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Hollywood Minute - December 5, 2013

Wonder Woman joins Superman and Batman on the big screen... a bit of cinema history is gone... and Jay-Z may have 99-problems, but meat ain't one.
Israeli actress Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the next Superman-Batman film.
You may recognize her from the "Fast and Furious" movies.
She'll star with Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel, and Ben Affleck as Batman.
The as-yet-untitled film starts shooting next year and hits theaters in July of 2015.

Rap mogul Jay-Z has accepted the challenge of going vegan for 22-days.
According to his blog, Jay-Z celebrated his 44th birthday Wednesday by starting a plant-based diet.
The rapper calls it a "spiritual and physical cleanse."
He's also asking fans to give him tips on vegan restaurants.

A new report from the Library of Congress shows about 70-percent of America's silent films, from 1912 until 1929, are gone forever.
Thousands of early films have been lost to neglect, decay, and fire.
Of the remaining 30-percent, most are incomplete, or on low-quality film.
The surviving movies from that era are now in a public database on the Library of Congress web site.

(Carl Azuz for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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