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Real-life clowns are mad about 'American Horror Story'

At this point, clowns are more often associated with fear than with good timesand the Clowns of America International aren’t happy about it.

“Hollywood makes money sensationalizing the norm,” Glenn Kohlberger, the association’s president, told the Hollywood Reporter“They can take any situation, no matter matter how good or pure, and turn it into a nightmare.”

The latest nightmare is American Horror Story: Freak Show’s Twisty, a clown who murders and locks up his victims in an old school bus. The character’s so scary that, according to showrunner Ryan Murphy, some people walked out of the premiere, unable to handle it. “I personally don’t have that phobia but I understand that people do,” Murphy told EW earlier this month. “To them I say, watch it in the daytime, because it only gets worse.” READ FULL STORY

Chef celebrates 'The Walking Dead's' return with human-tasting burger

To honor The Walking Dead‘s fifth season premiere, a London chef took inspiration from the show’s walkers and their appetite for human flesh. But don’t worry—his food won’t give customers the same appetite that zombies have.

FWx discovered that Jim Thomlinson, the chef for London Mess, has debuted a burger that supposedly tastes like human flesh at the London pop-up Terminus Tavern. Better yet, the site published his recipe so that readers can make their own burgers at home. READ FULL STORY

Before 'I Love Lucy': 'Life' posts rare early photos of Lucille Ball

Audiences best know Lucille Ball as the lovable screwball at the center of I Love Lucy, but few know of the comedian’s life as an aspiring actress before TV fame set in, and her subsequent role as a television studio mogul. READ FULL STORY

Emma Stone plays Box of Lies on 'Tonight Show'

Emma Stone might be a great actress, lip synch-er, and Spice Girls fan, but liar? Not so much.

Stone went on The Tonight Show Tuesday to play Box of Lies, a game that involves lying about what you find in a mystery box. Stone pulled a Frozen DVD frozen in a block of ice in her box, but told Jimmy Fallon she had playing cards that were formed into a “sculpture stack of those cards in the shape of, I guess it could only be a salamander. Or like a gecko, I guess.” Thanks to the combination of Stone’s lack of lying skills and the impossibility of a gecko sculpture made out of cards, she lost the round.

In all fairness, she warned us: “I love to lip-synch, but I am a terrible liar,” Stone said before choosing her box. “So this is a bad game for me.” READ FULL STORY

John Mulaney gives breakup advice in 'Ask a Grown Man'

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Let John Mulaney tell you how to break up with your first boyfriend. Mulaney, the comedian and star of a self-titled sitcom on Fox, is the latest grown-up to dole out romantic advice in Rookie‘s “Ask a Grown Man” series.  READ FULL STORY

Nasim Pedrad talks about her fateful Arianna Huffington impression with Seth Meyers

Who knew Nasim Pedrad’s memorable Arianna Huffington impression on Saturday Night Live was thanks to Bill Hader’s eye infection?

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Tell Dan Bucatinsky not to sell his 'I Dream of Jeannie' collectibles

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You know Dan Bucatinsky from Scandal, The Comeback, and, starting Tuesday, NBC’s hilarious new comedy Marry Me in which he plays one of Casey Wilson’s characters dads. But thanks to our EW Pop Culture Personality Test, you will also know him as a man contemplating selling his prized pop culture possessions. Watch the video and read the transcript below for that story and more.

Viewers marathoning Scandal who do not know Bucatinsky’s character’s fate, proceed with caution: He spoils it when naming the TV character he’d date in real life.

Marry Me airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.   READ FULL STORY

Learn Dothraki on the go with new 'Game of Thrones' language app

Have you ever been caught in a conversation with a Dothraki and been unsure how to respond to their question about what to grab for lunch? Well, fear no longer—Random House has released a Dothraki Companion app to help users avoid any social follies while interacting with the inhabitants of the Dothraki Sea.

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Ralph Steadman creates beautiful 'Breaking Bad' Blu-ray covers

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Breaking Bad memorabilia collectors will be clamoring for these new limited edition Blu-ray Steelbooks by British illustrator and cartoonist Ralph Steadman.

According to Esquire, Steadman, whose illustrations graced Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, collaborated with Vince Gilligan to illustrate limited edition Blu-ray Steelbooks for all six seasons, to be exclusively sold at Zavvi.com in the U.K. starting Feb. 2, 2015. Each cover depicts a seminal character from the series: Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, Saul Goodman, Gus Fring, Mike Ehrmantraut, and Hank Schrader, interpreted by Steadman’s visceral imagery.

See the rest of the covers at Esquire.

Shia LaBeouf explains his Broadway arrest, blames whiskey

Shia LaBeouf grabbed Alan Cumming’s butt. And that’s only a small part of the story behind his June arrest.

The Fury star went on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night and explained how he got arrested during a performance of Broadway’s Cabaret, starring Cumming and Michelle Williams. And it all, not surprisingly, started with whiskey.

“I had been drinking a lot of whiskey in Ireland, I come back, I land, and it’s the World Cup,” LaBeouf said. “And you drink a lot of whiskey during the World Cup, it seems.” READ FULL STORY

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