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Celebrity News for October 5th, 2015

Tim Tebow Is Reportedly Dating Nick Jonas’ Ex, Beauty Queen Olivia Culpo

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Demi Lovato Bares All For Vanity Fair + Explains What Fueled Her To Do It

Demi Lovato has taken her most controversial photoshoot to date. During a recent trip to New York City, the 23-year-old pop stripped down on camera for Vanity Fair. Still mourning the loss of her great-grandfather Buddy Moore, who had died the day before, fueled Lovato’s confidence to act on this bold decision.

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Oregon Shooting Hero Chris Mintz Mistaken For ‘McLovin;’ Actor Responds To Mix-Up With Veteran

Chris Mintz-Plasse is not the Oregon hero; he is “McLovin.” Army veteran Chris Mintz has been praised as a hero after he blocked gunshots during the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon Thursday, but he’s also being confused for an actor. Mintz-Plasse, who famously played McLovin in the comedy “Superbad,” responded to well-wishers who mistakenly wrote to him.

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NFL Has No Players Arrested in Calendar Month for the 1st Time Since 2009

For the first time since July 2009, the NFL went a calendar month without a single arrest, according to Mike Rosenbergof Reuters, based on information from USA Today and the San Diego Union-Tribune. It’s also the first time in 15 years the NFL went without an arrest for an entire month during the season, per Rosenberg.

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The Martian Is Huge, But Did It Set Box-Office Records?

The box-office projections for Ridley Scott’s The Martian were good, but the question at the end of its opening weekend is just how good. After a red-hot $18 million Friday opening, the door seemed to be open for The Martian to top the all-time October opening weekend record of $55.8 million set by Gravity in 2013. Now, as the weekend estimates trickle in, The Martian’s total looks to be … somewhere between $55 and $56 million.

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Terminator Genisys sequels put on ‘indefinite hold’ because film performed poorly at domestic box-office

Terminator Genisys was a pretty bad film – it scored 26% on Rotten Tomatoes. It was supposed to lay the foundation for future sequels, spawning a ‘Marvel-esque’ cinematic universe, but it will no more.

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Fox and CBS Bringing ‘Lethal Weapon’ and ‘MacGyver’ Reboots to TV

Deadline reports that Fox has ordered a pilot for a Lethal Weapon reboot — the buddy-cop comedy from ’87, starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as odd-couple LAPD detectives. Matt Miller, former Chuck producer and Forever showrunner, will write the series. “On the Lethal Weapon show, when Texas cop and former Navy SEAL Martin Riggs moves to Los Angeles to start anew after the loss of his wife and baby.

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Rage Against the Machine Bassist Thinks ISIS, Moon Landing Are Fake

Wake up, sheeple. Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford has some theories about ISIS and the moon landing. The rocker and self-described “conspiracy theorist” doesn’t believe the violent terrorist group ISIS or the 1969 moon landing are real.

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