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Robin Williams' Son Zak Says Their Family Is 'Acclimating to the New Normal'


Kevin Mazur/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Robin Williams' death devastated his family. However, his son, Zak, said that they're trying to move forward.

"We're doing okay," he told Us Weekly. ""We're acclimating to the new normal. Everything is step by step."

Zak, 31, is the oldest of Williams' three children. He also has two half-siblings Zelda, 25, and Cody, 22.

"Personally, my wife and I are focusing on doing a lot of good," he said. "She runs the San Francisco office of Human Rights Watch, and we're working with them to do good in the world."

Robin Williams was 63 when he died this past August of an apparent suicide.

However, he left behind a legacy that his son cherishes.

"Dad had almost a childlike love, and he shared that love with people, with everyone," he said. "And that ability to love, and that ability to be generous and giving and kind is something we would want to share with future generations."

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Cher Cancels the Rest of Her Tour


Beth Gwinn/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Back in September, Cher became ill and and had to reschedule all her concert dates. Now, she's been forced to cancel all those rescheduled dates because she still hasn't made a full recovery.

"I am totally devastated. Nothing like this has ever happened to me," Cher said in a statement. "I cannot apologize enough to all the fans who bought tickets. I’m so proud of this show. It is my best ever. I sincerely hope that we can come back again next year and finish what we started."

The singer, 68, wrapped up the first leg of her "Dressed to Kill" tour in March, but before she embarked on a second leg, she contracted an infection that affected her kidney function, leading the postponement and rescheduling of the dates. Now, her doctors have advised her that she needs even more time to ensure a "complete and total recovery."

Ticket holders can get refunds at the point of purchase.

The dates were to have run through January, and included two shows at New York City's Madison Square Garden.

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Country Singers Billy Gilman and Ty Herndon Come Out as Gay


Beth Gwinn/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Two country stars, Ty Herndon and Billy Gilman, made personal announcements on Thursday: They're gay.

Herndon, 52, went first, telling People magazine that he realized he was gay when he was about 10 years old and told his loved ones ten years later.

Now, in a happy relationship with his longtime partner, Matt, Herndon is looking forward to one day marrying and starting a family. He's also hoping that his announcement will help others.

"During an Anthony Robbins seminar, I realized I had an incredible story that could possibly help someone's son or daughter or grandchild's life not be as difficult as mine has been," he told the magazine. "Maybe they wouldn't have to go through as much pain and suffering. It's time to tell my truth."

One person he inspired was Gilman, 26, who made his own announcement via a YouTube post.

"It’s taken me a good many weeks to figure out how I was to approach this video that you’re watching right now," Gilman began. "But today, actually, a fellow country artist and friend made it easier for me to make this video. And I wanted my fans, who have stuck by me for many, many years, to know."

Gilman went on to explain that he decided to come out after he was spotted with his partner, "who I am happily now sharing my life with," by a local reporter. As a result, he felt it was important to tell his fans the truth behind the photo before it hit the press.

"I know some people won’t agree with this. And that’s OK. To each his own," he said. "But I felt it was time for me to be honest and to be truthful. I love you all and from the bottom of my heart, I thank you."

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Greer Grammer, Kelsey Grammer's Daughter, Named Miss Golden Globe 2015


Kevin Winter/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Every year, a celebrity's son or daughter is tapped by Hollywood Foreign Press Association to hand out awards at the Golden Globes.

In 2015, the honor will belong to Greer Grammer, the daughter of Kelsey Grammer and Barrie Buckner.

"I screamed and I jumped up and down," she told People of receiving the nod. "I was just so happy...It was such a dream come true."

Here are a few things to know about the 22-year-old:

1. Acting is in her blood -- and her name: Grammer tweeted in 2009 that she was named for Academy Award winner Greer Carson. "She's absolutely radiant," gushed Grammer. "I can only hope to live up to the name."

2. She's college-educated: Greer attended the University of Southern California where she belonged to the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

3. She's already landed a few big roles: Though she's only been acting for a few years, she's already appeared in two big TV series, iCarly and Awkward, in which she played series regular Lissa.

4. She likes to lay low: Born and raised in Malibu, Grammer loves to hit the beach, ride her bike and do other quiet activities. "I’m so boring. Most people go out but I lay in my bed. I binge-watch Friday Night Lights," she told Complex U.K.. "My boyfriend lives in Brentwood so sometimes we’ll go to Santa Monica. The past few weekends, I’ll ride my bike and get ice cream. I live a very normal life."

