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Lucas: H’wood Wouldn’t Back All-Black War Movie

Star Wars creator George Lucas says Hollywood studios refused to back his new film Red Tails - about World War II's Tuskegee Airmen - because the cast was all black.

Lucas made this remarkable and revealing statement to a stunned Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's Daily Show Monday night.

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You’re Kidding – Right? Lohan as Liz Taylor?

Lindsay Lohan recently channeled Marilyn Monroe in a Playboy magazine pictorial, but her next film role could be portraying another Hollywood legend.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Coach Fired After Losing to Houston

The owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars has fired head coach Jack Del Rio, after the team's 20 to 13 loss to the Houston Texans.  It was the last straw for Del Rio, who leaves with an overall losing record covering nine years.

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Justin Bieber Paternity Lawsuit Dismissed

It's reported that the Justin Bieber baby lawsuit has apparently gone bye-bye.

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Wiley College and USC Will Repeat Famous 1935 Debate Match

Little Wiley College in Marshall, Texas made history in 1935, when its debate team dethroned the powerful and formidable debate team from the University of Southern California and won the national championship.

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Zavalla Man Wins “America’s Top Shot”

Dustin Ellermann of Zavalla took the $100,000 grand prize on The History Channel’s “Top Shot” Tuesday night, in an elimination challenge that left little doubt that he really is the best competitive shooter in the country.  Let's just say he hits what he aims at.

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Gumbel Plays Race Card: Calls NBA Commish a “Plantation Overseer”

In a televised editorial on the NBA's ongoing contract deadlock and player lockout, HBO sports commentator Bryant Gumbel compared NBA Commissioner David Stern to a "plantation overseer."

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Prisoners Say We Want Our Porn

A group of Connecticut State Prison inmates has started a letter-writing campaign to head off what they say will be an unfair ban on pornography inside that state’s correctional institutions.

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