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Taylor Swift Says She Wants to Win Oscar, Next Album Will Go Into “New Territory”

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Taylor Swift says there was a lot of “screaming” when she scored her second Golden Globes nomination earlier this month.

“It happened on my birthday so it was the most unbelievable occurrence,” the singer says of the Best Original Song nod for “Sweeter Than Fiction” from the movie One Chance.

Whether or not she wins at the January ceremony, Swift already has her eye on an even bigger prize.

FIRST PHOTO: Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as Christian and Anastasia in Fifty Shades of Grey Movie

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Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson make their debut as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly.

Inside, the magazine gives the first glimpse of the highly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie, with the stars opening up about the project for the first time.

See here!

Ben Affleck Named Entertainment Weekly’s 2012 “Entertainer of the Year”

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Ben Affleck’s big year just got bigger.

On Wednesday, the Argo actor and director was named Entertainment Weekly’s 2012 “Entertainer of the Year.”

See who else made the annual list!

WATCH: Joe Biden Guest Stars on Parks and Recreation

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Newly-reelected Vice President Joe Biden is becoming an actor — kind of.

Biden will appear on an upcoming episode of “Parks and Recreation,” playing — who else? — himself.

Justin Bieber Records Simpsons Cameo

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Justin Bieber is getting animated — on “The Simpsons.”

On Tuesday, the singer revealed on Twitter that he recorded a voice-over for an upcoming episode of the iconic FOX series, although he later deleted the tweet.

But executive producer Al Jean has confirmed that Bieber will indeed be appearing as a cartoon version of himself.

Brad Pitt: Story About Saving Woman’s Life on “World War Z” Set is “Bulls**t!”

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A few weeks ago, the Scottish Sun reported that while filming “World War Z” in Glasgow, Brad Pitt rescued a female extra who had slipped and fallen during a scene in which hundreds of people are seen stampeding during a zombie invasion. Now, however, the actor himself is calling the story “bulls**t.”

Jon Cryer Dishes on Charlie Sheen Character’s Death and Ashton Kutcher

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Jon Cryer dishes on the new season of “Two and a Half Men” with Ashton Kutcher in a revealing interview with Entertainment Weekly.

The actor, who plays Alan Harper on the hit sitcom, says Charlie Sheen’s character will not simply go away after his tragic death on the season premiere.

“The history of the show does not go away at all,” says Cryer. “It will be dealt with all through the first season.”

Jonah Hill: Entertainment Weekly Fabricated Quotes About Royal Visit

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Entertainment Weekly’s eyes were focussed on Prince William and Duchess Kate at Saturday evening’s BAFTA event in Los Angeles.

Unfortunately, the outlet’s “ears” wandered off.

Jonah Hill says EW fabricated quotes from him in their round-up from the night, and Zooey Deschanel claims her own words were taken out of context.

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