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Anne Hathaway wants a baby — like, really.
The actress is on two new magazine covers, thanks in part to her buzzy role as Fantine in this year’s adaptation of “Les Miserables.” She’s featured solo on Vogue, while part of a group for The Hollywood Reporter.
The one thing both interviews have in common? How much Hathaway has decided she wants a child with her husband, Adam Schulman.
Frank Ocean knows that he broke ground as an artist by openly discussing his sexuality earlier this year, and you'll get no false humility from him about it.
The musician, who's one of GQ's men of the year, tells the magazine that he did decide to post a letter about a same-sex relationship on his Tumblr just ahead of the release of his album "Channel Orange" because he knew "it had to be in concert with one of the most brilliant pieces of art that has come out in my generation."
Jennifer Lawrence isn't the sort of actress who has a hard time stepping out of character once she's finished wrapping a project.
“No, I’m not method at all," Lawrence told us of her post-"Catching Fire" experience at the Monday premiere of her new movie, "Silver Linings Playbook." "As soon as they call 'cut,' I’m thinking about food and moving on."
Kelsey Grammer's "Boss" was acclaimed but short-lived, as Starz has decided to cancel the series after two seasons.
The network announced their decision Tuesday, saying in a statement that they've "made the difficult decision to not proceed with 'Boss'" for a third round, Deadline reports.
When you think about it, R. Kelly's epic "Trapped in the Closet" series was destined for this all along.
Multiple chapters, plenty of drama and it's in song - a hip-hopera, in fact - so what better place to see it all unfold than the Great White Way?
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