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When Guillermo del Toro is given the reins of "The Simpsons" opening credits - and especially for the Halloween episode - you know the results are going to be pretty magical.
For this Sunday's "Treehouse of Horror XXIV," del Toro is using nearly every horror reference in the book in a ghoulish couch gag, one that reinvents "The Simpsons'" opening credits.
Chris Pine is doing his part to keep the Tom Clancy legacy alive.
The "Star Trek" actor is the latest to step into the role of Clancy's character, Jack Ryan, for December's "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit."
If you somehow didn't guess already, you will need Kleenex for next week's tribute to Cory Monteith on "Glee."
A new trailer offers plenty of fair warning, as it features Monteith's girlfriend and co-star, Lea Michele, singing "Make You Feel My Love" as the rest of the cast mournfully bids farewell to Monteith's character, Finn Hudson.
It's only 30 seconds long, but good luck making it to the end without chocking up:
For Sinead O'Connor, the pen is truly mightier than the sword.
By now, the singer has written not one, not two, but three open letters to Miley Cyrus, with the latest threatening legal action against the pop star.
Cyrus hasn't been as verbal as O'Connor, but she hasn't been silent, either - it seems the last two open letters were crafted in response to some of Cyrus' tweets.
It's one thing for the masses to love new movie "Gravity" - as its RottenTomatoes.com score of 98 percent fresh indicates - but the true test will be whether it passes muster with the pros.
Here's the good news: one such professional, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, loves it.
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