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  • Jack Harlow shares the career advice his mom gave him

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  • Maren Morris reveals she got a call back after ‘Wicked’ audition

    00:44
  • Aubrey Plaza talks ‘White Lotus’ in Sicily, ‘Emily the Criminal’

    05:36
  • New documentary in the works on Steve Martin’s life and career

    00:48
  • Get an exclusive first look at new Princess Diana documentary

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

    05:45
  • Teresa Giudice’s $10K wedding hairstyle used 1,500 bobby pins!

    03:55
  • D’Arcy Carden on taking the field in ‘A League of Their Own’

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Bill Murray: How ‘Kasbah’ ranks with ‘Groundhog Day,’ ‘Ghostbusters’

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In his new comedy “Rock the Kasbah,” Bill Murray plays an American music manager guiding a girl through Afghanistan’s version of “American Idol.” Murray tells Matt Lauer that the film is inspired by actual incidents, and says that rock star Cat Stevens, a Muslim, approves of the film. He calls “Groundhog Day” (seriously) “a really great film” and “Ghostbusters” (jokingly) “a powerful emotional statement,” but thinks that “Kasbah” may be his best film.