March 13th, 2012
12:02 PM ET

'Hunger Games' stars: Team Haymitch, all the way

“Hunger Games” star Liam Hemsworth says he's ready to take on the paparazzi and rabid fandom that'll come with the anticipated adaptation, thanks to some advice from girlfriend Miley Cyrus.

"Keep your head screwed on straight - I think that's the best advice she's given me,” Hemsworth told CNN Monday at the Los Angeles premiere. “It's very surreal and I'm constantly pinching myself. I just feel like I'm on this crazy ride at the moment. I feel very fortunate to be where I am."

The sage words could not have come at a better time.

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March 13th, 2012
11:13 AM ET

Kim K. to Jon Hamm: Calling me stupid is careless

Reality TV diva Kim Kardashian is firing back at "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm after he name-checked her as being among those who are celebrated for being stupid.

"We're at a place now where being 'elite' is somehow considered negative," Hamm, 41, said in the April issue of Elle UK.

"Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Being a f*****g idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly. It’s celebrated. It doesn’t make sense to me.”

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'The Bachelor' makes his choice
March 13th, 2012
10:19 AM ET

'The Bachelor' makes his choice

On Monday's season finale of "The Bachelor," Ben Flajnik announced to the world that he found love, and he felt great.

He just wouldn't tell us if he chose Lindzi Cox or Courtney Robertson until the end of the show. But because Chris Harrison warned us to expect "the most controversial ending in 'Bachelor' history," it was pretty much a slam dunk as to who Ben was going to pick.

Either that, or Ben was going to ask both ladies for their thoughts on polygamy.

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'Bully' director: Bullying is akin to torture
March 13th, 2012
09:45 AM ET

'Bully' director: Bullying is akin to torture

Director Lee Hirsch hopes his documentary about bullying will shed light on what he sees as a crisis in American society, but an MPAA R rating may keep the intended audience of middle school and high school kids from getting a chance to see it.

The doc, titled "Bully," follows five students and their families throughout the course of a school year, and aims to provide a variety of perspectives on the reality of bullying.

It features two families who have lost children to suicide, as well as a mother who is awaiting the fate of her 14-year-old daughter, who was locked up after bringing a gun aboard her school bus.

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