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VultureJul 26, 2021
Venice Film Festival Announces Star-Studded Full Lineup
See the full lineup here.

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‘Dune' and Princess Diana Biopic to Debut at a Starry Venice Film Festival (New York Times Movies)

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Peter Thiel floods 2022 GOP races with cash, makes candidates an easy target


NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
Britney Spears Files to Remove Father Jamie Spears From Conservatorship
More than 13 years after a strict legal arrangement gave James P. Spears control of the singer's affairs, a new lawyer for Ms. Spears asked the court to remove him from the arrangement.

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Britney Spears Inches Closer to Ousting Her Father From Conservatorship (Vulture)
Rep. Nancy Mace Slams Britney Spears' ‘Crazy' Conservatorship, Compares It to ‘Communist China' (Billboard Music News)

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Newsom vows California will have the 'strongest vaccine verification system in the US' as mandate is announced


Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
China's weightlifter showcases one-legged 'flamingo' lift before winning Olympic gold


NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
Booker Prize Longlist Is Unveiled
Rachel Cusk's "Second Place," Richard Powers's "Bewilderment" and Kazuo Ishiguro's "Klara and the Sun" are among the 13 novels nominated for one of the world's most prestigious literary awards.

New York Times BooksJul 26, 2021
Sally Miller Gearhart, Lesbian Writer and Activist, Dies at 90
She fought anti-gay policies alongside Harvey Milk, wrote influential books, including science fiction, and founded a women-only refuge in the woods.

Billboard Music NewsJul 26, 2021
Kany Garcia Announces 2021 US Tour: See The Dates
Before her two 2022 shows in San Juan's emblematic Coliseo de Puerto Rico, Kany Garcia will tour the U.S. in 2021. See the full dates on Billboard.

AV Club FilmsJul 26, 2021
Peacock developing Exorcist sequels from David Gordon Green with Ellen Burstyn and Leslie Odom Jr.
Halloween reboot director David Gordon Green still hasn't released the second of his three Halloween movies (it's finally coming later this year), but he's already setting up another spooky franchise to resurrect—but, like, in a new way that plays up what was good about the original and ignores what was bad about…

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Playbill NewsJul 26, 2021
Tony Winners Leslie Odom Jr. and Ellen Burstyn Will Lead New Exorcist Trilogy
Burstyn will reprise her performance as Chris MacNeil from the original film.

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
California will require state and healthcare workers to show proof of vaccination or regular negative tests


Rolling Stone Movie NewsJul 26, 2021
New ‘Exorcist' Trilogy Will Possess Us in 2023, Ellen Burstyn Returning
Universal Pictures and NBCUniversal's Peacock have purchased the rights to the iconic film in a $400 million dollar deal

Playbill NewsJul 26, 2021
Theatre Leadership Project Announces Company Management Program
The initiative will provide BIPOC company managers and assistants currently working on shows additional training, mentorship, and financial support.

New York Times MoviesJul 26, 2021
Universal Pictures Spends Big for New 'Exorcist' Trilogy
The deal, expected to be announced this week, is for more than $400 million and is a direct response to the streaming giants who are upending the film industry's economics.

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Elon Musk says the Cybertruck will cost $1 million if Tesla does this


Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Miami-Dade man wanted a postal worker to open his box. He's charged with attempted murder


Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Matt Gaetz's Future Sister-in-Law Says He's a Gaslighting 'Creep'


Yahoo! BooksJul 26, 2021
Jay Litherland becomes first Asian American winner at Tokyo Olympics


AV Club FilmsJul 26, 2021
James Gunn gives his upcoming superhero movie the not boring title of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3
One week after calling superhero movies "mostly boring," and one week before the release of his upcoming superhero movie, The Suicide Squad, James Gunn, the director of four superhero movies, has landed on a title for his next superhero movie. And you better believe it's not boring. The title of James Gunn's third …

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Billboard Music NewsJul 26, 2021
DaBaby Defends Rolling Loud Miami Comments & Tells Fans Who Weren't There to ‘Shut the F— Up'
DaBaby is responding to social media criticism over homophobic comments he made during day three of Rolling Loud Miami on Sunday, telling anyone who wasn't at the festival to "shut the f--- up."

