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    Jennifer Lopez's twins couldn't be cuter. 


    Max and Emme, 7, blew kisses at the camera for their mama when she snapped a photo in the car this week. The 46-year-old superstar, who celebrated her birthday last weekend, shared the pic on Instagram Thursday with the caption "besitos," or "kisses." 


    Adorable. 



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    If you're the type of person who enjoys watching ridiculous, mind-blowing, totally bonkers stunts in big budget action movies, then you're in luck this weekend.


    That type of person will probably thoroughly enjoy "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation," the fifth film in the "M:I" franchise. The movie follows Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt as he attempts to uncover the Syndicate, a rogue organization behind a series of terrorist attacks, while Alec Baldwin's C.I.A. director attempts to shut down the IMF. There are, of course, weak points and problems with the movie. For instance, writer-director Christopher McQuarrie could've at least come up with an actual name for "the Syndicate," and "Rogue Nation" is far from an innovative or genre-defying action flick (leave that to "Mad Max: Fury Road"). But packed between the cliche dialogue and dated tropes are an extra large, adrenaline-pumped dose of action sequences and Cruise, alongside his female co-star Rebecca Ferguson, kicking ass. Overall, "Rogue Nation" is a damn good time.


    Yet you may be asking yourself, how in the world could the new movie top the amazing Burj Khalifa scene from "Ghost Protocol"? What about the Shanghai skyscraper jump in "M:I III" or Cruise's hands-free rock climbing in the second film? "Rogue Nation" comes close, and at some points gets even crazier. These are the best moments from the new film (spoiler alert, of course, but these are all in the trailers anyway):


    Cruise defies gravity, on a plane!


    As everyone knows from the trailer and poster, Tom Cruise holds on to the exterior of a plane with his bare hands while it's taking off. What more do you/could you want?



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    Cruise defies gravity, on a bike!


    Cruise hops on a motorcycle for a high-speed chase that involves copious amounts of leaning and cornering -- his knee is literally inches from the pavement for an extended amount of time that seems, well, impossible.



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    Rebecca Ferguson. Period.


    Hands down, Rebecca Ferguson is the best part of "Rogue Nation." The Swedish actress, who you may recognize from last year's "Hercules" and Starz's "The White Queen," plays British Intelligence spy Ilsa Faust, the hardest female badass since Charlize Theron in "Fury Road." Yes, she is reduced to the hot-woman-in-the-revealing-dress at times and overly sexualized as she emerges from a pool, but Ilsa does get some pretty awesome action scenes of her own. Exhibit A:



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    Exhibit B:



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    And she's also sensible enough to take her heels off when the time calls for it, unlike some action movie characters:




    There's (literally) breathtaking diving.


    In one sequence, Cruise's Hunt has to hold his breath for at least three minutes under water. This is only after he dives into a giant funnel that looks like the scary ride at the waterpark you were too afraid weren't tall enough to ride as a kid.



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    Cruise kills two birds with one stone car.


    In a car chase and need to get rid of the multiple guys tailing you? Just pull a 360 in a narrow alley.



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    Simon Pegg is hilarious, as always.


    The guaranteed comic relief, Pegg's Benji is a pleasure yet again as he seamlessly hacks his way into more impossible systems. This time, though, he's more directly involved in the action than ever before.



    Cruise fights in cuffs.


    At one point, Cruise's Hunt is captured and chained to a pole with his hands cuffed above his head. But hey, this is Ethan Hunt, and no pole stands in his way. (Don't try this move at home.)



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    "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" is now playing.


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    As part of my preparation for Netflix's day at the 2015 Television Critics Association summer press tour, I watched the first episode of the streaming service's new true-crime saga Narcos, which launches August 28. I pretty much hated it.

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    More has changed in the past few years for women who allege rape than in all the decades since the women’s movement began.

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    SEATTLE (AP) — Kurt Cobain's widow and daughter are urging a Seattle judge not to release death-scene photos and records that a lawsuit claims will prove the Nirvana frontman was murdered more than 20 years ago. 


    Superior Court Judge Theresa Doyle is set to hear arguments Friday over whether to proceed with a trial after Richard Lee, who runs a Seattle public access TV show, sued the city and the Seattle Police Department for the material he says will show Cobain didn't die of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 1994, The Seattle Times reported. 


