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'Bling Empire' star Jessey Lee hits back at abuse allegations from ex-wife

Former “Bling Empire” star Jessey Lee is hitting back at claims of abuse and violence that his ex-wife alleged in court documents filed in Los Angeles this week.

Crystal Hoang Lee, who shares two children with the reality TV personality, has accused her ex of physically and emotionally abusing her and their kids while requesting a temporary...Read more

Norman Lear, who revolutionized prime-time TV with 'All in the Family,' dies

Norman Lear, the multiple Emmy Award-winning writer-producer and liberal political activist who revolutionized prime-time television in the 1970s with groundbreaking, socially relevant situation comedies such as “All in the Family,” “Maude” and “The Jeffersons,” has died. He was 101.

One of the most successful and influential ...Read more

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'Titanic' fandom still runs deep. James Cameron returns the love with a new 4K remaster

Near, far, wherever they are, what are the most extreme lengths a "Titanic" fan has gone to in their love for James Cameron's epic 1997 disaster romance?

Some have set out to clock thousands of lifetime viewings of the 11-time Oscar-winning Leonardo di Caprio-Kate Winslet starrer, says the filmmaker. "I think there's one fellow that has set a ...Read more

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Redbox's top 10 DVD rentals

The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Nov. 28.

1. Barbie — Warner

2. Strays (2023) — Universal

3. Dr. Seuss' The Grinch — Universal

4. Fast X — Universal

5. John Wick: Chapter 4 — Lionsgate

6. Violent Night — Universal

7. Fatman — Paramount

8. Kandahar — Universal

9. The Ritual Killer — Screen Media ...Read more

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After 'The Marvels' flop, questions mount for Disney over MCU's future

Walt Disney Co., whose latest superhero film “The Marvels” concluded last weekend as the lowest-grossing film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is closing out a year that has served as a rude awakening for the once-unshakeable Marvel brand.

Just three weeks after its Nov. 10 release, “The Marvels” fell out of the top 10 at the domestic ...Read more

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With no escaping the past, Travis Scott works to make utopia real for himself, fans

PITTSBURGH — In "Circus Maximus," the film accompanying his new album "UTOPIA," Travis Scott climbs a mountaintop for an audience with a godlike Rick Rubin.

The wise, white-bearded producer — behind albums by everyone from the Beastie Boys to Johnny Cash — calmly poses a series of questions: "Is the house half empty or completely empty? ...Read more

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'You are the film, the film is you': How 6 directors define what they do

Have you heard the one where Bradley Cooper does impressions of both Clint Eastwood and Sienna Miller?

During the recent Envelope Directors Roundtable, the conversation turned to rehearsal and how much is enough. Cooper recalled a moment while acting in "American Sniper" where he learned a lesson from director Eastwood about the value of ...Read more

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Minnesota couple featured in Hulu documentary about families facing discrimination

MINNEAPOLIS — Jenn and Debb Richmond are getting the Hollywood treatment.

Hulu flew them to Los Angeles last week for the red-carpet premiere of "We Live Here: The Midwest," a documentary that features the West St. Paul couple shopping at Rosedale Center mall and socializing at Topgolf in Brooklyn Center.

The Richmonds also are braced for ...Read more

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Jonathan Majors turned from 'kind and loving' to showing 'violent temper,' ex-girlfriend says at assault trial

NEW YORK — Professional dancer Grace Jabbari wiped away tears Tuesday as she told a Manhattan jury how her sugary romance with movie star Jonathan Majors turned sour when Majors unleashed rage upon her — including one night last March when he allegedly assaulted her after she spied another woman’s texts on his cellphone.

Jabbari, 30, said...Read more

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'I look how I look': Adam Driver politely answers Chris Wallace's question about his looks

Can somebody, anybody please ask Adam Driver a serious question?

Less than a month after Driver was asked a derisive question by a fan about his upcoming film “Ferrari,” the actor was asked another backhanded question last week — but this time by a well-known reporter.