5. She feels supported by both of her parents: Grammer gushed to People that her parents were both "so proud" when she told them about Miss Golden Globe. "I called them separately and my mom was over the moon and I had to tell her not to tell anybody, because I know that she would have called everyone right off the bat, and same with my dad," she told the magazine. "They're so excited to see me on stage. I can't wait."

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Bill Cosby Returns to Stage Amid New Sexual Abuse Allegations


Jemal Countess/Getty Images(PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas) -- Bill Cosby took the stage in the Bahamas Thursday night for a women's charity event and, despite opening the show on a personal note, he didn't comment on the recent sexual abuse allegations against him.

Cosby, 77, began the show at the Atlantis Resort with stories of his life growing up in the housing projects in Philadelphia, followed by an evening of laughter and applause.

He never commented or alluded to the allegations by several women that he drugged and raped or sexually abused them, some of their stories dating back as far as five decades ago.

The audience not only enjoyed Cosby's set, but some defended him.

"It's sad that somebody so famous can be brought down, you know, by this," a member of the audience told ABC.

The women's group that organized the event, The Links Inc., addressed having Cosby perform amid all the accusations.

"Recent accusations against Bill Cosby are alarming and unsettling," the group told ABC News. "Being that no formal charges have been filed against Mr. Cosby, we therefore don't deem it appropriate to further comment on the accusations."

This performance ended a week in which several women have stepped forward with the abuse allegations.

Cosby's attorneys told ABC News overnight that two women who came forward with allegations Thursday are simply accusers "coming out of the woodwork with fabricated or unsubstantiated stories."

Cosby, who has never been criminally charged in connection with the allegations and has repeatedly denied them in the past, was first publicly accused of assault 10 years ago, in 2004. The allegations have gained attention in recent weeks as a number of women have come forward.

John P. Schmitt, one of Cosby's lawyer, posted a notice this past Sunday to the comedian's website, saying Cosby would not be addressing "decade-old, discredited allegations.”

"The fact that they are being repeated does not make them true," Schmitt said in the statement. "There will be no further statement from Mr. Cosby or any of his representatives."

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John Stamos, Britney Spears Read 'Mean Tweets' on "Kimmel"


Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube(LOS ANGELES) -- John Stamos does have a gross belly button, after all.

Stamos, Chris Pratt, Gwyneth Paltrow and other celebs appeared in a new installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday, reading put-downs and observations about themselves.

Stamos was forced to consider the look of his navel. “Guys, John Stamos has a gross belly button,” he said, reading someone’s Twitter post.

“That’s f****ed up. I don’t …,” Stamos said.

Stamos lifted his shirt. “Hmm. He’s right,” Stamos conceded.

Britney Spears laughed at the notion that she’s “stalking” someone through the radio.

“Quit forcing your suckage on me you tired hag!” the person wrote, causing Spears to grin.

Gerard Butler made an acknowledgment about his movie roles. “Does Gerrard Butler have a massive student loan or something? Is that why he does all these s*** films?” a Twitter user wrote.

No, Butler doesn’t have student loans, “I just do all these s*** films,” he said.

Even Bob Newhart was involved. “How old is bob Newhart now, about 120?” Newhart read. For the record, he’s only 85.

Lisa Kudrow found humor in the criticism. “I hope you all have a great weekend! Except you, Lisa Kudrow. F*** you,” Kudrow read, cackling.

Things weren’t so peaceful for Adam Sandler. “If an alien landed here and demanded a famous person to eat, I’d drive straight to Adam Sandler’s house with a net,” a person wrote, causing Sandler to approach the camera, Happy Gilmore-style, returning the viral vitriol with a mock threat of his own.

This is the eighth “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” segment.

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Ben Affleck and Matt Damon to Spend Thanksgiving Together


Angela Weiss/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Childhood friends Ben Affleck and Matt Damon plan to spend Thanksgiving together this year.

"My mother is staying with us now and we'll all go down the street to Matt Damon's house," the Gone Girl star told Us Weekly. "We're all invited. Matt and my family are all like one big extended family for Thanksgiving. I'm looking forward to it a lot."

"This year we're going to Matt's house, but usually I cook and Casey and his family come over," Jennifer Garner added, referencing her husband's younger brother, Casey Affleck. "This year Casey is going to be in Boston and we'll be home."

