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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 10

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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‘SNL’ actress Jan Hooks dead at 57

Jan Hooks, best known for portraying first ladies Hillary Clinton, Betty Ford, and Nancy Reagan on "Saturday Night Live" has died.

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Amanda Bynes accused of shoplifting from NYC store

The troubled actress denied the claims, saying she grabbed the hat in a bid to disguise herself after being chased by fans.

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‘Ghostbusters’ remake to star ‘hilarious women’

Who you gonna call? There's no details on casting yet, but an all-girl "Ghostbusters" is coming to the big screen.

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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 9

A look back at the entertainment headlines that went down in history.

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Robert Downey, Jr.: ‘Iron Man 4 is a go’

The actor reveals that a fourth installment of the hit Marvel movie is in the works.

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Dad from ‘7th Heaven’ allegedly molested girls

The actor allegedly admitted to sexual misconduct with underage girls.

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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 8

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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Alfonso Ribeiro does the ‘Carlton’ on ‘DWTS’

If you were a fan of the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air," chances are good you remember this iconic dance.

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Could ‘Sex and the City 3′ be happening?

Some of the stars of the series - including Sarah Jessica Parker - are hinting that a third film is in the works.

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Samuel L. Jackson, Beyoncé pay tribute to late ‘Bond’ villain

Geoffrey Holder was best known for playing the villainous henchman Baron Samedi in "Live and Let Die."

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Today in entertainment history: Oct. 7

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

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Amanda Bynes marrying a guy from a bait shop

The troubled "Hairspray" star claims she is engaged to a 19-year-old man who works in a bait store.

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School bets video game scholarship can draw talent

A small private university in Chicago has become the first in the nation to treat video gamers like athletes.

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Lena Headey’s $200K ‘Game of Thrones’ scene

Bosses for the hit HBO show went to great lengths to keep one scene under wraps ahead of its broadcast.

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Charlie Sheen’s trip to the dentist could lead to court

A dental technician claims the actor punched her in the chest during an office visit — and is suing him for assault and battery.

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Tyra Banks launches cosmetics line

The model-turned-TV personality is expanding her beauty empire.

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Blake Lively is expecting

The actress and her husband, Ryan Reynolds, are expecting their first child together.

In this photograph taken by AP Images for Bravo, Joan Rivers appears on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" show on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012, in New York.

Sarah Silverman ‘roasts’ Joan Rivers in heaven

Silverman pokes fun at late celebrities, including Richard Pryor and Freddie Mercury, who was portrayed by Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine.

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Nude pics of Winona Ryder reportedly leaked

Notoriously private actress Winona Ryder has reportedly become the latest star to fall victim to the Hollywood hacking scandal.

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