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‘Today’ Show Confirms Ray Rice Interview

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After weeks of rumors, NBC has confirmed that Matt Lauer and “Today” has nabbed the first interview with former Ravens runningback Ray Rice and his wife Janay since Rice was suspended from the NFL. The interview will air on two parts on Monday, Dec. 1 and Tuesday, Dec. 2. A snippet of the interview was… Read more »

Mar del Plata Celebrates 60th Anni

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MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina — Argentina’s Mar del Plata International Film Festival, which wraps Saturday, not only marks its 29th edition this November but the 60 years since it was first inaugurated in 1954 by then President Juan Domingo Peron. Projected before every screening and on some buildings across the city, an evocative black and… Read more »

Beloved Mexican Comedian Chespirito Dies at 85

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Mexican comedian Roberto Gomez Bolanos, better known as Chespirito, who became a television staple in countless Latin American homes as “El Chavo del Ocho,” has died in his Cancun home, according to Televisa. He was 85. A cause of death has not yet been announced. Bolanos was best known for writing and playing the boy… Read more »

Who Are the 14 Most Evil Bond Villains?

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Batman has the Joker, Harry Potter has Lord Voldemort, and in the world of James Bond one archenemy reigns supreme: Ernst Stavro Blofeld. The head of a global crime syndicate known as SPECTRE, Blofeld appears in three of the original Ian Fleming novels and six of Eon Productions’ Bond films. Last seen falling to his… Read more »

‘Real World’ Alum Ryan Knight Dies at 29

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The “Real World” family has lost another member. Ryan Knight, who appeared on the 2010 “Real World New Orleans” season as well as “The Challenge,” has died, according to TMZ. He was 29. MTV was unable to verify the reports independently, but has been posting condolences on its Twitter feed and related accounts. The Real… Read more »

Bob Baker, Puppeteer Whose Theater Was L.A. Institution, Dies at 90

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Puppeteer Bob Baker, whose marionette theater near downtown Los Angeles was an institution serving generations of kids, died Friday of natural causes. He was 90. Baker, who launched the Bob Baker Marionette Theater in 1963, offered puppet shows in what was billed as one of the world’s oldest and longest-running children’s theater companies. In 2009,… Read more »

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens': A Timeline of Events So Far

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It’s been two years since the world learned that a new “Star Wars” movie was in the works. Since then, fans and industry figures have taken to a massive amount of speculation and rumors — but, in the way of the plot and the way the seventh film in the “Star Wars” world looks, Disney… Read more »

Oscars: Where’s the Competition in the Actress Categories?

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“Wild,” the Fox Searchlight drama about a woman’s 1,100-mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, is a redemption story in more ways than one. In adapting Cheryl Strayed’s 2012 memoir about a personal breakdown, Reese Witherspoon rescued herself from the brink of Hollywood’s own Appalachia. After winning the Oscar for “Walk the Line” in 2006,… Read more »