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Bob Dylan sells his recorded music catalog to Sony

Bob Dylan’s recordings have reached the end of the line.

Sony Music Entertainment announced Monday that it had purchased the rights to all music recorded by the 80-year-old rock and folk star. That acquisition of Dylan’s recordings also includes “the rights to multiple future releases,” Sony said in a press release.

That music dates ...Read more

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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' star James Snyder fired from Broadway production after misconduct investigation

NEW YORK — A vanishing spell wasn’t necessary.

James Snyder, who starred in the Broadway production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” has been relieved of his duties following a conduct complaint from his co-star.

Representatives for the Tony Award-winning play announced Sunday night that the actor’s contract was terminated at ...Read more

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Kid Rock hints at touring retirement, calls for unity in video message

Kid Rock says his upcoming tour could be his final large scale outing in a video released on his Facebook page on Monday.

"I’m not trying to sell tickets, 'oh this is the last tour, you better come out and see me,' but it very well could be for the unforeseen future," Rock says in the 4-minute clip. "At 51 years old, it’s not getting any ...Read more

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Peloton says it had no part in 'Billions' heart attack reminiscent of Mr. Big's fate

Peloton has been implicated in the fate of another TV character, prompting a swift response from the popular stationary-bike company on Twitter Sunday and a denial of its involvement in the episode.

(Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Season 6 premiere of "Billions.")

When Showtime's "Billions" returned Sunday for its Season 6 premiere, right-...Read more

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Evan Rachel Wood alleges Marilyn Manson 'essentially raped' her during music video shoot

Evan Rachel Wood is getting more specific in her sexual abuse allegations against ex-fiance Marilyn Manson. In a new documentary, she says the singer “essentially raped” her during the filming of Manson’s 2007 “Heart-Shaped Glasses” music video.

“We had discussed a simulated sex scene, but once the cameras were rolling, he started ...Read more

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Simon Pegg says 'The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild' gives fan-favorite character an unexpected backstory

The “Ice Age” film franchise just got cooler.

The thrill-seeking, dinosaur-hunting weasel voiced by actor Simon Pegg for more than a decade gets his first movie as the central character with “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,” out Friday on Disney+.

“It is the product of a lot of hinting over the years,” Pegg told the Daily News...Read more

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Evan Rachel Wood says Marilyn Manson 'essentially raped' her on camera during 'Heart-Shaped Glasses' music video shoot

Evan Rachel Wood claims in a new documentary that then-boyfriend Marilyn Manson “essentially raped” her on camera during a 2007 music video.

Wood, now 34, debuted the Amy Berg-directed documentary, “Phoenix Rising,” at the Sundance Film Festival Sunday, complete with graphic, horrifying allegations against the rocker, who she has ...Read more

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Why everyone is talking about 'Encanto's' 'We Don't Talk About Bruno'

Everyone is talking about "Bruno."

"We Don't Talk About Bruno," the Latin pop earworm from the soundtrack to "Encanto," is a surprise smash on the pop charts, where it was No. 4 on last week's Billboard Hot 100 tally. That makes it the highest-charting track from a Disney animated movie in more than 25 years, topping even "Frozen's" inescapable...Read more

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Neal Justin: Why I adored Louie Anderson

There was a time I felt sorry for Louie Anderson.

After a stupendous run in the 1980s and '90s that included a legendary debut on "The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson," an Emmy Award-winning children's series and sold-out shows in clubs across the country, the comic had hit a rough patch.

The highly anticipated CBS sitcom, "The Louie Show," ...Read more

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Diana Ross and Beyoncé pay tribute to Thierry Mugler: 'I will miss you'

Supermodels and musicians are among those paying tribute on social media to French fashion designer Manfred Thierry Mugler, who died Sunday at age 73.

