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The Twilight Saga Returns, Tracy Morgan May Never Perform Again + More of Today’s First Dibs

The Twilight Saga Returns, Tracy Morgan May Never Perform Again + More of Today’s First Dibs

Twilight will be revived on Facebook (yay!), Tracy Morgan‘s doctors weigh in on his recovery, Viagra introduces its first ad for women, and more of today’s First Dibs.

  • Lionsgate and Stephenie Meyer are teaming up to revive the Twilight Saga through short films on Facebook. [NY Times]
  • Tracy Morgan’s doctors are unsure if the comedian will ever be able to perform again. [Complex]
  • Viagra releases its first ad targeting women. Watch it here. [NY Daily News]
  • Justin Bieber hung out with current and former flames Kendall Jenner, Miranda Kerr,and Selena Gomez. [Gossip Cop]
  • The Bachelorette‘s Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum welcomed their first baby boy. [US Weekly]
  • Teresa Palmer joins Benjamin Walker as the female lead in the Nicholas Sparks movie adaptation of The Choice. [Belfast Telegraph]
  • Ryan Seacrest took on Lil Jon‘s “Turn Down For What.” Kind of.
  • Jessica Lange will cover Lana Del Rey in American Horror Story: Freak Show. [MTV]
  • Sophia Bush calls out her online stalker on social media. [Glamour]
  • The latest Horrible Bosses 2 trailer may be the best one yet. [THR]
  • Yvette Nicole Brown will not be returning to Community. [IGN]
  • Jessica Chastain opens up in Harper’s Bazaar, saying she hates being the center of attention. [E!]
  • Christian Bale suits up in the new Exodus: Gods and Kings trailer. [YouTube]
  • Alyssa Milano is leaving ABC’s Mistresses. [Twitter]
  • 19 Kids and Counting‘s Jesse Duggar compares abortion to the Holocaust. [Huffington Post]
  • The Angry Birds movie is happening and reveals the cast, including Jason Sudeikis and Josh Gad. [Empire]
  • Allison Robichelli shares her favorite fall recipes on Big Morning Buzz Live.

[Photo Credit: Lionsgate]

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Jamie Foxx May Play Mike Tyson, Leonardo DiCaprio Applauds Orlando Bloom + More in Today’s Last…

Jamie Foxx May Play Mike Tyson, Leonardo DiCaprio Applauds Orlando Bloom + More in Today’s Last...

Jamie Foxx could be playing (yet another) pop culture icon, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt kick it old school to keep their romance alive, and everything you should know about today’s pop culture news.

  • Mike Tyson and Jamie Foxx are “in discussion” about a future biopic on the heavyweight champ. [The Guardian]
  • Robert Pattinson encourages you not to annoy anyone on set, because they might pee in your bathtub. [Cosmopolitan]
  • Leonardo DiCaprio applauded Orlando Bloom for throwing a punch at Justin Bieber. [Naughty But Nice Rob]
  • Fox News host Bob Beckel called Andi Dorfman a “slut.” [ET]
  • Nickelodeon released the trailer for its live action movie The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. [EW]
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are never too busy for love. [Perez Hilton]
  • Teen Mom‘s Farrah Abraham posted a photo of her grandfather’s open casket on Facebook. [Starcasm]
  • Does Anna Kendrick have a hot dog named after her? [Village Voice]

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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Barbara Walters’ Last Day on The View: May 16

Barbara Walters’ Last Day on The View: May 16

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Barbara Walters’ Last Day on The View: May 16BARBARA Walters is making her retirement plans known!

The TV titan has set the date to make her final appearance on The View.

Walters — who plans to retire later this Spring — has said May 16 is the “drop dead” date for her AM sign-off.

Walters will be the subject of a two hour news special produced by ABC that will chronicle her life in front of the camera. It will air that same night, from 9-11 p.m. ET.

“This was the right time,” Walters, 84, told AARP Magazine.

“The kinds of interviews I did all these years, nobody wants them anymore. You have three minutes of a morning show. That’s different from before.”

Joining the network in 1976 as the first female news anchor was not easy.

“When I became the first woman co-anchor of a network news program, I was vilified. That did hurt me,” she tells AARP.

“I thought my career was over. No one wanted a woman, and they certainly didn’t seem to want me, and I had a co-host [Harry Reasoner] who really didn’t want me. What saved me was that Roone Arledge, who was president of ABC News, felt I had value.”

Walters will continue to executive produce The View and will contribute to ABC News “as news warrants,” the network said.

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Barbara Walters’ Last Day on The View: May 16
Source: Barbara Walters’ Last Day on The View: May 16


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