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  • The final trailer for "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them" is here! The two-minute clip promises plenty of adventure, plenty of chaos, and, of course, plenty of magic. Oh, and remember, non-magical folks in America are called "No-Maj."
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  • Season five of "Billy on the Street" premieres on TruTV on November 15th and we've finally got our first look at what to expect. This season, Billy Eichner finds out New Yorkers don't like Donald Trump and plenty of celebrities are game to run around the city with him. Guest stars in the upcoming season include Jon Hamm, John Oliver, Seth Rogen, Keegan Michael Key, Andy Samberg, Lupita Nyong'o, Aziz Ansari and Jacob Tremblay.
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  • Twenty One Pilots are headed to New York next week. The band is set to be the musical guest on the October 8th episode of NBC's “Saturday Night Live,” with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda hosting the show.
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  • Vitalii Sediuk has, somehow, struck again. As we previously reported, the "prankster"/pervert grabbed model Gigi Hadid's butt and tried to lift her in the air after a Milan fashion show. Hadid responded with a swift elbow to the face. He apparently didn't learn his lesson and went after Kim Kardashian next. 

    Sediuk ran up to Kim K in Paris and tried to plant a kiss on her behind. From the footage, which you can see to the right, it's hard to tell whether or not the kiss landed before Kim's security team took him down. We've gotten no word on whether or not Sediuk was arrested, but Kimmy knows one thing, her security guard "is a G." 

    Source: TMZ

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  • The executive producer of the most watched TV show in the world is dead at age 50. Gary Glasberg, who also ran “NCIS: New Orleans,” died suddenly in his sleep yesterday.
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  • A new trailer for Justin Timberlake’s concert documentary was just released and after watching it there’s no doubt you’ll want to tune in to see the film.
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  • After six years, it looks like "MacGruber" lovers will finally sleep well: there's an actual script for "MacGruber 2." Will Forte and director Jorma Taccone have each been busy with their own projects, but apparently always kept the conversation going about a MacGruber sequel. They've even teased fans about their idea for an opening scene. The original 2010 film wasn't necessarily a box office smash (it only brought in $9.3-million), but it's considered a cult classic. 
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  • As we previously told you, Gwen Stefani’s animated series “Kuu Kuu Harajuku” is coming to Nickelodeon, and Gwen just previewd it with a new video that serves as introduction to the characters, Love, Angel Music, Baby and G.
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