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Yahoo News - Latest News & Headlines
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Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
GA Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene vows to kick out every Chinese 'loyal to CCP' if she was in charge


Billboard Music NewsJul 26, 2021
T.I. Defends DaBaby's Homophobic Rolling Loud Rant: ‘Ain't Got to Be No Hate, It's All Honesty'
Following DaBaby's homophobic outburst during his set Sunday night at Rolling Loud Miami, rapper T.I. is jumping in to defend his fellow rapper's point of view.

AV Club FilmsJul 26, 2021
Prince's posthumous release Welcome 2 America is fantastic. So why did he leave it in the vault?
After Prince left his longtime label Warner Bros. in 1996, he spent roughly the next 15 years recording a string of overstuffed albums, often with confusing titles and garish covers, released via sometimes quirky distribution methods that assured they faded into oblivion almost as soon as they arrived. The latest…

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Billboard Music NewsJul 26, 2021
DaBaby Injects Controversy Into Rolling Loud's Final Night as Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion Close It With a Bang
Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby and more close out day three of Miami's Rolling Loud 2021. Read the recap, including DaBaby's controversial remarks.

VultureJul 26, 2021
‘Look at Me Like a Human Boy!'
An oral history of Clifford, the 1994 cult comedy about a deranged little boy played by Martin Short.

NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
The Extraordinary History (and Likely Busy Future) of Quarantine
"Until Proven Safe," by Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley, is about the lifesaving measure that has also been abused for political purposes over the centuries.

Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Rep. Higgins says he has COVID-19, describes second bout as 'far more challenging'


Yahoo! ArtsJul 26, 2021
Father builds exoskeleton to help wheelchair-bound son walk


NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
Williamstown Theater Festival Tries to Weather the Storms
The annual summer festival in Massachusetts has tried to adapt amid the pandemic and calls for more diversity onstage.

NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
Scenes From a Dude Ranch on the High Plains
For more than 10 years, a British photographer spent her summers at a dude ranch in northwest Wyoming. Here's what she captured.

NYTimes ArtsJul 26, 2021
Pop Smoke's Second Posthumous Album, ‘Faith,' Hits No. 1
The new release by the Brooklyn rapper, who was shot and killed last year, tops Billboard, but fell short of his studio debut.

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Pop Smoke Earns Second Posthumous No. 1 Album With Faith (Vulture)

Billboard Music NewsJul 25, 2021
Pop Smoke's ‘Faith' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
Pop Smoke's second posthumous album, 'Faith,' debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, garnering the rapper his second leader.

Billboard Music NewsJul 23, 2021
Kanye West, BTS, Justin Bieber, Megan Thee Stallion, Halsey & More of the Week's Biggest Winners (July 23)
From Kanye West's Donda listening event to Halsey's newborn baby, take a look at the "awards" Billboard gave this week's headlines.

USA Today: BooksJul 20, 2021
Nature lovers, need something to read at the beach? Look no further than this list of titles
July and August are months for reading at the beach, so let me share a few favorites — some made for the beach and others just darn good books!       

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Jim Morrison's writings gathered in definitive new collection: First look inside at rare handwritten poem (USA Today: Books)

CNBC Media NewsApr 16, 2021
Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' series will cost at least $465 million for first season
Amazon's "Lord of the Rings" could be one of the most costly television series ever made, with its season one price tag coming in at around $465 million.

Movies.com Movie NewsJan 30, 2019
Sundance Buzz: The Big Movies Coming to Theaters Soon
Do you suffer from serious FOMO during Sundance? Many of the biggest movies of the year make their debut at the film festival, and hearing all the buzz can make any movie lover anxious. Well, the bad news is that most Sundance selections won't immediately be available to the rest of us. The good news, though, is that many are set for theatrical distribution soon enough. Below is a guide to what to look forward to in the coming months and what the critics are saying about these new movies of note -- check the Rotten Tomatoes Sundance 2019 Scorecard regularly for a ranking of all the movies being reviewed at the fest.    Blinded By the Light Distributor: New Line/Warner Bros. The Price: $15 million The Nutshell: A Pakistani boy in 1980s England discovers...
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