Month: February 2021

Best Director—Motion Picture Emerald Fennel, Promising Young Woman David Fincher, Mank Regina King, One Night in Miami Chloé Zhao, Nomadland Aaron Sorkin, The Trial of Chicago 7 Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama Riz Ahmed, Sound of Metal Chadwick Boseman, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Anthony Hopkins, The Father Gary Oldman, Mank Tahar Ramin, The Mauritanian
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Tonight (February 27), D’Angelo is leading a VERZUZ battle against an unannounced slate of competitors live from the Apollo Theater. Take a look via Instagram or Apple Music. VERZUZ events have so far been one-on-one battles with occasional surprise guests, like Dionne Warwick dropping in on Gladys Knight and Patti LaBelle last year. D’Angelo’s approach
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Just like in season three—when her attempted kidnapping went unacknowledged—the biggest victim of the limited episodes was Princess Anne (Erin Doherty).  Though the troubles in her marriage to Captain Mark Phillips were briefly touched upon, one of Anne’s biggest scandals was overlooked entirely.  Breaking with tradition, Anne—the first woman in the family to give birth in a hospital
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The third episode of Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama’s new Renegades: Born in the USA podcast gets released on Spotify on Monday, March 1. The episode, called “Amazing Grace: American Music,” will cover Springsteen’s early musical influences, the inspiration behind Springsteen on Broadway, Obama’s adolescent musical memories, and more. Hear a clip from
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AMC Entertainment, the nation’s largest theater chain, said Friday it’s awarding CEO Adam Aron and other executives “supplemental special incentive cash bonuses” to recognize the challenge they faced  steering the embattled company on a financial rollercoaster over the past pandemic year. Corporate associates and theatre management will also get special bonuses, with all payouts coming
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Taylor Swift has officially canceled her previously postponed “Lover Fest” tour dates. In a note on Twitter, Swift admits that “no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the future.” An additional note on her website adds that refunds will be processed automatically. Check out the full statement below. Swift
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Sony Pictures Classics is set to release awards contender The Father in select New York and Los Angeles theaters today before expanding nationwide March 12 before landing on PVOD on March 26. That’s quite a theater-to-digital journey for the Florian Zeller-directed drama starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman. The film, which premiered at Sundance in 2020,
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Oso Oso has covered the Beatles’ “I’m Only Sleeping” for a new compilation benefiting Amityville Music Hall in Long Island, New York. Check it out below. Titled The AMH Comp: Volume One, the collection also includes Taking Back Sunday’s John Nolan covering Nick Lowe’s “(What’s So Funny ’Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding.” The 28-track compilation
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