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Fast Track: Regis Philbin says goodbye

November 18, 2011
  • Regis Philbin waves goodbye during his final "Live With Regis and Kelly" show.
Regis Philbin waves goodbye during his final "Live With Regis and… (Brendan McDermid / Reuters )

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Friday.

Regis Philbin said goodbye to "Live!" today with tears, clips and Mayor Bloomberg giving him the key to the city. (Huffington Post)

Philbin is reportedly leaving because bosses wanted him to take a pay cut. (THR)

Natalie Wood's drowning death is being investigated by a new generation of detectives. (Los Angeles Times)

Karl Slover, one of the last surviving Munchkins from "The Wizard of Oz," has died. (Los Angeles Times)

A registered sex offender has been working in Hollywood for the last few years, casting child actors in movies. (Los Angeles Times)

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are calling it quits. (Los Angeles Times)

Ricky Gervais says his third go-round as Golden Globes host will definitely be his last. (

Tina Brown's revamped Newsweek is having a rough time. (WWD)

Steven Soderbergh won't be directing "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." after all. Bring on the painting career! (IndieWire)

Are you ready to accept "The Munsters" as a one-hour drama? (New York Times)

Jay-Z and Jimmy Fallon, GQ's Men of the Year, say they could take down People's Sexiest Men Alive. (MTV)

Jim Parsons is in talks to return to Broadway in a new production of "Harvey." (New York Times)

Arnold Schwarzenegger got banged up on the set of his new movie, "The Last Stand." And of course he had to tweet about it. (TMZ)

Fandango is following the lead of airlines with its new mobile ticketing initiative. (SlashFilm)

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