Month: April 2024

Performing in the U.S. for international artists just got a lot more complicated. On April 1, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services instituted a 250% visa fee increase for global musicians hoping to tour in the U.S. Artists, advocacy groups and immigration lawyers are concerned it could have devastating effects on emerging talent worldwide
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Andy Cohen is responding to the rumors that he is leaving Bravo and they are working on his exit package. There have been a handful of lawsuits being thrown at the network and NBCUniversal. Plus, Cohen’s name has been caught in the crossfire. So, what is the truth? Keep reading for more details. Andy Cohen
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The short film that introduced Mickey Mouse to the world, 1928’s Steamboat Willie entered the public domain this year, and a handful of Mickey Mouse-themed horror projects have already been announced. One of those films is titled Screamboat, and Bloody Disgusting has learned that the filmmakers are teaming with Iconic Events Releasing for a theatrical release. From
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Kelly is a former librarian and a long-time blogger at STACKED. She’s the editor/author of (DON’T) CALL ME CRAZY: 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH and the editor/author of HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD. Her next book, BODY TALK, will publish in Fall 2020. Follow her on Instagram @heykellyjensen. View
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Share Tweet Share Share Email Disney+’s animated series Bluey has made a significant addition to its storytelling by including LGBTQ+ characters. Known for capturing the hearts of its young audience, Bluey features the adventures of a six-year-old blue heeler puppy named Bluey, who explores life in Brisbane with her canine friends. The show is not just for kids; adults
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View gallery Image Credit: Getty Images What, like producing a Legally Blonde spinoff series is hard? Fans of Reese Witherspoon‘s original 2001 film can rejoice now that they can watch a brand-new television show! It’s been more than 20 years since we last saw Reese rock Elle Woods’ iconic pink legal attire in Legally Blonde 2:
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Golden Bachelor alum April Kirkwood has caused some drama in Bachelor Nation this week. Fans have already learned that April says what she thinks and this particular time was no different. Theresa Nist spoke out after she and Gerry Turner announced their divorce. April basically told Theresa that she tried to warn her but she needed
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Following in the wake of the Spike Lee-directed remake in 2013, Park Chan-wook’s South Korean masterpiece Oldboy (2003) is getting a small screen adaptation, we’ve learned. Lionsgate Television is partnering with renowned filmmaker Park Chan-wook to develop his acclaimed film Oldboy for television, marking the first English-language series adaptation of the iconic property. This comes as Park’s The
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The players in this week’s Thursday crossword are a little less ready for primetime than usual. Play “Saturday Night Livelihoods” now. New crosswords appear every Tuesday and Thursday in the Consequence Newsletter, where you can also find irregular bonus puzzles. Subscribe here to never miss an issue.  Originally Published Here.
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My Riot by Rick Spears and Emmett Helen Are you drawn toward stories of band life? You are so going to love this graphic novel. When My Riot opens, it’s 1991, and 17-year-old Valerie Simmons is chugging along through an average suburban life, landing her first job at an ice cream shop and training to
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Watching Chicago Fire has always felt nostalgic, even in the beginning. The pacing, the dialogue, and the often unrealistic (but still highly entertaining) storylines are reminiscent of the daytime soap operas that you might remember from spending sick days off school at your grandma’s house. To be clear, that’s the highest compliment
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Netflix just released the first trailer for the adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez’s masterpiece One Hundred Years of Solitude. The trailer for the series adaptation opens with Colonel Aureliano Buendía as an adult (played by Claudio Cataño) facing a firing squad, with the book’s iconic opening line narrated in Spanish with English
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