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This sounds promising...Dwayne Johnson and Will Ferrell are teaming up for a new professional wrestling-themed comedy series at Fox. I like those guys, wrestling is very funny and I do enjoy watching television. I'm in!

Hey, if it was a show of Johnson and Ferrell just wrestling for 30 minutes, I'd watch that too. Who wouldn't?

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Chris Hemsworth, Elsa Pataky deny separation rumors
Longtime couple Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky want fans to know they haven't separated.

The 33-year-old Australian actor and 40-year-old Spanish actress shut down reports of marriage trouble by sharing loved-up photos together on Instagram.

"Looking for a new wife according to @womansdayaus and other misleading outlets! Honey you still love me right?! @elsapatakyconfidential #thanksfortheheadsup," Hemsworth captioned a picture of himself and Pataky on Sunday.

"Ahora y siempre! Always and forever! @chrishemsworth," Pataky added to a snapshot of herself with Hemsworth and their family dog the next day.

Woman's Day had claimed in their Oct. 31 issue that Hemsworth and Pataky's relationship is "on the rocks" and that the pair have been living "separate lives." Pataky reportedly jetted off to Spain in September as Hemsworth filmed Thor: Ragnarok in Australia.

"They've decided they need space, and they've been taking a little break from each other," a source told the magazine. "Hopefully it will be a case of absence makes the heart grow fonder, but they definitely appear to have some issues."

Hemsworth and Pataky married in December 2010 after less than a year of dating, and share three children, 4-year-old daughter India and 2-year-old twin sons Tristan and Sasha. The actor had nothing but praise for Pataky in a 2015 interview with Elle.

"From the first time we met, we just made sense. She's fun. She's outgoing, and she had a sense of humor and a passionate attitude toward life, which is nice to try to keep up with," he said at the time.

Tim Allen happy family members can watch 'Last Man Standing' together
Television icon Tim Allen says he is pleased his sitcom Last Man Standing can air in re-runs at any time of day and be enjoyed by people of all ages since it doesn't include gratuitous sex or violence.

"We didn't design it like this, like we are different from everybody else, but Last Man Standing, in syndication now, it can go anywhere. It can be at 6 o'clock. It's family friendly. We're not holier than thou who did it this way, but it is a very different situation when you have a show that the whole family can watch together," Allen told UPI in a recent phone interview. "And I really like that we're doing this."

The series stars Allen as Mike Baxter, director of marketing for Outdoor Man -- a Denver-based, chain of sporting goods stores -- and the conservative, married father of three, adult daughters.

"I always thought it was funny to flip-flop Home Improvement and have three girls [instead of three sons.] Always liked Home Improvement because it was about tools and fixing things, which I love, but I also love outdoor pursuits -- hunting, fishing, and all that and Bass Pro Shops. That's another thing. I used to work in a version of Bass Pro Shops, so I always liked that. So, I just combined it, didn't re-invent the wheel, just added that and added the family component to it," he explained.

Allen said he wasn't necessarily looking for another long-running series when the opportunity to make Last Man Standing came along.

"We cast well. We've got great actors. They all have the same gratefulness about being working. ... I didn't have a big strategy that I'd like this to go seven, eight years and match Home Improvement," he admitted. "It was very similar to, once in my life, I had a No. 1 book, TV show and movie all on the same day and I certainly wasn't planning on doing that. But, all of a sudden, that showed up and I said, 'Good lord.' You look in hindsight, I think it would have been impossible had you planned it. To not plan it was wonderful and I said this show hit all of the component parts under the same philosophy as, 'Don't ever go grocery shopping when you're hungry.' I really wasn't looking to do this, this length of time, the commitment. I probably wouldn't have done it if I'd really thought about it. I've already done this television show. I've already done all of the stuff that this requires. So, to me, this is a project that I REALLY like."

The show is currently in its sixth season on ABC. Fresh episodes air on Friday nights, and re-runs can be seen several times a week on various cable networks.

"We're proud of it. It was love."
--Shia LaBeouf, confirming he and longtime girlfriend Mia Goth indeed wed in Las Vegas, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Which popstar walked off stage mid-performance after asking fans to stop screaming?

Actress Cecilia Hart Jones, wife of James Earl Jones, dies at 68
Actress Cecilia Hart Jones, the wife of actor James Earl Jones, has died after a year-long battle with ovarian cancer. She was 68.

WesportNow reported she died on Wednesday.

The actress met Jones while working on the TV series Paris in 1979. They got married in 1982, the same year they co-starred in Broadway's Othello.

Her other theater credits include The Heiress, Design for Living and Dirty Linen & New-Found-Land. She was also a frequent television guest star.

She is survived by her husband and their son, Flynn, as well as her brothers James A. V. Hart and William F. Hart III.

People magazine said Jones' representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Which popstar walked off stage mid-performance after asking fans to stop screaming?

Justin Bieber walked off stage mid-performance Sunday after he grew frustrated with fans who would not stop screaming.

"I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love I appreciate kind things but the screaming in these breaks has got to stop," the sing said in Manchester as he urged fans to quiet down in-between songs, according to the BBC.

"I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming," he continued.

Fan video of the moment posted by The Independent shows Bieber then drop his mic and head to the back after cheers persisted. Some concert goers were even heard booing once he disappeared.

Eventually Bieber did return and explained his actions.

"I feel like I wanna connect with you," he said. "The point of the no screaming thing is that when I'm looking at you in the eyes, you know that we're actually having a moment and having a connection."

"I'm not going to talk the rest of the night. We're just going to do the music. Obviously Manchester just can't handle it so let's do the music," he continued.

This is the second time Bieber has asked fans to keep it low. He told the crowd at a show in Birmingham to "take a chill pill" after explaining how "the screaming is just so obnoxious."

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