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Clooney Gives up Serial Romance for Engagement

Looks like George Clooney owes Michelle Pfeiffer a lot of money.

The 52-year-old actor — Hollywood's most determined bachelor, famous for a litany of fleeting loves — has taken himself off the romantic market, even though he once bet Pfeiffer $100,000 that he'd never marry again.

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Beyonce, Jay-Z Announce Joint North American Tour

First couple of hip hop Beyonce and Jay-Z are joining forces for a North American tour that will see the husband-wife team stop in 16 cities, they announced Monday.

The "On the Run" tour, which begins June 25 in Miami and ends August 5 in San Francisco, will make stops across the United States, plus Toronto, Canada, the pair said on their web sites.

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Paul Simon, Wife Arrested for Disorderly Conduct in U.S.

Legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon and his wife, singer Edie Brickell, were arrested over the weekend for disorderly conduct at their Connecticut home, police said Monday.

Police in New Canaan, Connecticut -- a suburb of New York -- said they went to Simon's home on Saturday night to "investigate a family dispute."

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'The Other Woman' Tops North American Box Office

Romantic comedy "The Other Woman" shrugged off a barrage of negative reviews to claim top spot at the North American box office this weekend, data showed Monday.

The movie, starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton and Leslie Mann as three women who gang up on the man they discover has been cheating on them, took $24.8 million on its opening weekend, figures from Exhibitor Relations showed.

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Xbox Moves ahead with Original Programming Plan

When it comes to original programming, Microsoft is going to throw it at the Xbox and see what sticks.

After nearly two years since launching a studio to create new shows to be streamed on Xbox consoles, Microsoft is finally ready to serve an assorted helping of original programming this summer for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. However, viewers shouldn't expect Xbox Originals, as they're called, to be available the same way that content is provided on Netflix and Hulu.

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'Rosemary's Baby' Remake Shifts Horror to Paris

Wiry Zoe Saldana got a kick out of wearing a huge fake belly as she played a young, pregnant wife on the Paris set of the remake of the classic horror tale "Rosemary's Baby."

"Every time I wear the really big ones, it breaks everybody's heart whenever we're doing all those stressful scenes, so I am milking that, I am really milking that," the actress quipped as she sat in a hospital room used as a filming location.

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'Citizen Kane' Script Sold at Orson Welles Auction

Scripts for "Citizen Kane," Orson Welles' camera and a cigar ashtray were among the late director's belongings sold at a New York auction.

Sixty-seven lots fetched $180,000 at Heritage Auctions on Saturday.

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Paroled 'Sopranos' Actor Discusses Drug Addiction

After spending eight years in prison, former "Sopranos" actor Lillo Brancato Jr. says he's trying to help young people avoid making similar, drug-fueled mistakes.

"Here I am, I get the opportunity, I get the shot and then squander it, and do what I did, and get addicted to drugs and just make horrible decisions," the 37-year-old Brancato said in an interview broadcast Sunday on WNYM-AM.

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Are George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Engaged?

George Clooney has vowed to never repeat his vows but it seems his new lady in his life may have changed his playboy ways.

Entertainment Tonight reports the actor's Lebanese-British girlfriend, Amal Alamuddin, was seen showing off a ring at Nobu in Malibu, California, on Thursday.

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Dancing to a Different Tune: The Bollywood Superhero

For decades, Indian cinema's formula for success has consisted of love stories, dancing and awe-inspiring landscapes. But a new leading role is emerging – the Bollywood superhero. 

The rise of science fiction comes as Indian audiences increasingly grow used to the special effects standards of Hollywood, whose studios have already relied on Indian workers for outsourced support on big-budget productions.

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