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Tony award winner Idina Menzel has a major milestone to celebrate. She has surpassed one million fans on her Facebook page.

'Honey Boo Boo' canceled because Mama June is dating sex offender

The TLC network decided to cancel its show 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' because the co-star "Mama June" Shannon allegedly started to date a registered sex offender.

Ellie Goulding heads to Bermuda Triangle for a Halloween treat

Ahead of her performance at Bacardi Triangle, an exclusive music event on a private island in the Bermuda Triangle, Ellie Goulding takes time out of her busy schedule to share a Cuba Libre with Savoy head barman Tom Walker. Cheers!

Review: ‘Birdman’ is every definition of spectacular Special

‘Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)’ delivers the highest standards in all categories to convey the story of a man risking it all to reinvent himself before it’s too late.

J.K. Rowling to release new Harry Potter story on Halloween

Though the last Harry Potter book came out in 2007 and the last film in 2011, the wizarding universe is still very much alive. J.K. Rowling will release a new Harry Potter short story on Oct. 31.

Review: ‘Whiplash’ is pitch perfect Special

‘Whiplash’ is about a young man’s unyielding dedication to become one of the world’s greatest jazz drummers — in spite of his teacher’s ruthless direction.

Madonna makes sisterhood pledge with singing Italian nun (Video)

Sister Cristina, an Italian nun who won on Italy's version of The Voice back in May this year, is releasing Madonna's song "Like a Virgin" as the first song on her upcoming debut album. Madonna, naturally, is thrilled.

Surfer Greg Long heads back to the swells for ‘Big Wave Hellmen' Special

For the three-part X-Games series, the championship big wave adventure surfer joined four of his contemporaries in documenting their pursuit of the biggest waves on Planet Earth. The project offered Long a chance to reflect on his life and career.

Review: ‘Why Horror?’ retorts “why not?” Special

‘Why Horror’ collects a broad range of answers to a question that has been asked of fans countless times, but perhaps with different intentions.

In the streets with the epic William Pilgrim & The All Grows Up Special

With a seamless mix of Americana, soul, rock, blues and folk, Ishmael Herring and Philip Romero, the musical activists behind the hot, exciting duo William Pilgrim & The All Grows Up have released a stunning new album with 'Epic Endings.'

'Ouija' to scare up the box office

It doesn't take a Ouija board to see the what the box office has in store this weekend. Timing is everything for the movie called "Ouija."

Review: New on DVD for October 21 Special

This week’s releases include an ‘80s icon who gained and lost a cult following; a misadventure that demonstrates the dangers of “the cloud”; a compilation of film noir classics; and a flawlessly casted biopic.

Singer Alvin Stardust, 72, dies after a short illness

Former glam-rock star Alvin Stardust has died at 72. His manager said the singer had suffered a short illness and had recently been diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer.

Video: Anime movie 'Expelled From Paradise' 2nd trailer

The second trailer has been streamed for the upcoming CGI Japanese anime movie "Expelled From Paradise," hitting theaters in November.

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ leak leads to early debut (trailer)

Marvel turns around potential disaster by acknowledging ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ leak and releasing the official version online.

Review: ‘Refuge’ finds sanctuary in familiar territory Special

‘Refuge’ centres on the suspense-filled lives of a family struggling to survive after a devastating event destroys civilization.

Review: Flatline sees Doctor Who become Clara Who (VIDEOS)

Season 8, Episode 9: a second “Doctor Who” adventure from the pen of Jamie Mathieson saw Clara take on the role of the Doctor. Did it work?

Lorde's 'Royals' banned on San Francisco radio

Lorde fans in San Francisco may not hear her music playing on the radio for a while. Starting Tuesday, two San Francisco radio stations will ban the song "Royals" from their playlist.

Op-Ed: Femme Fatale actress sued for refusing to do topless scene

Time Warner HBO’s “Femme Fatale” TV series is a tacky take on a magazine of the same name. This loser show just got tackier. Producers are complaining about Anne Greene’s refusal to comply with the “must show nipples” clause in her contract.

Interview: Jo Weil talks acting, music, cooking and New York Special

Multi-talented German actor Jo Weil took some time from his schedule to talk about his acting career, as well as his love for music and cooking.

Review: ‘Time Lapse’ doesn’t go back on its promise Special

‘Time Lapse’ is a respectable addition to the sci-fi genre in which the lives of three friends are transformed when they discover a machine that tells the future.

