Report: Google Developing Facebook Rival

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Boost: Michael Cera's Scott Pilgrim may be a touch more tentative than he is in the comics — but when he's called on to combat his new girlfriend's Seven Evil Exes, Cera proves he's got the right kick-ass stuff. Double Negative/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Will Travers (James Badge Dale) is a brilliant intelligence analyst with a tragic past — who can quickly spot patterns emerging in seemingly random things. AMC hide caption

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'Rubicon': Smart Spies Who Connect The Dots

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"I’ve always wanted to write about the paparazzi subculture," says author Carl Hiaasen. "It's such a peculiar, predatory way to make a living -- chasing pseudo-celebrities from club to club, hoping they stumble out the door drunk so you can snap a photo." Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Paparazzi Take Center Stage In Hiaasen's 'Star Island'

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Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner (right) discusses a scene with star Jon Hamm during the taping of the AMC drama. AMC hide caption

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Talking 'Mad Men' With Creator Matthew Weiner

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Daniel Schorr And Frank Zappa Were Friends. Really.

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Comic-Con Grows Up

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Anthony Daniels poses with a C-3PO figurine and other Star Wars characters while promoting Star Wars in Concert. The British actor narrates the show. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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'Star Wars In Concert' Puts The Force In The Music

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At Comic-Con, Hollywood Woos Superfans

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Jon Hamm returns to the screen as Don Draper, the 1960s ad man at the center of Mad Men. AMC hide caption

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The Only Summer-TV Guide You'll Ever Need

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Kyra Sedgwick of The Closer is one of many established actors cast as a quirky detective. Karen Neal/Turner hide caption

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Summertime And The Cable Is Boring

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Malaysian Reality Show Seeks Young Imam

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Shop That Inspired 'Soup Nazi' Reopens In N.Y.

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