivers after the comedian died Thursday following a week in the hospital after she reportedly stopped breathing during surgery. Rivers was moved out of intensive care on Wednesday and into a private room, but she died shortly after 1 p.m. Edt Thursday, according to a statement from her daughter, Melissa. Fellow comedians, actors and media personalities were among those remembering Rivers, who was 81. Related: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2014 Rivers' Life and Career in Pictures Joan Rivers' Final THR Essay: Why Johnny Carson 'Never Ever Spoke to Me Again' 10 of Her Wildest Fashion

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Adele’s Previously-Unreleased Tracks Leak Onto the Web

Her album 21 is one of the best-selling of all time, and now there are two unheard tracks from Adele from her 2010 sessions.

The “Rolling in the Deep” dame’s previously-unreleased ditties “Never Gonna Leave You” and “You’ll Never See Me Again” seem to tell two very different tales, though they’re both about love.

Coming next year, Adele has announced she’ll release her highly-anticipated follow-up, titled simply 25.

Check out “You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Never Gonna Leave You” below and get excited for more new material from Adele.
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Hear Two Unreleased, Leaked Songs From Adele's '21'

Hear Two Unreleased, Leaked Songs From Adele's '21'
Two previously unreleased tracks by Adele have been leaked online, reportedly belonging to recording sessions for her seminal album 21. One song is called "You'll Never See Me Again" and the other is called "Never Gonna Leave You," both of which Digital Spy UK says were made in 2010 sessions with producer Fraser T Smith. Rumors had circulated in July over Adele's next album, noting that it would be out this year and titled 25, but those suspicions have been denied.  Listen to the two tracks below: This post originally appeared on Billboard.com.

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Joan Rivers Cuts Short CNN Interview, Walks Out (Video)

Joan Rivers Cuts Short CNN Interview, Walks Out (Video)
After apparently becoming incensed with a CNN anchor, Joan Rivers cut short a taped nationally televised interview. The Fashion Police personality walked off of a CNN Newsroom interview with host Fredricka Whitfield after the conversation turned to her boundaries when telling jokes. "This whole interview is becoming a defensive interview," Rivers said, also protesting that Whitfield's line of questioning was mainly "negative."  Story Joan Rivers: Why Johnny Carson 'Never Ever Spoke to Me Again'  "You are not the one to interview a person who does humor, sorry," she added, before walking off the set.  Whitfield later

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‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Wraps As Ratings Juggernaut

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Dear Kathy Bates, Me again – writing to make sure you’re aware that last night, the season finale of your FX miniseries American Horror Story: Coven attracted nearly 6 million viewers counting its premiere run and encores – and that nearly 4 million of them were 18-49-year-olds. Hope you’re also aware it’s the most watched Ahs finale ever — 85% better than the Ahs: Asylum finale in overall audience and 72% in the demo – and that, overall, Coven is the most watched in the Ahs franchise. Maybe more important to you. The full season ranks among the Top-20 shows on TV in delivery of 18-49 year olds, and among the Top 5 in cable. The first run of the season finale episode delivered more than 4 million viewers — nearly 3 million of whom fell into that key age bracket. Of course, I’m sure you know initial numbers don’t tell the whole story, since
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The Movie Bit Mobile Site

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Hi there. Me again. Just in case you didn’t know, the new look is fully responsive, meaning that the site will readjust automatically to whatever device your viewing it on. Even on a smart phone. There’s no need to do anything. Just browse to www.themoviebit.com on your phone and read away to your heart’s content, in a super fast mobile experience.
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Arrested Development Soundtrack: Coming Soon!

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There may be more Arrested Development episodes on the way.

There may also be an Arrested Development movie.

But now the folks at Film Music Reporter have confirmed: There will definitely be an Arrested Development soundtrack! It will be released on November 19.

According to a press release, “Arrested Development’s composer David Schwartz selected his songs and score from all four seasons of the show, with a heavy dose of the original madcap songs and its signature ukulele tunes."

Schwartz - who has also scored Deadwood, Beverly Hills, 90210 - added on his website that “the playlist is based on all of the requests from we received during the Ama on reddit.com. Greatest fans ever!”

Look for the soundtrack to be comprised of 42 singles. They will be:

1. Arrested Development (Main Title) (0:18)

2. She’s Cute (1:25)

3. Get Away (Extended Version) (2:53)

4. Practice Kisses (1:51)

5. Sound of Silence / The Cockroach (Medley
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