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HBO isn't yet done teasing the beginning of the end for "True Blood."
The last teaser we saw featured a very stressed out Sookie Stackhouse, who was frustrated that the government had essentially left the people of Bon Temps to die.
Sure, Michael Jackson and Tupac Shakur got the hologram treatment, but they weren't the only ones.
A few other stars, both living and dead, have also been made into holograms. Stars like:
With "Godzilla's" dominance at the box office this weekend, it's little surprise that Hollywood's already moving toward a sequel.
According to Deadline, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are at work on developing a second act to their top-grossing feature, which earned an estimated $93 million at the box office its opening weekend.
For its season finale on May 17, "Saturday Night Live" brought back some of its former stars.
The evening kicked off with the return of Maya Rudolph, who dusted off her Beyonce impression for a skit on the Jay Z/Solange elevator fight (you didn't think that "SNL" was going to let that opportunity slide, did you?).
In "SNL's" world, the fracas was all caused by a spider:
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