    The city is arguing that the material should stay sealed for the sake of the family's privacy. Cobain's widow, rocker and actress Courtney Love, and their daughter have written to the court about the physical and psychological impact that the release of the graphic photos would have on their lives. 


    "I have had to cope with many personal issues because of my father's death. Coping with even the possibility that those photographs could be made public is very difficult," Frances Bean Cobain wrote. "Further sensationalizing it through the release of these pictures would cause us indescribable pain." 


    She wrote that she already faces harassment from fans "obsessed" with her father and fears that could get worse. 


    One fan broke into her California home and waited three days for her to return from vacation because he "believed my father's soul had entered my body," Frances Bean Cobain wrote in her declaration. 


    According to their statements, neither woman has seen the photos of Cobain's body. 


    In 1995, Love got court permission to keep Cobain's suicide note, and another note used for handwriting analysis, out of the public eye. 


    Seattle police did release two previously unseen images from suicide scene last year. One showed a box containing drug paraphernalia, a spoon and what look like needles on the floor next to half a cigarette and sunglasses. The other showed the paraphernalia box closed, next to cash, a cigarette pack and a wallet that appeared to show Cobain's identification. 


     


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    Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770, a renowned social club for students, bestowed its "Man of the Year" award to comedian Bill Cosby in 1969. According to a Los Angeles Times/UPI Wire published on March 5, 1969, recently uncovered by The Huffington Post, the comedian "proposed changing the name of the annual honor" to "the nice guy as far as we know" award.


    In light of the 46 women who have come forward since then to accuse Cosby of sexual assault, the joke -- which probably came across as humble at the time -- takes on an entirely different resonance.


    A recent cover story by New York Magazine profiled 35 of the 46 women who've spoken out about Cosby, and noted that five of the women have said that he assaulted them in 1969, the same year as the Hasty Pudding speech.


    The possible existence of the joke surfaced on Reddit Thursday via a link to an old story on a site called Mr. PopCulture, which collects pop culture anecdotes dating back to the 1950s. The Mr. PopCulture article did not cite an original source, so HuffPost worked with the site's owner to narrow the search and uncovered the damning quote in the LA Times' archive.


    After making the joke, the Times reported, Cosby said the award should at least have a less serious name and then said, "If you're talking about humanitarians, there are some people who should be in front of me."


    Earlier this month, an old episode of "The Cosby Show" received attention for its plot, which involved Cosby making a special, secret sauce that makes people want to have sex. 


    The Huffington Post has reached out to the LA Times and Hasty Pudding Institute for more information, but has yet to hear back. 


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    Bill Nye taught us a lot about chemical reactions over the years, but none of that comes close to the Science Guy's reactions to mean tweets


    Nye recently read some unflattering tweets in support of a Kickstarter campaign for a documentary about him, which, to be honest, we kind of hope just turns out to be two more hours of tweets.


    Mean tweets are a staple on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" but what happens when Nye's science and reason meet the incoherent ramblings of the Internet? You get gold, people. Pure gold. 


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    Although the show ended in 2013, "Fringe" has achieved a revived popularity from online streaming over the last couple of years.


    Regardless of whether you've been a fan since Olivia's first visit to Dr. Walter Bishop aired on Fox back in 2008, or if you're just picking up with the show now, here are five facts that are no longer unexplained phenomena and will help you appreciate "Fringe" even more.


    The Huffington Post spoke with John Noble -- who played Walter -- over the phone about what he appreciated most from his time exploring the edges of science.


     


    1. "Twin Peaks" and "Fringe" might be in the same universe.



    Walter makes a comment in Season 3 about having an old friend named Dr. Jacoby who used to wear 3D glasses. Although there's probably quite a bit of crossover between "Twin Peaks" and "Fringe" fans, for those unaware, Dr. Jacoby was a 3D glasses wearing character on the '90s mystery show, and approached science in a similar way to Walter.

     

    HuffPost asked Noble whether he felt that the two series were in the same universe, which caused him to crack up laughing and claim, "No, no no, it was like an in joke."

     

    However he then continued by saying he wasn't fully sure if the connection was "total lore," especially because the inclusion of oddball things like the Jacoby reference fit the tone of the show regardless. In any case, Noble loved when the writers would throw in something like that.

     

    He'd also be excited if the new revival of "Twin Peaks" threw a shoutout to Dr. Bishop.

