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Today in entertainment history: July 13

A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.

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Rudd says Superhero ‘Ant-Man’ a normal, relatable guy

A familiar face from comedies like "Anchorman" and "This is 40," Paul Rudd dons the superhero suit for the first time in the film about a thief who can shrink in size but grow in power.

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John Stamos is in rehab

The "Full House" star has reportedly checked into rehab for substance abuse, one month after his arrest for drunken-driving.

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Take a ride on the wild side

Check out 10 of the world's best amusement parks featuring the craziest coasters and most mouth-watering eats.

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Facebook is changing what you see – again

The world's largest online social network will help you weed through the clutter of boring, unwanted information, often from long-forgotten acquaintances.

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‘Star Wars’ dominates Comic-Con

Everyone at Comic-Con is excited for the new installment in the classic sci-fi film.

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What Amy Schumer is really thinking during her covershoot

Haven't you always wanted to be on the cover of a magazine? No?

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‘Lawrence of Arabia’ star Omar Sharif dead at 83

Sharif was one of the few Arab actors to make it big in Hollywood.

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Harper Lee’s new novel big as ‘Harry Potter’ in Amazon pre-orders

"Go Set a Watchman," the much-anticipated second novel by the "To Kill a Mockingbird" author is already a best seller and it's not even out yet.

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Kim Kardashian’s Tassauds wax figure is taking a selfie

The queen of reality TV has become the first person to be immortalized by the famous museum in a selfie pose.

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The cast of ‘The Hunger Games’ at Comic-Con

Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, and Jennifer Lawrence talk about the end of an era and their final appearance at Comic-Con.

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REVIEW: Lovable ‘Minions’ not quite ready for primetime

A new story of how the minions hooked up with Gru presents deliciously wide open possibilities that aren't always met.

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Today in entertainment history: July 10

A look at the Hollywood headlines of days gone by.

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‘Rush Hour 4′ is happening

Chris Tucker has confirmed the rumors: He is reuniting with co-star Jackie Chan for a fourth installment of the action comedy franchise.

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Sandra Bullock on playing a baddie in ‘Minions’

Bullock supplies the voice of the glamorous Scarlett Overkill, who wants the small yellow minions to help her get the British crown jewels.

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‘The Jeffersons’ star Irwin Keyes dead at 63

Keyes was best known for his role as Hugo, the bodyguard of George Jefferson, in the hit '70s TV sitcom.

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No surprise, kids are being named after ‘Frozen’ characters

There's gonna be a lot of kids named Olaf and Elsa running around.

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Watch Bill Murray ‘trash talk’ golf fans

The "Ghost Busters" star took part in the John Deere Classic Pro-Am, smoked on the golf course, and gave fans some good-natured ribbing.

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Comic-Con 2015 starts today

From super heroes and classic comics to awards and film screenings, the world's biggest comics convention kicks off today.

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Today in entertainment history: July 9

A look back on the Hollywood headlines of days gone by.

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A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.

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Ronda Rousey biopic in the works

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Paramount executives have picked up the rights to the 28-year-old's autobiography.

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Ben Stiller back as dimwitted male model in ‘Zoolander 2′ trailer

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The sequel to the 2001 comedy is still several months away but with one-liners like these, we can't wait.

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Jon Stewart prepares to sign off

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After 15 years, the comedian will bid farewell as he hosts his final "Daily Show."

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Tom Cruise’s ‘Rogue Nation’ dominates weekend box office

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It's the third largest movie opening for Cruise, following the $64.9 million launch for 2004's "War of the Worlds" and $57.8 million for 2000's "Mission: Impossible 2."