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Robin Thicke Dances, Plays Piano In Court Over ‘Blurred Lines’ Lawsuit

Robin Thicke Dances, Plays Piano In Court Over ‘Blurred Lines’ Lawsuit

February 26, 2015

By Victoria Kim Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — The stage was a witness box barely 3 feet wide, but Robin Thicke sang, played the piano and even danced a little in his seat during his testimony Wednesday for his copyright trial against Marvin Gaye’s children. Thicke took the stand in a...

Town Paid Garth Brooks $1 million To Open Tour

Town Paid Garth Brooks $1 million To Open Tour

February 24, 2015

By Stacy St. Clair Chicago Tribune (TNS)  CHICAGO — The town of Rosemont, Ill., paid country superstar Garth Brooks more than $1 million to launch his comeback tour last year at its Allstate Arena, records show, but officials say the village made twice that much. According to an agreement bet...

Actor Rob Corddry Is Soaking Up The Attention After Jumping Back Into ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2′

Actor Rob Corddry Is Soaking Up The Attention After Jumping Back Into ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2′

February 24, 2015

By Josh Rottenberg Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES – On an unseasonably warm February afternoon, Rob Corddry sat in the back of a town car wending its way through the streets of Los Angeles. The actor, making the promotional rounds for his new comedy “Hot Tub Time Machine 2,” was heading...

Oscars Producers Hoping For Another ‘Adele Dazeem’ Moment

Oscars Producers Hoping For Another ‘Adele Dazeem’ Moment

February 19, 2015

By Rebecca Keegan Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — The day after the Oscars last year, the show’s producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron received a call from John Travolta apologizing for fumbling the name of singer Idina Menzel. Travolta’s mispronunciation — Adele Dazeem — had become...

NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended For Six Months

NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended For Six Months

February 12, 2015

By Stephen Battaglio Los Angeles Times (TNS) NEW YORK — “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams was suspended for six months without pay for exaggerating his role in a helicopter incident in Iraq, marking the first time a network news anchor has been stripped of his duties. The disciplinary ...

The Late Oscar Winner Mike Nichols’ Work Seems Echoed In Awards-Season Films ‘Birdman’ And More

The Late Oscar Winner Mike Nichols’ Work Seems Echoed In Awards-Season Films ‘Birdman’ And More

February 12, 2015

By Mark Olsen Los Angeles Times (TNS) Mike Nichols’ death in November was a shock in part because the Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award-winning director — he also won a Grammy, making for a rare EGOT — had come to seem like someone who would simply always be there, an immovable part of the cultura...

The “Resident Evil” Remakes Just Keep On Coming As Capcom Has Remade a Previous Remake Of The Classic Game That Kicked Off Survival Horror, “Resident Evil.” And, Boy, Is It a Stinker.

The “Resident Evil” Remakes Just Keep On Coming As Capcom Has Remade a Previous Remake Of The Classic Game That Kicked Off Survival Horror, “Resident Evil.” And, Boy, Is It a Stinker.

February 5, 2015

Nostalgia is a funny thing. It can be used to reminisce about days gone by when times were more simple. It can also be used to reflect about some of your decisions in life, both good and bad, as well as loved ones who may no longer be with us. Music, television shows, and films can all spark nostalgi...

Young Fans Can Be Kiss Of Death At Grammys

Young Fans Can Be Kiss Of Death At Grammys

February 5, 2015

By Mikael Wood Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Has the Recording Academy finally shaken its long-standing fear of pop? Scan the nominees for the major prizes at this year’s Grammy Awards, to be handed out Sunday night at Staples Center in Los Angeles, and you’ll find many familiar names...

Time Traveler Weston Is Relieved The Time Is Finally Right For ‘Project Almanac’ To Come Out

Time Traveler Weston Is Relieved The Time Is Finally Right For ‘Project Almanac’ To Come Out

February 3, 2015

By Roger Moore Tribune News Service (TNS) MIAMI BEACH — Ask actor Jonny Weston what he’s been up to while he’s been waiting for what could be his “big break” to  hit theaters. Go ahead. “Twiddling my thumbs,” he says, laughing. “I’ve been waiting what, a year and a half for (...

In ‘Nobody’s Smiling,’ Common Addresses The Violence That Has Been Ripping Through His Native Chicago

In ‘Nobody’s Smiling,’ Common Addresses The Violence That Has Been Ripping Through His Native Chicago

February 3, 2015

By Gerrick D. Kennedy Los Angeles Times (TNS) Common has already lighted up the awards season with his powerful perseverance anthem “Glory.” Taken from the historical drama “Selma,” the single he created with R&B singer John Legend that connects past injustice with present unrest has taken the ...

Grammys 2015: Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett Among Planned Duets

Grammys 2015: Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett Among Planned Duets

January 29, 2015

By Mikael Wood Los Angeles Times (TNS) Young will meet old — again — at this year’s Grammy Awards. In keeping with longstanding tradition, the Recording Academy has arranged several May-December duets for the Feb. 8 ceremony, organizers announced Wednesday, including planned performances by Lady Gaga and To...

Phillip Phillips Calls His 19 Entertainment Contract ‘Oppressive’

Phillip Phillips Calls His 19 Entertainment Contract ‘Oppressive’

January 27, 2015

By Rodney Ho The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (TNS) Phillip Phillips was his own man even while competing on a cheesy show like “American Idol” season 11. He was polite but politely chafed against some of the “Idol” conventions such as the silly group sings. He admitted to not even liking...

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