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Duggar Sisters Say Sexual Abuse Shouldn't Be "Taboo" in New Doc

(NEW YORK) -- In the wake of recent revelations about 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar's sexual abuse of family members and others, TLC Sunday night aired the documentary Breaking the Silence, which featured sisters Jessa Duggar Seewal and Jill Duggar Dillard as they went through sexual abuse prevention training.  Josh Duggar admitted he inappropriately touched his sisters when he was in his teens, along with other minor girls. He later apologized for his "inexcusable" actions. TLC cancelled the Duggar family's show 19 Kids and Counting after the news broke. In the doc, Jessa said a conversation around sexual abuse needs to happen in every home. "I feel like this…

posted 2015-08-31 15:00:53 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Andy Grammer Joins "Dancing with the Stars"

(NEW YORK) -- Honey, he's good...but is he a good dancer?  We'll find out soon, because Andy Grammer has joined the cast of ABC's Dancing with the Stars. Andy appeared on the show twice last year, and told ABC Radio at the time that competing on the show was something he hadn't ruled out.  He even said he'd talked about it to his good friend Gavin DeGraw, who was on the show a few seasons back. Rumor has it Andy was called in at the last minute because Full House star Jodi Sweetin had to back out due to filming commitments. The cast of ABC's Dancing with the Stars will be a very…

posted 2015-08-31 13:00:17 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Why Netflix Is Losing "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and Other High-Profile Movies

(NEW YORK) -- If you've yet to watch The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on Netflix, you better act fast. Netflix said Sunday that the second Hunger Games movie, along with other high-profile flicks like World War Z and Transformers: Age of Extinction, will expire at the end of September on its U.S. service. Why? Because, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos explained in a blog post, the company has decided not to renew its agreement in the U.S. with the cable network Epix. "While many of these movies are popular, they are also widely available on cable and other subscription platforms at the same time as they are on Netflix…

posted 2015-08-31 11:00:12 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Matt Damon Says New "Bourne" Film Inspired by Edward Snowden

(LOS ANGELES) -- Matt Damon says the reason he hasn't done a Bourne movie since 2007 is that he and director Paul Greengrass were waiting for a big enough change in the world. Enter Edward Snowden. Though his first three movies were hits, the actor told BuzzFeed, "We always looked at those movies as really about the Bush presidency, and so we kind of had to wait for the world to change." So, after Snowden's privacy revelations in recent years, Damon said, “Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world....There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and…

posted 2015-08-31 10:30:35 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Watch Promo for Final "Downton Abbey" Season

(NEW YORK) -- While the final season of Downton Abbey won't premiere in the U.S. until January, there's a new promo online that will whet your appetite. It was released over the weekend by British broadcaster ITV, which will debut the sixth and final season of the period drama in the U.K. on September 20. In the one-minute clip, Robert Crawley, played by Hugh Bonneville, tells Jim Carter's Mr. Carson, “If I could stop history in its tracks, maybe I would. But I can’t, Carson, for neither you nor I can hold back time.” The new season debuts in the U.S. on PBS on January 3,…

posted 2015-08-31 10:01:04 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Judge Joe Brown in Jail for Contempt of Court

(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) -- Former TV judge Joe Brown turned himself in to authorities Thursday night and is serving a five-day stint for being found in contempt of court dating back to an incident from last year, Shelby County Sheriff's Office confirmed to ABC News.   Brown, 68, surrendered himself to Memphis police, then was transferred to Shelby Corrections, police add. The contempt of court charge comes from a March 2014 incident after Brown attempted to help a woman in her child support case. He ignored the judge's warning to quiet down after getting loud with court employees, Shelby County Juvenile Court told…

posted 2015-08-31 09:30:26 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Robin Wright and Fiancé End Engagement

(LOS ANGELES) -- Robin Wright and and her fiancé Ben Foster have called off their engagement, a source tells People magazine. The couple actually broke up months ago, according to the insider. Wright, 49, and Foster, 34, met on the set of the 2011 film Rampart, and got engaged in February of 2014. They broke up the following November, but were back together a few months later. The House of Cards actress was married to Sean Penn from 1996-2010. They have two children together: a 24-year-old daughter and a 22-year-old son. House of Cards returns for its fourth season on Netflix in 2016. Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

posted 2015-08-31 09:00:56 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Fear the Walking Dead" Recap: Episode 2 - 'So Close Yet So Far'

(NEW YORK) -- SPOILERS AHEAD: The second episode of Fear the Walking Dead shows the outbreak swiftly starting to spread, though it's the survivors -- not the walkers -- who kick-start the end of the world.  The episode kicks off with the high school's Principal Costa (Scott Lawrence) walking through his eerily empty school. Meanwhile, after he didn't answer her texts towards the end of the pilot, Alicia walks over to her boyfriend Matt's house, to find the door open, place apparently ransacked. She comes upon something gasping and says, "Oh my God." After Calvin was shot dead -- then rendered undead -- at…

posted 2015-08-31 08:30:25 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Hulk Hogan on Racial Slur Scandal: 'Please Forgive Me'

(NEW YORK) -- With his signature leg drop, horseshoe moustache and undeniable strength, 12-time world wrestling champion Hulk Hogan single-handedly transformed wrestling into a global phenomenon, but he's now he’s fighting to maintain his legacy after fallout over his admitted use of the N-word.In an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Amy Robach that aired Monday on Good Morning America, a contrite and emotional Hogan talked about the circumstances surrounding his use of the N-word. He steadfastly denied being a racist and begged his fans for forgiveness.In addition to the scandal involving his use of the N-word in the past, the…

posted 2015-08-31 08:26:27 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"Bachelor in Paradise" Recap: Samantha Gives Joe the Heave-Ho

(NEW YORK) -- Joe Bailey's time in paradise came to a sudden end on Sunday night. He was eliminated during the latest episode of Bachelor in Paradise -- all thanks to Samantha Steffen, the woman who motivated him to join the show in the first place. In a dramatic rose ceremony, Samantha held the final rose and was forced to choose between Joe and Dan Cox. To the surprise of the other cast members, she picked Dan. Afterward, Joe confronted Samantha, who complained about the drama that had surrounded their relationship. He responded by threatening to reveal text messages, allegedly from Samantha, that would…

posted 2015-08-31 08:00:54 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Nicki Minaj Curses Out Miley Cyrus at MTV VMAs

(LOS ANGELES) -- Nicki Minaj kicked off the MTV VMAs by performing with Taylor Swift, apparently patching things up with the pop icon after the two had a beef earlier this year via Twitter over the award show's nominations list. But after Minaj won a Moon Man for Best Hip-Hop Video, Minaj gave her speech then said, "Now back to the b---- who had a lot to say about me earlier in the week, Miley Cyrus what's good?" Minaj pointed at Cyrus, apparently mad at what VMAs host said in a New York Times interview published Thursday. When Cyrus was asked about what she thought about what Minaj…

posted 2015-08-31 07:30:19 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Zac Efron's "We Are Your Friends" Flops Badly at the Weekend Box Office

(LOS ANGELES) -- Zac Efron could have used more support from his friends this weekend. His new music drama We Are Your Friends, in which he plays an aspiring DJ, was a major flop over the weekend. It earned an estimated 1.8 million dollars on more than 23 hundred screens, ranking as one of the weakest debuts ever for a film with such a wide release. The number-one movie, for the third weekend in a row, was the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton, which raised 13.2 million dollars. The religious drama War Room opened in second place, collecting 11 million dollars in 11-hundred-plus locations. In other words,…

posted 2015-08-31 07:00:49 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio