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‘This Is Us’: Why Beth, not Randall, is the best Pearson

December 25, 2017


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By Ellen Gray Philadelphia Daily News (TNS) Do you have a favorite Pearson on NBC’s “This Is Us”? If you said Randall — a great choice, but not the best — we need to talk. (If you picked Kevin, or Kate, or Pearson-adjacent Toby, we may have nothing to talk about.) With all due respect to Emmy winne...

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Debuts With $181.8 Million

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Debuts With $181.8 Million

May 10, 2016


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By Tre’vell Anderson Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Disney’s “Captain America: Civil War” may have pitted two of Marvel’s most popular characters against each other, but coming out on top is the Burbank studio whose latest blockbuster had a stellar debut this week. The film, directed by ...

Beyonce Takes A Fierce Stance On ‘Lemonade’

Beyonce Takes A Fierce Stance On ‘Lemonade’

April 26, 2016


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By Mikael Wood Los Angeles Times (TNS) Leave it to Beyonce to surprise us even when we suspected she was coming. Two and a half years ago, no one outside the singer’s trusted circle knew what she had in store with “Beyonce,” the sprawling self-titled album that appeared without warning one night ...

The Fresh Lens Of ‘The People v.s. O.J. Simpson’ Exposes The Same Societal Ills

The Fresh Lens Of ‘The People v.s. O.J. Simpson’ Exposes The Same Societal Ills

April 5, 2016


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(PHOTOS) By Libby Hill Los Angeles Times (TNS) “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson” should have been an unmitigated disaster. Let’s start with the fact that the 10-episode FX series practically ignores the horrific crime at the heart of the so-called trial of the century. It...

Oscars Have An ‘Old-Fashioned Idea’ Of A Score, And Other Thoughts By ‘The Revenant’ composers

Oscars Have An ‘Old-Fashioned Idea’ Of A Score, And Other Thoughts By ‘The Revenant’ composers

February 25, 2016


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(PHOTO) By David Ng Los Angeles Times (TNS) The urgent request arrived in May at a difficult personal time for composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. Could he fly to Los Angeles — tomorrow, if possible — to meet with Alejandro G. Inarritu? The director wanted Sakamoto to create the score for “The Revenant,”...

‘Deadpool’ Kills All Rivals At The Box Office

‘Deadpool’ Kills All Rivals At The Box Office

February 16, 2016


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By Tre’vell Anderson Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — “Deadpool,” Marvel’s R-rated twist on superhero movies, grossed an estimated $135 million in the U.S. and Canada in its first three days, all but ensuring that the film will more than double analysts’ estimates of $70 million...

Jamaal Charles Likes The Look Of Chiefs’ Offensive Line

Jamaal Charles Likes The Look Of Chiefs’ Offensive Line

September 8, 2015


Filed under Sports

At 28 years old, Jamaal Charles is smack dab in the middle of his prime. But no running back — even elite ones like Charles — can truly live up to their potential without a well-oiled offensive line, something Charles hopes the Chiefs’ group is better equipped to be this year. “It was roug...

Springfield, Home Of ‘The Simpsons,’ Opens At Universal Studios Hollywood

Springfield, Home Of ‘The Simpsons,’ Opens At Universal Studios Hollywood

June 11, 2015


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By Martin Miller Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Springfield, the mythical city that serves as Anytown, USA for “The Simpsons,” is enjoying some urban sprawl in the real world. Home to America’s favorite screaming yellow TV characters, the town becomes bicoastal on Wednesday when Uni...

Gil Lebreton: Power Five Conferences All Have It Wrong On Title Games

Gil Lebreton: Power Five Conferences All Have It Wrong On Title Games

June 2, 2015


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By Gil Lebreton Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TNS) Being competitive dudes and manly men, the football coaches and athletic directors of the Big 12 Conference convened in Phoenix last week to reassert their collective place in the post-BCS world. And this is what they came up with: Tiebreaker rules. ...

NBC, Fox Announce Lineups For Next Year

NBC, Fox Announce Lineups For Next Year

May 11, 2015


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By Rick Bentley The Fresno Bee (TNS) NBC and Fox have kicked off the week when the five major networks announce their schedules for the 2015-16 TV season. While FOX is making only a few adjustments, NBC is starting from scratch after a less than stellar 2013-14 lineup. NBC The only NBC series t...

Britney Spears Cancels Concerts After Foot Injury

Britney Spears Cancels Concerts After Foot Injury

May 5, 2015


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By August Brown Los Angeles Times (TNS) Britney Spears has canceled several dates of her “Piece of Me” concert residency in Las Vegas after slipping and injuring her foot onstage. The 33-year-old singer was performing her set Wednesday night at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino when, aft...

Fourth Man Pleads Guilty In Slaying Of Former NFL player

Fourth Man Pleads Guilty In Slaying Of Former NFL player

April 30, 2015


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By David Ovalle Miami Herald (TNS) The fourth man involved in the slaying of former University of Miami and Washington Redskins football star Sean Taylor will serve 30 years in prison. Charles Wardlow pleaded guilty Wednesday, eight years after he and four other young men from Fort Myers, Fla., broke int...

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