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    Netflix may own the streaming rights for House of Cards in the U.S., but fans don’t necessarily need a subscription to watch the show as long as they’re Comcast customers, Variety reveals. The cable operator has inked a deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, which manages international and home video distribution for House of Cards , to offer customers access to season one of the critically acclaimed Netflix drama via the recently launched Xfinity Store.
    Grant looked to have cut his finger for real while running and diving from a huge car explosion! The Flash pilot is currently filming in Canada - and it looks like it will be action packed. The series stars Grant as Barry Allen, a scientist who becomes the superhero speedster of the DC Universe following a freak lab accident. The Flash television series is a spinoff of the CW’s Arrow, which featured a guest appearance by Barry Allen during its second season.
    Looks like things between Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are just fine. The twosome enjoyed a very nice evening together in New York City last week. An eyewitness tells E News that Douglas and Zeta-Jones dined at NYY Steak in Manhattan together last Tuesday for a private business meeting, but didn't shy away from showing off a little PDA by holding hands. "I hope to resolve my marriage in a positive fashion," Douglas said.
    Katie Couric announced On Monday her official debut with Yahoo, slated for Friday with an interview with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Couric is just one of a handful of high-profile journalistic talent grabs that Mayer has made recently -- a list that also includes David Pogue, Matt Bai and Megan Liberman. Pogue's tech news site launched in January at the Consumer Electronics Show. Couric, appointed to a position called "Global Anchor" for Yahoo News, announced her debut, naturally, via Tumblr post. The chat with Bloomberg is his first public interview since he was appointed to the United Nations' special envoy for cities and climate change.