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'Moonlighting,' the '80s Bruce Willis breakout series, will finally begin streaming, on Hulu

Cue the Al Jarreau! Cybill Shepherd hive, rise! Bruce Willis-zens rejoice! Moonlighters, make yourselves known.

The popular '80s ABC dramedy series "Moonlighting" is finally making its streaming debut, on Oct.10 on Hulu.

The program, which premiered in 1985, starred seasoned actor Shepherd and up-and-comer Willis. For his breakout role in the ...Read more

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Redbox's top 10 DVD rentals

The top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of Sept. 18:

1. Sick — Universal

2. Fast X — Universal

3. John Wick: Chapter 4 — Lionsgate

4. Kandahar — Universal

5. The Super Mario Bros. Movie — Universal

6. The Little Things — Warner

7. The Ritual Killer — Screen Media

8. Plane (2023) — Lionsgate

9. Renfield — ...Read more

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Jethro Tull founder Ian Anderson on music, flutes, morphine drips and why he can't stand hippies

Ian Anderson is understandably pleased Jethro Tull — the pioneering progressive-rock band he founded and has led since 1967 — has sold more than 60 million albums worldwide and is now embarked on the aptly named "The Seven Decades Tour."

The veteran flutist, singer, songwriter and guitarist is also pleased Jethro Tull counts a number of ...Read more

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Alan Palomo shelves Neon Indian name, mines the 1980s in new album

LOS ANGELES — Much has changed in the eight years since avant-pop artist and filmmaker Alan Palomo released his last album.

First, he’s no longer performing under the name Neon Indian — “I’m going solo from myself,” says Palomo, 35. Second, he’s jarred by the prospect of promoting his music on TikTok: “I might have to work on ...Read more


Sound Advice: Good turntables, speakers for an entry-level record player

Q. I'm in the market for a beginner record-playing system with a turntable and speaker. I'm a grad student in my late 20s and fairly transient, so I don't want to invest in an expensive setup with too many components. I was thinking about a $149.99 Audio-Technica AT-LP60X turntable and a $249 Sonos Era speaker.

What do you think? Any advice on ...Read more

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More pay, streaming bonuses, AI limits: 4 takeaways from the WGA deal to end the writers' strike

LOS ANGELES — The Writers Guild of America on Tuesday disclosed the details of the tentative deal it secured with the major Hollywood studios to end the strike that has lasted for nearly five months.

A seven-page summary document, which was distributed to the WGA’s 11,500 film and TV writer members, includes increases in wages and residuals...Read more

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Patrick J. Adams gets sentimental as 'Suits' thrives on Netflix: 'I miss my friends'

Patrick J. Adams is feeling nostalgic for his "Suits" days, just as the USA Network series rides a new wave of viewership on Netflix.

The actor, who starred as college dropout turned legal consultant Mike Ross, shared a handful of throwback photos from set to Instagram on Monday. "I miss my friends," he captioned a photo of co-stars Sarah ...Read more

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Shakira charged with tax evasion by Spanish authorities for 2nd time

It seems like news about Shakira just doesn’t stop. This time the Grammy-winning artist is being charged by Spanish prosecutors for tax evasion. Prosecutors claim she failed to pay $7.1 million in taxes in 2018, according to the Associated Press. She is also being accused of using an offshore company to avoid paying taxes.

Shakira found out ...Read more

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Fox Business host Stuart Varney gets ready to rumble at the Republican debate (without Trump)

Fox News proved the Republican presidential primary is more than former President Donald Trump, as nearly 13 million viewers tuned in for the first candidates debate on Aug. 23.

Will the audience come back for more? Trump, leading the pack for the GOP nomination while facing four criminal indictments won’t be on the stage again when the ...Read more

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Russell Brand asks fans to financially support him on Rumble after YouTube demonetization

Russell Brand called on fans for financial help, asking them to pay a subscription fee for his Rumble page after YouTube demonetized his accounts in response to sexual assault and rape allegations against the comedian.

