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Blade Runner 2049 released a first full-length trailer starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford on Monday.

The preview sees Los Angeles Police Department Officer K (Gosling) seek out long-missing blade runner Rick Deckard (Ford) after discovering a long-buried secret.

Blade Runner 2049 is a sequel to the 1982 movie Blade Runner, which followed Deckard as he hunted replicants, genetically engineered androids. The new film co-stars Ana de Armas and Robin Wright.

"It was one of the first films I'd seen that it wasn't clear how I was supposed to feel," Gosling said of the original movie in a Facebook Live Q&A. "It made me question what it meant to be a human being and my ability to recognize the hero from the villain."

"It's very interesting visiting a character after some time," Ford added. "It was a very gratifying experience."

Blade Runner 2049 is directed by Arrival helmer Denis Villeneuve, with Blade Runner director Ridley Scott as executive producer. The film opens Oct. 6.

This movie looks amazing! I can't wait! It's almost October, right?

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Ryan Murphy teases 'American Horror Story' Season 7 with creepy concept art
American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy teased Season 7 of the anthology series recently by sharing on Instagram creepy artwork depicting a smiling elephant.

"American Horror Story Season 7 tease," the producer captioned the image which alludes to how elephants are used to represent the Republican Party as Season 7 takes place during the 2016 presidential election.

Announced in February, Season 7 is set to star Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd and Billy Eichner.

"I think people literally think Sarah Paulson is playing Hillary Clinton," Murphy said while speaking with E! News about the new season.

"And I wanted to clarify that that is not true. Horror Story is always about allegory, so the election is allegory. It's our jumping off point. It is about the election we just went through and what happened on that night and the fallout of that night, which to many people, from all sides of the camps is a horror story. And you know, that show is always so fun when it's about the zeitgeist and what we're doing now," he continued.

The 51-year-old had previously stated that Clinton and her opponent Donald Trump would not specifically be featured on the show as characters.

"We don't have actors playing them. You'll see them on television. The first 10 minutes of the season, this season, takes place in a very eerie macabre way on election night and there's something terrible that happens in the lives of our characters on election night as they're watching it all go down," Murphy added.

American Horror Story Season 7 is set to premiere this fall on FX.

Chrissy Teigen, John Legend recreate 'Spider-Man' kiss
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend delighted fans by recreating the iconic Spider-Man kiss.

The 31-year-old model smooched Legend on Sunday's episode of Lip Sync Battle while dressed as Spider-Man and suspended upside down from the ceiling.

"Yes, I do my own stunts," she captioned a clip of the moment for her 5.29 million Twitter followers.

Teigen, who co-hosts Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J, surprised the audience by descending from the ceiling after Tom Holland's final performance. Holland's competitor, Zendaya, was all smiles as LL Cool J unmasked the model.

"I just wanted to see if it's possible that I live out one of my biggest fantasies," Teigen explained before Legend came onstage.

Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst shared a similar kiss as Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson in the 2002 movie Spider-Man. Holland and Zendaya star in the new reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming, which opens July 7.

Teigen and Legend married in Como, Italy, in 2013, and welcomed their first child, daughter Luna, in April 2016. The model shared an adorable video of Luna responding to seeing Legend's TIME 100 cover in April.

"The more we embrace who we are as people and rely less on our physical attributes, the more empowered we become. Beauty shouldn't be so easily defined. It is limitless."
--Cara Delevingne, rejecting society's standard of beauty, on Instagram

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'American Idol' revival in the works at ABC, Ryan Seacrest may host
ABC and production company FremantleMedia have a deal in place to revive music competition series American Idol one year after the show wrapped up on Fox.

According to Variety, the two companies and Core Media Group have settled on a framework for a deal that will have Idol premiere in March and potentially air on Sunday nights.

Idol host Ryan Seacrest when asked by TMZ about returning to host, expressed his love for the show and exclaimed "I love to work," when asked about juggling multiple jobs.

Seacrest recently joined Live! with Kelly Ripa as the permanent co-host of the show. Also on ABC, Live! will keep Seacrest in New York which may cause problems with hosting Idol which has always filmed in Los Angeles.

American Idol ended its 15 season run on Fox in April 2016 with an alumni reunion performance. Season 15 was touted as the last season of the show.

Robert Wilson, the father of Luke and Owen Wilson, dies at 75
Robert Wilson, the father of actors Owen and Luke Wilson, has died at the age of 75.

A former president of public Dallas TV and radio stations KERA-TV and KERA-FM, Robert died on Friday after a battle with Alzheimer's disease, Luke confirmed to The Dallas Morning News.

Robert is best known for co-creating the news program Newsroom with his partner Jim Lehrer, for anchoring PBS NewsHour and for bringing Monty Python's Flying Circus to the United States for the first time.

Robert is survived by Owen, his two sons Robert, 6, and Finn, 3, Luke, their brother and fellow actor Andrew Wilson and his three kids and their mother Laura Wilson.

Luke has said that those wanting to honor his father's memory can do so by making a donation to PBS.

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Which stars were inducted into New Jersey Hall of Fame?

Kelly Ripa was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame Sunday during an event that also inducted the likes of Wyclef Jean, Tommy James and Ray Liotta.

"I really am thrilled that I got to share the night with my parents and my children. I'm only sorry my husband isn't here - he's working, but it's nice to have all of my family and so many friends here," Ripa said about how the best part of the evening was spending time with her family.

Jean who performed onstage alongside James, gave a tribute to his father who brought his family to America from Haiti.

"Don't forget, this is what being an immigrant is about," the musician shared of what his father would tell him as they went to work together. "This is what these United States is about. As long as you do something with pride, as long as you believe in it, and as long as you don't break the law, it gives you an opportunity to be somebody."

The New Jersey Hall of Fame in its ninth year, honors New Jersey natives who have distinguished themselves in music, movies, books, business, sports and public service.

Other inductees included mystery writer Carol Higgins Clark and journalist Connie Chung.

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