Affleck and Garner, who have been married for nine years and have three children, live in Los Angeles.

Garner said she won't go empty-handed to Damon's house. "I'll still cook some stuff. Ben and the kids want me to take my grandmother's sweet potato pudding so I'll make that," she said.

Affleck also said he's bringing something over. "I know I'm not cooking!" he said. "I'll bring some wine for sure -- wine will be flowing -- but I'll be focused on the turkey. I know I'll be eating a lot of turkey at Matt's house."

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Bill Cosby Removed as Advisor at NC University


Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images(HIGH POINT, N.C.) — High Point University in High Point, North Carolina, has removed Bill Cosby’s name from its board of advisor, in the wake of sex abuse claims made by multiple accusers against the comedian.

A statement released by the university obtained by the High Point Enterprise reads, “In the best interest of all parties, we are removing his name from our board of advisors until all information on this matter is available."

Cosby, who spoke at the school’s 2007 graduation ceremony, was appointed to the board over the summer.

Meanwhile, a spokesman for Cosby’s alma mater, Temple University, says he remains a trustee of the Philadelphia-based institution, according to The Temple News.

Cosby -- who has never faced criminal charges in connection with any of the allegations -- performed at a benefit for a women’s service organization in the Bahamas on Thursday. He did not reference the growing controversy swirling around him.

Cosby has more than 30 stand-up comedy performances scheduled in North America through early May. An Arizona casino has cancelled an appearance scheduled for Feb. 15, according to TucsonNewsNow.com, though an official reason was not given.

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Celebs Remember Film and Broadway Director Mike Nichols


Evan Agostini/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Mike Nichols, one of the most celebrated and successful film and stage directors in American history, died Wednesday night at age 83. And now, his Hollywood friends and colleagues are paying their respects to him via Twitter.

Kevin Spacey
: "Mike Nichols gave me my start. A mentor, friend, colleague. One of the best observers of life. My thoughts are with Diane & his children."

Julianne Moore: "So very sad to hear of Mike Nichols death. A great talent, a wonderful, bright, charming human being."

Tony Goldwyn: "RIP #MikeNichols What a gigantic loss!!! The greatest of the great."

Ben Stiller: "Mike Nichols leaves behind a staggering body of work. He's one of the best filmmakers and stage directors ever. Influenced everyone. #GENIUS"

Jeffrey Wright: "Sad to hear of Mike Nichols passing - eternal in his gifts to American culture: 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?' to 'Angels.' Dues paid."

Jeremy Piven: "The great Mike Nichols is gone, he gave us so much brilliant work it's staggering. We were so lucky to have him, his legacy will live on."

Chris Rock: "We lost one of the greats."

Taylor Schilling: "RIP #MikeNichols Legend in real time."

Audra McDonald: "I'm absolutely heartbroken. RIP Mike Nichols. I love you."

Mia Farrow: "Funniest, smartest, most generous, wisest, kindest of all. Mike Nichols, a truly good man."

Joshua Malina: "R.I.P. Mike Nichols - one of the greats."

Katie Couric: "So sad to learn of the death of Mike Nichols. My heart goes out to Diane, their families & everyone who marveled in his brilliance."

Steve Kazee: "My heart is broken but I know Mike would say I’m being too precious with it. Rest in peace Mike. And lastly, don’t put a hat on a hat."


In statements via The Hollywood Reporter:

Julia Roberts said, "There are so few heroes in our world. So few impeccable craftsmen, so few people who personify unconditional love and friendship. Mike Nichols was like no other. In every way he was remarkable and amazing. His musing[s] were like pearls, his jokes were timeless and perfectly placed, his stories -- detailed and wholly entertaining, his warm embrace was where you wanted to live forever. He savored life and friends and French macaroons. He always, always told the truth. He loved Diane utterly, immeasurably, magically. He was my most cherished friend."

Steven Spielberg wrote, "Mike was a friend, a muse, a mentor, one of America's all-time greatest film and stage directors, and one of the most generous people I have ever known. For me, The Graduate was life altering -- both as an experience at the movies as well as a master class about how to stage a scene. Mike had a brilliant cinematic eye and uncanny hearing for keeping scenes ironic and real. Actors never gave him less than their personal best -- and then Mike would get from them even more. And in a room full of people, Mike was always the center of gravity. This is a seismic loss."

