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  • TV Review: Cartoon Network's 'Over The Garden Wall'

    "Over the Garden Wall" aspires to, and in part achieves, true whimsy, which doesn't make the outlook for this animated, not-so-grim fairy tale for adults any less cloudy. Patrick McHale's creation has been expanded into a 10-part miniseries (each night...
  • Mike Tyson says he was sexually abused at age 7

    Mike Tyson says he was sexually abused at age 7
    Mike Tyson was sexually abused as a child by a complete stranger who abducted him off the street, the former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world said on SiriusXM earlier this week. Speaking at length without interruption about such topics as...
  • Jamie Foxx to Star in Harmony Korine's 'The Trap' (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Spring Breakers" director Harmony Korine, for the first time in his career, has cast an Oscar-winning actor to star in his movie. Sources tell Variety that Jamie Foxx is attached to topline ensemble gangster drama "The Trap." Korine will write and...
  • Watch: Final Trailer for Quvenzhane Wallis' 'Annie'

    Sony has released the final trailer for its updated version of "Annie," starring Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx. The movie, which opens Dec. 19, centers on Foxx playing a tycoon and New York mayoral candidate who's advised to take in the street-smart...
  • Kovalev not dizzied over ageless, favored Hopkins

    Kovalev not dizzied over ageless, favored Hopkins
    — Bernard Hopkins has tormented many opponents in his long, distinguished career, but he may be in for something different with Sergey Kovalev. Kovalev, the WBO light heavyweight champion and former Fort Lauderdale resident, is set to meet the 49-...
  • WATCH: 'Too Many Cooks' Parodies Retro Sitcoms Before Descending into Madness

    If you've been online over the past 24 hours, chances are you've seen mentions of Adult Swim's "Too Many Cooks," a bizarre, fever-dream of a sitcom parody that begins by spoofing the endless opening credit sequences found in family comedies of the '70s...
  • Toss a penalty flag on the NFL, not poor Tom Coughlin

    Give Tom Coughlin a break. He's just 68. The kid made a mistake. What happened to Coughlin last week was just as much the fault of the NFL as it was his error. Yes, Colts QB Andrew Luck hurriedly threw what proved to be a touchdown pass. And, yes,...
  • John Goodman retrial: Jurors hear more about 'man-cave' defense

    The jurors in John Goodman's DUI manslaughter trial had heard about the "man cave" where the polo club founder says he chugged liquor after the Feb. 12, 2010 crash that resulted in Scott Wilson's death. On Tuesday, they were able to see it through...
  • Becky G: Another female caught in pop's cookie-cutter vortex

      Becky G: Another female caught in pop's cookie-cutter vortex
    Is there a campaign to make all Top 40 hits by female artists sound like an endless stroll through Forever 21? Consider the latest from Becky G, the Mexican American rapper from Inglewood whose mix of Disney-like cuteness, street smarts and lyrics...
  • Eagles trying to deal with punchline

    Eagles trying to deal with punchline
    Sound bite of the day, no pun intended, comes from Mike Tyson by way of Eagles coach Chip Kelly. Speaking before practice here at the NovaCare Complex today, Kelly quoted the man whose bite actually was worse than his bark, despite the glass jaw he...
  • Place blame where blame is due

    Janay Palmer Rice, 26, wife of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, said on Instagram that she woke up Tuesday morning feeling like she had a “horrible nightmare.” For it, she blames the media. Her nightmare is the backlash she&...