Brand’s plea for subscribers came just hours after the Metropolitan Police announced an investigation into a “number of ...Read more

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Deborah Roberts named new co-anchor of '20/20′ after 28 years with the series

Fresh off guest-hosting “The View” last week, Deborah Roberts has been announced as the new co-anchor of “20/20.”

ABC News president Kim Godwin said Tuesday that the multiple Emmy and Peabody Award winner will join David Muir as a permanent co-anchor on the long-running newsmagazine series, which will return for a 46th season Friday.

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Alexandra Grant gushes over Keanu Reeves: 'He's such an inspiration,' the artist says

LOS ANGELES — Keanu Reeves' reputation as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood couldn't be more deserved, according to his artist-girlfriend Alexandra Grant.

The Los Angeles painter and sculptor, 50, opened up about her relationship with the "John Wick" star, 59, in a recent interview with People. Grant hailed Reeves during the chat as an ...Read more

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Review: In 'The Creator,' paranoid androids and a child to save the day -- or obliterate us

Within the opening moments of "The Creator," we learn a few things about our future. Artificial intelligence has made fantastic advances. Robots are cooking our meals and chauffeuring us around town. They're probably even writing our films and, sure, furiously churning out movie reviews, provided people in the future still read. Though why ...Read more

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Angus Cloud struggled with addiction. HBO, Sam Levinson tried to help 'Euphoria' star stay clean

LOS ANGELES — In "Euphoria," actor Angus Cloud played a soft-spoken drug dealer who knew when to cut off his desperate clientele. Off-screen, however, he struggled with his own drug addiction that impacted his time on the hit HBO series.

Months after Cloud died of an accidental overdose at age 25 in late July, "Euphoria" creator Sam Levinson ...Read more

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Movie review: 'The Creator' has filmmaking flourish no AI could dream up

There’s an incidental extra-textual tension surrounding “The Creator,” the sprawling new original sci-fi film from writer/director Gareth Edwards. The film makes the argument for a peaceful coexistence with artificial intelligence, which isn’t exactly in line with the prevailing popular sentiment.

The film debuts a week after the ...Read more

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Micky Dolenz of the Monkees coming to Georgia for R.E.M. EP cover launch party

ATLANTA — The groups R.E.M. and the Monkees don’t often end up in the same sentence.

But here we go: Micky Dolenz, the last surviving member of the Monkees, is coming to Athens Nov. 3 to celebrate a new EP in which he sings his favorite R.E.M. songs.

Dolenz, 78, will be at Wuxtry Records at 5 p.m., according to record label 7aRecords, ...Read more

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Malibu mayor says Kardashian party violated permit -- a trend city leaders say is growing

LOS ANGELES — Kourtney Kardashian's lifestyle brand Poosh threw a promotional poolside party at a Malibu mansion over the weekend, drawing dozens of influencers to the coastal city.

Now, the city's mayor, Bruce Silverstein, is accusing the event's planners of misleading the city in order to get a permit to throw the party and going on to ...Read more

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Talking Heads' 1984 'Stop Making Sense' returns: 'It's a specialized film,' David Byrne told us at the time

Same as it ever was?

In 1983, Talking Heads filmed three concerts and a rehearsal at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. The result was the Jonathan Demme-directed 1994 concert film "Stop Making Sense." Four decades later, it is still hailed as a masterpiece.

Now, that masterpiece has been reborn.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of those ...Read more

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Appreciation: From 'U.N.C.L.E.' to 'NCIS,' David McCallum made sidekicks the star

Though Robert Vaughn was the initial star of the NBC espionage romp "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," which ran from 1964 into the dawn of 1968, leaving the world 105 episodes of varying seriousness and weirdness, David McCallum, who died Monday at the age of 90, played the spy I loved more.

It had something to do with my temperamental preference for ...Read more

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass: 11 great acts to catch at the 2023 festival

SAN JOSE, Calif. — In a day and age when concert ticket prices run into the hundreds — even thousands — of dollars, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass remains arguably the greatest free music event in the entire world.

And what do you get for nothing?

In the case of HSB, you get a lot.

This year’s edition of the festival that Warren Hellman ...Read more