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Streep says 'We can get through this moment' at NBR Awards
Accepting her award for best actress at the National Board of Review Awards, Meryl Streep had a different message for an awards season that has been rife with gender politics: 'I love men'
David Letterman's new Netflix talk show will feature former President Barack Obama as the first guest
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Everything you need to know about the 'Mean Girls' musical
More details are in about the long-awaited "Mean Girls" musical coming to Broadway next year. The modern take on the 2004 cult classic film from creator Tina Fey will be set in the modern era of iPhones, Androids and social media, and will begin previews next March, according to The New York Times.
Remembering legendary comedian Don Rickles
Fans paid tribute to Rickles, who passed away at age 90, with a memorial at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Alec Baldwin says he 'fell in love' with Tina Fey at 1st meeting
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Alec Baldwin says he nearly passed on playing Donald Trump on 'SNL'
Alec Baldwin has revealed that he almost passed on playing Donald Trump on " Saturday Night Live ." The actor told Vanity Fair for its April cover story that he originally passed on "SNL" producer Lorne Michaels' offer to play Trump but changed his mind after a film role fell through. "I was
Inside Samira Wiley's wedding weekend
Orange is the new black stars in Merrill wiley married at one of the show's writers Lauren Morelli over the weekend in the black wiley played the fan favorite character who say. On the Netflix show we would say anything else about mr. and because the we'll be giving away one of the freeze this ploy
David Letterman calls President Donald Trump 'ignorant'
David Letterman retired from late-night television in 2015, but that doesn't stop him from thinking about how he'd handle the Trump administration were he still on the air.
Allison Williams on how 'Get Out' can be informative to white audiences, what she kept from the set of 'Girls'
Allison Williams wants you to know that she’s not Marnie from HBO’s “Girls” anymore. And she’s even dyed her hair blonde to make it easier to tell the difference. “It was for a magazine cover and also just to help train my mind to know that I’m not her anymore,” she said of her new hairstyle with a