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Groundhog Day gets a sequel… as a virtual reality game

Here’s some news that will surely spark a lot of feelings. First, Groundhog Day, the classic comedy from Bill Murray, is getting an official sequel. That may be good or bad, depending on if you’re of the belief that some things in this world are just plain sacred. If that’s you, then maybe the second…

Audiences — and Marcia Gay Harden’s husband — REALLY wanted her character to die...

Watch the full episode of Couch Surfing streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. Marcia Gay Harden played a bloodthirsty zealot in the 2007 film The Mist, but even she was surprised by how much people wanted her character dead. On the latest episode of People TV’s Couch Surfing, Harden talks about seeing the film…

Jimmy Fallon’s team of Super Bowl puppy predictors are back

It’s time for arguably the best part of the Super Bowl — assuming you don’t care about the Halftime show, all the movie trailers that are coming our way, or the National Anthem performance… or, you know, the actual game. Every year at the start of February, just days before Super Bowl Sunday, Jimmy Fallon…

Bohemian Rhapsody‘s Rami Malek says his ‘situation’ with Bryan Singer ‘was not pleasant’

Following the awards season success of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, its star Rami Malek remained hesitant to address his own experience working with Bryan Singer on the film. The director was fired by Fox in the middle of the production and, in a separate incident, multiple allegations of sexual misconduct (which Singer denies) were published…

First Captain Marvel clip drops Brie Larson into a Skrull scrum

Carol Danvers is here to kick a— and chew gum… and she’s all out of gum. Brie Larson, appearing on this week’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote Captain Marvel, dropped the first clip from the highly anticipated superhero movie on social media late Friday night. Let’s just say, there’s a reason Marvel Studios President…

Survivor host Jeff Probst sizes up the Edge of Extinction marooning

The contestants of Survivor: Edge of Extinction are going to have to jump off a boat to start off season 38. It’s a classic move for a show that loves to literally force players to take the plunge into a new adventure. But what about those moments before everyone started scrambling for supplies and jumping…

Diane Keaton really smacked Marcia Gay Harden with a foam bat during First Wives...

Watch the full episode of Couch Surfing streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. As anyone who’s been on a movie set can tell you, not everything goes according to plan during filming. Sometimes an actor will improvise a line. Sometimes you can’t put the camera where you wanted. And sometimes, as Couch Surfing…

J.D. Salinger’s unseen writings to be finally published, son says

Unseen material from J.D. Salinger, the legendary author of Catcher in the Rye who declined to publish any of his writings from 1965 until his death in 2010, is finally set to be published, his son Matt Salinger revealed to The Guardian. In an extensive interview, Matt Salinger revealed definitively, after decades of speculation, that his father never…

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend recap: Rebecca finally goes to Raging Waters

In “I Need Some Space,” Crazy Ex-Girlfriend does what it does best: It touches on incredibly important topics without veering into cheesy PSA territory (*cough cough* Glee seasons 3-6). In this case, we get two issues. First up, Rebecca, whose mental health seemed A-okay amid a few charmingly sitcom-y episodes, deals with backsliding. The boring, monotonous work of maintenance is…

The Blacklist recap: Raymond Reddington faces his fate

Raymond Reddington may have just lost his last chance at avoiding trial for multiple capital offenses, but his fate isn’t exactly sealed yet. It’s already snuggly inside the envelope, sure — but as Dembe told his boss following some pre-verdict good fortune, “Sometimes you make your own fate, and sometimes fate makes you.” And while this…

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8-year-old Guatemalan boy who died in US custody had the flu,...

Border patrol officers stand at the beach on the U.S. side of the fence between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, on Dec. 24, 2018. (Photo: Daniel Ochoa de Olza, AP) An 8-year-old Guatemalan boy who died in U.S. custody on Christmas Eve tested positive for influenza B, according to the New Mexico Office of the Medical…

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