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New video released for Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney's hit 'Say Say Say'

It's 1983 all over again A new video has been created for the 1983 Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney duet "Say Say Say." The "remix" video is being released to promote the remaster of McCartney's album Pipes of Peace.

'Jaws 19' teaser feeds hungry 'Back to the Future' fans

Back to the Future Part II made a lot of promises about 2015. You've heard them all by now: We were supposed to have flying cars, hoverboards, fax machines in our closets!

The Cure announce first North American tour in eight years

Prepare your hairspray and eyeliner: The Cure is doing a North American tour The English rockers have announced that they will play a 25 date tour in North America in 2016.

New trailer for 'The Good Dinosaur' promises tears for all

Like many Disney/Pixar classics, The Good Dinosaur looks way more emotional than a typical kid's movie.

Here are your new 'Destiny' challenges for the week of Oct. 6

Tuesday means only one thing if you're a Destiny fan: reset day. It's that wonderful time when Bungie's rotating selection of high-reward activities are rebooted (along with any raid progress made in the previous week), giving everyone a fresh chance at scoring some of the game's sweetest and rarest loot.

Rihanna says Rachel Dolezal is 'a bit of a hero'

Just when you thought the news cycle was done with Rachel Dolezal, Rihanna name-drops her in an interview In a lengthy cover story for Vanity Fair, the pop star mentioned Dolezal, the white NAACP leader who said she identified as a black woman.

'Metal Gear Online' says goodbye to competition, hello to paid insurance

In Metal Gear Online, the multiplayer side of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, you build a Forward Operating Base (FOB) and fortify it against incursions from other players, all while waging your own wars against their bases.

Misty Copeland floats through performance with Yo-Yo Ma on Colbert's 'Late Show'

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert got a touch of highbrow class on Oct. 5 Ballerina Misty Copeland and cellist Yo-Yo Ma stopped by to do a performance set to Bach's "Cello Suite No.

How Twitter's new Moments feature will tackle the sports world

It's understandable if some sports fans mistake Twitter as a walled garden built just for us There are issues, to be sure, but Twitter is where all the news breaks, and the platform can competently replace watching a game if all you need is score updates and the best highlights.

'Great British Bake Off' hit by £10,000 betting scandal

LONDON — The BBC is facing a Great British Bake Off betting scandal ahead of the show's finale Wednesday.

Stephenie Meyer wrote a gender-swapped 'Twilight'

And to think all you were hoping for was Midnight Sun. Sparkly vampire expert Stephenie Meyer has come up with a unique way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first novel in her Twilight saga, which was released 10 years ago yesterday: a 442-page rewrite of the book that recasts moody human Bella as a moody dude named Beau and mysterious vampire Edward as a mysterious lady-vamp named Edythe.

The fastest recap alive: A refresher on 'The Flash' Season 1

Last year, The CW, everyone's favorite genre network, expanded their existing superhero universe to include a brighter sibling to the successful Arrow series, The Flash It centered on Barry Allen, the fastest man alive.

20 songs to get you excited about autumn

The leaves are falling, the air is crisp and everything is pumpkin spice. It's definitely fall See also: 49 Acoustic Covers That Rival the Originals And if you're finding yourself missing summer, we whipped up this Music Monday fall playlist to get you excited for the upcoming autumn season.

'Peaky Blinders' is the best TV show you're not watching

LONDON — Peaky Blinders is one of the best series currently available on Netflix. And it's probably the best British one.

Bindi Irwin's emotional routine on 'Dancing with the Stars' made basically everyone cry

Welcome to Dancing with the Crying Stars Or, as Dancing fans know it: "Most memorable year" night — when the celebs perform to a song that represents, in most cases, the hardest year of their lives For Bindi Irwin, it was 2006, the year her wildlife expert father Steve Irwin was killed while filming an underwater documentary Ahead of her performance to "Every Breath You Take," Bindi opened up about her father, losing him, and how she's carried on since For 17 years old, she sure has a healthy perspective on life.

Nick Jonas denies wearing diapers onstage, confirms Jingle Ball NYC lineup

If you happened to be walking around Manhattan early this evening and heard a deafening roar of coordinated, high-pitched screams, don't worry.

Grateful Dead members and John Mayer will perform free concert in NYC

Grateful Dead alumna Bob Weir, Billy Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart along with John Mayer will perform a free show next month at Madison Square Garden in New York The musicians, who are touring this fall under the name Dead and Company, will add a third show on Nov.

Will Smith and Jazzy Jeff planning a tour in the summer summer summertime

Good news, then bad news First, the good: Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff are possibly going on tour next summer See also: Growing up on 'Fresh Prince': Tatyana Ali looks back on first kisses and feathered bangs Bad news: Your time machine still doesn't work.

Why is a video game website feuding with a crowdfunding superstar?

A courtroom showdown is currently brewing between a $90 million crowdfunding superstar and a gaming websiteStar Citizen developer Cloud Imperium Games has threatened legal action against The Escapist over what it calls false allegations and unethical reporting.

Meryl Streep, 'Suffragette' stars wear shirts with poorly-chosen quote

Some quotes are timeless. Others are ill-timed The hive mind behind the film Suffragette, a biopic about the women's suffrage movement in England, is learning that lesson the hard way after a recent gaffe that shows the film's stars wearing shirts with an ill-advised quote spoken by suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst in 1913.