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Wayne Newton, William Shatner, Shirley MacLaine and Patrick Park, chairman of the 58th International Red Cross Ball, pose for a photograph at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.

MacLaine, Newton, Shatner headline Red Cross Ball in Palm...

A trio of celebrities congregate at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach to help raise money for the American Red Cross of South Florida.

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William Shatner is photographed with his wife at the 58th International Red Cross Ball at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.

Shatner reflects on 'Star Trek' co-star's life at Palm...

On the day after his friend and "Star Trek" co-star Leonard Nimoy died, William Shatner spoke fondly of the man he "loved like a brother for a long time."

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"Modern Family" on ABC.

'Modern Family' episode shot entirely on Apple devices

For this week's "Modern Family" airing Wednesday, producers put away their expensive professional cameras and captured the entire episode with iPhones and other Apple devices.

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'Sharknado 3' to storm back this summer

Say what you will about the "Sharknado" franchise, but there's no doubt, it's swimming in irony.

Take a couple of a key casting choices announced this week.

"Shark Tank" star and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will play the President of the United…

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China tops U.S. at the box office for first time

Move over Hollywood! There's a new star stealing the spotlight -- China has beat the U.S. for the first time in monthly box office sales.

China brought in $650 million in box office revenue for February, surpassing sales in the U.S. of $640 million,…

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'Walking Dead' town for sale

The faded downtown of a small town in Georgia, made famous by an appearance on "The Walking Dead," can now be yours for the right price.

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Michelle Rodriguez's challenge to Hollywood

Actress Michelle Rodriguez challenged racial minorities in Hollywood to "develop their own mythology" and tell their own stories instead of recasting traditionally white characters as different races.

"It's not about taking Catwoman or Superman or…

Captain von Trapp, “The Sound of Music”

'The Sound of Music': Where are they now?

Fifty years after its premiere, "The Sound of Music" is still among millions of fans' favorite things.

The Julie Andrews film, about the von Trapp family and its "problem" governess, Maria, is beloved enough to have spawned audience singalongs. The…

Dakota Johnson's mom defends 'SNL' gig

Don't listen to the haters, Dakota Johnson: You made your famous mother proud.

The "Fifty Shades" actor received mixed reviews for her appearance this weekend on "Saturday Night Live." Despite a few crowd-pleasing moments, a controversial sketch…

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