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The Bears Are Getting Randy In The Bushes; Chaz Bono Is A Serial Killer; That Amy Schumer-John Cena Sex Scene Was Real

Chaz Bono continues to be amazing. The activist-author has evolved into an actor-producer (which makes him even more of a multi-hyphenate) and is earning raves as a serial killer in the play Down the Road. You can see it in L.A. through August 16.

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If you aren’t already a huge fan of Amy Schumer, that’s bound to change after this interview with Aussie chat program The Project in which the Trainwreck star says the reason her sex scene with wrestler-turned-actor John Cena was so insanely awkward-hilarious is because he was really inside of her.

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Those furry fiends friends are back in the the wacky web series Where the Bears Are. Ben Zook, Joe Dietl, Rick Copp, et al, have cranked up the hair-raising antics for the fourth season so take a quick sneak peek below.

The long-awaited reunion of “Opposites Attract” stars Paula Abdul and MC Skat Kat finally happened and we have James Corden to thank.

“Halston, Gucci, Fiorucci…” remember that refrain from the disco anthem “He’s the Greatest Dancer?” Well, visionary fashion designer Elio Fiorucci has shuffled off this mortal coil, dying in Milan at age 80. Godspeed, sir.

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Blond, James Blond. Ugh, sorry, that should be Bond. Daniel Craig‘s pale blue eyes sometimes make us forget our own names. Here he is in the trailer for the new 007 epic Spectre and it looks as if out actor Ben Whishaw‘s role has been beefed up — perhaps to make up for the absence of Dame Judi Dench?

The prospect of a new Pedro Almodóvar film always excites us (even his last effort I’m So Excited, which felt like he was marking time, was superior to most American studio comedies). Here’s hoping his upcoming Silencio (scheduled for release in Spain next spring) doesn’t disappoint.

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