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Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, WGACould this be any cuter? Friends stars Courtney Cox, 51, and Matt LeBlanc, 48, reunited at the 2016 WGA Awards Saturday. They presented the Writers Guild of America's Paddy Chayefsky...
Justin TimberlakeJustin Timberlake rocked his body to "The Carlton"...with Carlton...again! During the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament in Pebble Beach, Calif., Saturday, the...
Carine Roitfeld, ESC: A Day In The LifeNew York Fashion Week is the most hectic time of year for style editors. For Carine Roitfeld, founder and director of CR Fashion Book, it seems like a walk in a beautifully trimmed, expertly...
Vinyl, Ray RomanoRay Romano is a little worried. Well, really his mom has a little worried you won't recognize him in HBO's Vinyl. Please recognize Ray Romano. The Emmy-winning star of Everybody...

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in Calverton, N.Y., Walter Yacoboski holds an auction guide featuring one of his comic books, "Amazing Fantasy" No. 15, which features the Spider-Man character. Yacoboski bought the comic book as an investment in 1980 for $1,200. Some experts believe it could fetch $400,000 or more when it is sold at auction on Feb. 18. (AP Photo/Frank Eltman).CALVERTON, N.Y. (AP) — Walter Yakoboski scraped together nearly every penny he made as short-order cook in 1979 to begin buying a small collection of rare comic books for $10,000, hoping his boyhood passion could one day pay off as an investment.


LOS ANGELES (AP) — A veteran Grammys executive producer says his awards show does not have a diversity issue like the Oscars and that it is not fair to compare the two programs.

Actor Leonardo Di Caprio poses for photographers upon arrival at the BAFTA 2016 film awards at the Royal Opera House in London, Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP)LONDON (AP) — Irish emigrant saga "Brooklyn" was named best British picture Sunday at the British Academy Film Awards, where Leonardo DiCaprio is favored to take the best actor trophy for epic endurance story "The Revenant."


From L: Actress Julia Jentsch, German director Anne Zohra Berrached and actor Bjarne Maedel pose at a photocall for the film "24 Weeks" (24 Wochen) during the 66th Berlinale Film Festival in Berlin on February 14, 2016Berlin (AFP) - "24 Weeks", a harrowing German drama about a couple struggling to decide whether to have a late-term abortion, moved the audience to tears at its Berlin film festival premiere Sunday. The film by Anne Zohra Berrached, 33, tackles a thorny issue in a country in which, according to the producers, more than 90 percent of parents terminate pregnancies in which the foetus is severely disabled.