Arnold Schwarzenegger's Total Recall role is being taken over by Colin Farrell in this year's upcoming remake of the film, and we've got your first glimpse of it here.

The plot is said to offer a different take on the 1990 release, but the same line between fantasy and reality gets blurred as the fate of his world hangs in the balance.

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Carson Daly is still feeling the heat for comments he made yesterday morning on his radio show, and this time the source is the mother of a 9/11 hero.

Following Daly's on-air joke that implied gay people were too weak to subdue an airline pilot - in this case, the JetBlue captain, Clayton Osbon, who simply lost control of his senses aboard a flight earlier in the week - Alice Hoagland has penned a letter to the host of The Voice.

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Earl Scruggs, a prolific bluegrass artist who popularized the three-finger method of banjo-picking that came to be known as "Scruggs style," has died.

"Earl Scruggs, the most important banjo player who ever lived, has passed on," Steve Martin tweeted after news broke that he'd passed. He was 88.

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Oh, DeAndre Brackensick. You're making this way too easy.

The high-pitched American Idol finalist covered a somewhat random Eric Benet track last night, "Sometimes I Cry," giving critics far too obvious of an avenue to mock the contestant. As in: yes, DeAndre, sometimes you make us cry, especially when you rely so heavily on a falsetto that pierces our ear drums.

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Vivid Entertainment's newest movie, 3 Mistresses: Notorious Tales of the World's Greatest Golfer, stars Devon James, Joslyn James and Holly Sampson - three acclaimed adult "actresses" who made national headlines as being mistresses of Tiger Woods.

Award-winning director (LOL) B. Skow brings the women together for an in-depth Q&A session, which generates explicit discussions and on-screen demonstrations of what intercourse was like with Tiger ... followed by pornographic reenactments.

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Colton Dixon took a bit of the life out of Lifehouse last night.

The American Idol finalist took to the stage and performed a version of "Everything," trying his best to milk emotion from the ballad (and even shedding a few tears after it was over), but really just coming across as - dare we say it? - boring overall.

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