Meryl Streep said Nichols was "an inspiration and joy to know, a director who cried when he laughed, a friend without whom, well, we can't imagine our world, an indelible irreplaceable man.”

Tom Hanks said: “'Forward. We must always move forward. Otherwise what will become of us?' Said Mike Nichols, who changed the lives of those who knew him, who loved him, who will miss him so."

John Goodman shared, “He made me feel as though I were a full partner or co-conspirator in finding clues to solve the puzzle; like a really slow Dr. Watson. It's hard to imagine a world without him.”

Cynthia Nixon said: "As an actor there was no greater joy, opportunity, or imprimatur than being hired by Mike Nichols. Except being hired by him again."

Edward Norton, on Thursday's Late Show, recalling his first meeting with Nichols: “He was so encouraging and engaging and generous, and they really just broke the mold on guys like Mike.”

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The Latest "Hunger Games" Movie, "Mockingjay -- Part 1," Now in Theaters


Lionsgate(NEW YORK) — The latest chapter in The Hunger Games series is now in theaters.

Jennifer Lawrence reprises her role as the rebellious Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1, the first half of the two-part conclusion to the blockbuster adaptation of the Suzanne Collins book series.

When we last saw Katniss, in 2013's Catching Fire, she helped sabotage her second stint in the cruel Hunger Games. She was then whisked away to District 13.

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In Mockingjay -- Part 1, Katniss discovers that her Hunger Games partner, Peeta, is being held captive by the Capitol and has been brainwashed. She plots to save him.

Julianne Moore joins the franchise as District 13's President Alma Coin. The cast also includes Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sam Claflin, Jena Malone, Stanley Tucci and Donald Sutherland.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1
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Movie Review: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1” (Rated PG-13)


Lionsgate(NEW YORK) — Following the “electric” and explosive ending of the Quarter Quell in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen wakes up in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1 not exactly sure what happened or where she is. She soon finds out: she’s in District 13, a subterranean, utilitarian city led by President Alma Coin (Julianne Moore). Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman) has convinced Coin that Katniss needs to be the face of the revolution against the Capitol.
 
For her part, an unconvinced Katniss is furious they rescued her and left Peta (Josh Hutcherson), along with a few other tributes, behind to die. But when they take her to District 8 to see the brutality of the Capitol, she decides to help.  She becomes the Mockingjay, the symbol Katniss made famous with her rebellious attitude during The Hunger Games.
 
Katniss is also reunited with Gale (Liam Hemsworth), now a soldier in the rebellion. They still have feelings for each other, but though they grew up together and shared some tough experiences, they didn’t go through two Hunger Games together. That very unique bonding experience happened with Katniss and Peta, and now Peta’s dead – or is he?  Katniss is stunned when Peta appears on Capitol TV with Stanley Tucci’s Caesar Flickerman and tries to convince Katniss and the rebels that theirs is a lost cause
 
Confession: When it came to the book, I couldn’t get past page 50 of Mockingjay. I tried, twice, but I got sick of Katniss. Got sick of Panem, sick of Peta and sick of Gale.  It felt to me like author Suzanne Collins was trying too hard to milk the series.
 
On the flip side, I could probably watch The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1 many times. Director Frances Lawrence, along with some help from Collins, does an outstanding job turning the books into thrilling, bold and somewhat realistic fare. A considerable amount of credit also must go to casting director Debra Zane. At this point, it’s obvious Jennifer Lawrence was born to play Katniss Everdeen but adding the late, great Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch and Julianne Moore as President Coin was genius. And let’s not forget the incomparable Donald Sutherland as the maniacal President Snow, and the comic relief provided by Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy.
 
This is the darkest and edgiest of the three Hunger Games movies, and the most satisfying – even though the cliffhanger non-ending doesn’t resolve anything.  That’ll have to wait for Mockingjay -- Part 2.
 
Four out of five stars.

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Sean Hayes Is Married to Scott Icenogle


Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Sean Hayes is a married man!

The former Will and Grace actor announced on Facebook that he married his longtime love, Scott Icenogle, last week.

"Took us 8 years but we did it!" he wrote.

Hayes, 44, first came out as gay in 2010, in an interview with The Advocate. At the very end of the article, he mentioned, "a special someone in my life."

"That’s it. That’s all I need," he said of Icenogle. "I don’t need events. I don’t do a lot. I live my life like an 85-year-old man. I’m just quiet. It’s fantastic."

