Entertainment

Review: ‘Licorice Pizza’ Is One Of The Year’s Greatest Films

November 25, 2021

Find a theatre where “Licorice Pizza” is playing (it’s not currently streaming) and get ready for a screwball comedy explosion about the serious business of first love instead of trying to get a fix on the whirlwind of dizzying delights that writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson calls “Licorice Pizza.” The film has major names like Bradley […]

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In Touching Video, Dwayne Johnson Presents Navy Veteran With His “Own Custom Truck.”

November 25, 2021

One Navy veteran was given the surprise of a lifetime when he met Dwayne Johnson and was given the opportunity to drive away in the actor’s Own Custom Truck. On Wednesday, the actor posted a video to Instagram in which he arrived at a fan screening of his new film, “Red Notice,” and handed Oscar […]

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Teri Hatcher & James Denton Of ‘Desperate Housewives’ Chat About Reuniting For Christmas Film

November 20, 2021

Teri Hatcher and James Denton, stars of “Desperate Housewives,” are reunited for the first time since leaving Wisteria Lane over ten years ago. The couple told “Good Morning America” that chemistry-wise, they “just slipped right back into” sharing the screen again for “A Kiss Before Christmas,” their new Hallmark Channel holiday film premiering Sunday. “There’s […]

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“I’d Love To Play Superman Again,” Henry Cavill Added. It Is Still In The Closet,’ He Says.

November 11, 2021

In all, Henry Cavill has played Superman four times: in 2013’s “Man of Steel,” 2016’s “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” and 2017’s “Justice League,” which was re-cut and re-released as Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” in 2021. However, the actor recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he’d like to try again. He revealed, “The cape […]

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Review: ‘Belfast’ The Front-Runner For The Best Picture Oscar

November 6, 2021

It’s easy to understand why Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast,” which is still playing in theatres, is the front-runner for the Academy Award for Best Picture. This year’s films may be larger, more expensive, and showier, but none cuts a straighter, more honest road to the heart than “Belfast.” Buddy (Jude Hill), a 9-year-old boy living up […]

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Shonda Rhimes Praises Regé-Jean Page For Leaving ‘Bridgerton’ After One Season

November 4, 2021

While fans may be disappointed that their favorite Duke of Hastings will no longer feature in “Bridgerton,” one fan applauds Regé-Jean Page for departing the show on the right foot. Shonda Rhimes, the showrunner, stated to Variety why she has no animosity against Page and is totally supportive of his choice to star in only […]

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Royal Treasures And Kobe Bryant’s Sneakers Will Be Auctions In Geneva

November 4, 2021

GENEVA — A diamond bracelet formerly owned by Marie Antoinette of France and a sapphire-and-diamond brooch with matching ear clips previously worn by a Russian grand duchess are among the highlights of jeweler and other collectibles auctions in Geneva next week. A pair of high-top Nike sneakers from late NBA star Kobe Bryant, the Los […]

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Dwayne Johnson Has Promised No Actual Guns in Any of His Films Following the ‘Rust’ Shootings

November 4, 2021

Seven Bucks Productions, the production firm headed by Dwayne Johnson, has committed not to utilize actual weapons in any of its future productions in the wake of the unfortunate murder of cameraman Halyna Hutchins in the film “Rust.” Johnson, 49, announced the news at the premiere of his new Netflix film “Red Notice,” which also […]

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Emily Blunt Opens More About the Supper That Cemented Her Relationship with John Krasinski

October 28, 2021

If it’s true that the route to a man’s heart is through his stomach, Emily Blunt has the perfect recipe for you. The “Jungle Cruise” star, who has been married to actor John Krasinski since 2010, revealed the dinner she cooked for him that made him fall in love with her. “I think I simply […]

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‘Last Night In Soho’ Brings Together the Past And The Present

October 28, 2021

VENICE, Italy — It’s a few hours before Edgar Wright’s ” Last Night in Soho ” has its global debut at the Venice Film Festival, and Wright is teary-eyed. He’s narrating a story about Diana Rigg, the actress. On the final day he saw her, he had a terrific one containing Campari and soda. Campari […]

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