Today's news you might've missed:
We'd heard over the summer that Charlize Theron was in the process of developing a more contemporary take on "Hatfields & McCoys," and it seems like her effort is one step closer to airing on TV.
According to Deadline, NBC has ordered a pilot of the modern-day version of the infamous feud, which was created by "Eagle Eye's" John Glenn and produced by Theron.
Leave it to Amy Poehler to write a memoir that sounds nothing like the typical tome.
The "Parks and Recreation" star, 41, is set to publish an "illustrated, non-linear diary" via HarperCollins' It Books imprint.
The Disney Channel has found the right "Girl" for the job.
Rowan Blanchard, 11, has been cast as Riley Matthews, the daughter of Cory and Topanga, on the "Boy Meets World" spinoff "Girl Meets World."
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner suffered a heartbreaking loss on Sunday. The 86-year-old newlywed confirmed on his Twitter account that his longtime secretary, Mary O'Connor, has died.
"Mary passed away today," Hefner tweeted Sunday evening. "We loved her more than words can say."
Jennifer Lawrence had some weird things going on with her Christian Dior Couture gown when she accepted an award at Sunday's SAG ceremony, but it wasn't a wardrobe malfunction.
Many presumed that to be the case, thanks to the very clear separation of fabric that occurred when Lawrence walked up to the stage to accept the honor for best female actor in a leading role.
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