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Steve Buscemi replaces Owen Wilson in TBS anthology 'Miracle Workers'

Steve Buscemi replaces Owen Wilson in TBS anthology 'Miracle Workers'

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Oct. 19 (UPI) --Steve Buscemi is set to replace Owen Wilson as the co-lead of TBS's upcoming comedic anthology series Miracle Workers.Buscemi will star alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the seven-episode comedy series after Wilson dropped out of the project in August.The series takes place in a heaven-set workplace where Buscemi, who last appeared on television in HBO's Boardwalk Empire, will star as God.Radcliffe stars opposite Buscemi as Craig, a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity's prayers, working for a God that has checked out of his job to focus on his favorite hobbies.Miracle Workers is executive produced by Saturday Night Live's Lorne Michaels and created by Man Seeking Woman's Simon Rich, who also will serve as showrunner.The series is based on Rich's book What i...
Famous birthdays for Oct. 19: John Lithgow, Jon Favreau

Famous birthdays for Oct. 19: John Lithgow, Jon Favreau

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Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Those born on this day are under the sign of Libra.They include:-- Abolitionist Cassius Marcellus Clay in 1810-- Motion picture pioneer Louis Lumiere in 1862-- Newspaper columnist Jack Anderson in 1922-- English spy novelist John Le Carre, born David Cornwell, in 1931 (age 86)-- Actor Robert Reed in 1932)-- Pop artist Peter Max in 1937 (age 80)-- Actor Michael Gambon in 1940 (age 77)-- Actor John Lithgow in 1945 (age 72)-- Feminist Patricia Ireland in 1945 (age 72) File Photo by Rick Steele/UPI -- Singer Jeannie C. Riley in 1945 (age 72)-- British writer Philip Pullman in 1946 (age 71)-- Boxer Floyd Mayweather Sr. in 1952 (65)-- U.S. political figure Grover Norquist in 1956 (age 61)-- Singer Jennifer Holliday in 1960 (age 57)-- Former heavyweight boxing champi...
Dannii Minogue, 45, exposes entire chest in raunchy see-through corset

Dannii Minogue, 45, exposes entire chest in raunchy see-through corset

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The former X Factor judge left absolutely nothing to the imagination as she graced the cover of InStyle Australia.Kylie Minogue’s sister put her boobs front and centre in a see-through basque that revealed her eye-popping silhouette.The black strapless number just skimmed Dannii’s nipples, and featured sheer panels with floral embroidery that barely hid her assets.The Britain's Next Top Model judge served up plenty of underboob through the sheer frock, which only accentuated her tiny waist and hourglass physique.Dannii finished off her look with natural makeup, and ran her hands through her brunette locks.JUSTIN RIDLER FOR INSTYLE AUSTRALIA SHEER DELIGHT: Dannii displayed every inch of her assets for InStyle AustraliaCelebrities in see through dresses These celebrities just love the '
Keke Palmer says she wants fans to know: 'We're one and the same'

Keke Palmer says she wants fans to know: 'We're one and the same'

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Oct. 18 (UPI) -- Actress and singer Keke Palmer says she is candid with her fans because she wants them to understand she isn't perfect and hopes they find strength in her struggles."When social media came around, it felt like the opportunity to really let my fans not idolize me because that really bothered me. I felt like, with the career that I have, coming from where I came from, there is an opportunity for young people to really be not inspired by me, but inspired by my story and to really put themselves in that position to achieve all of their dreams. Being able to see: 'Yo, we're not so different. We're one and the same,'" the 24-year-old Illinois native told UPI in a recent phone interview."I really found solace in the communication on social media as being able to really allow them...
Man Booker Prize: George Saunders wins for Lincoln in the Bardo

Man Booker Prize: George Saunders wins for Lincoln in the Bardo

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George Saunders has won the Man Booker prize for his novel Lincoln in the Bardo - becoming the second US author to take home the £50,000 fiction award.The book tells the story of Abraham Lincoln's grief after the death of his young son, and his visits to his tomb.It is the first full-length novel from Saunders, previously best known for his short stories, and is set in a graveyard, over a single night.Judges praised the "utterly original" work and said it was "deeply moving".Saunders, 58, was one of six authors shortlisted for the prestigious award, alongside British writers Ali Smith and Fiona Mozley, fellow Americans Paul Auster and Emily Fridlund, and British-Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid. The Texas-born author, who lives in New York, has previously won the Folio Prize and Story Prize f