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The Rolling Stones Honored Their Late Drummer Charlie Watts In Their First Live Show Since His Death

The death of The Rolling Stones’ legendary drummer Charlie Watts was a difficult blow for the band, their fans, and those close to the musician. Although he already wasn’t slated to head out on tour with the band on their upcoming tour due to health concerns, it still makes the band’s latest stint on the […]

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Warriors Owner Joe Lacob Doesn’t Seem High On A Ben Simmons Trade: ‘He Makes A Lot Of Money And Can He Finish Games?’

The Golden State Warriors keep popping up as a potential trade destination for Ben Simmons despite the fact that the team seems adamant that it does not want to make a deal happen. The logic for including them in these conversations is sound: they like stars, Simmons is a star, and as their core is […]

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The Producers Of The Emmys Are Pretty Ticked Off At Seth Rogen

This year’s Emmys did a bit better in the ratings than the one before. Perhaps that had to do with it mostly being an in-person affair again, with only a few (like The Crown winner Olivia Colman) beaming in from elsewhere. (And no one accepted an award in their basement in a kimono this time.) […]

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The Weeknd Is Accused Of Ripping Off An Electro-House Duo On His 2018 Track ‘Call Out My Name’

The Weeknd has some new legal troubles on his hands. The singer has been accused of plagiarism by an electro-house duo in a new lawsuit. Epikker’s Suniel Fox and Henry Strange claim the singer’s 2018 track, “Call Out My Name,” off his EP My Dear Melancholy, ripped off their 2017 song “Vibeking.” The lawsuit also […]

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J. Cole Uses Drake’s ‘Pipe Down’ To Grapple With Fame And Success On ‘Heaven’s EP’

After going more than three years without a solo album, J. Cole made his return earlier this year with The Off-Season. The 12-track project saw the rapper step away from his formula of working without guest features. Instead, it included appearances from Bas, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, Morray, and 6lack. Four months after its release, […]

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People Are Mourning The Passing Of Willie Garson, Best Known As Stanford Blatch On ‘Sex And The City’

Willie Garson, the character actor best known as Carrie Bradshaw’s stylish male best friend Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City (and its forthcoming revival), passed away, it was reported on Tuesday. He was 57 years old. Born in Highland Park, New Jersey, Garson studied theater at Wesleyan and acquired an MFA from Yale Drama […]

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Hackers Are Already Selling ‘Call Of Duty: Vanguard’ Cheats Two Months Before It’s Out

Call of Duty: Vanguard had a multiplayer beta over the weekend. These betas are always a great opportunity for the developers of the game to stress test their game with some actual players. Unfortunately, these betas also highlighted a big problem: Cheaters have already found their way into Vanguard and were doing some stress tests […]

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Gunna Shows Love To A Specific Moment From Chloe Bailey’s MTV VMAs Performance

Last week, Chloe Bailey officially began her solo career with the release of “Have Mercy.” She also delivered an exuberant performance of her debut single at the 2021 MTV VMAs. The performance featured a unique moment that impressed many: her licking the microphone towards the end of the performance. That includes Gunna, who took to […]

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Spike Lee’s ‘Malcolm X’ Didn’t Care About The White Gaze Or Whitewashed Hero Worship

If a feel-good docudrama about the life of a decidedly not PC civil-rights leader is what audiences were hoping for when seeing Malcolm X for the very first time, director/co-writer Spike Lee immediately made it clear that this was not the film for them. The first thing we see onscreen as the film begins is […]

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People Are Showering ‘Elvira’ Star Cassandra Peterson With Love After She Revealed Her 19-Year Relationship With A Woman

For decades, the actress, writer, and singer Cassandra Peterson has been better known as her alter ego: Elvira, the horror hostess with the big hair and Mae West quips. She became a household name with the ‘80s horror movie show Movie Macabre. But there’s something else she kept close to the vest: In her new […]

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From ‘Shang-Chi’ To The Next ‘Home Alone’ Movie, Here’s Everything Announced For This Year’s Disney+ Day

According to a blog post published by Disney earlier today, Friday, November 12, 2021 will be the company’s first annual Disney+ Day. While fans can look forward to Disney’s signature sneak peeks and special looks, the celebrations will also include a huge influx of new content on the streaming service as well and in-park perks […]

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Est Gee And Lil Durk Reflect On Their Upbringings In The Dark ‘In Town’ Video

Right on the heels of his mixtape Bigger Than Life Or Death, Louisville rapper Est Gee has shared the video for his collaboration with Lil Durk, “In Town.” After a number of breakout songs like the title track of his mixtape, “Price Tag,” “Capitol 1” “Riata Dada,” and “5500 Degrees,” this new video reflects on […]

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Paramount+ and Showtime Are Teaming Up To Create A Streaming Package Ahead Of ‘Dexter’ Premiere

