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‘Fury’ inspires Shia LaBeouf to make peace with Alec Baldwin

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LABEOUF. Has been reconnecting with people he had problems with. Ruben Nepales

“Me and Alec Baldwin just got good,” disclosed Shia LaBeouf to us recently, apparently inspired by the brotherly love, friendship and camaraderie he experienced while cooped up in a tank with Brad Pitt and three other actors on the “Fury” set. Shia and Alec had a widely reported spat during rehearsals for their 2013 Broadway play, “Orphans.” Amid a public exchange of insults between Shia and Alec, the former was replaced by Ben Foster.

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Freeing the mind

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One time, a teenage girl told her aunt that she wanted to go to the mall. The aunt said no, because she was busy with a lot of chores.

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Why Derek Ramsay has to keep going, and how he does it

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He’s always carrying, or wearing, a rosary; he even has a symbol of it tattooed behind his ear.

Derek Ramsay appeared listless at the beginning of this interview. Turned out, the matinee idol had barely slept after a taping that ended in the wee hours earlier that day.

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Michael Keaton soars as ‘Birdman,’ recalls being almost naked in Times Square

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THE ACTOR (left) on reading the “Birdman” script: “You never stop to think, I’m actually going to have to take my clothes off and run through (Times Square).” photo: Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures.

While Michael Keaton soars in his portrayal of Riggan Thomson, a Hollywood has-been haunted by his iconic superhero character in the terrific “Birdman,” he had one scene that was very down-to-earth.

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Why some TV shows have ‘legs’

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Most TV programs are created to last for only one or two “seasons,” before their less than thrilling ratings require that they be replaced with new shows that will delight viewers with special fun and fervor.

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