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How did Justin Timberlake feel going solo 12 years ago?

The multi Grammy award-winning musician opened up about his decision to do his own first solo project in 2002 on “Oprah’s Master Class.”

Timberlake said, “I would wake up every morning feeling more and more of an urge to step out on my own.”

But he says not everyone around him understood his decision.

They would say, “Why wouldn’t you ride this out? You’re the biggest group in the world. Why would you walk away from this?”

Watch more of the interview.

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Hugh Jackman has had a second skin cancer scare. Back in November, the actor had to have cancer removed from his nose, and he was back this past weekend for the same procedure. After the procedure, he took to social media to remind his followers the importance of regular check ups and sunscreen.

Read more here.

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We continue to be introduced to mutants in the “X-Men” universe. The latest rumor confirmed is that actor Channing Tatum will be playing the role of Gambit in an upcoming X-Men film.

While he’ll miss being in this month’s release of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” it’s rumored that he will be in “X-Men: Apocalypse.” That film is set to be released in 2016.

Read more.

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We’re getting a sneak peak at the new Batmobile premiering in “Batman vs. Superman”, which is filming in Detroit this summer. Movie producer Zack Snyder also tweeted out a picture of Ben Affleck as Batman.

You can see those photos here.

 

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