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  • Things Did Not End Well for the Real Crocodile Dundee
    Interest in the Crocodile Dundee franchise has been reignited by the strong reaction to a bizarre series of Tourism Australia commercials that first appeared during the 2018 Superbowl broadcast....but what happened to the
  • My Star is Born Experience: Watching History Unfold in Real Time
    We went to see A Star is Born on its opening weekend and my summary description of the film is that several stars were born in the making of that film, with Oscar whispers already starting for the film, Bradley Cooper, Lady
  • Kaley Cuoco Hints at ‘Big Bang’ Spinoff
    As the cast and fans of the Big Bang Theory prepare for its last season, actress Kaley Cuoco has hinted that this may not be her last season portraying  Penny Hofstetter. With season 12 beginning tonight on CBS, Cuoco,
  • Ashley Judd Sues Harvey Weinstein For ‘Blacklisting’ Her
    Ashley Judd is suing Harvey Weinstein for allegedly torpedoing her career by spreading “false and malicious statements” regarding her “professionalism as an actor,” according to a complaint filed in Los Angeles on
  • Review: ‘The Post’ Tells It Like It Was in 1971
    'The Post', the new film by Steven Spielberg, covers the events during a three week period in 1971 when freedom of the press in the United States hung in the balance over the publication of the Pentagon Papers.
  • YouTube Star Logan Paul Faces Backlash Over Recent Video
    YouTube celebrity Logan Paul put out a disturbing video over the weekend in which he filmed himself with a corpse in Japan’s infamous “suicide forest.' The video has since been removed by
  • Bob Dylan’s Lyrics Imported from China
    In 2014, as if anticipating his Nobel Prize for Literature by two years, Bob Dylan published what he considers the authoritative version of his lyrics from 1961 to 2012, appropriately called The Lyrics, in which the
  • Capsule Movie Reviews: Arrival, Doctor Strange, Shooter, Star Wars VII
        And now, for a couple of lighter moments: Capsule Reviews Arrival, which  should be re-titled “Dead on Arrival,” is one of the most boring alien invasion-time travel paradox films I’ve ever
  • Some Things to Think About While Watching the Oscars
    The problem with people  who make pronouncements about discrimination in Hollywood is that Hollywood isn’t a monolith.  That’s the myth.  The reality is that the film industry is no longer headquartered in
  • Pete Seeger, Folk Music Legend, Dies at 94
    Pete Seeger, the banjo-picking folk music legend, passed away at 94 on January 27th, one of the last remaining remnants of the folk music revival movement that led circuitously from early 20th century rough-cut folk singers
  • Movies: Concussion, SWVII, Hateful 8
    We’ve been going to the movies a lot more lately, searching for something of value. The pickings have been rather slim. Here are some picks from the litter, some good, some not so much. Concussion One surprise was Will
  • Odom Reportedly Out of Coma
    After being in a coma for four days, former NBA star Lamar Odom’s health has continued to improve since he awoke late yesterday, however, he still remains hospitalized in the ICU. Multiple news reports on Saturday
  • Lamar Odom Found Unconscious
    Lamar Odom, a former NBA player who became a hit reality television star after marrying Khloe Kardashian, was hospitalized Tuesday after he was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel. The 35-year-old, who won two
  • Randy Quaid Arrested at VT Border
    Actor Randy Quaid was arrested Friday evening while he was attempting to cross the border into the United States from Canada, Vermont State Police said. The Independence Day actor was stopped by troopers at the Highgate
  • Disneyland Celebrates 60th Anniversary
    It was 60 years ago on July 17th that Disneyland opened up its gates to the public for the very first time. The iconic theme park in Anaheim, California has been celebrating its 60th anniversary with a nostalgia-soaked
  • Rumors Say George Clooney Marriage is in Jeopardy
    The less than one-year old marriage between actor George Clooney and civil rights attorney Amal Alamuddin is in jeopardy… or so it seems. Rumors are flying that Clooney, 54, who has been married to Alamuddin since
  • ‘Lyfe’ is Self-Conscious and Spellbinding at Lincoln Center
    Lyfe, a self-conscious and spellbinding collaboration between concept designer and filmmaker Alex Reeves, and Glass Ghost, a three-piece indie band from Brooklyn signed to the Austin-based Western Vinyl label, turned
  • Meet the New Caitlyn Jenner
    So long Bruce…hello Caitlyn!  The 65-year-old athlete, father and ex-husband to reality tv star Kris Jenner, made her debut as Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of July’s issue of Vanity Fair magazine, which is already
  • Blues Legend BB King Dead at 89
    BB King, whose hits include the likes of  Thrill is Gone, died in his sleep at his Las Vegas home on Thursday according to his website. He was 89. Many fellow musicians took to social media to express their condolences and
  • TV Networks to Make Changes to Fall 2015-2016 Lineup
    Beware television lovers because in a matter of weeks the five major networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and the CW) will be cancelling dozens of shows that were not able to meet ratings expectations. Online sources have compiled
  • Fifty Shades of Grey Sequel to Be More of a Thriller
    The upcoming sequel to the February, 2015 erotic film, Fifty Shades of Grey, will most likely be a thriller, according to Universal Pictures chairman, Donna Langley. Fifty Shades Darker, the second installment of the Grey
  • Remembering the Life and Legacy of Selena 20 Years Later
    Twenty years after Selena’s tragic death, fans will get a chance to honor the late singer’s legacy by attending a series of festivities that are scheduled to take place beginning April 17th.  At first,
  • HBO Airs Documentary on Designer Drug Traffic Tonight
