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    Nathalie Emmanuel talks ‘The Invitation,’ ‘Fast & Furious,’ 'GoT'

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  • Jack Harlow shares the career advice his mom gave him

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  • Aubrey Plaza talks ‘White Lotus’ in Sicily, ‘Emily the Criminal’

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  • New documentary in the works on Steve Martin’s life and career

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  • Get an exclusive first look at new Princess Diana documentary

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  • Lili Reinhart talks ‘Look Both Ways,’ final season of ‘Riverdale’

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  • Teresa Giudice’s $10K wedding hairstyle used 1,500 bobby pins!

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  • D’Arcy Carden on taking the field in ‘A League of Their Own’

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  • Hear Garth Brooks narrate nature series ‘America’s National Parks’

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  • Fans, celebrities pay tribute to lasting legacy of Olivia Newton-John

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  • Kenan Thompson announced as host of the 2022 Emmys

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  • Michelle Collins is looking for love! See which contestant she picks

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  • Idris Elba, Leah Sava Jeffries, Iyana Halley talks ‘Beast’ movie

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  • Idris Elba talks turning 50, DJing in Ibiza

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  • Tony and Lauren Dungy talk new book, fostering 100+ kids

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  • Delta Goodrem remembers Olivia Newton-John: We're ‘intertwined’

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  • Olivia Munn shares hilarious struggles of taking selfie with son

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  • A Pac-Mac movie is reportedly in the works

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  • Mindy Kaling talks ‘Never Have I Ever’ success, raising a tattletale

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‘Godfather’ stars and director reunite as new version of Part III comes out

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“The Godfather Part III” was panned by many critics when it came out 30 years ago. Now, as it is reissued in a revised version titled “The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” Harry Smith catches up with director Francis Ford Coppola and stars Al Pacino and Andy Garcia. “There were about 160 picture changes” to the new version, Coppola says.