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Sandra Bullock's sci-fi thriller "Gravity" is easily one of the most-anticipated movies of the fall, and early reviews hint this could also be one of her best.
But if the project and its reception somehow negatively interrupted her life with three-year-old son Louis, Bullock has no problem with leaving Hollywood in her rear view.
It's never too late to learn something new, and Mark Wahlberg has proof.
The 42-year-old actor earned his high school diploma this summer, years after dropping out of high school in the ninth grade.
On Monday's "The Talk," co-host Julie Chen responded to those who've criticized her decision to have eye surgery early on in her career.
As the TV personality explained last week on the CBS daytime program, her "secret" was that she'd undergone surgery after a boss told her she wouldn't make it in the business because her eyes were too small.
At Sunday's Primetime Emmys ceremony, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will offer special tributes to some of TV's fallen stars.
The organization has planned to highlight the careers of James Gandolfini, Cory Monteith, Jean Stapleton, Jonathan Winters and Gary David Goldberg.
The sustained hatred for Warner Bros. recent Batman casting was hard to miss - particularly for the actor who landed the part.
But Ben Affleck - or "Batfleck," as he shall henceforth be known - told Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" that he can handle the hate. Or so he thought.
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