Last Update on May 23, 2013 07:09 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- All hangovers come to an end eventually, and so, too, "The Hangover" franchise. "Hangover 3" is the final installment. Zach Galifiankis (gal-ih-fih-NAH'-kihs) says the fact that this is the end will probably sink in when they're through promoting the movie. He says "there will probably be some tears." Or, he says, he could "fake some so it looks good for the press." Hangover 3 opens today.
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A hangover goes away eventually, and as AP Entertainment Editor Michael Weinfeld tells us, the same is true for "The Hangover."
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Bradley Cooper says they're coming to terms with this being the last "Hangover" movie as they do promotion for it. ((cut used in wrap))
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Zach Galifianakis (gal-ih-fih-NAH'-kuhs)
Zach Galifianakis says the fact that this is the last time they'll play these characters won't hit them until they're done promoting the movie. ((longer version of cut used in wrap))
"ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT" RETURNS
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Each member of the Bluth (BLOOTH) family gets their own episode in the online version of "Arrested Development." As the family attorney, Henry Winkler gets to appear in more than one. He says the webisodes will show what each character has been doing since the series went off the air. The "Arrested Development" movie will take it from there. All 15 episodes will be available on Netflix starting at 3:01 in the morning, Eastern time, this Sunday.
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"Arrested Development" has its debut on Netflix this weekend. AP Entertainment Editor Michael Weinfeld has a preview.
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Henry Winkler says the creator of "Arrested Development" says the movie will pick up where the online series leaves off. ((note length of cut))
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Henry Winkler says he'll return as Bluth the family attorney in the "Arrested Development" movie. ((Bluth is pronounced BLOOTH)) ((cut used in wrap))
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Henry Winkler says the online version of the series should please hardcore fans. ((cut used in wrap))
FIRING PEOPLE FOR RATINGS
NEW YORK (AP) -- People will be losing their jobs for ratings in a new reality series. Employees of small businesses are asked to rat out underperforming co-workers. In the end, they recommend one person to be fired. "Does Someone Have to Go?" is a revamped version of another Fox reality show that was slammed by critics in advance. One magazine called it a step toward public executions. It never aired. This show premieres tonight.
DAMIEN LEWIS DOESN'T KNOW HOW LONG BRODY WILL LAST ON "HOMELAND"
CANNES, France (AP) -- Damien Lewis starts filming the third season of "Homeland" soon, not knowing how long Brody will be on the show. He says Homeland can go on forever." But "whether Brody can go on forever is a different matter." He says "it's a continuing surprise for everybody."
DISNEY PULLS EPISODE OF "JESSIE" THAT MADE FUN OF GLUTEN INTOLERANCE
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An episode of "Jessie" has been pulled because it makes fun of one of the characters for having to eat gluten-free food. The episode was scheduled to air tomorrow night on the Disney Channel. The group Change.org had protested the episode. They asked the Disney Channel to "stop using gluten-intolerance as an excuse to bully children with any disease, disorder or disability." A statement on the channel's Facebook page says they'll "re-evaluate" the reference to gluten restrictions. The statement went on to say, "Please accept our apologies for the upset this episode caused you and your family."
CALLING ALL COMICS
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (AP) -- Calling all comics! NBC is looking for comedians of different backgrounds for what used to be called "Stand-Up for Diversity." The new name of the project is "Stand-Up NBC." The first auditions will be held in San Diego on July 14. Auditions will then be held in New York and Austin. The best comedians get to be part of the "Stand-Up NBC Finale" in Los Angeles. <`