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Entertainment News: Autopsy results released for "Fast & Furious" star

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(CBS) - In Entertainment News, Autopsy results reveal actor Paul Walker initially survived a crash over the weekend. 

The report says Walker died moments later because of the impact and the resulting fire. 

Walker was riding in the passenger seat when the Porsche Carrera GT slammed into a pole Saturday.

His friend and driver Roger Rodas died of multiple traumatic injuries. 

Universal pictures halted production of Walker's latest film, "The Fast and the Furious 7". 



(CNN) - Israeli actress Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the next Superman, Batman film.

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.



(CNN) - 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.
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