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Octavia Spencer and Kevin Costner in 'Black or White'

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Interview: Kevin Costner tackles difficult story of race relations with 'Black or White'

Oscar-winning filmmaker and actor Kevin Costner discusses his new film "Black or White," which confronts the issue of race relations in our country.

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Bill Gates reveals his only regret

Bill Gates has made his mark on the world. So what does he regret?

'Big Eyes' book, Leah Gallo, Derek Frey

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Tim Burton photographer, writer looks at 'Big Eyes' from different perspective

Longtime Tim Burton photographer and writer Leah Gallo talks about her new book, "Big Eyes: The Film, The Art."

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'Wet Hot American Summer' new Netflix series

The overdramatic, oversexed and over-the-top hilarious camp counselors of "Wet Hot American Summer" are set to return for a reboot of the cult classic summer camp movie, Netflix has announced.

JP Manoux

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Actor arrested on voyeurism charges

An American actor living in Canada has been arrested on voyeurism charges in Toronto, police said.

Jean-Paul Manoux, also known as J.P. Manoux, was arrested on Tuesday. He's scheduled to appear before a judge on March 11.

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'Fantastic Four' reboot: What do we think?

When you think of the "Fantastic Four," you likely don't think of grim, dark imagery.

But if a trailer unleashed Tuesday is any indication, Marvel's first family of superheroes are being rebooted into exactly that.

20th Century Fox's new take on the fo...

Sam Smith singer

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Petty gets songwriting credit on Sam Smith hit

If you thought English pop star Sam Smith's hit song "Stay With Me" sounded a little bit like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' classic "I Won't Back Down," you are not alone.

DROPKICK MURPHYS 2011

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Dropkick Murphys to Walker: 'We literally hate you'

A veteran punk rock band has asked Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to stop using their music at appearances because they hate him.

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