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  • Ariana Grande, Dalton Gomez tie the knot

    ...- The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) – Ariana Grande is a newlywed. A representative for the singer confirmed that she recently married real estate agent Dalton Gomez. Grande's rep told People that they tied the knot in a small and intimate wedding, where less than 20 people attended. It wasn't not clear when the wedding took place. “The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier," the rep told People. Grande, 27, and Gomez, 25, announced their engagement in December.
  • Black elite family drama 'Our Kind of People' set for fall

    ...- LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Affluent and well-connected Black families are the focus of "Our Kind of People," a new Fox drama series from "Empire" creator Lee Daniels. Based on "Our Kind of People: Inside America's Black Upper Class," a 1999 nonfiction book by Lawrence Otis Graham, the series will join the network's fall schedule, while midseason's "The Cleaning Lady" will bring the rarity of an Asian lead character to TV.
  • EXPLAINER: How AT&T-Discovery deal affects consumers, rivals

    ...- MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T said Monday it will combine its massive WarnerMedia media assets, which includes HBO and CNN, with Discovery Inc. to create a new media heavyweight in a $43 billion deal. The deal, which isn't slated to close until next year, will create a new publicly-traded company that will enter a streaming arena that has been flooded in the past two years with new players including those owned by AT&T and Discovery, which operate HBO Max and Discovery+, respectively.
  • De Niro says leg injury may prevent Tribeca fest appearance

    ...- JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — A leg injury may keep Robert De Niro from celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Tribeca Film Festival. The accident happened last week in Oklahoma while on location for the upcoming Martin Scorsese film, "Killers of the Flower Moon. " The two-time Oscar-winner immediately flew back to New York to get it checked out. "My leg is fine I ripped a ligament I guess in my quad, so I have to have it reattached to my knee.
  • Arizona sheriff launching police-themed streaming network

    ...- Associated Press
    PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona sheriff is launching his own streaming network featuring sheriff's departments from across the country. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb said this is a passion project aimed to showcase law enforcement in the best way. "I've got a few partners on it and obviously because of conflict of interest, this is not something I will be doing through the sheriff's office," Lamb told Phoenix TV station KPHO.
  • Janet Jackson's ensembles from 'Scream' video sold for $125K

    ...- Associated Press
    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Janet Jackson's ensembles she wore in the "Scream" music video opposite of her brother Michael Jackson are among the items up for bid in a three-day auction. Julien's Auctions says her black circular bubble textured fabric long-sleeve shirt, black patent leather pants and black patent leather over-the-ankle boots sold for $125,000 Saturday.
  • Philip Roth biography, pulled last month, has new publisher

    ...- HILLEL ITALIE | AP National Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — A long-awaited book about Philip Roth that was pulled last month amid allegations of sexual assault and harassment against biographer Blake Bailey has a new publisher. Skyhorse Publishing told The Associated Press on Monday that it will have "Philip Roth: The Biography" available in paperback June 15, and hopes to have the e-book and audio editions ready by Wednesday. Bailey's 900-page biography was begun in 2012 and written with the participation of Roth, who died in 2018.
  • What to watch in theaters and at home this weekend May 14-16, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Some weeks go smoothly. This one felt like five Mondays. At least I had the positivity of the "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" to keep me afloat. if you're a fan or simply feeling down, you can find nearly 30 minutes of happinesshere. I'm not being sarcastic for once. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.
  • An Oscar winner, more 'Law & Order' for NBC next season

    ...- LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Renée Zellweger is coming to network TV next season in a dramatization of a murder case recounted by “Dateline NBC. "The two-time Oscar winner's role in NBC's “The Thing About Pam" is a sign of how broadcast networks are banking on eye-catching names and familiar stories to draw viewers in an increasingly crowded TV universe.
  • Prince Harry thought about quitting royal life in his 20s

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Prince Harry compared his royal experience to being on “The Truman Show” and “living in a zoo. ” The Duke of Sussex said during a Thursday episode of the “Armchair Expert” podcast that he contemplated quitting royal life on several occasions while in his 20s. He spoke candidly with host Dax Shepard about keeping his relationship with Meghan a secret and dealing with the U. K. media scrutiny. Harry thought his life was like the 1998 Jim Carrey film “The Truman Show.
  • No charges for Ortiz-Magro after domestic violence arrest

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Jersey Shore” star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro will not be charged after an arrest on suspicion of domestic violence last month, authorities said Thursday. Los Angeles city attorney's spokesman Rob Wilcox said his office opted not to file charges against the 35-year-old Ortiz-Magro, but it will charge him with a probation violation from another domestic violence case. Ortiz-Magro pleaded no contest last year to domestic battery and resisting arrest.
  • 'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series' Season 2 cast interviews

