Check out this first look at Johnny Depp as "Dark Shadows" vampire Barnabas Collins in the Tim Burton film based on the popular '70s TV show.
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As the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks approaches, the stars took a moment to reflect, remember and honor the victims and heroes.
On that fateful day, Anderson Cooper recalled, "I got out of the cab and went back to my apartment and watched it on TV like everybody else."
Lady Gaga, Jordin Sparks, Pauly D, Julianne Hough and other stars have gathered to mark the 10th anniversary of September 11, asking, "What will you do to honor the memory and upcoming anniversary?"
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"Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with Matt Damon, at the NYC premiere of "Contagion" on Wednesday. A bald Damon joked, "I had so many germs in my hair I had to get rid of them," adding, "I love it. This is a great way to go through the summer. It's perfect."
The film, in which Matt describes as "an outbreak of a virus," stars A-list actors Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow and Laurence Fishburne. Damon revealed the movie's unpredictability, saying, "You're losing cast members right off the bat, so you never know who's next to go, and the virus doesn't discriminate, so it's pretty exciting."
"Contagion's" Matt Damon, 40, is the proud father of four daughters, and when asked by "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli if he would consider trying again for a boy, Damon replied he was "done," adding, "We're closing the shop. That's a wrap. Our life is full. I want to know our kids' names."
The actor commented on his pal Brad Pitt and the Brangelina brood, saying, "I honestly don't know how they do it. They seem to do it so effortlessly. I'm sure they're cloning themselves."
The media scrambled to figure out whether video of a woman in a sweater at Orlando Airport who looked like Casey Anthony was really the convicted liar. Her lawyer, Jose Baez said, "It is not her. It is 100 percent not Casey Anthony. We wouldn't bring her back to Orlando three days after she left, in broad daylight. It doesn't even look like her. This is [her former attorney, Todd] Macaluso playing games."
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Hollywood's A-listers were tangled in a web of red carpet madness for the long-awaited opening night of Broadway's spine-tingling musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."
U2 frontman Bono, who composed the music for the play with bandmate The Edge, received a standing ovation from the audience after the show. "Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with the musicians and remarked on the troubles the musical has faced, including being delayed six times due to a number of technical and directorial issues, as well as cast and crew injuries.
How do you say goodbye after 25 years?
Oprah's emotional finale has arrived, and the talk show superstar and television pioneer thanked her audience, saying, "I won't say goodbye. I'll say, until we meet again."
"The Oprah Show" has reached its final hour after 4,561 shows that have touched lives and impacted millions of people around the world. "I never missed a single day because you were here. God is life and your life is always speaking to you. This is my love letter to you," Winfrey said to her viewers on the final show, adding, "You and this show have been the great love of my life."