Month: December 2019

10 minutes ago 2020 is upon us, and with the dawning of the new year we’re just one more day closer to seeing Tom Cruise firing up a fighter jet in the long awaited sequel Top Gun: Maverick. Reteaming with Oblivion collaborator, director Joseph Kosinski, the legendary military action drama will take to the skies
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Justin Bieber has announced a new docuseries, Seasons, coming to YouTube. It premieres on January 27, with new episodes arriving on Mondays and Wednesdays. Watch a trailer for the series below. Bieber has a new song, “Yummy,” that’s out this Friday. Last week, Bieber announced an extensive spring-summer tour of the United States with a
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Who doesn’t like to get transported to another time? The shows below are some of the best historical pieces on television, and definitely favorites. Please remember that with have almost two dozen favorites lists that we couldn’t showcase every show on every list, so we parsed them out a bit to make it more fun.
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Iridium wrapped up de-orbiting 65 first-generation satellites, but questions remain over what to do — if anything —  about the 30 that remain space junk.  WASHINGTON — Iridium Communications completed disposal of the last of its 65 working legacy satellites Dec. 28, while leaving open the possibility of paying an active-debris-removal company to deorbit 30
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Exclusive TMZ.com Offset got the drip from a popular jeweler in L.A. but hasn’t squared his tab with the guy in over a year … according to a new suit. Peter Marco of Extraordinary Jewels Beverly Hills is going after the Migos rapper for $47,000, for what he claims are unpaid fees from an October
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Who says network shows are too safe these days? In a sea of bland sitcom revivals and by-the-book procedurals, NBC is taking a huge swing with Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist — debuting Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 10/9c; I’ve seen the first three episodes — starring Jane Levy as a woman who starts hearing strangers’ innermost thoughts
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The holiday season boosted Broadway box office for the week ending December 29, with a spate of weekly records established by shows including West Side Story, Beetlejuice, a couple of bio-musicals and others. Total grosses came in at $55,765,408, according to the trade group Broadway League. That was about $2 million lower than the tally for
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This one is worth a snort of disgust, for sure Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want
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Avengers: Endgame has a subtle, yet brilliant, reference to Back to the Future Part II during its epic climax. After the devastating ending of Avengers: Infinity War, the remaining Avengers try and fail to resurrect the dusted victims of Thanos’ snap, locating the Mad Titan only to discover that he has destroyed the Infinity Stoes. Five years later, after the world
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Well, that took some time. Finally, the 2019 domestic box office –which was loaded with mega Disney IP such as the second-highest grossing domestic title of all-time Avengers: Endgame ($858.3M), along with the Burbank, CA studio owning seven of the top ten pics of the year (all in excess of $362M-plus) –has crossed $11 billion.
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Credit: Disney+/Lucasfilm Jon Favreau didn’t waste any time.  The day the last episode of the first season of The Mandalorian began streaming on Disney+, the show’s creator announced on Twitter that season 2 of the series will debut in Fall 2020. Season 2 of #TheMandalorian coming Fall 2020 pic.twitter.com/8VQYLDMQ0V — Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) December 27,
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