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Daily Archives: January 30, 2018

Aaron Carter Announces Tour, First Album in 15 Years

“Aaron’s Party” is back. Aaron Carter is set to release LøVë,his first album in 15 years, on Feb. 16, it was revealed on Tuesday. “For me, it’s all about the music. And if there is one lesson I’ve learned this [last] year, it’s to not dwell on the past, but to live for the future,” the 30-year-old singer said in a ...

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'Hello, Dolly!' sets a date for L.A. and leads Hollywood Pantages' 2018-19 season

Big names also are attached to the Pantages-bound production of “A Bronx Tale,” directed by Robert DeNiro. Based on the 1993 film, the musical has a book by Chazz Palminteri, music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Glenn Slater. It’s the first show in the Pantages’ next season, with performances beginning Nov. 6. Let’s block ads! (Why?) … ENTERTAINMENT – ...

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Why Netflix And Amazon Sat Out Of The Sundance Buyer Market

The film industry is still trying to figure out the acquisition and distribution approaches of relative newcomer streaming services like Amazon, Hulu, Netflix and more. In years past, these companies have arrived at annual film festivals like Sundance and even Cannes with their pocketbooks in hand, looking to make a splash by picking up eventual awards contenders. Movies like Mudbound ...

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Sorry, Cucks: Tim Allen's New Movie Will End PC Culture

Oh, good. Television and film bajillionaire Tim Allen has joined the cast of a “docudrama” called No Safe Spaces, which you have correctly guessed will be a feature-length whine about political correctness and its negative effects on comedy. Adam Corolla and shout-radio personality Dennis Prager have been crowd-sourcing the film, which should hit… Entertainment – Esquire

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Meghan Markle Is Just Beginning the 'Crazy Part of Her Life,' Patrick J. Adams Says

Patrick J. Adams is getting candid about his decision to leave Suits. The 36-year-old actor announced on Tuesday that he was exiting the USA Network legal drama after seven seasons, and in a new interview, he’s revealing why he felt it was time to say goodbye to Mike Ross, the character he’s played since the series debuted in 2011. Adam… News

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