In an interview with CNN journalist Chis Wallace that aired Friday, ...Read more

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Jamie Foxx makes first awards appearance since serious illness

ATLANTA — Actor Jamie Foxx, who was hospitalized while shooting a movie in Atlanta in April, made a surprise appearance Monday night at an awards show.

He accepted a Vanguard Award at the Critics Choice Association’s Celebration of Cinema & Television Honoring Black, Latino & AAPI Achievements to celebrate his performance in Amazon Prime’...Read more

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Denny Laine, co-founder of The Moody Blues and Wings, dies at 79

Denny Laine, who co-founded British bands The Moody Blues and Wings, died early Tuesday morning. He was 79.

The death of the two-time Grammy Award winner followed a battle with “unpredictable and aggressive” interstitial lung disease (ILD), from which he was originally expected to recover, said his widow, Elizabeth Hines. She wrote on a ...Read more

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Amy Robach remembers TJ Holmes texts that prompted her to check on his well-being following affair allegations

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are opening up about their “year of hell” on their new podcast, “Amy and T.J.”

The former GMA3 hosts got candid about their emotional struggles after their relationship was “outed” by leaked photos of them together in upstate New York. Robach even recalled an instance when she had to rush over to T.J.‘s ...Read more

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Could disgraced former Congressman George Santos have a future in Hollywood?

The House of Representatives may have ejected George Santos from its ranks last week, but it seems the culture might not be ready to let him go. And vice versa.

In the days since the former New York congressman’s expulsion from the halls of power in Washington, D.C., on Friday, there’s been a flurry of speculation about his potential next ...Read more

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Alicia Keys bringing 'Hell's Kitchen' musical to Broadway next spring

NEW YORK — Alicia Keys is ready to bring her critically acclaimed, coming-of-age story to Broadway next spring, fresh off its sold-out run downtown.

The 15-time Grammy Award-winning artist could have a Tony in her sights with the announcement that her musical, “Hell’s Kitchen,” will begin performances on March 28 at the Shubert Theater ...Read more

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Stephen Colbert taking another week off from 'Late Show' following appendix surgery

Stephen Colbert is taking more time off to recover from appendix surgery, resulting in another week of cancellations for CBS’ “The Late Show.”

“I’m listening to my doctors and continuing to rest and heal. Thank you for all your well wishes and I’ll see you soon,” the Emmy Award winner wrote Monday on Threads, confirming that he ...Read more

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What to stream: From murders in Oklahoma to mayhem in NY, these movies won't disappoint

One of the best films of the year, Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” is now available to purchase and watch at home this week, landing on digital platforms on Tuesday before it will stream on Apple TV+. Named Best Film and Best Actress for Lily Gladstone by the New York Film Critics Circle last week, “Killers of the Flower ...Read more

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Review: Bradley Cooper, Carey Mulligan compose masterful love story in 'Maestro'

In Bradley Cooper’s masterful “Maestro,” we see a man living inside a castle of music. The American composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein (played by Cooper) was a larger-than-life figure, perpetually surrounded by cigarette smoke and adoring acolytes and glorious swirls of music; you hear it in the lilt of his speaking voice, see it in the ...Read more

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KISS says farewell IRL, but the rockers will 'live on eternally' through avatars

If there’s one thing that KISS is going to do, it’s sell out.

Sell-out concerts on back-to-back nights at Madison Square Garden 50 years after debuting. Sell out out merch at every show for the last few decades. Sell out by trying to jump on the disco bandwagon in the late 1970s. Or sell out by emblazoning its members’ faces on the most ...Read more

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Beyoncé's 'Renaissance' film takes us into the audience -- and behind the scenes

SEATTLE — Pop music fans were spoiled this year with world tours from two of the biggest artists in the history of, well, everything: Taylor Swift and Beyoncé.

They were spoiled once again when both divas (and we mean that as a compliment) decided to release concert films of their shows for fans to relive or see for the very first time.

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