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Shia LeBeouf Exposes Robert Redford's Militant Past In The Company You Keep Trailer

Ever since he finished filming the Transformers franchise, Shia LeBeouf has been getting pretty serious.

You can watch him play a Prohibition era bootlegger in Lawless this weekend and he's about to start bangin' on film in the next Lars von Trier movie, The Nymphomaniac. To add to his new image, we'll get to see him play an investigative journalist who exposes fugitive members of militant protest group The Weather Underground!

The 26-year-old stars alongside an incredible cast consisting of Hollywood veterans like Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte, Stanley Tucci, Julie Christi and Terrence Howard in The Company You Keep.

The first trailer for the drama (above) features LeBeouf in the center of it all after a story he writes causes Redford's character to go on the run from the law after 30 years in hiding.

It looks like a top-notch political thriller if U ask us and should definitely make the world take Louis Stevens a little more seriously.

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THIS Real Housewife Dated George Clooney?

Real Housewives of New York newbie Carole Radziwill is an accomplished woman in more ways than one. Not only is she an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist, but she dated one of the hottest men on the planet!

Monday's episode of her Bravo reality show revealed that she was once romantically involved with George Clooney.

While hanging with the girls on the beach in St. Barth's, Sonja Morgan complimented the author's butt and her dating history in the process by saying:

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Katie Couric 'Felt Liberated' After Leaving CBS

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Katie Couric is moving onto a new frontier in September with the launch her new daytime talk show, Katie.

While she was the first woman to ever anchor a weekday network news show alone, she didn't have any problem giving up her CBS gig. In fact, she felt "liberated" when she left!

In a new interview with Good Housekeeping, the television personality revealed that she was actually "constrained" by the network, but explained she did get "an ultimate sense of satisfaction," as she told the magazine:

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Kathy Griffin Is Proud, But Scared For Anderson Cooper After Coming Out

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Kathy Griffin is "immensely proud" of her dear friend Anderson Cooper for finally deciding to publicly come out of the closet.

However, she is completely aware of a sad reality that the LGBT community still faces in this day and age. In an article for the Daily Beast, the same publication in which Anderson declared he was gay, the comedian wrote:

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Beyonce Wins Top Honor… In Journalism!!!

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The New York Association of Black Journalists has recently named Beyonce one of the year's top scribes!!

Wait, sorry… what!?!

Oooo… that's right!! She did write that Essence article back in July, didn't she??? What was it called again?? Oh, yeah… EAT. PLAY. LOVE.

That's riiight! We totally forgot all about her diary entry!! LOLz!

In the piece, she poignantly expressed how wonderful it was when she took a lil' break from her hectic music career to just enjoy time with herself.

Here, we'll share a bit of it with you:

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CBS News Correspondent Mike Wallace Passes Away At 93

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Aw. This is sad, but nobody can say this guy didn't live a good life!

60 Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace passed away on Saturday night at 93-years-old. The newsman was the first staff member on the CBS show when it began in 1968 and earned 21 Emmy awards before retiring in 2006.

His merciless reporting became part of major Hollywood productions like The Insider, in which Russell Crowe played tobacco industry whistle-blower Jeffrey Wigandwhere, who was interviewed by Wallace on 60 Minutes in 1995. The reporter was also a character in the stage production of Frost/Nixon.

He is survived by an outstanding legacy in journalism — including five Peabody awards — as well as a wife, a son, and two stepchildren.

Rest in peace, Mike!

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Jonah Hill Teams Up With Brad Pitt And James Franco For A True Story

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Jonah Hill got a taste of what it's like to be nominated for an Academy Award this year and it looks like he wants another shot to win one!

The actor has re-teamed with Moneyball star and producer Brad Pitt for True Story, a real life drama about a disgraced New York Times Magazine writer who is faced with the task of unraveling the mystery behind an accused murderer using his identity while hiding from the law in Mexico.

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