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Crock-Pot Wants 'This Is Us' Fans To Know Its Slow Cookers Won't Kill Them

Crock-Pot assured that its cooker can withstand long hours of cooking without blowing up or catching fire. 'This Is Us' creator Dan Fogelman also reminded fans not to throw away their cooker over Jack's death.

Murphy Brown Revival Headed To CBS With Candice Bergen, Show Creator Diane English

CBS ordered 13 episodes of 'Murphy Brown,' the hit sitcom that aired from 1988 to 1998. Lead star Candice Bergen has already signed up to return with series creator Diane English poised to write and executive produce.

Action Bronson Will Appear In Martin Scorsese’s Netflix Film ‘The Irishman’

In an out of nowhere casting news, rapper and foodie Action Bronson was tapped for Martin Scorcese's upcoming adaptation 'The Irishman.' Bronson will star alongside Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the biographical crime movie.

The View, Plus Guest Host Ann Curry Weigh In On Megyn Kelly And Jane Fonda Feud

The latest twist in the escalating feud between NBC's Megyn Kelly and beloved actress Jane Fonda found the hosts of 'The View' weighing in. The panel, alongside guest Ann Curry, attacked Kelly for her ignorance and lack of professionalism.

Razzies Draw The Internet's Ire After Nominating Jennifer Lawrence

People are not happy that Jennifer Lawrence received a Razzie nomination for her performance in the movie 'Mother!' The actress will compete with Dakota Johnson of 'Fifty Shades Darker' and Emma Watson of 'The Circle' for Worst Performance.

Jordan Peele On Being An Oscar-Nominated Director For ‘Get Out’: ‘I Feel Very At Peace’

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut ‘Get Out’ is nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. Here’s how Peele feels about being honored.

Greta Gerwig Nabs Best Director Oscar Nomination With 'Lady Bird'

'Lady Bird' director Greta Gerwig is the only female nominee in the all-male line-up for Best Director at the 2018 Oscars. She also nabbed the Best Screenplay nomination.

Stranger Things Season 3 Will ‘Give Will Byers A Break,’ Says Producer

'Stranger Things' Season 3 will be very different from the first two seasons of the Netflix series. In the upcoming episodes, Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) will take a break from fighting the Shadow Monster.

What We Do In The Shadows Is Heading To The Small Screen Through FX

Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement signed a deal with FX to do a reboot of their 2014 film 'What We Do in the Shadows.' They will serve as executive producers of the series.

Sophie Turner Can't Plan Her Wedding To Joe Jonas Until 'Game Of Thrones' Is Over

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner had to wait a little longer to be wed until the eighth and final season of 'Game of Thrones' has wrapped up filming. This is revealed by soon-to-be bridesmaid Maisie Williams.

Razzies 2018: 'Fifty Shades Darker,' 'Transformers' Top The Worst Picture Nominations

The dreaded Golden Raspberry released their contenders for the worst achievements in Hollywood of the year. ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ led with nine noms, while ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ follow with eight.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Will Come Back To Work To Film Last Season Of 'Veep' This August

'Veep' actor Matt Walsh confirmed the return of his costar Julia Louis-Dreyfus for the final season of the show. Dreyfus, who broke the record of SAG Awards wins this year, just finished chemotherapy for breast cancer.

Colette, Starring Keira Knightley, Strikes Deal With Lionsgate For UK Distribution Rights

‘Colette’ is now one of the first films off this year’s Sundance Film Festival to land a distribution deal. Lionsgate gets UK rights, while Bleecker Street and 30West Team get U.S. rights.

PGA Awards 2018: 'The Shape Of Water,' 'Handmaid's Tale' Win Top Accolades

Guillermo del Toro won the Zanuck Award at the PGA Awards for 'The Shape Of Water.' Meanwhile, Hulu's 'The Handmaid's Tale' took home the Norman Felton Award for TV Drama.

Women's March: Natalie Portman Tells Her Story Of 'Sexual Terrorism' At 13

On Saturday's Women's March, a number of female celebrities told their stories of sexism and sexual harassment. Natalie Portman, one of the proponents of the Time's Up, revealed how, at the age of 13, she was objectified by male fans.

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