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Rip Torn

Prominent Actor and Comedian Rip Torn Dies at 88

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Texan actor, voice artist and comedian Rip Torn passed away at the age of 88 at his home in Lakeville, Connecticut on Tuesday. He was surrounded by his family during his last breath. The cause of his death remains unknown.   Born in 1931, Torn became a member of the Texas A&M University Corps of…

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Sharon Osbourne

President Forbidden from Using Music of Singers Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne

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In a vain attempt to mock the audio mishap during the first Democratic debate, the President posted a video with the song “Crazy Train”, being completely oblivious of the consequences, on Twitter. The President’s mocking, however, was short-lived, as the singers Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne criticized him for using their song and asked him to…

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Keanu Reeves

Marvel Studio Wants Keanu Reeves to Join their Team of Superheroes

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The super popular Marvel Cinematic Universe has wanted Keanu Reeves to join Marvel Studios from a long time. Promoting Spider-Man: Far From Home in London, Kevin Feige, president of the Marvel team, portrayed his eagerness and desire of including Reeves in their team. 54-year-old Reeves gained fame for his roles in several blockbuster films, including…

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Netflix Series: “When They See US,” Popular or Controversial?

Netflix Series: “When They See US,” Popular or Controversial?

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A 15-day old series on Netflix topped the charts, becoming the most popular show. Ava DuVernay’s “When They See Us” trounced “Lucifer” season four, as it became the most watched show on the platform in past two weeks. The limited series is based on the real story of the Central Park Five case that took…

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Men in Black: International

“Men in Black: International” Disappoints with its Lousy Script and Characters

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Men in Black: International, the fourth film of the Men in Black franchise and the first film of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson together after Thor: Ragnarok, might be the latest and most appropriate example of why a good script is a must for a blockbuster. It’s been almost 22 years since the first Men…

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Chernobyl Disaster

HBO’s Miniseries on Chernobyl Disaster Tops on IMDb

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HBO, an American entertainment network that has the highest number of subscribers in the US, recently premiered a miniseries with the name Chernobyl. The show that tells the story of the 1986’s  Chernobyl disaster has become number one on IMDb’s list. Written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck, Chernobyl – one of the…

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Dark Phoenix and Other June 7 Releases: Everything You Need to Know

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Summer is all about blockbuster movies. While, the last weekend was a busy one at the box office, this week the rush is expected to increase with exciting Hollywood sequels and new releases hitting the theaters. Worldwide releases on Friday including the Secret Life of Pets 2, Dark Phoenix, and the Last Black Man in…

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Jay-Z

Legendary Superstar Jay-Z Named First Hip-Hop Billionaire

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Forbes has declared Jay-Z to be officially the first Hip-hop billionaire. As per the calculations, the rapper’s total wealth equals $1bn (£800m). The wealth was calculated considering his lifestyle and subtracting a hefty amount for it. Jay-Z, originally known as Shawn Corey Carter, is a renowned American rapper, songwriter, and producer. Married to popular American…

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WangoTango

Taylor Swift Calls for LGBT Rights through Wango Tango Concert

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During an iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert on Saturday in California, Taylor Swift performedwearing a rainbow-colored ensemble, recalling Rolling Stones’ “She’s a Rainbow”. People connected her spectacular performance and variant attire with her previous night’s post on Instagram wherein she talked about protecting the rights of the LGBT communities. The Wango Tango Concert is organized every…

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