     


    2. Noble was originally told he was too young for the role of Dr. Bishop, but after the creators saw his tape, they didn't even make him audition.



    Noble's daughter first noticed that the role of Walter was available while she was perusing open auditions herself. Convinced that her father would be perfect for the part, she went about trying to convince him to audition. After hearing word from his daughter, Noble had his manager inquire, which initially just resulted in the show saying that he was actually too young for the role.


    Being already passionate about fringe science, Noble badly wanted the part and therefore was excited when, about a month later, his manager said the creators would actually consider looking at an audition tape if he made one.


    Noble was at home in Australia at the time when he ended up filming the scene where Walter first meets Olivia in the mental hospital's cafeteria, with his daughter playing Olivia. According to him, Noble immediately felt as if it was going to work out.


    "I was so pleased with it," Noble recalled fondly, mentioning that he rushed home to show it to his wife.


    After the tape was submitted, he learned that they were going to offer him the gig just from that, without even making him audition back in the States. 


     


    3. Initially, Noble worried that the Twin Towers existing in the alternate universe would offend people, but felt the show's presentation was "brilliant" in the end.



    The alternate universe in "Fringe" was made to closely, but not exactly, mimic the main universe -- with the Twin Towers still standing after 9/11 and President Kennedy not being assassinated. There's also one theory that Humphrey Bogart doesn't exist because Ronald Reagan and Cary Grant are named as the actors in his roles. 


    Noble was particularly fond of these quirks, but remembered being initially worried when he heard that they were going to make the Twin Towers reference.


    "I thought it may upset people a lot," Noble said, who felt as if the inclusion was "dangerous."


    When he saw how the show actually approached it though, he was proud with how it was handled. "Everything was done with the utmost of respect," Noble told HuffPost. "At no stage did we go out to sensationalize anything. I felt it was particularly courageous to do that. Because there was a certain elegance and beauty."


     


    4. Since he felt it didn't affect his character, Noble didn't concern himself with the various "Easter eggs" that were hidden for fans.



    "Fringe" was known to hide quite a few "Easter eggs" throughout the series and also notably tried to create mysteries for fans to solve, such as using various white-and-blue symbols to open and close scenes.


    Although some of "Fringe" fandom was based off these sorts of side things, since they didn't concern the main plot, Noble didn't focus on them all too much. "There were always Easter eggs all over the place, but I never saw them," explained Noble, who then said why they were nothing more than a peripheral interest to him, "Look, it's funny, they had nothing to do with my character."


    The actor certainly liked their inclusion, but they didn't help him play Walter, so it wasn't his concentration while filming.


     


    5. Leonard Nimoy continued to act on the show even after he officially retired. One of his last acting scenes before he died was with Noble.



    Although it's unclear if this was Nimoy's very last acting role due to his 2013 cameo in "Star Trek Into Darkness," his role as Dr. William Bell on "Fringe" certainly featured some of the last scenes the legendary actor tackled. 


    Despite officially retiring in 2010, Nimoy continued coming back to the show when he had availability. As Noble explained, "He was a sick man at that stage." But the actor apparently respected the show so much that he wanted to keep up with the role.


    "The man was a living legend, totally, a true living legend," said Noble, who later continued, "Apart from feeling incredibly honored, really honored -- privileged -- to be sharing a soundstage with him, it was more than that, I also found him to be a superb actor to work with."


    The two remained close and as Noble said, "I was deeply saddened by his death, I have to tell you."


     


    Bonus: Noble fondly remembered his times on set with Nimoy, where they'd just sit and talk for hours "about a wide range of topics, nothing to do with science fiction necessarily at all."



    As Noble told HuffPost, "We would be inclined to sit outside the soundstage on a couple chairs that were set up for us, and we'd talk about a wide range of topics, nothing to do with science fiction necessarily at all -- or nothing to do with 'Fringe.'" Noble continued, "We'd talk as two men do with common ground and have so much to talk about, and we'd spend as much time as possible just sitting there doing that."


    He recalled the conversations and moments with Nimoy as "special for me," particularly when the ailing actor "very gently" gave him "a lecture about smoking."


    "It did take a great toll on him so he would beg me, 'Please, please,'" to stop smoking. Noble remembers with affection that this new friend of his was so concerned.


