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From "Annie" to "Star Wars": Popular Culture in the Remaking

From "Annie" to "Jurassic World," "Thunderbirds" to "Star Wars: Episode VII," here are 10 remakes and revamps worth getting excited about. »

Neil Patrick Harris to Host Oscars in 2015

Neil Patrick Harris to Host Oscars in 2015

Neil Patrick Harris is going for an awards-show trifecta, set to host the 2015 Oscars after four hosting stints at Broadway's Tony Awards and two at TV's Primetime Emmy Awards. »

"Friends" Is Coming to Netflix in 2015

"Friends" Is Coming to Netflix in 2015

The beloved NBC comedy will make its Netflix debut on January 1, 2015. All 10 seasons will be available instantly. »

Michael Keaton's "Birdman" Flight

Michael Keaton's "Birdman" Flight

His meta movie role as an actor trying to escape his superhero movie past bodes to carry the former “Batman” star to new heights. »

Jay Leno Returning to TV with New CNBC Car Series

Jay Leno Returning to TV with New CNBC Car Series

The new series, tentatively titled "Jay Leno's Garage," is based on his Emmy-winning web series. »

"Aquaman," "Wonder Woman" Movies Announced

"Aquaman," "Wonder Woman" Movies Announced

In addition to "Batman v Superman," Warner Bros. Pictures announced that 10 new movies featuring superheroes from DC Comics are in the works. »

Bill Murray to Sing Christmas Carols in TV Special

Bill Murray to Sing Christmas Carols in TV Special

The "St. Vincent" star has been tapped to sing traditional carols in an upcoming TV Christmas special directed by Sofia Coppola. »

Michelle Obama’s "Turn Down For What" Viral Vine

Michelle Obama’s "Turn Down For What" Viral Vine

First lady Michelle Obama didn't turn down the chance to promote a healthy diet and exercise Tuesday when she recorded a Vine video set to “Turn Down for What” that quickly went viral. »

HBO to Offer Stand-Alone Streaming Service

HBO to Offer Stand-Alone Streaming Service

Viewers longing to watch "Game of Thrones," "True Detective" and "Veep" will no longer have to pay big bucks for cable and satellite contracts. »

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"Real Housewives" Star Pleads Guilty in ID Case

One of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars convicted of bankruptcy fraud this month is headed back to court. Joe Giudice is set to appear in Passaic County court Wednesday on false identification charges.... »

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