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    'DOCTOR WHO' NABS PETER JACKSON: Oscar-winner Peter Jackson has signed on to direct an episode of Doctor Who. He confirmed the news on Facebook with a video featuring the show's star, Peter Capaldi. It is unclear when the episode will air.

    PATTON OSWALT ADDED TO 'MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000' REBOOT: Patton Oswalt has been added to the cast of the upcoming reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000. He will play the son of evil henchman TV's Frank named TV’s Son of TV’s Frank. Series creator Joel Hodgson wrote on the show's Kickstarter page, "You know, the funny thing is that when we launched our Kickstarter, I hadn't even approached Patton about being on MST3K...but I had thought a lot about getting him involved. Anyway, even though we won't start working on contracts until after the Kickstarter ends, it seems pretty safe to say that Patton will be on board with us, on camera AND as a special guest writer too!"

    ABC FAMILY RENEWS 'THE FOSTERS': The Fosters has been renewed for a fourth season by ABC Family. Network EVP Karey Burke said in a statement, "We have so many more stories to tell about The Fosters family. These incredible characters have come into our lives and touched so many -- from Stef and Lena's wedding to the adoptions of Callie and Jude." The season three winter premiere will air on January 25th.

    CBS ORDERS FULL SEASOIN OF 'SUPERGIRL': Supergirl isn't going anywhere. CBS has ordered seven additional episodes of the freshman series to bring the show to a full 20-episode season. It has averaged 11.2 million viewers per episode.

    ESPN HIRES BACK RACHEL NICHOLS: Rachel Nichols is leaving CNN to get a new show on her former network, ESPN. She will host her new show and report for SportsCenter and other programs. Rachel left ESPN back in 2013. She is expected to make her return in early 2016.


    Emma Watson admits that she is finally figuring herself out at the age of 25. She appears in the PORTER's Winter Escape Issue 12 where she discusses growing up as Hermione and what she has learned as an adult.

    Emma explains, "I've spent more than half of my life pretending to be someone else. While my contemporaries were dying their hair and figuring out who they were, I was figuring out who Hermione was and how best to portray her. Now at 25, for the first time in my life I feel like I have a sense of self that I'm comfortable with. I actually do have things that I want to say and I want to be my most authentic self." She goes on to say, "I don't want there to be a big separation between the public and the private person. It's definitely the harder road to tread, but without a doubt, ultimately the most rewarding. It sounds like a ridiculous thing to say, but I'm very interested in truth, in finding ways to be messy and unsure and flawed and incredible and great and my fullest self, all wrapped into one. When you watch the work of someone like actress Emma Thompson, you feel like you're seeing something true, and I aspire to that."


    Brad Pitt loves being a dad even though it is chaotic.

    The father of six recently told The Telegraph, "Everyone talks about the joy of having kids – blah, blah, blah. But I never knew how much I could love something until I looked in the faces of my children. There's a lot of love, a lot of fighting, a lot of refereeing; a lot of teeth-brushing and spilling. Chaos, total chaos. But so much fun." When asked if he and Angelina planned to have more kids, he responded, "Listen, Angie and I were aiming for a dozen, but we crapped out after six."

    • Brad also explained how his own upbringing has influenced his approach to fatherhood saying, "One thing my folks always stressed was being capable, doing things for yourself. He was really big on integrity -- and that informed a lot of what we try to do now. I feel like my job is to show 'em around, help them find what they want to do with their life, put as many things in front of them, and pull them back when they get out of line, so they know who they are."
    • Brad is father to 14-year-old Maddox, 11-year-old Pax, 10-year-old Zahara, nine-year-old Shiloh, and seven-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.


    Several cast members from Seinfeld created personalized videos to a terminally ill fan for his birthday before he lost his fight to cancer. 67-year-old Jim Calder received messages from the actors as the characters they portrayed on the series during its nine seasons.

    His son James told The Huffington Post, "We immediately thought of his favorite TV show, Seinfeld. We started planning how to pitch this to the Seinfeld characters and started to reach out through published articles about the project, social media outreach and word of mouth. The Seinfeld birthday project was born, but we really weren’t sure how and if it would flourish." John O'Hurley, AKA J. Peterman, was the first to make a video which prompted Patrick Warburton to make a video as David Puddy.

    • Other participants included Wayne Knight as Newman, Larry Thomas as Soup Nazi, and Lisa Mende as Carol.
    • Julia Louis-Dreyfus also participated but did not act as Elaine.
    • According to Daily Dot, Jerry Stiller also made a video as George Costanza's father but requested that the family not share them.
    • Michael Richards offered to call James' father on his actual birthday but did not want to create a video.
    • James did not live to see his birthday but his son showed him the videos early to try and lift his spirits.

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