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They don't call it "The Talk” for nothing - co-host Sharon Osbourne spared no details when she recounted why she had her breast implants removed, People reports.
“One morning I woke up and one of my boobies was kind of much longer than the other," Sharon revealed Thursday on her CBS show. “... So I'm thinking, this isn't right.”
The feisty redhead gave a thorough description of her implant issues, telling viewers that one of her implants had "leaked into the wall of my stomach." Yikes!
Deadline reports that Fox has a magical new series up its sleeve. The network is bringing Lev Grossman's best-selling fantasy novel “The Magicians” to TV.
Described as “Harry Potter for adults” by the New York Times, the book follows magical 20-somethings living in New York City.
The story’s protagonist Quentin Coldwater enters a portal to Brakebills College, where he’s taught magic. Upon his return home, he's forced to deal with adult issues in the boring mortal world. Like most young magicians, Quentin must eventually fight an evil force.
The hour-long drama will be written by “X-Men: First Class” and “Thor “co-writers Ashley Miller & Zack Stentz.
A sequel to “The Magicians,” titled “The Magician King” was published in August.
Antonio Banderas has a way with the kitties.
Ahead of the more typical movie premiere, the 51-year-old actor hosted an all-feline debut for his latest animated feature "Puss in Boots," USA Today reports.
Catty Hollywood stars "Leonardo DiCatrio," "Kitty Perry" and "Cat Blanchett" were all in attendance for the flick, which will be released October 28.
Oscar-winning director Clint Eastwood is returning to his roots, according to Entertainment Weekly. Look out, Brad Pitt – the 81-year-old actor is reportedly in talks to star in an upcoming baseball drama.
We can thank Beyonce’s unborn baby for Clint’s potential new role. According to Deadline, her pregnancy forced Eastwood to postpone directing his remake of “A Star is Born," in which Beyonce's been cast.
With some extra time on his hands, sources tell EW that the Hollywood legend is circling the movie “Trouble With the Curve," in which he'd play an old baseball scout who convinces his daughter to go on the road with him.
Last night’s “Grey’s Anatomy” was all about the men - with zombies, Hobbits, Stormtroopers, hammers, power saws and beers aplenty.
Instead of a voiceover from Meredith, we hear Derek say: “There are distinct differences between male and female brains…"
And then we get a rundown on the Mars vs. Venus thing from Seattle Grace-Mercy West's male staff: Richard Webber chimes in to say that women are usually better at attention and memory, while Sloan informs us that "women are hard-wired to communicate with language, detail, empathy… Men? Not so much."
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