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'Steve Jobs' trailer answers the age-old question, 'What do you do, Steve Jobs?'

"What do you do?" Steve Wozniak gets the first words in the first trailer for Universal Pictures' Steve Jobs — but as usual, Jobs gets all the glory.

Kendrick Lamar drops chilling music video about police brutality

Kendrick Lamar wants to have hard conversations. The rapper has released a chilling music video for his song "Alright," from his critically-acclaimed album To Pimp a Butterfly.

Amy Schumer hated blazers too much to host 'The Daily Show'

Amy Schumer could have been the next host of The Daily Show, but blazers just aren't her thing. In a recent interview with Howard Stern, the comedian and star of Comedy Central sketch show Inside Amy Schumer shared that she once hung out with Jon Stewart — and chatted about her potentially taking over his late night show.

Iggy Azalea insists there's absolutely, positively no 'beef' with Britney

Message received, Igloo Australia: You and Britney Spears have not been engaged in a passive aggressive Twitter fight.

10 movies you would never believe led the box office at least 3 weeks in a row

Jurassic World is a rare breed indeed, as it has led the box office three weekends in a row. It's an increasingly difficult feat, what with so many films being distributed throughout the year and tentpole seasons being more crowded.

Why Kim Kardashian doesn't call herself a feminist

SAN FRANCISCO — Kim Kardashian West is perhaps the most controversial woman in America not running for president From her reality television stardom to her endless tabloid appearances to her marriage to Kanye West, everyone has an opinion about whether or not she represents the crass commercialization of one's family and personal life or is instead a role model for modern female empowerment See also: 5 things we learned about Kim Kardashian during her NPR interview Here's the thing: Kardashian West used to care what you thought about her, but those days are gone.

MTV's new 'Scream' series is death in the digital age

The opening minutes of MTV's Scream — based on the 1996 movie that was scary at the time — throw the viewer into the belly of the digital beast: a teenager's social (media) life It all starts with a salacious YouTube video that quickly spreads like an STD during prom season See also: The 6 hands-down best moments from the 'Teen Wolf' season premiere The video, which features a young girl named Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus, who was fantastic on CW's Arrow) making out with another girl, is meant to be cyber bullying.

Stan Lee wants Spider-Man to 'stay as he is': white and straight

Amid recent casting news for the newest film adaptation of Spider-Man, Stan Lee has come forward to reaffirm that he'd like his Marvel characters to stay exactly as they are.

The USA has found its mojo just in time for the Women's World Cup final

The semifinal match women's soccer fans had circled on their calendars since well before the Women's World Cup got underway finally happened on Tuesday night in Montreal The USA, ranked second in the world, and Germany, ranked first.

'Creed' trailer is no schlocky 'Rocky' — this thing looks awesome

LOS ANGELES — Now we're ready to believe in Creed. When it was announced in 2013 that MGM and Warner Bros.

19 celebrity couples that give us hope

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announced their divorce after exactly 10 years and one day of marriage — but that doesn't mean love is over forever.

What is love? A miserable lie, and these celebrity breakups prove it

If you were shocked that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner broke up, your optimism is a relic of the days before love was proven to be nothing but a far-off daydream.

Donald Trump files $500 million lawsuit against Univision

One day after NBC cut ties with him, real estate mogul and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has filed a $500 million lawsuit against the Spanish-language network Univision — just as he threatened he would.

Watch the creator of Mario totally geek out at the Jim Henson Studios

Who had a bigger influence on your childhood: Nintendo, or Jim Henson's puppet creations? It may warm your heart to learn that the companies are equally big fans of one another, as evidenced by a video that shows famed Nintendo game creator Shigeru Miyamoto's visit to Jim Henson Studios.

Misty Copeland mania: 7 more times the ballerina broke boundaries

It's a good year to be Misty Copeland. The ballerina has broken so many boundaries that it's hard to keep track of all of them.

Tone-deaf FIFA story focuses on USA star Alex Morgan's 'good looks'

The USA and Germany clash on Tuesday night in what promises to be an epic Women's World Cup semifinal, pitting the world's first and second-ranked squads against one another for a berth in the final match in Vancouver on Sunday But let's get down to what really matters: Which team has the hotter babes, bro?

Love is over: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner file for divorce

Take a deep breath everyone. Ready? Okay. After 10 years of marriage, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are officially breaking up.

Amy Schumer and Vanessa Bayer want to get brunch drunk with Hillary Clinton

As Amy Schumer and Vanessa Bayer climb up the fame ladder, they have more opportunities to hook up with A-List stars.

Oliver Stone's 'Snowden' gets fittingly moody, paranoid trailer

Were you hoping that the first trailer for Snowden, Oliver Stone's upcoming political biopic, would include a glimpse of Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the bespectacled title character?

FAA will crack down on Patriots, Giants and Cowboys for using drones

As if the New England Patriots needed another investigation. With all the recent advancements in drone technology, no wonder that various National Football League teams have been trying to get a leg up by filming their practices with drones.