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Macklemore Partner Ryan Lewis: My Mom Has HIV
The hip-hop star shares a personal story about his mother, her survival and their aim to help others around the world with health care access.
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Netflix Announces Original Series in Spanish
The company announced a 13-episode series filmed in Mexico about a family in the world of futbol or professional soccer.
Shakespeare Turns 450, Still Influencing Movies, TV
"House of Cards" owes a debt to "Richard III," and "Sons of Anarchy" to Hamlet. And a certain "Romeo"-influenced song needs more cowbell.
'Bachelorette' Hopeful Dies After Paragliding Fall
Eric Hill was severely injured in a paragliding accident on Sunday in Utah and his sister shared news of his death via Facebook on Wednesday.
Alan Cumming Thought His Dancing Days Were Over
The actor is reprising his role as the Emcee in "Cabaret," for which he won a Tony award, and no one is more surprised by that than Cumming himself.
Lupita Nyong'o Is Always a Beauty On Instagram
People mag's Most Beautiful person rose to fame during awards season. On her photo-sharing feed, she's just as stylish and graceful.
Ousted 'Voice' Singer: I'm '500 Steps Ahead' Now
Three of the top 12 finalists sang for their futures on "The Voice" Tuesday night — Tess Boyer, Dani Moz and T.J. Wilkins.
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'Spider-Man' Garfield Gets Tangled in Web of Words
During a recent Q&A, Andrew Garfield got taken to task by his co-star Emma Stone, who asked him to explain a "feminine" comment.
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Spidey Smackdown: Emma Stone Calls Out Boyfriend
The actress put her boyfriend, Andrew Garfield, on the spot after he told a small boy that Spider-Man got his costume by sewing it, which he said was “a feminine thing to do.”
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