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Danica McKellar Marries Lawyer Scott Sveslosky


Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Actress Danica McKellar wed lawyer Scott Sveslosky during a beachfront ceremony in Kauai, Hawaii, on Saturday, according to People Magazine. The two got engaged in July.

In September, the former Dancing With the Stars and Wonder Years star shared with ABC News details of her upcoming nuptials.

"Wedding planning has been underway for a while," she said, adding that "perhaps" this year she'll be sharing pictures from it on social media. "It will be a really small wedding, because we've both been married before, we've both had big weddings and this time around it's really just about us."

This is the second marriage for McKellar, who split from her husband of two years, Michael Verta, in 2012.

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Steve Carell Admits 'It’s Just Easy for Me to Not Work'


Kevin Winter/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Steve Carell may be loved by his fans, who adore him in films like Anchorman and Crazy, Stupid, Love, but surprisingly the actor doesn't think he's all that funny.

“I never thought of myself as funny. I don’t feel like I’m great at cocktail conversations. I don’t hold court," Carell told GQ for the magazine's Men of the Year issue. "I don't take up a lot of space. I'm not the life of the party. I'm not the guy telling jokes. And I never was."

Carell, 52, also touched on the fact that he spent much of the year with his family, not working.

“I’ve found I’m very good at doing nothing,” he told the magazine. “I don’t want to quit. I don’t feel like retiring. But it’s just easy for me to not work. It’s nice to be able to help out at home, with my wife and kids.”

Foxcatcher, which also stars Channing Tatum, hit theaters last weekend and has been earning Carell some Oscar buzz playing John du Pont in a darker role than fans are used to seeing from the Office funnyman.

"I think with anyone who seems to be content and well-adjusted, which I think I am, there’s a need to find a darkness or a wound," Carell said. "Judd Apatow -- I'm gonna misquote him -- but he spoke to that in regards to me: that he could never seem to find my wound."

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Olivia Wilde On Love, the Benefits of Aging, and Her Post-Baby Body


Monica Schipper/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) -- Olivia Wilde has a lot of love in her life.

The House and The Longest Week star, 30, has been engaged to actor Jason Sudeikis since last January and the couple just welcomed their son Otis this past April.

"Love is what has unlocked the happiest parts of my life," Wilde told ABC News. "Not only falling in love with my fiance, but then having a child and falling in love on a completely different level. I just have found my sources of inspiration in life and it all comes from witnessing love."

Love was the theme of Tuesday night's launch of Revlon “LOVE IS ON” campaign in New York City, where Wilde is a celebrity ambassador.

"I really like the message that Revlon is sending with 'LOVE IS ON,'" Wilde said. "It's encouraging people to find love in their lives and be inspired by love."

Wilde added that her inspirations come from seeing love in Haiti before and after a major earthquake and how that got the people there through, and seeing marriage equality rise to the surface in 2014.

Representing Revlon, Wilde understands as an actress, she's under the microscope more than most, even as a natural beauty.

"I really think people have become more realistic about what beauty is and how varied it is," she said. "For me personally, I've become less concerned with all of that, that's a wonderful part about aging, your priorities sort of fall into line. I enjoy getting dressed up. I love putting on makeup and going out, but the pressure to feel pretty all the time, I do not feel."

Wilde, who had a baby just 7 months ago, touched on the pressures a celebrity has to bounce back and look amazing again right after giving birth.

"There are bizarre and unrealistic expectations placed on new mothers about what they should do with a body that's just produced a human being," she said. "But I try not to let that get to me. For me, it's just about feeling good. That's just what kind of has gotten me through. Do I feel good? Yes. Do I feel like I need to work on myself a little bit? Yeah. That's all a part of self love."

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Alexandria's Garden District Neighborhood Foundation is hosting a Holiday Tour of Homes to include four homes in the Garden District. 2014 Marye Street was the home of General and Mrs. Omar Bradley when they resided in Alexandria during the Louisiana Maneuvers. 2022 Albert Street was modeled after actress Cathleen Moore's Beverly Hills home and it is said that Long was an occasional overnight guest in this house. 1703 Polk Street is built entirely of glass bottles circa 1945. More than 3,000 bottles were used to construct the house, which was originally used as a gift shop. The house at 1924 Barrister Street has been in the same family since it was built 100 years ago. What began as a one-story planter cottage, is now a grand colonial home.

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