Ryan Seacrest Is Adding On Another Job Title

 

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In case you missed it, Ryan Seacrest is adding another title to his resume: fashion designer. According to "The Wall Street Journal," the TV host/producer is working on a line called Ryan Seacrest Distinction for Macy's. The line will include suits, tuxedos, dress shirts, ties, belts and tie bars, and will be priced between $45 to $550. Seacrest's line is also great for men who might be a little fashion challenged. Each item comes with one of four tags that put it in a color category: black, blue, grey and brown. This system, called Style Made Smart, is to make it easy for guys to coordinate and is based on Seacrest's own closet. Ryan Seacrest Distinction will be available in 150 Macy's starting in Fall 2014.

 

 

 

OLYMPICS: U.S. Moves into Third

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While some of Team USA's biggest stars have come up empty at the Winter Games in Sochi, the U.S. had a big day on Thursday and it helped them move up to third in the medal count standings.

As for Thursday night, the U.S. had a total of 12 medals -- four gold, two silver and six bronze.

The big boost in the standings can be attributed to the men's slopestyle team, which swept the new event with Joss Christensen taking gold, Gus Kenworthy taking silver and Nicholas Goepper getting the bronze.

The Netherlands, which is in second place overall, also has a total of 12 medals and four gold, but they have three silver -- giving them the edge over the U.S. in the standings -- as well as five bronze.

Still holding in the top spot is Norway with a total of 13 medals. They also have four gold and three silver, but have racked up six bronze medals to give them a narrow lead over the Netherlands. (Yahoo Sports)

 

 

What's In Theaters This Weekend?

 

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•"RoboCop": (PG-13) In this remake of the 1987 sci-fi classic, it's 2028 and a powerful multi-national conglomerate attempts to bring robotic law enforcement to the United States by transforming a critically-injured police officer into a cyborg cop. When initial tests fail to provide the results OmniCorp had hoped for, Norton re-programs Robocop to operate strictly on software rather than human emotion. Later, Robocop finally hits the streets, and the citizens of the crime-ridden city welcome him with open arms. But later, as Murphy's emotions begin to interfere with his programming and things go a little haywire. Starring: Joel Kinnaman, Michael Keaton, Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson, and Abbie Cornish

•"About Last Night": (R) Based on David Mamet's play "Sexual Perversity in Chicago," this modern take tells the story of two new couples who find that their sexually-charged relationships may not have the substance to thrive in the cold, hard light of day. And yes, this is a remake of the 80's flick that featured Rob Lowe and Demi Moore. Starring: Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, and Joy Bryant

•"Endless Love": (PG-13) Following their high-school graduation, Jade Butterfield, a sheltered but privileged teen, becomes enthralled with David Elliot, a working-class youth with a troubled past. Though Jade and David fall quickly in love, Jade's father strongly disapproves of the match, while David's father advises caution. Since they're teenagers however, their parents' disapproval only makes their romance more intense. Starring: Gabriella Wilde, Alex Pettyfer, Bruce Greenwood, and Robert Patrick

•"Winter's Tale": (PG-13) One night in early 20th-century New York, master thief Peter Lake breaks into a Central Park mansion and quickly has his heart stolen by its occupant, Beverly Penn. Unfortunately, their time is already running out- she is dying from consumption, and he is marked for death by his demonic former mentor. Peter battles the forces of time and darkness to save Beverly, even as Pearly does everything in his power to defeat him. Starring: Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Russell Crowe, and Jennifer Connelly