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NFL Debuts 1st Anti-Domestic Violence Super Bowl PSA

NFL Debuts 1st Anti-Domestic Violence Super Bowl PSA

The NFL will air its first public service announcement against domestic violence as part of its No More campaign during the Super Bowl on NBC on Sunday. A 30-second ad will air for $4.5 million, but the NFL has... »

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"Fantastic Four" Teaser Trailer

The rebooted "Fantastic Four" franchise lands in theaters August 7, 2015. »

"Going Clear" New Scientology Expose

"Going Clear" New Scientology Expose

"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" premiered Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival to a packed house — not with a star-studded red carpet, but with police protection. »

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GoDaddy Pulls Controversial Super Bowl Ad

GoDaddy announced Tuesday that it would not air an ad slated to run during the Super Bowl after an early preview on the “Today Show” spawned a wave of criticism on social media. »

By the Numbers: Puppy Bowl 2015

By the Numbers: Puppy Bowl 2015

For many, the Super Bowl is a time for sports fans to gather in their living rooms to cheer on their favorite teams. But for those who have a bone to pick with sports, Super Sunday is a marathon day of watching... »

Puppy Bowl: 2015 Contenders

Puppy Bowl: 2015 Contenders

Take a look at some of the contenders in this year's Puppy Bowl. »

Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett Set for Grammy Awards Duet

Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett Set for Grammy Awards Duet

The Recording Academy said Tuesday that Annie Lennox will also be paired with newcomer Hozier and Jessie J with Tom Jones at the Feb. 8 show in Los Angeles. »

Celebs in the Stands: Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden

Celebs in the Stands: Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden

Star-gazing isn't just for the red carpet! Take a look at some celebrities who've been spotted in the stands and on the sidelines rooting for their favorite sports teams. »

Wiig, McCarthy to Star in New, All-Women "Ghostbusters": Report

Wiig, McCarthy to Star in New, All-Women "Ghostbusters": Report

Melissa McCarthy has signed on, and Sony is now in talks with Kristen Wiig and current "Saturday Night Live" players Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting. »

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