Entertainment

Golden Globes' New Date Announced: Feb. 28, 2021

The Golden Globes will be held on Sunday, February 28, officials announced on Monday. The announcement comes after the Oscars also postponed their ceremony date. See the details.
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Disney+ Drops 'Hamilton' Trailer for Upcoming Film Version of Hit Broadway Show

“Hamilton” fans are getting a taste of what’s to come on Disney+ come July 3. The streaming platform released a trailer for the film version of the hit Broadway show.
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Comedian D.L. Hughley Collapses Onstage, Diagnosed with COVID-19

Shortly after comedian D.L. Hughley collapsed onstage in Nashville, Tennesse, he announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19. Hughley explained what had happened in a video he posted to social media.
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Famous Dads Celebrating Their First Father’s Day in 2020: Anderson Cooper, Rupert Grint and More!

From actors to anchors to musicians, these are celebs celebrating their first Father’s Day this year. Including Anderson Cooper, Rupert Grint, Benji Madden, Ryan Hurd and more.
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‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Alien’ Star Ian Holm Dies at 88

Ian Holm, the veteran British actor known for roles in films like ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Alien,’ has died at 88, his agent confirmed on Friday morning.
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‘Friends’ Reunion for HBO Max Targets August to Start Shooting

’Friends’ co-creator Marta Kauffman said the the reunion special, which is slated to premiere on HBO Max, plans to start shooting this August.
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2020 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to Be Held at Private Location Without Fans

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, the Fourth of July tradition at New York’s Coney Island, will go on this year, but with a few adjustments. The contest will be held in a private location and with no fans in attendance, reports TMZ.
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'30 Rock' to Return to NBC in July for Hour-Long Special

It was announced this week that “30 Rock” would be returning next month for a one-hour special that was produced remotely and will serve as the 2020 upfront for NBCUniversal.
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'Cops' Has Been Canceled After More Than 30 Years on Television

After more than 31 years on television, “Cops” has been canceled. The Paramount Network officially pulled the plug on the long-running series.
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'Harry Potter' Actor Daniel Radcliffe Responds to J.K. Rowling's Tweets About Gender Identity

“Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe is standing with trans women after author J.K Rowling was accused of controversial transphobic statements on Twitter. Read his essay for the Trevor Project now.
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