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — I didn't seek "High School Musical," it often found me. That tends to happen when a cultural phenomenon is filmed in your hometown. I was 30 years old when the first film was released. I was decidedly outside of the target demographic. Sure, I have a Theater Degree and have witnessed my share of parties suddenly turning into Broadway revues when someone discovers a piano.
  • Harvey Mason jr. becomes official CEO of Recording Academy

    ...- MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Harvey Mason jr. can drop the interim from his title: He's now the official president and CEO of The Recording Academy. The academy, which produces the Grammy Awards annually, made the announcement Thursday. Mason, a successful Grammy-nominated producer who has worked with Beyoncé, Chris Brown and Toni Braxton, has been the interim leader at the academy since January 2020. He was previously chair of the academy's board. Mason is the first Black president and CEO of the academy.
  • Disney Q2 revenue drops on continued weakness in parks

    ...- MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Disney second-quarter revenue dropped as the pandemic continued to weigh on its parks and theme parks. Disney+ subscriptions continued to surge but missed some analyst expectations. Still, net income beat expectations and CEO Bob Chapek said signs of recovery can be seen across the company's business as the pandemic begins to wane. Disney+ subscribers more than doubled from a year ago to 103. 6 million subscribers as of April 3. That was lower than the 109.
  • Lawyer: 'Tiger King's' Jeff Lowe willing to give up big cats

    ...- Associated Press
    MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) — Netflix's "Tiger King" star Jeff Lowe and his wife are willing to give up their big cats to resolve a Justice Department civil complaint against them over the animals' care, their attorney told a federal judge. At a hearing Wednesday where the judge found the couple in contempt for violating a previous order regarding the big cats, attorney Daniel Card said the Lowes "want out completely.
  • Ariana Grande, Dalton Gomez tie the knot

    ...- The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) – Ariana Grande is a newlywed. A representative for the singer confirmed that she recently married real estate agent Dalton Gomez. Grande's rep told People that they tied the knot in a small and intimate wedding, where less than 20 people attended. It wasn't not clear when the wedding took place. “The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier," the rep told People. Grande, 27, and Gomez, 25, announced their engagement in December.
  • Black elite family drama 'Our Kind of People' set for fall

    ...- LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Affluent and well-connected Black families are the focus of "Our Kind of People," a new Fox drama series from "Empire" creator Lee Daniels. Based on "Our Kind of People: Inside America's Black Upper Class," a 1999 nonfiction book by Lawrence Otis Graham, the series will join the network's fall schedule, while midseason's "The Cleaning Lady" will bring the rarity of an Asian lead character to TV.
  • EXPLAINER: How AT&T-Discovery deal affects consumers, rivals

    ...- MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T said Monday it will combine its massive WarnerMedia media assets, which includes HBO and CNN, with Discovery Inc. to create a new media heavyweight in a $43 billion deal. The deal, which isn't slated to close until next year, will create a new publicly-traded company that will enter a streaming arena that has been flooded in the past two years with new players including those owned by AT&T and Discovery, which operate HBO Max and Discovery+, respectively.
  • De Niro says leg injury may prevent Tribeca fest appearance

    ...- JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — A leg injury may keep Robert De Niro from celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Tribeca Film Festival. The accident happened last week in Oklahoma while on location for the upcoming Martin Scorsese film, "Killers of the Flower Moon. " The two-time Oscar-winner immediately flew back to New York to get it checked out. "My leg is fine I ripped a ligament I guess in my quad, so I have to have it reattached to my knee.
  • Arizona sheriff launching police-themed streaming network

    ...- Associated Press
    PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona sheriff is launching his own streaming network featuring sheriff's departments from across the country. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb said this is a passion project aimed to showcase law enforcement in the best way. "I've got a few partners on it and obviously because of conflict of interest, this is not something I will be doing through the sheriff's office," Lamb told Phoenix TV station KPHO.
  • Janet Jackson's ensembles from 'Scream' video sold for $125K

    ...- Associated Press
    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Janet Jackson's ensembles she wore in the "Scream" music video opposite of her brother Michael Jackson are among the items up for bid in a three-day auction. Julien's Auctions says her black circular bubble textured fabric long-sleeve shirt, black patent leather pants and black patent leather over-the-ankle boots sold for $125,000 Saturday.
  • Philip Roth biography, pulled last month, has new publisher

