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Harry Styles Thought Dating Taylor Swift Was Boring? Harry Wants Taylor 1D3D Movie Scenes Deleted.

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Harry Styles and Taylor Swift breakup news has mostly fizzled, but every once in awhile, a new report comes out about “the real reason they broke up.”

This new report paints Harry as a total jerk, as he is rumored to have told Taylor she was “boring”–and then they were dunzo.HollywoodLife.com reports that, according to Us Weekly, Taylor and Harry got in a fight, and Hazza left, returning to say, “I went to get drinks without you because you’re so f**king boring.”

And then Taylor reportedly took off. End scene.

Believe it?In other news, Haylor are never, ever getting back together–which we pretty much already knew, but a source tells HollywoodLife.com that “Harry is beyond over Taylor.”
The source adds, “He doesn’t talk about her, he doesn’t talk to her and he doesn’t want to be with her ever again. He has moved on!”
We figured that was the case…and, in fact, Harry may be so over Taylor that he doesn’t even want any footage of Taylor in the new 1D3D movie.
In Touch (via Sugarscape.com) reports that Harry wants scenes that include Taylor deleted from the movie, with a source noting, “He thinks Taylor’s being childish. He really thought that she of all people would value another celebrity’s privacy.”

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Jenna-Louise Coleman Will Stay On For ‘Doctor Who’ Season 8.

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Coleman confirms that Clara Oswin Oswald isn’t going away anytime soon.
Given that Clara Oswin Oswald has already died twice on “Doctor Who,” no one can guarantee that her third incarnation won’t meet a similar fate. But that doesn’t mean that Clara’s portrayer, Jenna-Louise Coleman won’t be around for this season and beyond.

During an interview with BBC Radio 5 (via Radio Times) Coleman noted that “I can say I will be in season eight.” Coleman also said that production of “Doctor Who” Season 8 won’t even begin until September, because her co-star, Matt Smith will be away filming How To Catch A Monster, the directorial debut of Ryan Gosling.

“Doctor Who” producer Marcus Wilson sat in on the interview with Coleman and dropped a few teasers for the new season: “It’s an epic series – [Steven Moffat has] raised the bar again. It’s full of huge variety. We get to see some old friends, some old aliens, but running through is the delicious mystery of the impossible girl who is Clara Oswald.”

For her part, Coleman added that the Doctor and Clara’s relationship will “not [be] as straightforward as them being great friends who go on this adventure – there’s so much subtext of them both trying to figure each other out. I have the idea they’re magnetically drawn to each other.”

“Doctor Who” Season 7 will resume on Saturday, March 30 on BBC America and BBC One.

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NBC moves ‘Smash’ to Saturday; dating show to Tuesday to bolster sagging ratings.

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NBC programming chief Robert Greenblatt had to put his puppy down Wednesday.
The network announced its let’s-make-a-musical drama “Smash” is, as of April 6, moving to Saturdays to run out the rest of this season’s order. “Smash,” starring Katherine McPhee as the Broadway newcomer cast to play Marilyn Monroe in a musical biopic, was a passion project of Greenblatt’s, who first developed it while running things at pay cable network Showtime. He brought it with him when he moved to NBC.

The show started strong when it was launched last season, but faltered as its first season continued. And, despite a show-runner change, and a cast overhaul, the second season failed to rebound, ratings-wise, contributing to a lousy first quarter for the network that finished the fourth in first place among 18-to-49-year-old viewers who are the currency of broadcast TV ad sales. For the season to date, NBC has now slipped to third place in that age bracket, behind CBS and Fox.

Which explains why NBC is putting the pedal to the metal with a heavy dose of reality TV to get it through the end of the TV season in May, according to Wednesday’s announced schedule changes Most noticeably, its new dating competition series “Ready for Love,” which had been scheduled to air Sunday at 8, will instead air Tuesdays at 9, following NBC’s singing competition hit “The Voice,” starting April 9. Eva Longoria exec produces “Love.”

(One week earlier, the season finale of Ryan Murphy’s freshman comedy “The New Normal” airs its season finale after “The Voice.”)

On Sundays, NBC will instead air reruns of its Tuesday and Wednesday episodes of “The Voice,” on March 31 and April 7, leading into “Celebrity Apprentice,” which will expand to two hours as of April 14.

Matthew Perry’s freshman comedy “Go On,” meanwhile, will get to follow “The Office” on Thursday nights for its final two episodes of the season, on April 4 and 11.

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