Blink-182's Travis Barker rushed to hospital with wife Kourtney Kardashian by his side

Travis Barker, drummer for the rock band Blink-182 and husband of reality-TV star Kourtney Kardashian, has been hospitalized for an undisclosed medical issue.

The musician was rushed to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center near Calabasas on Tuesday after experiencing a health issue, TMZ first reported. He was later transported to Cedars-Sinai...Read more

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Dakota Johnson says she signed up for a 'very different' 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie

It seems Christian Grey wasn't the only dominant force in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" franchise.

The 2015 film followed the controlling businessman, portrayed by Jamie Dornan, and his BDSM relationship with Anastasia Steele, played by relative newcomer Dakota Johnson.

The erotic drama became a pop-culture phenomenon, spawned two follow-up ...Read more

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5 Seconds of Summer abruptly ends its show after drummer falls ill onstage

Pop band 5 Seconds of Summer had to cut its performance short Sunday when drummer Ashton Irwin fell victim to "extreme heat exhaustion."

The Australian band was performing at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, an outdoor venue in the Woodlands, Texas. After a few songs, the drummer was escorted off the stage and taken to a hospital to be treated ...Read more

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Woody Allen tells Alec Baldwin that 'the thrill is gone' from making movies

Alec Baldwin and Woody Allen steered clear of their respective controversies on Tuesday when Baldwin interviewed the famed director on Instagram Live.

The "30 Rock" star, who appeared in Allen's 2012 picture "To Rome With Love," invited the filmmaker to discuss his new essay collection,"Zero Gravity," and his take on the current movie ...Read more

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Billie Eilish, Ariana DeBose among newest members of the film academy

LOS ANGELES — With the movie business still regaining its footing after more than two years of pandemic upheaval, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday that it is opening its ranks to 397 new members in the latest step in its ongoing effort to diversify its membership.

Representing 54 countries, the list of ...Read more

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Halsey says good riddance to concertgoers leaving show during abortion rights speech

Halsey said good riddance to concertgoers who walked out of her show in Arizona on Sunday as she advocated onstage for reproductive rights.

On Monday, the "Without Me" hit-maker responded on Twitter to a fan who was sickened by the number of people who exited their concert at Phoenix's Ak-Chin Pavilion amphitheater.

According to Twitter user @...Read more

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Woody Allen doesn't plan to make many more films, he tells Alec Baldwin: 'It's not as enjoyable'

Woody Allen’s filmmaking career may soon reach its final act.

Allen said Tuesday during an Instagram Live interview with Alec Baldwin that he likely won’t write or direct many more movies.

The controversial filmmaker didn’t address his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow’s sexual abuse allegations against him during Tuesday’s interview, ...Read more

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Depeche Mode reveals co-founder Andy Fletcher's cause of death

Depeche Mode on Monday shared the cause of death for co-founder and keyboardist Andy Fletcher, who died last month.

Fletcher died at his home on May 26 at the age of 60. According to the band's social media post Monday, Fletcher died of an aortic dissection, a tear in the wall of the body's main artery that causes blood to rush through.

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Hello, cruel world! 'Hocus Pocus 2' tease brings Sanderson sisters back for Halloween

The black-flamed candle of "Hocus Pocus" burns anew in the trailer for the 1993 film's long-awaited sequel. And so are the bewitching Sanderson sisters.

Stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy reprise their roles as wicked siblings Winifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson, who are back in Salem looking for revenge — and a stage �...Read more


Ludacris' manager survives deadly shooting in Atlanta

ATLANTA — A shooting in a Buckhead parking lot killed one man and sent two others — including music executive Chaka Zulu — to a hospital with injuries late Sunday night.

Atlanta police investigated the triple shooting in the 2200 block of Peachtree Road into the early Monday morning hours. Several restaurants and shops share the parking ...Read more

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Review: 'Only Murders' delivers a model second season: More of the same, but different

When last we saw our heroes — Mabel (Selena Gomez), Oliver (Martin Short) and Charles (Steve Martin) — they were being led away by the police from the Arconia, their Upper West Side New York apartment building, Mabel having been found covered in blood with the body of abrasive board president Bunny (Jayne Houdyshell). This came hot on the ...Read more


Sound Advice: A powerful deal to help build out your tool collection

Q. Did you see the really good deal going on at Home Depot for the Ryobi 18V One+ cordless tools and batteries? Some time ago I purchased the Ryobi P737 cordless high-pressure inflator you recommended (love it) and recently saw the new deal. I scored two of the 18V One+ 4Ah batteries and a charger for $99, and then got a free tool as an add-on! ...Read more

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Movie review: Ukrainian war drama 'Sniper: The White Raven' a patriotic story of unlikely soldier

The world has watched in shock and horror at the bloody Russian invasion of Ukraine this year, but the conflict between the countries has been ongoing in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine since 2014, when the “Revolution of Dignity” sent former President Victor Yanukovych into exile, and Russia invaded Crimea. During the past eight years,...Read more

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Drake dominates Billboard charts with house music-influenced 'Honestly, Nevermind,' his 11th album to top Billboard 200

Surprise, surprise: Drake is back on top.

Without any advance promotion or marketing, the hip-hop superstar’s latest opus, “Honestly, Nevermind” debuted in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

The 14-track project, which dropped June 17 – only one day after he announced the album’s surprise release – amassed 204,000 ...Read more

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The Princess' star Joey King shares how her empowering action movie modernizes fairy tales

This isn’t your typical fairy tale princess.

Emmy-nominated actress Joey King loved putting a modern spin on the fantasy genre with her action-packed movie “The Princess,” starring as a royal with secret fighting skills who doesn’t wait around for a prince to rescue her.

The movie, out Friday on Hulu, picks up with King’s character ...Read more

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What to stream: With Roe overturned, movies that speak to fight for abortion rights

After the Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision last week, the country has been reeling. Though the information was leaked two months ago, June 24 was still a shocking and dismaying moment, and a dark day in the history of the United States, as abortion rights took a step back and access to reproductive health care was ...Read more

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'ER' actress Mary Mara dies in apparent drowning in New York river

Actress Mary Mara, known for star turns in “ER” and “Criminal Minds,” has apparently drowned while swimming in the St. Lawrence River at Cape Vincent, New York, authorities said.

Mara, who was 61, was visiting her sister Martha’s summer home when the “apparent swimming accident” occurred, the actress’ brother-in-law, Scott ...Read more

Everyone used to know her name in politics. Now Martha Mitchell is back

WASHINGTON — “If it hadn’t been for Martha, there’d have been no Watergate,” Richard Nixon once said.

He meant she was a pain in the ass, distracting his attorney general during a time of crisis and otherwise getting in the way. But his words were truer than he knew.

“The Martha Mitchell Effect” seeks to put the loudest, brashest...Read more

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New on DVD: 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' a mind-bending multiverse adventure

An inventive sci-fi action film that was a surprise hit at the box office tops the DVD releases for the week of July 5.

"Everything Everywhere All at Once": A harried laundromat owner discovers she's a part of a huge multiverse during a tax audit. Starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu and Ke Huy Quan.

"The audaciously daring and original ...Read more

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List of DVD release dates for June 28 and beyond

Following is a partial schedule of coming movies on DVD. Release dates are subject to change:


28: Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

28: Firestarter

28: Family Camp

28: The Worst Person in the World

28: Doctor Who: Eve of the Daleks & Legend of the Sea Devils

28: Mothering Sunday

28: See For Me

28: The Artist's Wife

28: ...Read more