Céline Dion Details Stiff Person Syndrome Diagnosis: ‘I Hope That We’ll Find a Miracle … but for Now I Have to Learn to Live With It’

Pop legend Céline Dion is opening up about her life with Stiff Person Syndrome, saying that she still hopes “we’ll find a miracle,” but is learning “to live with it.” In a new interview with Vogue France, the Canadian singer… Continue Reading →

‘Lord of the Rings’ Owner Embracer to Separate Into Three Standalone Publicly Listed Entities 

“Lord of the Rings” owner Embracer is separating the group into three games and entertainment companies: Asmodee Group, Coffee Stain & Friends and Middle-earth Enterprises & Friends. Asmodee is a tabletop games publisher and distributor with a studio network and IP… Continue Reading →

Nusrat Imrose Tisha, Mostofa Sarwar Farooki’s ‘Something Like an Autobiography’ Sets Channel 4 Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

Bangladeshi filmmakers Mostofa Sarwar Farooki and Nusrat Imrose Tisha‘s “Something Like an Autobiography” has been acquired for U.K. broadcast by Channel 4. The film had its world premiere at the 2023 Busan International Film Festival, where was in the prestigious Jiseok competition. It was… Continue Reading →

Camila Cabello and Lana Del Rey Sing ‘I Luv It’ During Coachella Weekend 2

Camila Cabello was the surprise guest artist for Lana Del Rey’s headlining Coachella set on Friday night. Del Rey temporarily left the stage after singing her song “Bartender” as Cabello launched into a surprise performance of her new single “I… Continue Reading →

‘Pulp Fiction’ Reunion: John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman and Harvey Keitel on How Quentin Tarantino’s Classic Movie ‘Changed Cinema’ and the Trajectory of Their Careers

John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson and Harvey Keitel reunited at the TCM Classic Film festival on Thursday for a 30th anniversary screening of Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” to reflect on the film’s impact on their careers — and… Continue Reading →

‘The Gray House’ Civil War Spy Drama Series From Kevin Costner to Open Monte-Carlo Television Festival

“The Gray House,” the Kevin Costner-produced limited series about a female spy ring during the Civil War, will open Monaco’s 63rd annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival in June. The six-episode limited series tells the hidden-history tale of four Southern women —… Continue Reading →

Where to Find Tickets to Billy Joel’s Sold-Out Residency and Tour Online

Millions of people tuned into CBS to watch Billy Joel’s Madison Square Garden concert over the weekend, and the special — celebrating his 100th consecutive performance at MSG — has spurred a rush of last-minute ticket sales for his remaining… Continue Reading →

Greece’s Heretic Sets Cannes ACID Titles ‘Kyuka,’ ‘Sundays’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Athens-based boutique film outfit Heretic has two titles in the Cannes ACID (Association for the International Distribution of Independent Cinemas) sidebar. Heretic’s own Greek production, co-produced with North Macedonia’s List Production, “Kyuka Before Summer’s End,” by debut director Kostas Charamountanis,… Continue Reading →

Doja Cat Gets Provocative at Coachella With Mud Dancing, Dinosaurs, Yetis, 21 Savage and a Determination to Avoid the Oldies

Doja Cat has rarely turned in an uninteresting or unprovocative performance, and her headlining set Sunday night at Coachella offered a plethora of looks and concepts designed to prompt dazzlement and debate among the viewing audience. Dinosaur skeletons? Mudbath choreography?… Continue Reading →

No Doubt Dusts Off the Spiderwebs and Brings Rock Steady Vibes to Invigorating Coachella 2024 Set

“I didn’t think this was really going to happen, did you?” shouted Gwen Stefani halfway through “Hella Good,” the opening song from No Doubt during their reunion set at Coachella 2024. Indeed, it’s been 12 years since the SoCal quartet… Continue Reading →

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