    The world of synthetic drugs thrives off of accessibility and false advertising. While products are billed as “natural,” they are anything but. Chemical analyses have revealed that synthetic drugs do not contain dried
  • Joni Mitchell in Good Spirits at Los Angeles Hospital
    Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell was hospitalized Tuesday, her official website confirmed. When asked for information regarding Mitchell, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman said that about 2:30 p.m., a person in the 600
  • WrestleMania 31 Cashes in With Excitement
    On Sunday, the WWE hosted its 31st WrestleMania, and the event did not disappoint in both entertainment and feats of athleticism. There was also a shocking finish as Seth Rollins cashed in his “Money in the Bank”
  • WWE to Induct Fan to Hall of Fame
    When the first bell rings the gladiators in the ring will commence in battle, as heroes and villains clash at WWE’s most celebrated event, WrestleMania. The day before the event, the company will honor its past with its
  • Madonna Takes a Spill at 2015 Brit Awards Bash in London
    The 2015 Brit Awards on February 25th will be unforgettable for American pop star Madonna, who took a bad spill onstage while performing her hit single “Living for Love” for a live audience.  The fall from the
  • ‘Dancing with the Stars’ marks 10th Anniversary with ABC
    Get ready to break out those dancing shoes because ABC’s hit reality television show Dancing with the Stars is set to return March 16th, just in time to celebrate its’ 10th anniversary with ABC. Just recently, ABC
  • J.K. Simmons, “Birdman”, Julianne Moore, Nab Golden Trophies at Oscars’
    It was another spectacular evening at 87th annual Academy Awards, especially for J.K. Simmons, the native Detroiter,who took home his first Oscar as best supporting actor for his role as a sinister music teacher in the
  • John Travolta and Clint Eastwood: Creeper Zone vs Cool
    The Twitter world blew up last night with blasts about John Travolta descending into the dreaded creeper zone. In contrast, Clint Eastwood remains the icon of cool. Both aging celebrities remain in the public eye.
  • Move Over E-Readers, Make Room for Paper Books
    Back in 2007, when the first e-reader, the Kindle, was released, a new debate started— paper or electronic? Before e-books, bookstores across the country used to sell only paper books.  Their bookshelves were filled
  • Sam Smith, Eminem and Beck Snag Big Wins at Grammys
    This year’s 57th annual star-studded Grammy awards ceremony turned out to be a huge success for British soul singer, Sam Smith, local Detroit rap artist, Marshall Bruce Mathers III (the rapper also known as Eminem)R&B
  • Gotham Recap – The Scarecrow (Episode 15)
    In the latest installment of the Gotham series, a future villain is born in this episode showing his origins, Fish Mooney finds herself in a dark situation, Bruce Wayne is attempting to do tasks on his own, and the Penguin
  • Gotham Recap – The Fearsome Dr. Crane (Episode 14)
    Last night’s episode of Gotham on FOX introduced a new villain into the show, while the show’s most popular villain, the Penguin, found himself looking death right in the eye. The episode began with a man strapped into
  • Val Kilmer Hospitalized With Potentially Deadly Tumor
    Val Kilmer, the once upon a time matinée idol and veteran scene stealer who nearly stole Top Gun from Tom Cruise, is facing another health crisis, and this time the outcome could be fatal for the devout Christian Scientist
  • Bobbi Kristina Brown Found Unresponsive in Bathtub Accident
    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only daughter of late singer Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was found face down in her bathtub at her Atlanta, Georgia home on Saturday morning. According to police, Brown’s husband, Nick
  • Fifty Shades May Not Be So Crazy
    Hot, sexy, dangerous and … controversial. Fifty Shades of Grey, the bestselling novel by E L James, has been turning heads since it was first released in May of 2011. The story revolves around a young literature student,
  • Gotham Recap – Welcome Back, Jim Gordon (Episode 13)
    Last night’s episode of Gotham saw some major happenings for many of the show’s main characters. Detective Gordon continues to do things his way regardless of who he may offend. In this most recent episode his true
  • Gotham Episode Review – Episode 12, What the Little Bird Told Him
    Monday night FOX aired the twelfth episode of the up-and-coming Gotham series. Viewers were treated to one of the best episodes of the season in an hour packed with plenty of drama, romance, and explosions. The episode
  • Exodus: Gods and Kings – Oy Gevalt! This Exodus Really Misses the Mark
    Film reviewers who do not get invited to pre-screenings for critics have to guard themselves carefully to avoid becoming contaminated by others’ opinions about the films they are about to review, but that is well nigh
  • Stars Wars 7? Too Much of a Good Thing?
    Until I slipped up today, I had successfully avoided absorbing any hype about the upcoming Disney Studios version of a Star Wars film, to the point where I’m not even sure whether this is Star Wars 7, 8, or 9, which
  • Amateur Pianists Meetups
    San Diego, CA – You don’t need to be on America’s Got Talent to show off your musical skills. You can probably find a local Meetup group that share your love of music with like-minded and talented
  • ‘State of Affairs’ Flops
    Katherine Heigl returned to network television last night in the 10 p.m. time slot with her new vehicle, State of Affairs, in which Heigl (also listed as an executive producer) is terribly miscast as a top CIA operative,
  • Interstellar Isn’t Stellar
    Christopher Nolan’s combination disaster epic – time travel conundrum – intergalactic adventure science fiction film, Interstellar,  earned $52 million during its first weekend in release. If Nolan was a
  • Miley Cyrus, Revisited
    It might seem a little premature to revisit the career of a 21 year-old singer, but Miley Cyrus deserves that consideration, because she’s more than she seems. Serious music critics have steered clear of Miley Cyrus