Ofcom chides BBC Radio 1 for repeated swearing on Lily Allen set

The UK's broadcasting standards watchdog Ofcom has told BBC Radio 1 it breached swearing guidelines and rules when broadcasting a live concert.

Review: ‘Zombeavers’ delivers on the name and then some Special

‘Zombeavers’ is a laugh riot as the furry little woodland creatures develop a taste for flesh and attack of group of college kids vacationing at the lake. Hilarity ensues.

Interview with Arabella Weir Special

The talented English actress, presenter, author and comedienne, who charmed her way into the nation's heart in the 1990s by asking "Does my bum look big in this?" kindly took time out of her busy schedule to talk to Digital Journal.

Op-Ed: Next generation will carry on tradition of Dickens Fair Special

Early Bird ticket sales began in October for the annual Great Dickens Christmas Fair held at the Cow Palace in San Francisco's Excelsior District. And, while economic forecasts lately have been “Scrooge-like,”

Ferocious 'Fury' fights, flies high for solid box office victory

It was a World War II drama that took the lead with a fury at the box office. It ended up being an easy win over a two-time champ and a Halloween-themed film.

Warwick Davis to appear in new Star Wars movie

Actor Warwick Davis is to appear in the new Star Wars movie. The announcement was made via an amusing video, which plays on Davis' self-depreciating humor.

Review: Shorts After Dark are a mini taste of the fest’s offerings Special

"Shorts After Dark" is the international short film showcase programmed annually by the Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Romero to use crowdfunding for Zombie prequel

George Cameron Romero, the son of celebrated horror director George A. Romero, is seeking crowdfunding in order to make a prequel to his father's seminal '60s zombie flick "Night of the Living Dead."

Video: 'Steins;Gate' IBM Cooking short

The cast of the Japanese anime "Steins;Gate" gets help from IBM in using technology to make some fried chicken for dinner.

Video: 'Powers' NYCC 2013 trailer

Sony rolled out the first trailer for "Powers," the first in original programming for its Playstation TV service. It's free for all Playstation Plus members.

Death of comic Joan Rivers blamed on anesthesia drug propofol

Acerbic comedian Joan Rivers died after suffering cardiac arrest during an outpatient medical procedure, a known potential side effect of the anesthesia drug propofol — the same drug implicated in the death of Michael Jackson.

Robbie Rogers-inspired ‘gay soccer’ sitcom gets green light

ABC have confirmed they are pressing ahead with a new sitcom loosely based on the life of Robbie Rogers, the world’s only out-gay professional soccer player.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Martin Freeman on his journey to 'Fargo' Special

In the hit cable series — an original adaptation of the classic film — the star of 'The Hobbit' and 'Sherlock' portrays a Minnesotan who embraces his dark side. The actor talks about his decision to do 'Fargo,' playing Lester and filming in Calgary.

Review: ‘Housebound’ compels horror fans with absolute quality Special

‘Housebound’ is an exceedingly well-crafted haunted house, horror-comedy from New Zealand packed with twists, turns and laughs.

Review: 'The Book of Life' is a colourful and necessary family movie Special

'The Book of Life' is what happens when a deep respect for culture is combined with modern sensibilities and visuals that will make audiences marvel.

Review: ‘Watchers of the Sky’ argues action over apathy Special

The documentary, ‘Watchers of the Sky,’ examines the history of genocide and the continued efforts of a few individuals to end the cycle of violence.

Three new Harry Potter spin-offs confirmed

Harry Potter fans everywhere will rejoice at Warner Bros’ latest announcement that they plan to release three new spin-off films in the next few years.

Ezra Miller cast as The Flash for upcoming Warner Bros. movie

Ezra Miller has been cast as the superhero The Flash by Warner Bros., to appear in the studio’s standalone movie, “The Flash”, slated for 2018.

Review: ‘The Guest’ settles in for a disquieting night Special

‘The Guest’ is a well-paced thriller concerning a young man whose visit to the home of a fallen comrade appears to coincide with a series of violent crimes.

Netflix explains why it signed Adam Sandler to an exclusive 4-movie deal

Earlier this month, Netflix announced it signed Adam Sandler to an exclusive four-movie deal. The decision may have seemed a bit odd considering Sandler's most recent films have flopped in the States.
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