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Dana Edelson/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Netflix has released a trailer for A Very Murray Christmas, its upcoming Christmas special starring Bill Murray set to debut in December.

The 24-second trailer, which is clearly a nod to his role in Lost in Translation, features a signature shrug from the actor while he dons a pair of headband antlers and gazes glumly out a Carlyle Hotel window at the New York City skyline -- all set to a score of jazz piano.

It's no coincidence that the trailer looks like the hit 2003 film. The special reunites

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Virginia Sherwood/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Blythe Danner doesn't go online. One reason? It would be tough for her to read criticisms of her daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow.

"I don't like to read stuff. I don't even know what they write," she told Vulture. "I'm told, but it's hurtful to see things written about your baby."

Danner added that she struggles with making "my brain and my fingers cooperate with the text. I'm just a mess."

While she believes she belongs in "another era," she does break her self-imposed Internet ban to read Paltrow's lifestyle website,

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David Welker/TLC(NEW YORK) -- In the wake of Josh Duggar admitting that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago as a teenager, TLC has pulled the show in which he's featured with his large family, 19 Kids and Counting.

In a statement to ABC News, the cable network said: "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. We are deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and victims at this difficult time."

The firestorm started when 

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Timothy White/E!(LOS ANGELES) -- Kim Kardashian is a reality star, clothing designer and a book author -- and is now firing back at her critics who say her career is easy.

"I get more fed up with questions like -- I was traveling recently and I was doing a press day and people were like, 'How do you feel when people say what do you do?' And I'm like, I'm here working aren't I? Like, I'm here to promote something," she told Access Hollywood.

Kim fires back at those people: "I said, 'Hey why don't

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Paul Drinkwater/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Now that George Clooney is a married man, he's getting used to being asked repeatedly if he and wifeAmal Clooney are going to have kids.

"I just did a junket," Clooney said about his new film, Tomorrowland. "Each of the outlets has a different version of how to get to it. They'll be like, 'There's a kid, who plays you as a young guy George' and I go, 'Yeah.' [Then they go] 'Does it ever make you want to have a little George?'  There's always some way in."

The actor stopped by 

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Buena Vista(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

Tomorrowland -- In the Disney film, George Clooney is a former boy-genius who, along with a bright teen, attempts to uncover the secrets of a mysterious place called "Tomorrowland." Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy, Tim McGraw, Judy Greer, Kathryn Hahn and Keegan Michael-Key also star. Rated PG.

Poltergeist -- The horror remake focuses on evil spirits that snatch

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Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS(NEW YORK) -- David Letterman's Late Show swan song brought in big ratings for CBS.

Wednesday night's broadcast of Late Show, which marked the end of Letterman's 33-year run on late-night TV, averaged 13.76 million viewers. It was the program's largest audience since February of 1994, when an episode of Late Show followed CBS coverage of the Winter Olympics.

The Letterman finale boosted the audience for The Late Late Show with James Corden, which averaged four million viewers, the program's biggest-ever audience with any host.

Stephen Colbert succeeds

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David Giesbrecht/NBC(NEW YORK) -- "Red Nose Day," a three-hour live event designed to raise money for charity organizations that focus on helping children and young people in the U.S. and around the world lift themselves out of poverty, aired Thursday night on NBC.

The star-studded lineup included actors Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Anna Kendrick, and Gwyneth Paltrow, as well as musicians like Coldplay, John Mellencamp, Keith Urban, Ed Sheeran, and U2.

Here are some of the evening's highlights:

  • There was a comedy montage called "
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David Welker/TLC(NEW YORK) -- Josh Duggar is responding to recent reports that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago, saying he "would do anything to go back to those teen years and take different actions."

In Touch magazine was the first to report that Josh Duggar was investigated in 2006 for alleged misconduct starting when he was 14 years old.

A representative for TLC, the network behind the Duggars' show 19 Kids and Counting, referred

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Warner Bros.(NEW YORK) -- Matthew Lewis, the actor who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter series, is all grown up.

The one-time child actor recently showed off his toned physique on the cover of Attitude, the U.K.'s gay lifestyle magazine. And inside the magazine, there are pics where he's just wearing underwear and not much else.

Lewis' new look is getting tons of reaction online, including from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling. The writer 

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ABC/Randy Holmes(LONDON) -- He may have walked down the aisle, something many fans thought he'd never do, but George Clooney is still the same guy who loves a good prank. 

"I'm doing one now that I can't tell you about, but in a year you are going to hear I've been arrested -- I'm not kidding, because I think I've crossed the line," he tells BBC host Graham Norton on Friday's The Graham Norton Show.

The Tomorrowland star adds, "But I have a wife; she's a barrister. I'll be fine!"

George and Amal Clooney, who

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Frank Ockenfels/AMC(NEW YORK) -- Much has been made of the Mad Men series finale that aired Sunday night.

However, the show's creator, Matthew Weiner, laid rumors to rest Wednesday night during a discussion with author A.M. Homes at the New York Public Library. 

"In the abstract, I did think, why not end this show with the greatest commercial ever made?" he said, in a video posted by The Hollywood Reporter. "In terms of what it means to people and everything, I am, again, not for ambiguity for ambiguity's

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"Poltergeist" - Fox(NEW YORK) — A few months back, a Poltergeist cast member described the movie to me as a “family adventure film.”  That hardly sounded appealing. Now that I’ve seen the movie, I know what the actor meant. It is a family adventure film, kind of, though not a particularly good one.  But more telling: it’s Poltergeist.  It should be a horror film.
 
The original Poltergeist from 1982 is a classic. It’s an incredibly creepy film without being graphic or bloody — a good old-fashioned horror thriller and very much a product of its era.  This ...Read more

ABC/Rick Rowell(NEW YORK) -- Britt Nilsson may have been sent home this week on The Bachelorette, but that doesn't mean she hasn't found love.

During the rose ceremony, an unexpected twist occurred when Brady Toops admitted to the remaining "bachelorette" Kaitlyn Bristowe that his heart belonged to Nilsson, and that he was removing himself from the competition. 

And on Thursday's Good Morning America, Nilsson hinted that the move scored Toops some points.

"Brady is an amazing

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Timothy White/E! (LOS ANGELES) -- Kim Kardshian encouraged her youngest sister, Kylie Jenner to admit she had temporary lip fillers after previously denying that she'd undergone the procedure. The reality star said the implants helped the 17-year-old tremendously.

"I saw how for so many years she was so insecure about [her lips,]" Kim told Access Hollywood. "I mean, at 10 years old, she would say to me, 'How come my lips aren’t big like you guys?'

"I

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