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Bob Biggs, who helped put Los Angeles punk on the map with his independent label Slash Records, has died, according to Deadline. He was 74. Biggs launched Slash Records in 1978, coming on to the Los Angeles punk zine Slash and developing the label out of the publication after its original founding. Along with Slash,
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Open Road’s Liam Neeson action movie The Honest Thief posted a notable first night during the pandemic of $225K in previews. Neeson’s action movies outside of Taken typically see largely double that or more than triple that in a healthy marketplace, i.e. last year’s Cold Pursuit posted $540K on its Thursday preview, The Commuter did $700K, and Run All Night grossed
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Rhonda Fleming, who starred in classic films of the 1940s and 50s opposite leading men like Burt Lancaster, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Kirk Douglas, Glenn Ford, Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Ronald Reagan, and Robert Mitchum has died, according to reports. She was 97 years old. Though her first appearances were in psychological black-and-white thrillers like
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The iconic cereal monsters Count Chocula, Boo Berry and Franken Berry are currently back on store shelves for the Halloween season, and General Mills has just launched a “Monster of a Sweepstakes” contest in order to find a home for three one-of-a-kind busts. The busts are the work of award-winning special effects artist Karlee Morse,
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Robert Brissette, an ardent Trump support, coughed at Black Lives Matter protesters while hurling homophobic insults. (Screen captures via YouTube) A Donald Trump supporter once again proved that the president’s fans are the pinnacle of grace and decorum by… taunting Black Lives Matter supporters with homophobic slurs before violently coughing on them. While pumping gas
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Presenting itself as a “lost scene” from David Gordon Green’s Halloween (2018), the 13-minute short Happy Halloween: A Halloween Kills Fan Film has been unleashed, coming along as a special fan-made treat on the very weekend Halloween Kills was originally supposed to be released in theaters. And to its credit, it’s a highly satisfying way
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or known simply by ‘PrEP’, is a common antiviral drug. (Getty) More than 6,000 people have signed up to just a single PrEP provider in London since the HIV-preventative drug was rolled out across England on the NHS. Since 1 October, 6,000 people have signed up for PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) at 56 Dean
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Beyoncé’s HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM, which captured her iconic 2018 Coachella set, is coming to vinyl for the first time. The 4xLP set—out December 4—comes with a 52-page booklet. Preview the record below. Beyoncé released her HOMECOMING documentary on Netflix in April 2019. Earlier this year, she shared the song “BLACK PARADE” and then the
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In 1979, Diana Ross released The Boss, her first solo album since moving to New York from Detroit. She was, for the first time, far away from her label, Motown Records, and its gatekeeper Berry Gordy. The album was a declaration of independence, proof positive that she was, in fact, The Boss, her own. It
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have found ways to keep their marriage ‘stimulating’ inside their luxurious new mansion in Montecito, Santa Barbara! Since moving into a $14.7 mansion in Santa Barbara in July, Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, have found a really “great groove at home,” a source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife. Despite being on
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