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Harry Potter Spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Getting Three Movies

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J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is being turned into not just one movie, but three.

As Gossip Cop previously reported, Rowling announced last fall she was adapting the “textbook” covering the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe into a film version.

The New York Times now reports that “three megamovies are planned.”

L’Wren Scott Planned To Close Fashion Line, Friends Were “Deeply Concerned” Before Her Death

Truth rating: 9
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L’Wren Scott‘s friends were “deeply concerned” about her in the days leading up to her apparent suicide, according to longtime pal Cathy Horyn.

Horyn, a former New York Times fashion critic, pays tribute to the late designer in today’s paper, and reveals Scott had planned to announce the end of her fashion line on Wednesday.

Find out more here.

James Franco Defends Shia LaBeouf in NYT Op-Ed: He’s Like Marlon Brando

Truth rating: 10
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James Franco has written an op-ed for the New York Times in which he weighs in on Shia LaBeoufs plagiarism apology tour and subsequent “I am not famous anymore” performance art schtick.

In the piece, titled “Why Actors Act Out,” Franco takes an empathetic view towards LaBeouf, and says he thinks there’s more to the star’s behavior than just another celebrity publicly going bonkers.

Woody Allen Breaks Silence: “Of Course I Did NOT Molest” Dylan Farrow, Ex Mia Made Up “Ludicrous” Abuse Claims

Truth rating: 10
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Woody Allen is breaking his silence on Dylan Farrow’s accusations of sexual abuse.

After Allen’s estranged daughter alleged in an open letter that the he molested her when she was a child, the filmmaker is responding in a New York Times op-ed to be printed on Sunday.

In the lengthy piece, Allen professes his innocence and blames ex Mia Farrow for allegedly implanting the idea of abuse into Dylan’s mind.

Read here.

Maria Bello Comes Out, Opens Up About Partner Clare

Truth rating: 10
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Maria Bello, star of the film Prisoners, penned a first-person piece in the New York Times on Sunday in which she came out.

The actress used the retelling of how she came out to her 12-year-old son, Jackson, to make public the disclosure that she’s been involved in a years-long relationship with a woman named Clare.

Kanye West Opens Up About Being “In Love” With “Amazing” Kim Kardashian

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Kanye West opens up about his relationship with Kim Kardashian in a rare, candid interview with the New York Times.

The rapper — who acknowledges that “90 percent of the time it looks like I’m not having a good time” — tells the paper he’s actually quite happy in his personal life, contrary to relentless tabloid rumors.

WATCH: Guy Fieri & New York Times Feud Parodied in Cut SNL Sketch (VIDEO)

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A hilarious sketch parodying Guy Fieri was cut from this weeks “Saturday Night Live” — but Gossip Cop has it for you right here!

Jennifer Lawrence on Being Asked to Gain Weight for Movie: “Hell Yeah!”

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Jennifer Lawrences candor is a refreshing novelty in Hollywood today.

The 22-year-old star, who has compared her mom to Dina Lohan and called herself “obese” by showbiz standards, is characteristically frank in an interview with the New York Times about her upcoming movie, Silver Linings Playbook.

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