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Of the many things you've probably heard about "Cloud Atlas," one tidbit you've likely picked up on is that the expansive film tackles reincarnation.
Halle Berry, for instance, is one of many actors who plays multiple roles - with the help of an enthusiastic makeup team - in order to convey that point. It turns out that it's a concept Berry, 46, can get behind.
A new PSA video encouraging women to vote recruited some famous faces for sing-along montage to Lesley Gore's classic, "You Don't Own Me."
The video, which sees actresses like Lena Dunham and Tracee Ellis Ross, musician Sia, and more doing their best lip-syncing, juxtaposes the faces of women with messages about presidential candidate Romney's stance on Planned Parenthood and the Affordable Care Act.
We're not sure if actors are feeling extra sensitive these days (see: Robert Pattinson and the movie that makes him cry), or if we're just particularly heartless at the moment.
Adele's "Skyfall" theme song was fine and all, but we didn't, as Jennifer Aniston would say, get verklempt about it.
"Skyfall" star Daniel Craig, however, did.
If someone's going to pass you up on a celebrity earnings list it might as well be a friend - even in the afterlife.
Michael Jackson's estate previously topped Forbes' list of top-earning dead stars, but this year it's his old pal Elizabeth Taylor who takes the crown.
[Editor's Note: If you don't want to know what happened on the most recent episode of "American Horror Story: Asylum," stop reading now.]
Zachary Quinto finally showed up in Wednesday night's episode of "American Horror Story: Asylum," and he got to play something of a good guy for a change.
But first, the show wasted no time delivering the scares, as we picked up exactly where we left off, with Teresa in the present day being chased down by Bloody Face in the asylum.
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