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- Watch this sneak peek at this week’s Scandal, with the most awkward family dinner ever – Entertainment Weekly
- Robert Downey, Jr. got really deep with Howard Stern – Gossip Cop
- Could there be a new “Harry Potter” book on the way? – Just Jared Jr
- You must listen to these great Fall songs – Huffington Post
- The Walking Dead cast rates their survival odds – The Hollywood Reporter
- Does Teresa Giudice blame anyone for her prison time? – DListed
- Bella Thorne looks great at her movie premiere – Hollywood Tuna
- Ellen DeGeneres plays “Lady Lovers” with Jane Lynch – Towleroad
- Edge of Tomorrow: Live Die Repeat - This action packed military sci-fi film hits shelves today. Starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, the film follows an officer who finds himself in a time loop during an alien war where he repeats the same day over and over. The film has been causing buzz, despite a $369M box office run, the film has been repackaged with the tag line “Live Die Repeat” for the Blu-Ray and DVD release. The film is rated PG-13.
- Million Dollar Arm – Based off a true inspirational story, Million Dollar Arm follows the life of JB Bernstein, played by Jon Hamm, who is a sports agent looking for the next great pitcher in Major League Baseball froma pool of cricket players in India. This family film produced by Disney, is a touching story about the values of teamwork, commitment, and family. The Blu-Ray special features also includes the real people from the film and explores the legacy of the Million Dollar Arm contest in addition to alternate ending and deleted scenes. The film is rated PG.
- A Million Ways to Die in the West – Seth MacFarlane directs, produces, co-writes, and stars in this western comedy about a cowardly sheep farmer named Albert. After Albert backs out of a gunfight, he teams up with a mysterious woman to help him find his courage. The film has quite a cast, featuring Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Sarah Silverman, and Neil Patrick Harris. The film is rated R.
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