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Season 7 of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' will premiere just in time for Halloween. But, did you hear who's going to appear on season premiere of 'Talking Dead', which airs right after the season 7 premiere of the 'The Walking Dead', if that makes any sense?

To find out, make sure you check out the ??? Guess Who ??? section of this publication. Come on, you kind of knew that's where I was going, right?

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John Legend to play Frederick Douglass on Season 2 of WGN America's 'Underground'
Grammy Award-winning, singer-songwriter John Legend is to guest star on Season 2 of the period drama Underground.

"Legend, who also serves as executive producer on the gripping series, will portray iconic abolitionist, orator and author Frederick Douglass," WGN America said in a press release.

Created by Misha Green and Joe Pokaski, the show is currently in production in Savannah, Ga. The 10-episode, second season is to debut in early 2017 on the cable network.

Set in the 19th century, the series follows "an unremitting struggle for freedom within a divided America on the brink of civil war, each side vying to enact their own justice."

It stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge, Christopher Meloni, Alano Miller, ?Jessica de Gouw, Amirah Vann and Marc Blucas.


Nicole Kidman on marriage to Tom Cruise: 'I was so young'
Nicole Kidman can't believe how young she was when she wed first husband Tom Cruise.

The 49-year-old Australian actress reflected on her 10-year marriage to the now 54-year-old American actor in the November issue of Red magazine.

"I was so young when I got married. I look back now and I'm like, 'What?'" she said. "You look at Taylor Swift, I mean how old is she? She's 26. I had two kids by the time I was 27 and I'd been married for four years. But that's what I wanted."

Kidman was 23 when she and Cruise tied the knot in Telluride, Colo., in 1990. The actress, who is now wed to singer Keith Urban, had shared similar sentiments about her first marriage in a 2013 interview with Vanity Fair.

"I was so young," she told the magazine. "And you know, with no disrespect to what I had with Tom, I've met my great love now. And I really did not know if that was going to happen."

"I wanted it, but I didn't want it for a while, because I didn't want to jump from one relationship to another. I had a lot of time alone, which was really, really good, because I was a child, really, when I got married. And I needed to grow up," the star said.

Kidman and Cruise, who divorced in 2001, adopted two children, Isabella and Connor, during their marriage. The actress is also mom to daughters Sunday and Faith with Urban, while Cruise shares daughter Suri with third wife Katie Holmes.

"[Motherhood] is about the journey," Kidman told Red. "There are going to be incredible peaks and valleys, whether you are an adopting mother or a birth mother. What a child needs is love."

Kidman will next appear in Lion with Dev Patel and will also star in the new HBO series Big Little Lies. Cruise, meanwhile, is slated for Jack Reacher: Never Go Back and M:I 6 - Mission Impossible.



LOOSE LIPS:
"That was a rude awakening, the minute he was born. And every time I hold him, to look at something that new and look at this 40-year-old me in the mirror going, 'Wow, I really want to be around to see your children.'"
--Benedict Cumberbatch, on "passing time" being his biggest fear, to Interview


??? Guess Who ???

Who's going to appear on season premiere of 'Talking Dead'?


'All My Children' vet Larkin Malloy dies at age 62
Soap star and acting coach Larkin Malloy has died of complications from a heart attack. He was 62.

The New York native was best known for his work on All My Children, Loving, The Edge of Night and Guiding Light. His additional credits include Law & Order and Big Daddy.

Malloy's former All My Children co-star Walt Willey expressed on Facebook Friday his grief over Malloy's death.

"Just got word that Larkin Malloy, who played my brother 'Travis' on All My Children, died of complications from a heart attack he suffered on Saturday. Larkin Malloy welcomed me like a brother when I joined the cast in 1987," Willey's message said. "We worked together, did appearances together, partied together, vacationed together. He was an 'actor's actor,' spending many years teaching the craft, and a gentleman in the old world style. We spent many hours together, both on set and off, and truly were 'Irish brothers from another mother.' Tommy, you will be missed. Love you, brother. 'For in that sleep of death, what dreams may come.' Hamlet."


??? Guess Who ???

Who's going to appear on season premiere of 'Talking Dead'?

Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick says most of the stars of The Walking Dead will appear on his analysis program after their own devastating, season premiere.

A yet-to-be-revealed fan favorite from the show is expected to be beaten to death by Jeffrey Dean Morgan's villain Negan in the Season 7 premiere. Among the possible victims are Daryl [played by Norman Reedus,] Glenn [played by Steven Yeun,] Glenn's pregnant wife Maggie [played by Lauren Cohan,] Rick [played by Andrew Lincoln,] Rick's girlfriend Michonne [played by Danai Gurira,] Rick's son Carl [played by Chandler Riggs,] Abraham [played by Michael Cudlitz,] Abraham's girlfriend Sasha [played by Sonequa Martin-Green,] Abraham's ex-girlfriend Rosita [played by Christian Serratos,] Aaron [played by Ross Marquand] and Eugene [played by Josh McDermitt.]

All of those cast members and thousands of fans are expected to attend the Oct. 23 taping of Talking Dead at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The 90-minute program will air on AMC immediately after the return of The Walking Dead.

"It's going to be a very hard episode because we know someone is going to die," Hardwick said on this past weekend's edition of Talking Dead. "We'll all support each other and get through whatever awfulness this man [writer-producer Robert Kirkman] is heaping onto our souls. We're going to lose someone, we will be there together."

"Buckle up," Kirkman said. "It's going to be a rough one. ... Big episode."

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