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    Actor James Garner died at age 86 at his home in Los Angeles of natural causes. The star who played Ryan Gosling's character Noah as an older man in The Notebook had a long and celebrated career as both a comedic and dramatic actor. He was probably best known as the funny hero in the TV series Maverick, which played in the 1950s, as well as the good-looking leading man in movies such as The Rockford Files and Murphy's Romance.

    Oscar-nominated Garner's resume is incredibly impressive, but many of us will remember him as the man Ryan was destined to become in our all-time favorite romantic film.

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    I loved Cheryl Strayed's memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail so much, I bought two extra hardback copies so I could give them away. I loved it so much that when I heard Reese Witherspon had optioned the film rights, I instantly thought, Oh no. Not because I am anti-Reese-Witherspoon, exactly (although I have to say, I got a real bitchy too-cool-for-school vibe from her in those elevator videos that were going around), but film adaptations of amazing books -- especially amazing books with so much internal dialogue -- don't always pan out.

    Well, the first trailer for Wild has just been released, and you guys ... it looks GREAT. I realize I'm making the following prediction based on two minutes of footage, but not only am I officially retracting my cynicism about this film in general, I think Witherspoon has a very strong chance of nailing an Oscar for this role.

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    Wow, I'm impressed. Miley Cyrus, who has been in the habit of over-sharing, has been in a SECRET relationship for NINE MONTHS.

    Yes, for nine whole months, 21-year-old Miley has kept her relationship with producer Mike Will Made-It totally on the down-low; not sharing racy selfies on Instagram, walking the red carpet with him, or talking about him to the press. So who is this mystery man?

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    Angelina Jolie is nothing if not honest. The 39-year-old actress has been transparent about her "dark" past -- which she admits includes drug use and other "dangerous" things. So when a video recently resurfaced that shows the mother of six pacing the length of her New York City apartment in the late '90s reportedly strung out on heroin, no one should have been surprised -- or the least bit scandalized by it.

    And the only person who should be ashamed by its existence is the person who let it "leak" and is trying to make money off of it.

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    Mila Kunis isn't your typical Hollywood starlet. You won't find the down-to-earth 30-year-old actress strutting down the red carpet on her day off, and she isn't updating her social media accounts day and night. In fact, she doesn't use social media at all (maybe because her fiancé Ashton Kutcher does enough tweeting for the both of them). She keeps her private life relatively private.

    So it comes as no surprise that when it comes to her wedding plans, she hasn't given us much ... until now. 

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    Back in 2005, Chris Martin was voted the World's Sexiest Vegetarian. But that title no longer fits, not because nine years passed and he is getting older. It's because he is no longer a vegetarian!

    Yup, the newly single Martin confessed that he is back to eating meat following his conscious uncoupling with Gwyneth Paltrow.

    What did he say?

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    It was nearly a year ago that we first heard the murmurings, and we could only dare to hope that the dream would become a reality. It seemed too good to be true, really -- in a world of Hollywood blockbusters, could there be room for a small film with a big heart? Thankfully, its makers never gave up on their goal of continuing the greatest story ever told via the incandescent presence of Tara Reid, and today we can see the first sneak peek at their efforts. I am of course talking about the Sharknado sequel, which bears the poetic title Sharknado 2: The Second One.

    Based on the three-minute clip, Sharknado 2: The Second One successfully takes on the challenge of topping the original film through its beautiful tale of heroism in the face of unspeakable danger. As if the stunningly creative premise -- a sharknado is unleashed in New York City -- isn't enough, this masterpiece also features Kelly Osbourne, Perez Hilton, Matt Lauer, Andy Dick, and Downtown Julie Brown.

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    If there's one thing that sounds hotter than actually making out with Ryan Gosling, it would be igniting intense feelings of anger within him in the hopes that that would lead to making out with Ryan Gosling. Rachel McAdams is one smart girl. While filming The Notebook -- which celebrated its 10-year anniversary on June 25, if you can believe it -- the actress stirred up such hatred in Gosling that he actually wanted her kicked off the set.

    Considering how they went on to date for four years, they might have been on to something with their whole hate-you-so-much-I-love-you passion.

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    Over the weekend Robert Downey Jr.'s son Indio Downey was arrested in West Hollywood, California, for drug possession. The 20-year-old son of the Iron Man star was the passenger in a car when it was pulled over after a traffic stop. He was found with cocaine on his person and was arrested and was held on a $10,000 bail. He was released on early Monday morning.

    It's a call no parent ever wants to get, but it had to be especially devastating given Robert's own personal past.

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    The trend for villain origin stories continues with the most famous blood-sucking fiend in history, and no, I am most definitely not talking about Edward Damn Cullen. Dracula Untold will hit theaters on October 17, and the much-anticipated film has officially released its first trailer video.

    This is Dracula like you've never seen him before -- apparently he was a good guy all along who just needed some supernatural powers so he could protect his people. I'm not sure every iconic malefactor needs a sympathetic backstory, but what this trailer lacks in an immediate hook (for me, anyway), it makes up for with a GIANT DEADLY HAND OF BATS.

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