    "You know how you sit down with someone and the conversation flows so easily, you're not struggling at all," Noble recalled. "And it doesn't happen with all people, but sometimes it does, and that's what it was between him. I think there was mutual respect, which helps things along a bit," said Noble.


    "I still have to pinch myself sometimes that I worked with Leonard Nimoy." 


     


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    We never thought there was more to life than being really, really good-looking -- until now.


    The teaser trailer for the highly anticipated "Zoolander 2" apparently leaked online Friday. It was quickly pulled, but that was still long enough for it to be repeatedly ripped, so fans can still watch it. And don't you know it's loco?


    The teaser will have you pondering some of the universe's most difficult questions before Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) makes an appearance and asks the greatest question of all.


    If you think this all seems too cool for school, we have a newsflash for you, Walter Cronkite: it is.


    "Zoolander 2" hits theaters February 2016.


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    Scott Disick seems to have finally learned a lesson many of us have been taught as kids: The grass isn't greener on the other side.


    The reality star posted a lonely looking Instagram from his friend's wedding on Friday that makes it seem like he's regretting his breakup with Kourtney Kardashian. The caption reads, "When u realize the grass isn't always greener."



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    The couple dated for around nine years and had three kids together, but the relationship was constantly followed by rumors of Disick's infidelities. Speaking about the breakup with Us Weekly, Disick said he's "just taking it one day at a time." 


    Kardashian, on the other hand, seems to be enjoying life if this recent smiling Instagram with her sister is any indication:



    Hmm... the plants in the background look pretty green there. 


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    North West has officially entered the world of athletics. 


    On Friday, Kim Kardashian took to Instagram to share three very cute snaps of the toddler playing soccer.







    Imagine Kim and Kanye, like, clapping and yelling, "Hustle!" Or handing out orange slices. Or sitting in collapsible canvas chairs. Or taking the team to pizza. Or uttering, "Don't forget your mouthguard."


    This could go on forever. 


    North also recently posed in some adorable photo booth pics with her parents at Kylie and Kendall Jenner's graduation party. 



     Very stylish soccer mom and dad alert.  


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    Ten with Tom
    10 questions in 10 minutes








    Countess Luann de Lesseps is one of the Real Housewives of New York City, a favorite and an integral part of the Bravo TV show. Every season there seems to be a break-out star, and this season I think it's the Countess. I had a chance to ask the Countess my "10 With Tom" questions. Here they are.



    If you weren't part of the Real Housewives of NYC, which other franchise would you like to be a part of?  

    Beverly Hills because I love L.A. and California.



    You are spending the summer in the Big Brother house. Who would you take to the end with you as the final two? Ramona, Sonja or Bethenny?  

    Bethenny, because she is so clever and Sonja because she is so much fun.



    Celebrity Crush?  

    Hugh Grant



    Who would you like to see come back to Real Housewives of NYC? Someone that was a cast member in the past?

    Kelly Bensimon



    Quinoa or steak? 

    I like to be healthy but I love steak.



    Which comic strip would you like to crawl into and spend the day?  

    Garfield, because I like whiskers.



    Do you drink Skinny Girl when not being filmed? 

    Yes I do. Skinny Girl Cucumber Infused Vodka is my fave.



    Best neighborhood in NYC?  

    Upper West Side, the parks are gorgeous



    Have you read Ramona's memoir yet? Will you? 

    I'm living life on the Ramonacoaster, but yes, I will get to read her book.



    Money can't buy you class and what else?   

    Real friends.



    Thank you Countess.



    Besides working on Bravo tv's "Real Housewives of New York," which can be seen through August, Luann's Countess Collection line of apparel is featured on Evine.com she she will appear on Evine Live with her newest collection on August 25. Her song "Girl Code" can be found on iTunes and Spotify. In the fall Countess Luann will launch a line of jewelry as well as infused vodkas. For all Luann info, visit luanndelesseps.com and follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @countessluann.




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    Jessica Simpson's very cute children are having a very cute summer.


    The star took to Instagram on Thursday to share a snap of daughter Maxwell and son Ace hanging at the beach, with a special appearance by a refreshing-looking ocean.



    Like ... is this a vintage postcard?


    Simpson Insta followers will know her children are not the only ones in the fam who appreciate a salty breeze.



    Summer forever, please.


