Month: January 2021

The Patty Jenkins-directed DC sequel has grossed more than $100M worldwide according to Warner Bros. Wonder Woman 1984 opened to $16.7M domestic last weekend in the U.S. and Canada where 60% of 5,5k theaters are shutdown. The film is also available on the studio’s streaming service HBO Max which is only available stateside, but will expand
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Let’s herald in the new year with a report on the first crime novels publishers have lined up for us in January. And it all begins with a look back on the extraordinary career of one of the boldest voices in 20th century crime writing – that of Patricia Highsmith. If you’ve read Ripley and
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In what host Ryan Seacrest described as “a first”, President-elect Joe Biden and future First Lady Jill Biden appeared live from their home on ABC’s Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest. During the interview, broadcast on jumbotrons in Time Square, Joe and Jill Biden thanked frontline and essential workers for their bravery
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Finding positivity in the infamous year that is 2020 may seem like a challenge, especially in the film world. Ever since the pandemic became an unfortunate factor in our lives, one of the many side effects has been the rampant pushbacks of anticipated films to later dates, including horror films like A Quiet Place: Part
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#9. One Night In Miami Average Score: 4.1/5 Regina King has been on an incredible roll in the last few couple years, following up her Oscar-winning work in If Beale Street Could Talk with the awe-inspiring Watchmen on HBO, and applause is only growing louder now that she’s followed up those projects with her directorial
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New year, new baby? Maybe not quite, but we’re guessing you’re here because you’re starting to think about it. Or maybe you’ve done your thinking and are in the ‘seeing what happens’ phase. And maybe nothing’s happened. Yet. If 2021 is the year you’re making a concerted effort to start a family – or simply
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Sony Pictures Television is the latest TV studio to extend the holiday production hiatus of its Los Angeles-based series amid an unprecedented surge in coronavirus infections and Covid-19 deaths in LA County. Production on the studio’s ABC comedy series The Goldbergs and Netflix’s Atypical, which was scheduled to resume next week, week of Jan. 4,
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Adrian Halen 12/31/2020 Music NEW VIDEO ALERT! W.E.T. “GOT TO BE ABOUT LOVE” NEW ALBUM “RETRANISMISSION” DUE JANUARY 22, 2021 VIA FRONTIERS MUSIC SRL [embedded content] W.E.T. has dropped another new single & video, ‘Got To Be About Love’! Some killer music for you to kick off your week, no? Turn it up loud and
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Exclusive Nick McGlashan, a 7th generation fisherman who starred in “Deadliest Catch,” has died … TMZ has learned. The Medical Examiner and family tell TMZ … Nick passed away Sunday in Nashville. The cause of death has not been determined. Nick appeared on the show for years … from 2013 – 2020, in 78 episodes.
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