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Little less magic: Matthew McConaughey won't appear in 'Magic Mike' sequel
Alright alright alright, we'll miss him. Matthew McConaughey captivated theater audiences when he played veteran stripper Dallas in 2012's "Magic Mike." Warning the strip-club patrons that "the law says you cannot touch," he slyly added, "but I think I see a lotta lawbreakers up in this house tonight.News Image


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Too soon? Nah. From '7th Heaven' to 'Buffy,' we love these retro reunions
Fans of the Camdens were in "7th Heaven" on Wednesday when Beverley Mitchell, who played Lucy on the WB family drama, shared a photo of the cast reuniting 7 years after the show ended."Something truly amazing happened last night and my heart is overflowing!" Mitchell wrote. "Love these peeps more than I can ever explain! we were just missing (Mackenzie Rosman)!News Image


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Ethan Hawke: Robin Williams was in obvious pain during 'Dead Poets Society'
As a teacher in 1989's "Dead Poets Society," Robin Williams had an immediate and lasting impact on his students and on the actors who played them. In a new interview, "Poets" star Ethan Hawke shares how much he learned from his late co-star, and discusses the "obvious" pain he thinks Williams was in.News Image


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Meghan Trainor is 'all about' her cover of Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off'
Can't shake off Taylor Swift's summer hit? It might be even more difficult after you listen to this amazing cover from Meghan Trainor.News Image


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Done with 'Downton,' Dan Stevens takes 'creepy' turn in dark new thriller
Dan Stevens has come a long way from playing Matthew Crawley, the dashing yet down-to-earth heir on "Downton Abbey" whose tragic death shocked fans in the show's third season.Nearly as shocking, though, is Stevens' star turn in the new thriller "The Guest," for which the British actor grew a scruffy beard, shed significant weight and gained an American accent.News Image


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