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Published: Monday, July 28, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Tyson promises Foxx an acting role with teeth

Part of this delicious breakfast: Mike Tyson is in talks with actor Jamie Foxx about portraying the retired prizefighter in a biopic. Foxx, who is slimmer than Tyson, will need some time to prepare. “He doesn't have the physicality, but he will,” Tyson said.

Tyson said he'll help train Foxx and bulk him up with a special diet that includes the ears of other boxers.

Channel surfing the vast cultural wasteland: On TV tonight, Kelly Osbourne, famous for being the daughter of Ozzy, will host the CW channel's “2014 Young Hollywood Awards,” honoring entertainment's young stars.

But most of the stars will miss hearing their names called as winners because they'll be looking down at their phones and texting.

Take me out to the ball game: A minor league baseball general manager in South Carolina had a prostate exam in front of a stadium packed with fans to promote prostate cancer awareness. The GM stuck his head out of the press box while a doctor performed the procedure.

Calling the play-by-play, the radio announcer said the exam ended with two balls and no strikes.

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