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After directing the most successful movie of the year – not to mention the third most successful movie of all time – where does one go next?
In Joss Whedon's case, it's not Walt Disney World, but San Diego Comic-Con, where he was ubiquitous this year. Whedon hit up the parties (social media lit up with tales about his dancing prowess) and spoke on several panels.
Whedon was a perennial presence at the mega-convention, hyping TV’s "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Firefly," among others, for many years prior to his box office success.
Elton John says in a new interview that he has the late AIDS activist Ryan White to thank for helping save his life.
The legendary singer told NPR that he decided to stop living so recklessly after he got to know the Indiana teenager, who was a poster child for HIV/AIDS in the United States in the 1980s.
Jennifer Lopez's prior splits from Marc Anthony, Cris Judd and Ojani Noa apparently haven't soured her outlook on marriage.
In fact, the singer and former “American Idol” host told ABC's "Good Morning America" that she’d be open to getting hitched for a fourth time.
Talk about a glowing review!
"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul doesn't just think his fiancée is an awesome girl. He thinks "she's the greatest" - as in, the greatest of all time.
“Sleeping Beauty” is about to get another new millennium face-lift.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the classic fairy tale will soon be re-told by the producer of “21 Jump Street,” this time from the perspective of a male protagonist who accidentally wakes the slumbering beauty up - and then can’t rid of her.
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