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James Nesbitt talks legacy of his 'Hobbit' character, movie memories

James Nesbitt is a bit of a renaissance man.

The Hobbit and The Missing star not only acts, but he also hosts, sings, and dances—though he’s not exactly a fan of his moves on the dance floor.

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PopWatch Confessional: Your best entertainment-related gift

It’s beginning to look a lot like gift-mas around EW’s headquarters—which is why we decided to devote this week’s PopWatch Confessional to the real reason for the season (read: presents). The question posed to our staffers: What’s the best pop culture-related gift you’ve ever received?

Molly Smith, editorial assistant: My friend is an artist, and one of our favorite movies is Step Brothers. She painted me a portrait of the Step Brothers cover, but replaced Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly with James Blunt and Clay Aiken, artists we poke fun at occasionally. (The painting is pictured above.) It’s certainly a conversation starter! READ FULL STORY

Christiane Amanpour, Keith Olbermann share behind-the-scenes shots from 'Colbert' finale

The Colbert Report finale was a thrill to watch, with the number of guest stars appearing in the final “We’ll Meet Again” musical number seeming to multiply by the minute. But a few of those guests are showing off just how fun it was to be part of that moment.

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A visual guide to everyone who showed up on the last 'Colbert Report' -- UPDATE

Update: Comedy Central has released a full list of Colbert finale guests; scroll to the bottom of this post to see who appeared in the background, or just for the blink of an eye.

There are star-studded finales… and then there’s the last episode of The Colbert Report, which united pretty much everyone you’ve ever heard of (and plenty of people you haven’t) in a giant, giddy singalong. Want to see just who appeared to say goodbye to Colbert? Here’s a full list, complete with photos:

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Chris Rock promises 'Top Five' is 'very Korean-friendly,' says 'The Interview' is already out

According to Chris Rock, The Interview may not be in theaters, but audiences can still watch it if they’re willing to trek up to 125th St. in New York City.

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Jimmy Fallon challenges Amy Adams to a game of Flip Cup on 'Tonight'

Amy Adams can be hilarious, charming, and a great performer—but you may want to think carefully about choosing her for a Flip Cup teammate.

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Hollywood reacts to 'The Interview' cancellation at People Magazine Awards

On Wednesday, news broke that Sony Pictures Entertainment was canceling the theatrical release of The Interview. The move came as the result of a cyber attack against the studio and violent threats against cineplexes that intended to screen the film. The following day, at Thursday’s inaugural People Magazine Awards, Entertainment Weekly asked those in attendance their opinions on the matter.

The issue is, of course, complicated. On one hand, while the film’s subject matter is controversial—it centers on an assassination attempt against North Korean leader Kim Jong-un—filmmakers have the right to free speech. On the other hand, the threats against cineplexes, and in effect movie goers planning to attend, brought up major safety concerns. Reactions on the carpet were, in a word, mixed. READ FULL STORY

People Magazine Awards: The night's best moments

Mindy Kaling and Chris Messina made sure to make their acceptance speech at Thursday’s People Magazine Awards memorable: The duo received the award for “TV Couple of the Year” and used their time onstage as an opportunity to share a steamy moment, one that surely satisfied Mindy Project fans who are missing the show after its fall finale.

The People Magazine Awards, hosted by Nick Cannon, awarded stars for their work in TV and movies. The show featured performances by hit-makers like Gwen Stefani and Maroon 5, but the real highlights included that Mindy-Messina moment, Jon Hamm’s attempts at airport humor, and Michael Keaton’s mention of who he’s planning to go home and kiss. (Hint: It’s not a person.). READ FULL STORY

'The Colbert Report' wraps up with an immortal, star-studded finale

Truly, it’s the end of a Colbera.

And what an end it was! The final episode of The Colbert Report—which began, as his shows often did, with a toss from Colbert’s old boss/buddy Jon Stewart—started off slow; the faux pundit didn’t even formally acknowledge that tonight’s half-hour would be his last until halfway through his first segment. READ FULL STORY

'People' names Kate Upton 'Sexiest Woman Alive'

Usually it’s just the men who get all the attention when People‘s “Sexiest Alive” announcement rolls around each year, but now the magazine is adding ladies to the mix: People named model Kate Upton the “Sexiest Woman Alive” at Thursday’s inaugural People Magazine Awards.

Upton’s best known for her work modeling for Sports Illustrated – she covered the magazine’s 2012 swimsuit issue — but she’s also spent some time on the big screen, most recently in this year’s The Other Woman

Eric Dane of Grey’s Anatomy and The Last Ship fame introduced Upton, who boarded the stage to give her own definition of what “sexy” means to her: “Sexy to me means somebody who’s confident and happy and that’s the person I always strive to be,” she said. “Thanks to my fans. I’m so, so sorry to my 18-year-old brother. Poor David.” READ FULL STORY

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