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    When Candace Cameron Bure appeared alongside former Full House flame Scott Weinger on the finale of ABC’s overlooked sitcom The Neighbors (for which Weinger was a writer), it may have been prophetic.

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    A new actor is coming.


    Emmy nominated actor and "Deadwood" star Ian McShane is now joining Season 6 of "Game of Thrones," according to Entertainment Weekly. Few details on McShane's role have been revealed, but we do know he's going to be playing an important role, despite having a small amount of screen time.  


    Season 5 of "GoT" almost completely caught up to George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels, making Season 6 largely focus on unknown material. Though McShane could realistically be playing a character who hasn't even been introduced to the story yet, two existing characters stand out as definite possibilities based on casting calls. Redditor Scaramuccia pretty much nails it with this guess about the "mystery" role:



    Randyll Tarly, aka Sam Tarly's dad, was actually mentioned by name in Season 5, and a casting call reported by Watchers on the Wall for a "Father" who's "one of the greatest soldiers in Westeros" makes it seem like Papa Tarly is coming next season. The casting call describes the role as being “a very good part” that's “centrally involved” in a protagonist’s storyline, which also fits with the description of McShane's role.


    Another possibility is Euron Greyjoy. The Greyjoys' book storyline has largely been ignored up to this point in the show, but a casting call for a "Pirate" who "has terrorized seas all around the world" seems to indicate that's about to change. Redditors appear to favor this possibility for a variety of reasons -- from facial hair to how a life at sea might make someone appear older. McShane, at 72, is significantly older than the reported ages in the casting calls for Greyjoy (40s to late 50s) and Tarly (50s to 60s). 


    Emilia Clarke has already said "GoT" Season 6 will have shocking moment after shocking moment, so just be ready for anything.




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    Kelly Clarkson has added another dream cover to her repertoire. 


    At her concert Thursday night, she took on Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball," fulfilling a deep-seated wish that we weren't even fully conscious we had.




    WE JUST WANT YOU TO LET US IN, KELLY. (And, actually, also Miley. )


    Previous A+ Clarkson covers from this summer include *NSYNC's "Bye Bye Bye" and Taylor Swift's "Blank Space." Yes, we cried tears of joy while writing that sentence.


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    The funeral for Bobbi Kristina has come to an end and Whitney Houston was the one to give her daughter a final goodbye. 

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    It may already be almost August, but there is still plenty of time to find a Summer fling. And since celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Pine, Drake, and Jamie Foxxcurrently have no real-life leading ladies, Hollywood might be the perfect place to look.

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    "Gambit" is still in the cards for Channing Tatum. 


    Despite reports that the actor may drop out of Fox's upcoming "X-Men" spinoff, The Hollywood Reporter says Tatum has closed a deal for the role. News that Tatum may not play the card-wielding mutant broke after contract negotiations reportedly hit a snag. Tatum's level of involvement in the "X-Men" franchise was one of the major points being discussed. But it looks like the impasse wasn't as bad as previously thought since everything has finally been worked out. Back-and-forth with top stars is "normal" for negotiations, THR reports.


    Before the controversy, Tatum was actively promoting his role in the film, showing up at Comic-Con and even sending out amazing pictures like these:




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    And it's clear "X-Men" creator Stan Lee likes having him around:





    Now that he's definitely on board, we can probably expect more awesomeness to come.


    "Gambit" is set to hit theaters in 2016.


    H/T THR


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    The cast of the upcoming "Ghostbusters" film surprised patients at a Boston hospital on Saturday, and they didn't even need to call!  


    Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones visited Tufts Medical Center decked out in their ghost-fighting gear to snap a few photos with some of the patients. In the process, they gave us yet another reason to love them. 


    The hospital shared photos from the visit on its Facebook and Twitter pages, saying, "Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center patients got a huge surprise today when Ghostbusters stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones came to visit! Thank you for taking the time out of filming today to put a big smile on our patients faces! ‪#‎WhoYouGonnaCall‬ ‪#‎Ghostbusters‬."





    But the lady "Ghostbusters" aren't the only stars who've recently cheered up hospital patients while in character. Last month, Johnny Depp visited patients at a hospital in Australia decked out in his Captain Jack Sparrow duds, and Chris Evans (joined by Chris Pratt) donned his Captain America costume at a hospital in Seattle.


    "Ghostbusters" is set to hit theaters on July 22, 2016. 


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