#ICYMI on TheWrap: 10 of the Week’s Top Showbiz Stories (Video)

In case you missed it, Facebook Turned 10, Ashton Kutcher zinged Charlie Sheen, and Jay Leno said goodbye to NBC’s “Tonight Show” for good

Philip Seymour Hoffman Death: Appreciating an Everyman Actor and Extraordinary Talent
Hoffman died on Sunday of a suspected heroin overdose, but a New York medical examiner has yet to determine an official cause of death. The Oscar-winning actor’s funeral in New York City on Friday drew famous friends including Marisa Tomei, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Louis C.K. and Amy Adams.

Facebook Turns 10: How It Became an ‘Integral’ Part of Hollywood
Facebook is just a decade old, but it is already vital to every movie studio’s plans

Amazon Says Its Pilot System Is Working, but What About Binge Viewing?
The online giant isn’t convinced that the the binge approach favored by rival Netflix is the best way to release original programming

WaxWord: Producer of Egypt’s ‘The Square': Oscar Nomination Has Created Controversy
“You’re entering a space where the dust hasn’t settled in a time when certain groups are trying to rewrite history,” Karim Amer tells TheWrap

Pilot Season 2014: TheWrap’s Complete Network Guide
Every single pilot the broadcast networks are considering

Dylan Farrow Responds to Backlash – and Brother’s ‘Evil’ Betrayal – Over Woody Allen Sex Abuse Allegations
Mia Farrow’s daughter detailed sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen in an essay published in the New York Times last weekend.

Ashton Kutcher Tells Charlie Sheen to ‘Shut the F– Up’ About ‘Two and a Half Men’ (Video)
Sheen quickly apologized on Twitter. Then threatened to put Kutcher in the hospital two hours later.

Coca Cola’s ‘It’s Beautiful’ Ad Proves Some Americans Still Can’t Recognize the Beauty of Diversity (Video)
Since the Super Bowl was so boring, Americans had to entertain themselves somehow. Unfortunately, many chose to scream and shout about a multi-lingual rendition of “America the Beautiful.” Some were also upset that the commercial featured openly gay parents, and Stephen Colbert griped that no one would be more offended than the lesbian who wrote the song.

George Zimmerman Set for Celebrity Boxing Match With DMX, a Rapper Set on Doing Disgusting Things to Him
The Ruff Ryder plans on doing much more to Zimmerman’s face than punching it.

Jay Leno’s Tear-Jerker ‘Tonight Show’ Goodbye: ‘I’m the Luckiest Guy in the World’ (Video)
But not before giving NBC one final jab in his last opening monologue. Enjoy nine of the Leno’s greatest “Tonight Show” moments.

Super Bowl XLVIII Is Most-Watched TV Show in U.S. History With 112.2 Million Viewers (Updated)
The Denver Broncos couldn’t make any plays, but they did help make television history.

Trio of ’80s Hit Movie Remakes Put Valentine’s Day Box Office in Time Warp
“About Last Night,” “Robocop” and “Endless Love” – all updates of well-known 1980s films – will go head-to-head on the holiday weekend

Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Comes Back Strong, Thanks to Robert Kirkman
Characters’ creator knows them best, and it shows in mid-season return.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Solves ‘Sesame Street’ ‘Brain-Bending Challenge’ With Muppet Help (Video)
“Sherlock” star’s powers of deduction are not as strong as one would hope.

Sandra Bullock Fights Off Tears During Emotional Jay Leno Send Off (Video)

Piers Morgan and Transgender Guest Janet Mock Get Into Heated Exchange During Second Interview (Video)
Morgan was “peeved” at angry response to first appearance, while Mock says first interview on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live” was “false advertising” and “infotainment.”