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Madonna Releases Six Songs from New Album

(NEW YORK) -- Following the unauthorized leak earlier this week of some of her new, but incomplete tracks, Madonna has decided to officially release six songs from her upcoming album Rebel Heart. The songs are available for pre-order at iTunes and other outlets with the purchase of the album, and individually.  More music is coming February 9, and the entire album will officially arrive during the first week of March. Follow @ABCNewsRadio !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

posted 2014-12-20 09:47:23 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"The Godfather: Part II": Celebrating the Movie's 40th Anniversary With 8 Little-Known Facts

(LOS ANGELES) -- It has been 40 years since Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather: Part II was released on Dec. 20, 1974 and the movie has had a lasting impact.Part II was released two years after the The Godfather: Part I and it is widely considered the best sequel of all time. To some, the sequel even surpasses the original. The Godfather: Part III would come in 1990, but the third time was not quite the charm.The sequel focused on Michael Corleone, played by Al Pacino, as he attempted to expand his family business into a then-brand new playground called…

posted 2014-12-20 09:04:08 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Welcome Baby Girl

(LOS ANGELES) -- Lincoln has a new baby sister. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard welcomed their second child on Friday. The couple, who married last October, are already parents to daughter Lincoln, born March 2013.   Delta Bell Shepard is here. She doesn't look like either @IMKristenBell or me, but we're gonna keep her anyway. #christmascameearly — dax shepard (@daxshepard1) December 20, 2014   In typical sarcastic fashion, the "Veronica Mars" star commented on her pregnancy this summer. "Having a cold while being pregnant is like getting a parking ticket while you’re at the dentist," she tweeted. When the couple…

posted 2014-12-20 08:13:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


Stephen Collins Denies He's a Pedophile After Confessing to Sexual Misconduct With 3 Girls

(NEW YORK) --  7th Heaven actor Stephen Collins says he is “absolutely not” a pedophile, claiming that the three underage girls he confessed to having sexual misconduct with were isolated incidents.“I'm absolutely not attracted, physically or sexually attracted to children,” Collins told Yahoo Global Anchor Katie Couric in an exclusive interview that will air on ABC News’ 20/20.Watch the full interview on ABC News' 20/20 FRIDAY at 10 p.m. ETCollins also denied that there have been any more victims, saying if more come forward, claiming he had been inappropriate with them, “it would not be the truth.”“I didn’t white-knuckle this...…

posted 2014-12-19 19:22:09 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Stephen Colbert's Portrait to Hang Between Bathrooms at the Smithsonian Once Again

(WASHINGTON) -- Following the end of his nine-year run on Comedy Central, and in advance of his move to CBS to take over The Late Show, Stephen Colbert will have a portrait hung in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery for the second time.The comedian's eponymous hit show, The Colbert Report, ran from October 2005 through Thursday, capping off a run over more than 1,400 episodes. The National Portrait Gallery confirmed the second portrait on its blog on Friday. The new portrait, the gallery says, "shows the shameless self-promoter reflected in a mirror." Outdoing Colbert's 2008 portrait -- which featured a…

posted 2014-12-19 14:37:26 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Why Natalie Portman Says "Star Wars" Actually Hurt Her Career

(NEW YORK) -- When Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace came out in 1999, it became one of the highest grossing movies of all-time, but fans of the Star Wars franchise were torn about the series of new prequels.Oscar winner Natalie Portman, who starred in all three of the prequels, said playing the female protagonist Padmé in the franchise actually hurt her career.In an interview with New York magazine, where A-list stars paid tribute to the iconic director Mike Nichols, Portman shared a tale of how the late legend helped get her career back off the ground after Star…

posted 2014-12-19 10:09:16 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Angelina Jolie Opens Up About Directing Brad Pitt in Love Scene

(LOS ANGELES) -- Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be back on screen together in By the Sea, which is set to be released next year and features the famous duo as a couple -- much like their debut movie together in 2005's Mr. and Mrs. Smith.While promoting her current film Unbroken, Jolie, 39, spoke to MTV news about directing a sex scene with her now husband in the future movie."I was the other person in the love scene, so it wasn't that hard," she quipped. "He knows what I need from him. He's always known."As for people making assumptions…

posted 2014-12-19 10:05:57 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

George Clooney Speaks Out About Lack of Sony Support

(LOS ANGELES) — In an interview with Deadline published Thursday, George Clooney explained why he feels no one else in the industry stood up for Sony in the wake of the hack attack.Clooney said Hollywood big shots were all scared that they’d be next on the hackers’ list. They were so fearful, in fact, that they refused to sign a petition that Clooney and his agent, CAA’s Bryan Lourd, passed around in support of Sony. The letter was a call for the major studios to stand together with Sony and back their decision to not give in to the hackers’…

posted 2014-12-19 07:19:33 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

The Colbert Report Signs Off

(NEW YORK) -- After nine years of truthiness, justice, and the American Way, Stephen Colbert signed off as the host of Comedy Central's award winning spoof news show The Colbert Report. Colbert launched his show on October 17, 2005, after spending several years as a correspondent on another Comedy Central program, The Daily Show. His parody of right-wing TV commentators quickly became a hit." And no, he didn't break character, even in the finale.  Let's not pussyfoot around," Colbert said in his last "Word" segment.  "I have had a huge impact. Need more evidence? Maybe you should ask Saginaw Spirit's mini…

posted 2014-12-19 07:19:22 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” “Annie” Open Friday; "Wild" Expands

(NEW YORK) — The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies opened on Wednesday, earning an estimated $24.5 million in its first day of release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.A few more new films join The Hobbit in theaters this weekend. Here's a closer look:Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb -- Ben Stiller's security guard character, Larry Daley, and his historical pals head to London for more museum adventures in the third film in the series. The late Robin Williams reprises his role of Teddy Roosevelt. Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais, Rebel Wilson and Ben Kingsley also…

posted 2014-12-19 07:19:04 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Movie Review: “Annie” (Rated PG)

(NEW YORK) — An updated musical that already feels dated. Sony’s terrible week is probably about to get worse, because given the train wreck that is its new movie, Annie, I can’t imagine people will be flocking to theaters to catch this updated musical. I’ll skip the jokes about how the hackers should have tried to get Annie pulled, not The Interview, because you can’t go three seconds on Twitter without a similar punchline popping up in your feed. But yeah, Annie’s pretty bad. And it’s bad from the start. The opening musical number, in which our title character (played by youngest…

posted 2014-12-19 07:18:46 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Craig Ferguson to Host Final "Late Late Show" Friday Night

(LOS ANGELES) — Craig Ferguson is saying his final farewell to CBS' The Late Late Show Friday night, after 10 years at the helm.The 52-year-old Scotsman took over hosting duties from Craig Kilborn in January 2005 and immediately shook up the traditional late-show format. For one thing, his producers never predetermined the topics he would talk about with guests, making for looser, more off-the-cuff interviews.“All I was trying to do with any guest, particularly guests who are very inside the Hollywood machine, was to humanize them…make them loosen up a little bit, to relax, and to have a good time,”…

posted 2014-12-19 06:02:07 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio