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"Gravity" is rocketing its way into the record books at the 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards. The film earned seven trophies at Thursday night's awards ceremony, more than any other film in Critics' Choice Movie Awards history. The night's most coveted award, Best Picture, went to the historical drama "12 Years A Slave."

The First Lady is turning 50 today, and the nation's capital is buzzing with rumors about the famous faces expected to turn up at her party Saturday night. Speculation is particularly rampant about Beyonce and Jay Z making an appearance at the White House event.

The Professor from "Gilligan's Island" has died. Veteran character actor Russell Johnson, passed away Thursday at the age of 89 at his home in Washington state of natural causes.

Dave Madden, who portrayed Reuben Kincaid The Partridge Family manager on the hit 1970s TV series passed away early Thursday morning in Florida. He was 82.

The last surviving Munchkin actress, Ruth Robinson Duccini, has died. She was 95. Her death means Jerry Maren, who is 93, is now the only Munchkin cast member still living. Maren, who played a Lollipop Guild Munchkin in "The Wizard Of Oz," reportedly lives in a retirement home in Los Angeles.

Justin Bieber is reportedly having some separation anxiety with his smartphone. TMZ is reporting that police seized the pop star's cell when they searched his Calabasas mansion earlier this week in connection to an egging incident in the neighborhood. Sources tell the website Bieber is concerned about some incriminating photos and texts that may get leaked to the press. While the texts wouldn't be enough to get him in any legal trouble, Justin does not want them made public.

 New in Theaters this week:
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
The Nut Job
Devil’s Due
Ride Along


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