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Talk of the Town: Oprah's new show

2010-04-09 05:47:52 GMT2010-04-09 13:47:52 (Beijing Time)  Reuters

Oprah Winfrey may be ending her day-time talk show, but she won't be off the air for long. Winfrey has announced that she'll be moving to nights to host a show on her brand-new cable channel, the much-anticipated Oprah Winfrey Network. Called "Oprah's Next Chapter," the show will feature her outside the studio, in conversations and traveling around the world.

Malcolm McLaren, the former Sex Pistols manager, has died. McLaren is credited with helping form the legendary U.K. punk band. He died after a long struggle with cancer. He was 64.

Another death to report, Christopher Cazenove has died after losing a battle with septicemia. The British actor was best known for playing the role of Ben Carrington in the glitzy U.S. soap opera "Dynasty." He was also 64.

Robert Pattinson was photographed in full character on the set of his upcoming period drama "Bel Ami." The 23-year-old "Twilight" actor plays a young man who rises to power in Paris via his manipulation of the city's most influential women.

Finally, Sam Worthington got a little unnerved at the Japanese premiere of "Clash of the Titans." The Aussie actor was all but subtle as he defended the film from its poor critical reviews.

SOUNDBITE: Sam Worthington saying (English) (Expletive Censored):

"I don't give a fuck about the critics, to be honest with you. I don't. In regards to what I think, the critics are the fans. The critics are the people that pay their 16 bucks to go see a movie. We are doing quite successful there."

And he's right. Critical acclaim or not, "Titans" has raked up more than 120 million dollars worldwide.

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