Tag: Entertainment

No, The Billy Mitchell In Trump’s Mount Rushmore Statue Garden Is Not The ‘Donkey Kong’ Guy

The statue garden Donald Trump announced at Mount Rushmore has a truly bizarre collection of names, but it apparently doesn’t include the guy from The King of Kong. The Trump administration announced the Garden Of American Heroes on Monday as part of an executive order Trump issued in his final days in office. The command […]

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What’s On Tonight: The Unbridled Chaos Of The ‘9-1-1’ Universe Is Back, Thank God

9-1-1 (FOX, 8:00pm) — Network TV’s getting back on track, and that includes the flagship series of this gloriously chaotic franchise. This week, the Hollywood Reservoir dam breaks, which somehow results in a city bus crash-landing several stories into a skyscraper? Alright, let’s do this thing again. 9-1-1: Lone Star (FOX, 9:00pm) — Meanwhile in […]

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Apple Could Be Looking To Launch A Podcast Subscription Service

Right now, the podcasts you access from Apple are pretty much free. However, to better compete with Spotify and to attract more podcasters to its platform, it seems that Apple could be planning on launching their own podcast subscription service, according to a report from The Information (paywall). Advertising Apple has long offered users the […]

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Russell Crowe Defended ‘Master And Commander’ And Its Director After He Was Tagged In A Tweet About It

Life in quarantine is tough for everyone, but for millions of Americans the extended time spent at home amid the coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot more hours to watch TV and movies they may have missed. Or if that sounds boring, they can simply tweet about movies and get their stars to defend them […]

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‘The Walking Dead’ Universe Shows’ 2021 Release Dates Have All Been Outlined By AMC

When the various The Walking Dead series went on hiatus back in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the expectation was that they’d be gone for three to four weeks, they’d pick-up production where they left off, and that the release plans for the series itself would not be delayed. That obviously changed. Dramatically. […]

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The ‘John Wick’ Creator’s Latest Project Is A ‘Dungeons And Dragons’ TV Show

The man behind John Wick is apparently setting his sights on the Dungeons and Dragons universe by way of an RPG-focused television show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Derek Kolstad, the writer behind the John Wick franchise, is working on a live-action series based on the pen-and-paper role playing game. A Dungeons and Dragons movie […]

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‘Bridgerton’ Star Phoebe Dynevor Explains Why Filming Season 2 Could Be Extra Tricky

If the Top 10 list on Netflix is to be believed, the people are desperate for more Bridgerton. But actually delivering a second season of the soapy Shondra Rhimes-produced drama may be a bit harder because of, you know, that still-ongoing pandemic. That’s according, at least, to the show’s star. Phoebe Dynevor, who played Daphne […]

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Weekend Preview: ‘WandaVision,’ ‘One Night in Miami,’ And A Wonderfully Ridiculous Amount Of Fresh Streaming Content

WandaVision (Disney+ series premiere) — Marvel fans, prepare for the official launch of Phase Four with this show that will get very weird very fast, while two galaxy-crossed lovers take a rip-roaring ride through decades before this series turns into a full-on action affair. Our own Mike Ryan calls the series “a wickedly retro treat […]

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Kate Winslet Explains Why Her Husband Changed His Name To (And Back From) ‘Ned Rocknroll’

Kate Winslet’s husband has gone on quite the name journey. Richard Branson’s nephew was born Edward Abel Smith (boring), but he changed it to Ned Rocknroll (hell yeah) in 2008 before reversing his decision in 2019; now he’s Edward Abel Smith (blech) again. That’s like if the person who invented the electric guitar decided “nah” […]

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The ‘Last Week Tonight’ Season 8 Trailer Promises John Oliver Will Return To Help Us Through 2021

After detonating the words “2020” and finally getting the tongue lashing from Adam Driver he so desperately wanted in the Season 7 finale, John Oliver will return when Last Week Tonight comes back for its eighth season in February. To promote Oliver’s return, HBO tossed together a trailer for Season 8, which is mostly just […]

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Nicolas Cage Has To Spend The Night Fighting Evil Animatronics In The ‘Willy’s Wonderland’ Trailer

You know that trope where a character has to spend a night in a creepy old mansion and if they’re still alive the next morning, they inherit or win something? Willy’s Wonderland is basically that, except with Nicolas Cage, a Chuck E. Cheese-style restaurant filled with evil animatronic robots, and a cool-ass car. House on […]

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Jack Kirby’s Son Is Tired Of Seeing ‘Insurrectionists’ Wearing Shirts With Trump Dressed Like Captain America

Captain America was a comic book character created specifically to fight fascism, which is perhaps why the son of the man who created the Marvel superhero is so frustrated with seeing Cap associated with Donald Trump. Jack Kirby and Joe Simon’s Captain America has been the focal point of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and battling […]

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Kingsley Ben-Adir On Playing Malcolm X In The Terrific ‘One Night In Miami’

In the last few months, we’ve seen the British-born Kingsley Ben-Adir play two of the most famous Americans of the last century, Barack Obama in The Comey Rule, and now Malcolm X in Regina King’s wonderful One Night in Miami (which hits Amazon on Friday). The premise of the film, based on the night in […]

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Chloé Zhao’s Best Picture Contender, ‘Nomadland,’ Is Coming To Hulu

There’s no obvious favorite for Best Picture at the 2021 Oscars yet, but Nomadland is a strong contender. Chloé Zhao’s follow-up to The Rider (also very good) was one of the best-reviewed movies of 2020, with a predictably stellar lead performance from Frances McDormand. “How is it a 2020 movie if it hasn’t come out […]

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Chris Evans Is Reportedly Considering Returning As Captain America, And Speculation Is Running Wild About What This Means

Marvel fans are understandably freaking out after a Deadline report that Chris Evans is in talks to return as Captain America. While little is known about how Evans’ return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe would play out following the events of Avengers: Endgame where Steve Rogers ends the film as an elderly who lived a […]

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What’s On Tonight: ‘Everyone Is Doing Great’ Gets Comedic, And ‘Night Stalker’ Unravels A Serial Killer

Everyone Is Doing Great (Hulu/Endeavor Series) — A little lightness will come in handy right about now, so this series from One Tree Hill alums James Lafferty and Stephen Colletti could hit the spot. Lafferty and Colletti star as former TV A-listers, who happened to play vampires on an enormously popular series called Eternals. Five […]

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Norah O’Donnell Discovers Her Great-Grandmother Was Widowed at 19, Grandmother Began Working at 12

Norah O’Donnell has discovered a piece of her family history that had been lost for generations as the “CBS Evening News” anchor learned that her great-grandmother was widowed at 19. O’Donnell learned of her family history thanks to the help of famed professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., on his acclaimed PBS series, “Finding Your Roots.” […]

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Fans Throng to Cinema Halls as Vijay-Starrer Master Releases Today

The Canadian Press Vancouver Canucks sign defenceman Hamonic to one-year, US$1.25-million deal VANCOUVER — Playing for the Calgary Flames, defenceman Travis Hamonic got a close-up view of the Vancouver Canucks’ skilled, young talent.Going up against the likes of Elias Pettersson, Quinn Hughes and Bo Horvat wasn’t easy, he said.After signing a one-year, US$1.25-million deal with […]

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