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Jennifer Aniston is feeling the birthday love. The actress received 50th birthday wishes from her ex-husband Justin Theroux on Monday. Theroux posted a black-and-white image of Aniston to his Instagram with a caption reading, “Happy Birthday to this fierce Woman. Fiercely loving. Fiercely kind....

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In Midnight in Chernobyl (out Feb. 12), author Adam Higginbotham relates the history of the Chernobyl disaster utilizing accounts from people who worked at and lived close to the nuclear power station in Ukraine when it exploded 33 years ago. “Midnight in Chernobyl tells the entire story of the...

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What if Frankenstein solved crimes? What if the Bermuda Triangle was a mysterious land you could get lost in? What if there was an NYPD Blue sequel and if The Lost Boys was a TV show? Broadcasters are full of ideas for next season and have ordered dozens of pilots, each with a dream of becoming...

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From babies to bridezilla, The Wedding Planner writer reveals nixed sequel details

Every day until Valentine’s Day Entertainment Weekly is celebrating our special romantic comedy-themed Untold Stories issue. Check out all of our behind-the-scenes tidbits, reunions, and oral histories here and follow #LoveEWstyle on Twitter and Instagram.  As sure as yodeling atop a...

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Isn't It Romantic goes full rom-com with a Rebel Wilson, Priyanka Chopra sing-off

If you’re gonna make a rom-com spoof, you gotta have the rom-com-iest musical number ever. Which is why Isn’t It Romantic pays tribute to the genre’s musical history with a showstopping karaoke scene. Rebel Wilson stars in the film (out Feb. 13) as Natalie, a relationship cynic who hits...

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Hulu announces four new Marvel animated shows: Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., more

The age of the Defenders is passing away; let the age of the Offenders begin! Following the recent cancellations of Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil, it seems like the storied Netflix/Marvel partnership is fading out. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t going to be new Marvel TV adaptations to...

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James Wan unleashes a new evil in The Curse of La Llorona trailer

Having scored a huge success with Aquaman, director James Wan returns to his day job of scaring us all stupid by producing The Curse of La Llorona (out April 19). Directed by Michael Chaves (the upcoming Conjuring 3), the film concerns La Llorona, a.k.a. The Weeping Woman, a horrifying...

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Hulu releases Catch-22 trailer starring Kyle Chandler, George Clooney

For many people, Catch-22 is one of the books they had to read in high school. George Clooney was one of those people. And now, he is producing, directing, and starring in Hulu’s upcoming Catch-22 miniseries. Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel takes a look into the machinery of war and the absurdity of...

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Josh Duhamel leads the cast for Netflix's superhero series Jupiter's Legacy

This Friday, Netflix will release season 1 of The Umbrella Academy, its new live-action adaptation of the cult favorite comic about adopted siblings who used to be superheroes and now have to make sense of their adult lives. That’s not the only superhero adaptation Netflix has on the docket,...

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Aline Brosh McKenna wants to make a 27 Dresses television series

It’s the idea that keeps on giving. When EW reunited the cast of 27 Dresses for its special rom-com issue, Katherine Heigl revealed her idea for a sequel, which would involve Jane, Kevin, Tess, and George as they navigate parenthood in one form or another. But Heigl isn’t the only one who’d...

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese producing The Devil in the White City series at Hulu

The journey of The Devil in the White City continues. During Monday’s Television Critics Association Press Tour, Hulu’s senior vice president of originals, Craig Erwich, announced that The Devil in the White City is coming to Hulu as a television series with Paramount TV. Leonardo DiCaprio and...

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Justin Theroux shares his interpretation of The Leftovers series finale

Watch the full episode of Couch Surfing streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. Forget 98 percent — Justin Theroux is 100 percent sure about the answer to the big question from The Leftovers series finale. The writer-actor appeared on the latest episode...

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Hitch: Alexander Skarsgård, Sarah Jessica Parker, and 3 other things you didn't know

Every day until Valentine’s Day Entertainment Weekly is celebrating our special romantic comedy-themed Untold Stories issue. Check out all of our behind-the-scenes tidbits, reunions, and oral histories here and follow #LoveEWstyle on Twitter and Instagram.  Multiple times, Will Smith has...

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Ron Howard documents one of the greatest opera singers ever in first Pavarotti teaser

There is only one Grammy Award for opera music (Best Opera Recording) and like so many Grammy categories that award is not given out during the actual telecast. Nevertheless, Sunday’s ceremony had good news for opera fans, thanks to the first look at Ron Howard’s upcoming documentary Pavarotti....

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Hanging with H.E.R.: Here's how the R&B prodigy spent her Grammys weekend

There’s one thing H.E.R. was not, amid the mayhem of her first Grammys week: a deer in headlights. On Saturday night, you could find the singer upstairs in the Beverly Hilton, prepping to perform at Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammys Gala. An entourage of friends and family sat around the bed as...

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The untold story of the (500) Days of Summer dance sequence

Marc Webb’s irresistible indie (500) Days of Summer turns 10 this year, and as part of EW’s February celebration of all things rom-com, we’ve caught up with the cast and the filmmakers about the making of the much-loved not-a-love story. Of all 500 days, number 35 had to be one of the...

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Avril Lavigne on Head Above Water, near-death experiences, and that crazy conspiracy theory

For people who witnessed Avril Lavigne’s entrance into the music world with 2002’s Let Go, it might be surprising to hear that Avril Lavigne, in 2019, listens to jazz and soul music all day every day: Billie Holiday, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, and Frank Sinatra, to name a few. Those interests...

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A high-energy Grammys show fixed one big problem, created new ones

The Recording Academy has heard the criticism. They have taken action. 2018 brought a very dude-ish Grammys ceremony and a very dumb-ish comment by Academy president Neil Portnow about how female artists had to “step up.” This year, at the 61st annual Grammy Awards, there were women, nay,...

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Women rule the night on stage at the Grammys

Dua Lipa may have gotten off the slyest shade at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. While accepting the trophy for Best New Artist, she noted how honored she was to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists: “I guess this year we’ve really stepped up.” She was referring to...

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Cardi B says she's sharing her Grammy with Mac Miller

Cardi B is sharing the love. The rapper made history Sunday night when she became the first female rapper to win Best Rap Album since Lauryn Hill took home the prize over 20 years ago as a member of the Fugees. Cardi B is the first female rapper to win the award as a solo artist. In the midst of...

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