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Vanessa Williams and John Stamos host a socially-distanced 40th Anniversary of 'A Capitol Fourth' for PBS

(NEW YORK) -- For many people in the post-pandemic world, this will be quite a different Fourth of July; in many areas, gatherings of large groups are still forbidden, and so even backyard Independence Day parties have been dashed.  The same social distancing rules apply for PBS' annual star-studded salute…... Read More

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(NEW YORK) -- Arguably the most well-traveled TV personality on the planet, The Amazing Race's host, Phil Keoghan has been grounded.  Production on The Amazing Race was suspended back in February due to the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, so like millions of people the world over, the multiple-Emmy winner is staying home. Keoghan explained to ABC Audio…... Read More

Chris Pratt confirms he's back at work on 'Jurassic World: Dominion'

(LONDON) -- Chris Pratt is back in London filming Jurassic World: Dominion. Pratt confirmed the news while video-chatting with Terry, a winner of the 41-year-old actor’s All In Challenge, which included the one-on-one chat and a role in Dominion, in where he’ll be "destroyed in the jaws of an animated dinosaur." "It's been an honor…... Read More

Aaron Sorkin's star-studded

(LOS ANGELES) -- Another day, another cinematic casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7, originally slated for a theatrical release, has landed at Netflix, according to Deadline.  West Wing creator Sorkin wrote and directed the film, which chronicles a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic Convention that…... Read More

Lionsgate confirms it will not pull 'Mad Men' episode containing blackface

(LOS ANGELES) -- As television series revisit problematic content and remove instances of material deemed racist, Lionsgate has announced that it will not delete an episode of Mad Men that contains blackface. The Los Angeles Times reports that the season three episode "My Old Kentucky Home" will remain available for viewing in its entirety because of…... Read More

Tom Hanks calls out people who won't wear a mask,

(LOS ANGELES) -- (NOTE LANGUAGE) -- Tom Hanks is calling out people who aren't doing their part to stop the spread of COVID-19.  According to People, while promoting his upcoming Apple TV+ movie Greyhound, the 63-year-old actor explained, "There's really only three things we can do in order to get to tomorrow: Wear a…... Read More

'Hamilton' Disney+ arrival doesn't mark the end of theater says Bobby and Kristen Anderson-Lopez

(NEW YORK) -- Friday marks a big day for Hamilton fans.  Anyone with a Disney+ account will be able to watch the 11-time Tony Award-winning musical from the comfort of their home. A filmed version of the stage show arrives July 3, giving fans who hadn't seen Hamilton on Broadway the chance to finally experience it.…... Read More

Check out the first three minutes of 'The Boys' season 2

During a chat with the extensive cast of Netflix's skewed-view superhero show The Boys, host -- and apparent season 2 guest player -- Patton Oswalt along with showrunner Erik Kripke, showed off the first three minutes of the series' sophomore season. Set to The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil," the spoiler-heavy segment shows that a…... Read More

'Justice League''s Ray Fisher slams director Joss Whedon for alleged

(LOS ANGELES) -- His character Victor Stone/Cyborg reportedly got the short shrift after writer-director Joss Whedon swooped in to re-edit Justice League, but with the original Zack Snyder cut on the horizon, actor Ray Fisher isn't holding back.  In a tweet, Fisher called out Whedon, who took over for Snyder after the latter left the project in the…... Read More

(LOS ANGELES) -- Beavis and Butt-Head is coming back. "It seemed like the time was right to get stupid again."  That's the word from Mike Judge, the guy who shot to fame with the MTV animated phenomenon about two dopey, titular high school buds, before going on to create King of the Hill, the beloved live…... Read More

In now-viral post, TikTok user shows how 'Glee' crowds were filled with dummies -- literally

(LOS ANGELES) -- Fans of the hit Fox show Glee were dummies -- literally.  More specifically, a TikTok user named Kelly Sipos was re-watching the show when she spotted something weird: lifeless "fans" used to fill in crowd scenes.  "I noticed...there are dummies in the crowd," Sipos said, showing video proof of the multiple mannequins,…... Read More