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George Clooney Speaks Out About Lack of Sony Support


ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — In an interview with Deadline published Thursday, George Clooney explained why he feels no one else in the industry stood up for Sony in the wake of the hack attack.Clooney said Hollywood big shots were all scared that they’d be next on the hackers’ list. They were so fearful, in fact, that they refused to sign a petition that Clooney and his agent, CAA’s Bryan Lourd, passed around in support of Sony. The letter was a call for the major stu

Craig Ferguson to Host Final "Late Late Show" Friday Night


Monty Brinton/CBS(LOS ANGELES) — Craig Ferguson is saying his final farewell to CBS' The Late Late Show Friday night, after 10 years at the helm.The 52-year-old Scotsman took over hosting duties from Craig Kilborn in January 2005 and immediately shook up the traditional late-show format. For one thing, his producers never predetermined the topics he would talk about with guests, making for looser, more off-the-cuff interviews.“All I was trying to do with any guest, particularly guest

Jennifer Aniston Among the Winners at the First "People" Magazine Awards


ABC/Image Group LA(LOS ANGELES) — The first-ever People Magazine Awards, which took a look back at the year in pop culture, aired live from the Beverly Hilton on NBC Thursday.The two-hour special was hosted by Nick Cannon, who briefly addressed his split from Mariah Carey by joking, "I've been told that I've graced People from time to time....It's not like anything interesting has happened in my life in 2014."Some of the celebrity honorees included Jennifer Aniston and Michael Keaton, who

"Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb," "Annie" Open Friday; "Wild" Expands


"Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" - Fox(NEW YORK) — The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies opened on Wednesday, earning an estimated $24.5 million in its first day of release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.A few more new films join The Hobbit in theaters this weekend. Here's a closer look:Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb -- Ben Stiller's security guard character, Larry Daley, and his historical pals head to London for more museum adventures in the third film in the

Movie Review: "Annie" (Rated PG)


"Annie" - Sony/Columbia(NEW YORK) — An updated musical that already feels dated. Sony’s terrible week is probably about to get worse, because given the train wreck that is its new movie, Annie, I can’t imagine people will be flocking to theaters to catch this updated musical. I’ll skip the jokes about how the hackers should have tried to get Annie pulled, not The Interview, because you can’t go three seconds on Twitter without a similar punchline popping up in

The Colbert Report Signs Off


Comedy Central(NEW YORK) -- After nine years of truthiness, justice, and the American Way, Stephen Colbert signed off as the host of Comedy Central's award winning spoof news show The Colbert Report.Colbert launched his show on October 17, 2005, after spending several years as a correspondent on another Comedy Central program, The Daily Show. His parody of right-wing TV commentators quickly became a hit."And no, he didn't break character, even in the finale. Let's not pussyfoot around,

Cosby Lawyer Says Comedian's Comments 'Continue to Be Misconstrued'


Photo by: Peter Kramer/NBC(NEW YORK) -- An attorney for Bill Cosby on Thursday criticized freelance journalist Stacy Brown on a Friday article in the New York Post in which Cosby's comments "continue to be misconstrued in a way that can only call into question the fair-mindedness of certain commentators."In that article, Brown quoted Cosby as saying, "I only expect our black media to uphold the standards of excellent journalism...and when you do that, you go in with a neutral mind." Cosby's atto

Mistrial Declared in Case Against Man Accused of Stalking R&B Singer Ashanti


ABC/Lou Rocco(NEW YORK) -- A New York criminal court judge on Thursday declared a mistrial in the case against Devar Hurd, the man accused of stalking R&B singer Ashanti.The mistrial was declared because one of the jurors was too sick to come in for deliberation. Hurd, who represented himself while facing charges of stalking and aggravated harassment, will return to jail and be retried as soon as next month.Between September 2012 and July 2013, Hurd allegedly sent over 100 messages to the si

Theaters Now Pull "Team America" Movie One Day After "The Interview"


Kevin Winter/Getty Images(DALLAS) -- After a few theaters tried to replace The Interview with another movie highlighting North Korea, Team America has also been pulled from theaters.Paramount Pictures, the studios behind Team America, did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment, but the theaters said the company yanked the film only hours after the independent theaters said they would show the 2004 movie in place of the James Franco and Seth Rogen satire."Due to circumstan

Jennifer Aniston Reveals Downside to Letting Herself Go for "Cake"


ABC/Randy Holmes(NEW YORK) -- Jennifer Aniston is getting some serious Oscar buzz for her role in Cake, but the actress recently said letting herself go for the acclaimed role did come with some negative side effects.On an episode of the Dr. Oz Show that aired on Thursday, Aniston, 45, talked about playing a character -- Claire Simmons -- in the movie, that deals with chronic pain and how she had to stop working out for a while to make the part convincing to the audience.This lack of exercise re

Stephen Collins Describes 'Unthinkably Wrong' Encounter with Girl


Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Actor Stephen Collins’ confession of sexual misconduct with three underage girls in the past has made him an entertainment industry pariah.In an exclusive interview with Yahoo News’ Global Anchor Katie Couric, the man who played a virtuous father and pastor on the hit TV show 7th Heaven, described an inappropriate encounter with one of the girls, saying he knew he had done something “unthinkably wrong” that he couldn't take back.

Texas Theater Showing "Team America" After Sony Pulls "The Interview"


Kevin Winter/Getty Images(DALLAS) -- What do you do when threats force Sony and all the major movie chains across the country to pull the movie The Interview?One theater in Texas knows just what to do: show 2004's Team America, another satire involving North Korea, written by the creators of South Park.On the Facebook page for the Alamo Drafthouse theater in Dallas-Fort Worth, the message reads, "For the record, our plan was to still show The Interview...unfortunately these decisions aren't alwa

Angelina Jolie on Bucking the Hollywood Establishment: 'I Do What I Want to Do'


ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua(NEW YORK) — Angelina Jolie has never played by Hollywood's rules, and she doesn't plan on changing that anytime soon"I never had a plan in my life," the 39-year-old actress-turned-director tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I do what I want to do. And if suddenly tomorrow I couldn't do anything, I could deal with that.""I'd be happy at home being a mom," she adds.These days, Jolie is most interested in directing, and so far she seems to be one of the few women to earn a p

Stephen Colbert Says Goodbye to "The Colbert Report" Thursday Night


Comedy Central(NEW YORK) — After nine years as host of The Colbert Report, and with a new gig as David Letterman's replacement on the horizon, Stephen Colbert will sign off from his Comedy Central late-night show on Thursday night.Colbert launched his show on Oct. 17, 2005, after spending several years as a correspondent on another Comedy Central program, The Daily Show. His parody of right-wing TV commentators quickly became a hit, as he popularized terms such as "truthiness."Colbert's hi

Charlie Sheen to Reprise "Ferris Bueller" Role for "The Goldbergs"


Frank Ockenfels/FX(NEW YORK) — Charlie Sheen will reprise one of his early roles for a guest appearance on ABC's 1980s-centric comedy The Goldbergs.The Anger Management star will channel his Ferris Bueller's Day Off character -- the unnamed bad boy in the police station -- for an episode airing in early 2015, according to People magazine.Sheen's character in the 1986 movie had a flirtatious conversation with Jennifer Grey's Jeanie, the sister of Ferris Bueller. In the episode of The Goldbe

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