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Robin Roberts thankful for support; Philip Seymour Hoffman may join ‘Catching Fire’

Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America." (Ida Mae Astute/AP/ABC)

She tweeted, “Terrific Tuesday is upon us @GMA..slept like a baby for the first time since my MDS diagnosis. Feeling and appreciating the love. Bless you.” Roberts disclosed Monday that she has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, once known as preleukemia, and will receive a bone marrow transplant from her sister, a perfect match. The breast cancer survivor will also undergo chemotherapy. (@RobinRoberts; AP)

Philip Seymour Hoffman has reportedly been offered the role of Plutarch Heavensbee in “Catching Fire,” the sequel to “The Hunger Games.” [SPOILER ALERT] Heavensbee takes over as Head Gamemaker after the demise of Seneca Crane. (EW)

Diane Keaton is working on a book about “beauty, aging and being a woman” that will be released in 2013. “I think most women are a little disappointed when they look in the mirror — I know I am — and this book is my way of asking why,” Keaton said in a statement. (NYTimes)

Amazing Spider-Man” producer Avi Arad told Screencrush that on and off-screen lovebirds Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone “are like Hepburn-Tracy of modern time. It’s a war of brains that turns into attraction.” Thoughts? (Movieline)

Charlize Theron ditches her hair, after the jump.

Charlize Theron has shaved her hair in preparation for the “Mad Max” reboot “Fury Road.” The movie will start filming next month in Africa. (People)

Stephen Colbert and Allison Janney have joined “Mr. Peabody & Sherman.” (THR)

Joseph Fiennes is in talks to join the second season of “American Horror Story.” (EW)

Watch Charleston RiverDogs co-owner Bill Murray frolic on a tarp and entertain baseball fans during a rain delay below.

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