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Oh, the horror? It's on your TV

With all the scary stuff happening in the world -- ISIS, Ebola, take your pick -- it wouldn't be surprising if audiences steered clear of horror.

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Sony

Judge: 'Blurred Lines' suit is going to trial

Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. have lost the first round of their legal fight over "Blurred Lines," their monster 2013 hit.

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Radcliffe thrilled 'Horns' brings out the devil in him

Acclaimed actor Daniel Radcliffe talks about his work on the horror mystery thriller "Horns," new in theaters and on Video on Demand.

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Public Domain

Rocky mountain low? John Denver bust stolen

A bronze sculpture of one of Colorado's most loved musicians has gone missing.

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Warner Bros. Pictures

JK Rowling delivers new 'Harry Potter' tale

No tricks here, just the treat: In honor of Halloween, J.K. Rowling is delving into the back story of one of "Harry Potter's" more twisted Hogwarts professors.

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Rainbow High Entertainment/Walt Disney Pictures

Oogie Boogie actor loves celebrating 'Nightmare Before...

Ken Page recalls bringing the singing voice to "The Nightmare Before Christmas" villain Oogie Boogie as the film plays in theaters again over Halloween weekend.

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Ina Fassbender/Reuters

Polish authorities decline to arrest Polanski

Famed film director Roman Polanski, wanted in the United States for having sex with a minor in the 1970s, was questioned this week by Polish authorities but allowed to leave after the interview.

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Ferre' Dollar/CNN

History Channel to teach college history

Many college kids spend hours watching The History Channel. Now, students at the University of Oklahoma will be able to get college credit for it.

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Jennifer Lopez: I've felt abused in the past

Not all abuse leaves physical scars, and that's a reality Jennifer Lopez is exploring in a new memoir.

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From Christopher DeHaan

UC Berkeley overturns vote to disinvite Maher

The controversy over having TV host Bill Maher speak at the University of California Berkeley has taken another turn. Well, make that two.

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