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Hannah Hart says new book 'My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!' is about "celebrating and savoring all year long"
Dan Tashima Photography/Plume (NEW YORK) -- YouTube and Food Network star Hannah Hart has a new book out called My Drunk Kitchen Holidays!, which is a combination of a cookbook, self-help book and inspirational memoir -- with a side of comedy. It's similar to her previous book, which was about surviving your twenties. This one, Hannah says, is the next logical step. "I wanted to make it really a testament to thriving, since now I'm in my thirties and honestly, I couldn't be happier," she tells ABC Audio. The book goes through the year month by month and suggests how...
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The final 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' trailer has fans very concerned for C-3PO
Lucasfilm (NEW YORK) -- "The saga will end, the story lives forever."The Star Wars film franchise will forever change on December 20 when The Rise of Skywalker arrives in theaters. Until then, fans are left hyperventilating over the film's final trailer that aired during halftime at ESPN's Monday Night Football. The final trailer coincided with the late Carrie Fisher's birthday, who would have been 63. The trailer featured her voice at the end whispering "always" after Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker says "the Force will be with you." The trailer also have fans concerned for C-3PO's fate after a poignant scene...
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'Dancing with the Stars' season 28 "Week Six" recap: James Van Der Beek reclaims his crown, Sailor Brinkley-Cook sent home
ABC/Eric McCandless (NEW YORK) -- With Monday marking the official halfway point on this season's Dancing with the Stars, the competitors battled it out on the dance floor in a desperate attempt to stay in the Mirror Ball Trophy race. The night was an emotional rollercoaster, bringing the audience to their feet at times and, at others, to tears. The most shocking moment of the night who was sent to the bottom two: Ally Brooke and Sailor Brinkley-Cook. The judges, along with members of the audience, loudly decried the results. However, with only one save to give, the judges sorrowfully...
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'The Voice' recap: The battle rounds continued with Gwen Stefani losing an artist to Kelly Clarkson and possibly another to John Legend
Trae Patton/NBC (NEW YORK) -- The battle rounds continued on Monday night's The Voice, with artists from Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Gwen Stefani's teams faced off against their respective teammates for the chance to advance to the knockout rounds. Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: Darius Rucker for Team Blake; Normani for Team Kelly; Usher for Team Legend; and will.i.am for Team Gwen. The evening ended in a cliffhanger, with Gwen, who already lost one artist to Kelly, at risk of losing another to John. Here are Monday's highlights: Team Blake's Marina...
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'Respect': Aretha Franklin biopic adds Mary J. Blige, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans and more to cast
ABC/Randy Holmes (LOS ANGELES) -- The forthcoming Aretha Franklin biopic, Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson as the Queen of Soul, has tapped some heavy hitters for the cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald, Tituss Burgess and Mary J. Blige have all been added to the film. They join previously announced cast members Saycon Sengbloh, Hailey Kilgore, Marc Maron, Tate Donovan and newcomer Skye Dakota Turner. Whitaker has been cast as Franklin's father, The Reverend C.L. Franklin, while McDonald will play Aretha's mother. Wayans will play Ted White, Franklin's abusive first husband, whom she...
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'Star Wars' actor Daniel Logan thanks fans -- and Jeep -- after surviving ugly California wreck
Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images (LOS ANGELES) -- "Thanks to Jeep for keeping me alive." Those words came from grateful actor Daniel Logan -- who played young bounty hunter-to-be Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones, and voiced him on the small screen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- following a nasty rollover wreck in Tustin, California on Friday. One of Logan's friends took photos of the scene of the accident. The pics show Logan's grey Jeep Grand Cherokee resting on the driver's side, windows smashed, and the 32-year-old actor bloodied from scrapes, sitting...
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"It is a duty": See Olivia Colman grappling with a changing U.K. in final trailer for 'The Crown' Season 3
Netflix (LOS ANGELES) -- Netflix has released the final trailer for the third season of The Crown, and in it, we see Oscar-winner Olivia Colman under strain as Queen Elizabeth II. Season three sees the Queen's kingdom rapidly changing, from the Cold War through the Space Age, and into the challenges of the late '60s and '70s. A cover of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are a Changin'" illustrates that point. As Colman replaces Claire Foy as Elizabeth, Helena Bonham Carter now plays Princess Margaret, replacing Vanessa Kirby in the role. "This country was great when I took the throne,"...
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Report: 'Suicide Squad' co-star Jared Leto tried to get 'Joker' stopped
Clay Enos/Nikos Tavernise - Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. (LOS ANGELES) -- While fans were rightly confused last year when Warner Bros. announced plans to make a standalone Joker film starring Joaquin Phoenix AND a second Suicide Squad movie, apparently Suicide Squad star Jared Leto was livid. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Leto was "alienated and upset" that Todd Phillips' darker take on the comic villain was given the go-ahead with another actor. And although Leto's former rep denied it, the Oscar- winning actor and 30 Seconds To Mars frontman reportedly lobbied both his acting agency and his music manager to...
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Francis Ford Coppola: Marvel movies are "despicable"; James Gunn fires back
Photo by Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images (LYON, FRANCE) -- Not only does Francis Ford Coppola support his fellow film-making legend Martin Scorsese's opinion that superhero movies "aren't cinema," he's now gone even further, calling them "despicable." According to The Guardian, the Godfather series director declared, "When Martin Scorsese says that the Marvel pictures are not cinema, he's right, because we expect to learn something from cinema; we expect to gain something, some enlightenment, some knowledge, some inspiration.""I don't know that anyone gets anything out of seeing the same movie over and over again," said the 80-year-old filmmaker...
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Chris Pratt lovingly jabs wife Katherine Schwarzenegger's cooking skills
Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney (NEW YORK) -- We assume that Katherine Schwarzenegger is many things to her new hubby Chris Pratt -- but a chef is not one of them. The Marvel movie star took to Instagram to take a good-natured jab at Katherine's cooking skills -- or lack thereof -- complete with a photo of what appears to be a charcoal briquette on a plate. "Proud of my darling for trying to cook tonight. Did it go well? No. No it did not. Not at all," Pratt noted. "To quote Rocky Balboa, 'It's not how many...
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Eva Mendes admits she hides from her kids for "me time" -- encourages other moms to do the same
Adam Christopher /NBCUniversal (NEW YORK) -- Sometimes parents just need a moment to themselves -- even celebrity parents. Case in point: Eva Mendes. The mother of two posted a hilarious selfie on her Instagram Sunday of her hiding underneath the covers in an attempt to camouflage herself and escape her daughters. "Sunday. Still in bed. Trying to hide from my kids. (not having success)" She hilariously captions before poking fun at her flawless appearance. "And no, I didn’t wash my makeup off last night. I know , I know so bad, yadda yadda." Eva goes on to remind parents that...
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Alec Baldwin reveals Lorne Michael's "Jedi mind trick" to get him to play Donald Trump on 'SNL'
ABC (NEW YORK) -- Alec Baldwin was Jimmy Fallon's guest on a special Sunday night edition of NBC's The Tonight Show, and revealed the "Jedi mind trick" Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels used to get him to reprise his impersonation of President Donald Trump, despite vowing never to do it again. Baldwin says it begins with Michaels calling him up the day before the show. "And he's like, [mimicking Lorne's voice] 'Well, I don't think you understand.' And I go, 'what don't I understand? I've been thinking about it like all summer, every day that's all I think about.'"...
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