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As soon as the film was released online Wednesday, pirated copies began making their way to viewers around the world
The actress, who plays Clara Oswald, reveals she'll return for the next season of the British sci-fi series
The "How I Met Your Mother" star gives some holiday gift advice as he prepares to host the Academy Awards on Feb. 22
Someone changed an exit sign on New Jersey's Garden State Parkway to the name of Chevy Chase's character from the 1989 classic
"Unbroken" and "Into The Woods" both surpassed box office expectations as moviegoers went to the theaters on Christmas Day
"It's really nice to be a part of something that did affect people," the actress revealed of the show that launched her career
The 35-second video already has more than 300,000 views
Hollywood is watching closely to see if the groundbreaking distribution strategy for Sony's highly anticipated film could become a model for other movies. New York Times media editor Peter Lattman joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what this could mean for the future of the industry.
Hollywood isn't the epicenter of movie making anymore. The business has left Hollywood and gone south to Louisiana. 18 feature films shot there were released into theaters last year, three more than runners up Canada and California. Anna Werner shows why most of the lights, cameras and action have moved thousands of miles away from the Gold Coast.
Despite the hype leading up to its release, the film is receiving mixed reviews. But many fans say seeing the comedy is a civic duty, and a statement to North Korean hackers. Jericka Duncan reports.

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