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LOS ANGELES (AP) — More than three years after Michael Jackson's death, his youngest brother continues to raise questions about the validity of the pop superstar's will.
NEW YORK (AP) — Fans of Chuck Lorre's vanity cards, which appear at the end of his TV shows, will no longer have to hit pause on their DVRs to study his vanity cards.
NEW YORK (AP) — Gore Vidal seemed able not only to do anything, but to do it all at the same time. In the early 1960s, you might catch him on a television talk show, read an essay of his in The Nation about Norman Mailer, see "The Best Man" on Broadway or watch him campaign for Congress with Eleanor Roosevelt at his side.
NEW YORK (AP) — Alfred Hitchcock has finally usurped Orson Welles.
NEW YORK (AP) — Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler says he liked the paychecks on "American Idol" but had a love-hate relationship with the show.
NEW YORK (AP) — Olivia Munn prides herself on working with three powerful S names in Hollywood: Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show," Steven Soderbergh in the film "Magic Mike" and Aaron Sorkin on HBO's "The Newsroom." But to hear her tell it, she's still and up-and-comer — and maybe a bit of a cheat.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Will Ferrell, Jack Black and Jason Segel are hitchhiking ghosts and Russell Brand is Captain Hook in two new portraits by Annie Leibovitz.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Katie Couric is no brown-eyed girl, but she can hold her own singing backup for Jimmy Buffett.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Like many of the stars of her era, Marilyn Monroe's movements, relationships and comments weren't just devoured by fans — they were followed closely by the FBI.
In a world more to his liking, Gore Vidal might have been president, or even king. He had an aristocrat's bearing — tall, handsome and composed — and an authoritative baritone ideal for summoning an aide or courtier.