Diana Ross, Bella Hadid, Kylie Minogue, Georgia May Jagger, Irina Shayk and Beyoncé are mourning the loss of Mugler, whose futuristic, sculpted creations were often defined by broad shoulders ...Read more

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Richard Johnson: Megyn Kelly wants NYC Mayor Eric Adams to fire Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg

NEW YORK — Megyn Kelly advises new Mayor Eric Adams to replace Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg because Bragg ordered his prosecutors to go easy on many nonviolent criminals.

Asked by attorney Arthur Aidala on “The Power Hour” on AM 970 what advice she would give the new mayor, the former Fox News host said, “Fire Alvin Bragg.”...Read more

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Bad Bunny announces 15-city US stadium tour. Here are all the dates

SAN DIEGO — San Diego’s Petco Park has hosted concerts by everyone from the Rolling Stones, Metallica and Taylor Swift to Billy Joel, Madonna and Green Day, but never by a reggaeton or Latin trap music artist.

That will change on Sept. 17 when Puerto Rican-bred superstar Bad Bunny headlines at the stadium, the home of the San Diego Padres. ...Read more

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Sex positivity, abortion rights and volcanic eruptions among 7 early gems at a virtual Sundance

Every public screening at the Sundance Film Festival is preceded by a land acknowledgment, recognizing the Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute and Ute tribes that have long stewarded the ground on which this annual event takes place. This tradition continues even now, as the COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily transformed America's most significant showcase...Read more

Horse who starred in 'Seabiscuit' film dead at 24

A beloved horse that appeared in the Oscar-nominated film “Seabiscuit” died last Thursday, according to an announcement by the Kentucky farm where the animal actor lived.

Popcorn Deelites was 24.

“A 17-year OF resident, his paddock-mate for all of those years, Special Ring, is devastated, as are we. Pops will always be a shining star in ...Read more

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Peloton runs damage control after yet another TV heart attack

Just weeks after Peloton took out Big in his Upper East Side apartment, the in-home bike almost claimed another victim.

The Season 6 premiere of “Billions,” which aired Sunday night, saw Mike Wagner (David Costabile) suffer a minor heart attack during a ride with his favorite instructor, echoing the shocking “And Just Like That” plot ...Read more

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72 hours of unpaid work? 'Unacceptable,' say dancers and critics of Super Bowl halftime show

LOS ANGELES — Hundreds of excited "fans" will pour onto the field while hip-hop dream team Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Dr. Dre, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar perform during the Super Bowl LVI halftime show on Feb. 13. Viewers will likely see them move their bodies to the music. What they won't see are the 72 hours they spent over nine days in ...Read more

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'The Gilded Age' review: It's old money vs. new in a fight waged over porcelain teacups

Will nobody but Julian Fellowes think of history’s obscenely rich and their wants and needs?

With his new HBO series “The Gilded Age,” set in 1882 New York, the creator of “Downton Abbey” is bravely leading the mildewed charge back to days gone by, when robber barons papered over their exploitations with an elegant, high society-...Read more

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Hello, it's Adele: Singer calls jilted superfan and makes a date

Adele is making time for a superfan to show how much she cares.

On Saturday, the "Oh My God" artist FaceTimed Eleni Sabracos, a longtime supporter who posted a viral video from Las Vegas on Friday lamenting various unsuccessful attempts to see the Grammy winner in concert. The video racked up 9.5 million views on TikTok after Adele postponed ...Read more

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CBS News relaunching free streaming channel with shows fronted by its top anchors

CBS News is overhauling its streaming news channel with a new name and a slate of programs presented by its big-name anchors that taps into the division's legacy.

The ViacomCBS unit announced Monday that the free ad-supported channel, known as CBSN since its launch in 2014, will become CBS News Streaming. It will also integrate the division's ...Read more

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Review: A new Bill Cosby docuseries nearly drove its director to quit. The struggle paid off

Director W. Kamau Bell kicks off his four-part Showtime docuseries, "We Need to Talk About Cosby," with a question that makes everyone uncomfortable: Who is Bill Cosby?

His interview subjects curse under their breath and squirm in their seats as they attempt to formulate responses: A monster. America's dad. An alleged rapist. Someone to ...Read more