Category: Entertainment

Why a Cedars-Sinai hospital and BP use facial recognition (exclusive)

Join Transform 2021 this July 12-16. Register for the AI event of the year. (Reuters) – Deployments of facial recognition from Israeli startup AnyVision show how the surveillance software has gained adoption across the United States even as regulatory and ethical debates about it rage. The technology finds certain faces in photos or videos, with […]

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Emilia Clarke Is Reportedly Joining Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Series For Disney+

The Mother of Dragons might be making the jump to Marvel. Emilia Clarke is reportedly in talks to join Marvel’s Secret Invasion, one of its recently announced series headed to Disney+. Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn are confirmed to reprise their roles (Nick Fury and his Skrull ally Talos), and Kingsley Ben-Adir and Olivia […]

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Game Changers: ‘Insecure’ creator Issa Rae on navigating imposter syndrome: ‘Be confident in what it is that you are putting out there’

Game Changers is a Yahoo Entertainment video interview series highlighting the diverse creators disrupting Hollywood — and the pioneers who paved the way. When Issa Rae created Awkward Black Girl in 2011, she never imagined her YouTube series would evolve and become one of the biggest TV shows of the decade. For Rae, she was […]

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El príncipe Carlos “animó a la reina para obligar a su hermano Andrés a renunciar a los deberes reales” tras entrevista con BBC

(Adrian Dennis/Pool/Shutterstock) El príncipe Carlos fue responsable de “alentar a la reina ” para que hiciera que el príncipe Andrés se alejara de sus deberes reales después de su muy criticada entrevista con la BBC Newsnight en 2019, afirma un experto real. El duque de York, que fue entrevistado por Emily Maitlis sobre su amistad […]

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James Corden Gave A Passionate Explanation On Why The Super League Will Ruin Soccer

On Sunday, 12 of the richest clubs in European soccer announced the formation of a new Super League that will feature 15 permanent “founding” clubs and a rotation of five clubs each year that can qualify. It is a brazen cash grab from owners looking to ensure they get the massive payouts the Champions League […]

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What Cheech and Chong’s Tommy Chong Says Smoking Marijuana With Arnold Schwarzenegger Was Like

At first glance, Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Governor of California and a seven-time Mr. Olympia, and Tommy Chong, a stoner and comedian of the duo “Cheech and Chong,” wouldn’t seem to have much in common. But Chong says he struck up an unlikely friendship with Schwarzenegger and other famous body builders from California’s Muscle Beach that […]

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Netflix Is Developing A ‘Florida Man’ Dramatic Series That Will Star Edgar Ramirez

The term “Florida Man” was first coined in 2013, and since then, it’s gotten a lot of mileage. We’re always hearing about some eccentric, sometimes with a creative relationship with the law, like the shirtless guy done up like the Joker prematurely declaring the pandemic over, or a certain Republican representative under investigation for ties […]

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Who Is Shang-Chi? Here’s What You Need To Know About Marvel’s Asian Superhero

After a long road filled with teasing announcements and unfortunate delays, we are finally entering phase four in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and man is it kicking off with a bang. In addition to a fantastic line-up of Disney+ exclusive series, there are four highly-anticipated Marvel coming to theaters this year — Black Widow, Shang-Chi […]

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It’s Official: Michael Keaton Will Play Batman Again In ‘The Flash’

It’s official. Michael Keaton’s Batman will return for Ezra Miller’s solo The Flash movie. After months of carefully worded reports, and at one point, hesitant quotes from Keaton himself that he might not say “yes” to the project because of COVID, his agency have confirmed to The Wrap that Keaton will be reprising his iconic […]

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What’s On Tonight: Nat Geo Launches ‘IMPACT With Gal Gadot,’ And The ‘9-1-1’ Franchise Returns

National Geographic Presents: IMPACT with Gal Gadot (National Geographic on YouTube) — This short-form documentary series will run for six episodes to tell powerful stories of women who are leading violence-and-poverty-stricken communities. From Brazil to Puerto Rico, Michigan, California, Louisiana, and Tennessee, this series will show these women standing up while remaining unafraid to dream […]

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Marvel Found A Way For ‘WandaVision’ And ‘Falcon And Winter Soldier’ To Not Compete Against Each Other At The Emmys

Disney+’s first live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, was nominated for 13 Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series. That puts pressure on the streaming service’s Marvel shows, WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, to also be factors during awards season. But only one of them will compete against Baby Yoda. Nate Moore, the vice […]

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Director Josh Rofe On ‘Sasquatch,’ His New Hulu Murder Mystery Doc Set In California’s Eerie Emerald Triangle

When I was a kid my family and I would occasionally visit my cousins up in Mendocino County, a few hours north of San Francisco. A land of twisty roads, rugged terrain, and massive redwoods, I always found something indescribably eerie about the place, where towering, thousand-year old trees distort and block out bright sunlight […]

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Masks Will Not Be Required At The Oscars But Will Be ‘Central To The Narrative,’ Whatever Exactly That Means

One of the most important things we as a society can do during a pandemic is safely give out awards to very wealthy actors for movies many people could not safely go see in theaters over the last year or so. But apparently, sometimes optics are more important than actually being safe and wearing masks […]

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The Zombie Tiger In Zack Snyder’s ‘Army Of The Dead’ Has A Surprising Connection To ‘Tiger King’

Zack Snyder is still revealing secrets about the expanded Justice League his most rabid fans still want to force into existence, but he’s also moving on to a zombie universe that has its own Easter eggs. Army of the Dead is the latest Snyder film generating some considerable buzz online, especially after a wild trailer […]

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Morrissey Called Out ‘The Simpsons’ For A ‘Hurtful’ And ‘Racist’ Parody Of The Smiths’ Singer

In the world of The Simpsons, Harry Potter is Angelica Button, Apple is Mapple, and the Smiths is the Snuffs, led by lead singer, Quilloughby. During last night’s new episode of the Fox animated series, “Panic on the Streets of Springfield,” Lisa discovers the moody rock band and imagines the vocalist, whose songs include “Hamburger […]

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John Oliver Takes Aim At Those Middle-Of-The-Night Fox News Commercials To Savage Effect

John Oliver knows that the seemingly unending rash of police brutality against Black Americans has had a bit of a numbing effect. The Last Week Tonight has tackled the subject many times over the past handful of years, including discussions about defunding the police and accountability for law enforcement. So, he wanted to “break the […]

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Deloitte: Consumers load up on subscriptions but are frustrated with fragmentation

Join GamesBeat Summit 2021 this April 28-29. Register for a free or VIP pass today. Consumers are loading up on digital media subscriptions with the average subscriber having four paid video streaming services per household, two paid music services, and three paid gaming services on average, according to a report by accounting and consulting firm […]

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Tracing how Nayanthara has made a career out of balancing hero-led films and performance-oriented parts

From her beginnings as a village girl in a Sathyan Anthikad film, Nayanthara has grown to be a formidable presence in the South Indian film industry. She has managed the rare feat of breaking through to the superstar level in an otherwise male-dominated arena €” all while managing to straddle performance-oriented films and masala flick […]

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Zack Snyder Revealed Who He Cast To Play Green Lantern In His ‘Justice League’ Cut

Zack Snyder’s Justice League was the talk of the superhero world just a few short weeks ago, and by now many people may have actually been able to finish watching the four-hour epic. With that in mind, we now know even more details about just how vast the vision Snyder had for the DC movie. […]

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