ViacomCBS, parent company of both Showtime and Paramount+, has announced their plans to bundle the two channel’s streaming services just ahead of Showtime’s Dexter revival series this Fall. While it’s not known how long the bundle will last, or what the package’s final pricing will be, the initial promotion of both services for $10 a […]

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Panda Express Has A New Orange Chicken Sandwich — Here’s Our Review

Fast food chicken sandwiches have become exhausting. Popeyes caught lightning in a bottle when they dropped their chicken sandwich on the world two years ago, but ever since then every fast food company on earth has raced to make a chicken sandwich that can step to the GOAT. We don’t need another Popeyes chicken sandwich, […]

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What’s On Tonight: A ‘Stargirl’ Showdown And The Latest Offbeat Netflix Dating Show

Stargirl (CW, 8:00pm) — Following an epic showdown time for the JSA and Cindy’s new team, Wildcat/Yolanda must make a heartbreaking decision following her crushing guilt over Brainwave’s death. Love on the Spectrum: Season 2 (Netflix series) — More stories of people on the autism spectrum arrive to show how they meet the challenges of […]

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The Britney Spears Conservatorship Fiasco Is About To Become A Juicy Netflix Documentary

Britney Spears has had it rough for a while, but recently things have been on the up-and-up. She recently got engaged. What’s more, the long battle over her conservatorship, which saw her father, Jamie, still in control over much of her life and her fortune, appears to be coming to an end. It’s the latter […]

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Fugees Are Going On A Reunion Tour To Celebrate 25 Years Of ‘The Score’

Fugees were only active for a few years, but their star burned brightly during that brief window thanks to their massively influential 1996 album The Score. That release celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, so Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Pras Michel are marking the occasion by reuniting for a brief set of reunion tour […]

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Trevor Noah Announced ‘The Daily Show’s Second Annual ‘Pandemmy’ Award Nominees

You can keep your outdated “there’s a fly on Mike Pence’s head” sketch and other 2021 Emmy Awards shenanigans. On Monday night, as The Wrap reported, Trevor Noah announced that his own awards show is making a comeback: the second annual Pandemmys are here! While a “second annual” anything might seem like a good thing, […]

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It Would Be A Tragedy To Not Watch A24’s ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’ Trailer With Denzel Washington And Frances McDormand

The Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan, may never make another movie together, but that doesn’t mean they’re done making movies. Well, maybe Ethan is, but Joel has made his first solo film, and it looks incredible. A24’s The Tragedy of Macbeth stars Denzel Washington as Lord Macbeth and Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth in a […]

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The ‘The Problem With Jon Stewart’ Trailer Offers The Closest Look Yet At Stewart’s New TV Home

With a little over a week to go before Jon Stewart‘s official return to television, Apple has a dropped a new trailer for his new vehicle The Problem with Jon Stewart. Like The Daily Show, the show will tackle current events. However, the episodes will be one hour long, and Stewart promises a more comprehensive […]

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Corey Taylor Refutes Machine Gun Kelly’s Explanation Of Why A Slipknot Collaboration Didn’t Work Out

In recent days, Machine Gun Kelly and Slipknot’s Corey Taylor have found themselves embroiled in some beef. The pair traded words, with Taylor dissing Kelly on a podcast and Kelly returning fire on stage at Riot Fest, while Slipknot was performing on a different stage at the fest at the same time. Then Kelly gave […]

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Seth MacFarlane Takes A Swing At Fox News While Unveiling His ‘Family Guy’ Covid-Vaccine PSA

“You’ve finally done something good, Seth MacFarlane,” Jimmy Kimmel declared. “You’ve finally done something for society.” Kimmel couldn’t help himself while hosting Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane as he prepared to unveil a Covid-vaccine PSA for the long-running show (20 years at this point). Yet this PSA is a logical step for MacFarlane, who’s pushed […]

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The ‘Ted Lasso’ Team Had A Wild Emmys Afterparty With Karaoke, Those Famous Biscuits, And Brendan Hunt Slipping Into His Coach Beard Attire

The Emmys were good to Ted Lasso, everyone’s favorite nice (but not only nice) show about a chipper (but also wounded) football (which is to say soccer) coach. The Apple TV+ comedy-drama picked up four trophies, including Outstanding Comedy Series, and awards for star Jason Sudeikis (who roasted his old SNL boss Lorne Michaels) and […]

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Kat Dennings Tells Us How Neil Gaiman Honest-To-God Told Her To ‘Be Yourself’ While Playing Death In ‘The Sandman’

Fans of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman graphic novels have patiently waited for decades to see whether the genre-stretching, sprawling work would spring from the pages into, well, more. This dream, of course, has been a double-edged sword, and I wondered if the lack of an adaptation was probably for the better. After all, the dark […]

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The Top 10 Video Games Of The 2000s

Just like our previous top games post we did covering the 2010s, this list was compiled using the aggregate review site Metacritic which I do for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, it just feels way more fair and inclusive than me picking my personal favorites and missing some of the great games I […]

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