    ...- HILLEL ITALIE | AP National Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — A long-awaited book about Philip Roth that was pulled last month amid allegations of sexual assault and harassment against biographer Blake Bailey has a new publisher. Skyhorse Publishing told The Associated Press on Monday that it will have "Philip Roth: The Biography" available in paperback June 15, and hopes to have the e-book and audio editions ready by Wednesday. Bailey's 900-page biography was begun in 2012 and written with the participation of Roth, who died in 2018.
  • What to watch in theaters and at home this weekend May 14-16, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Some weeks go smoothly. This one felt like five Mondays. At least I had the positivity of the "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" to keep me afloat. if you're a fan or simply feeling down, you can find nearly 30 minutes of happinesshere. I'm not being sarcastic for once. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.
  • An Oscar winner, more 'Law & Order' for NBC next season

    ...- LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Renée Zellweger is coming to network TV next season in a dramatization of a murder case recounted by “Dateline NBC. "The two-time Oscar winner's role in NBC's “The Thing About Pam" is a sign of how broadcast networks are banking on eye-catching names and familiar stories to draw viewers in an increasingly crowded TV universe.
  • Prince Harry thought about quitting royal life in his 20s

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Prince Harry compared his royal experience to being on “The Truman Show” and “living in a zoo. ” The Duke of Sussex said during a Thursday episode of the “Armchair Expert” podcast that he contemplated quitting royal life on several occasions while in his 20s. He spoke candidly with host Dax Shepard about keeping his relationship with Meghan a secret and dealing with the U. K. media scrutiny. Harry thought his life was like the 1998 Jim Carrey film “The Truman Show.
  • No charges for Ortiz-Magro after domestic violence arrest

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Jersey Shore” star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro will not be charged after an arrest on suspicion of domestic violence last month, authorities said Thursday. Los Angeles city attorney's spokesman Rob Wilcox said his office opted not to file charges against the 35-year-old Ortiz-Magro, but it will charge him with a probation violation from another domestic violence case. Ortiz-Magro pleaded no contest last year to domestic battery and resisting arrest.
  • 'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series' Season 2 cast interviews

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — I didn't seek "High School Musical," it often found me. That tends to happen when a cultural phenomenon is filmed in your hometown. I was 30 years old when the first film was released. I was decidedly outside of the target demographic. Sure, I have a Theater Degree and have witnessed my share of parties suddenly turning into Broadway revues when someone discovers a piano.
  • Harvey Mason jr. becomes official CEO of Recording Academy

    ...- MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Harvey Mason jr. can drop the interim from his title: He's now the official president and CEO of The Recording Academy. The academy, which produces the Grammy Awards annually, made the announcement Thursday. Mason, a successful Grammy-nominated producer who has worked with Beyoncé, Chris Brown and Toni Braxton, has been the interim leader at the academy since January 2020. He was previously chair of the academy's board. Mason is the first Black president and CEO of the academy.
  • Disney Q2 revenue drops on continued weakness in parks

    ...- MAE ANDERSON AP Technology Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Disney second-quarter revenue dropped as the pandemic continued to weigh on its parks and theme parks. Disney+ subscriptions continued to surge but missed some analyst expectations. Still, net income beat expectations and CEO Bob Chapek said signs of recovery can be seen across the company's business as the pandemic begins to wane. Disney+ subscribers more than doubled from a year ago to 103. 6 million subscribers as of April 3. That was lower than the 109.
  • Lawyer: 'Tiger King's' Jeff Lowe willing to give up big cats

    ...- Associated Press
    MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) — Netflix's "Tiger King" star Jeff Lowe and his wife are willing to give up their big cats to resolve a Justice Department civil complaint against them over the animals' care, their attorney told a federal judge. At a hearing Wednesday where the judge found the couple in contempt for violating a previous order regarding the big cats, attorney Daniel Card said the Lowes "want out completely.
  • Bongino, Gowdy getting weekend shows on Fox News Channel

    ...- Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel is creating weekend shows for commentator Dan Bongino and former U. S. Rep. Trey Gowdy starting early next month. Bongino, who has become a popular online personality and commentator, will host a show on Saturdays at 10 p. m. Eastern starting on June 5. As part of a new deal with Fox, the Fox Nation streaming site will also stream Bongino's weekday radio show, which airs at noon, Fox News Media said on Wednesday.
  • Chrissy Teigen apologizes to Courtney Stodden for harassment

    ...- Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Chrissy Teigen, the wife of superstar John Legend, has apologized for harassing a then-teenage Courtney Stodden online years ago. "Not a lot of people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their past (expletive) in front of the entire world. I'm mortified and sad at who I used to be. I was an insecure, attention seeking troll," Teigen tweeted Wednesday in a long thread.
  • CNN's Sanjay Gupta worries about a muddled pandemic message

    ...- DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — At this stage in the pandemic, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta is concerned that Americans are not getting clear enough messages about what they should or shouldn't be doing to keep themselves and others protected. Should people still be wearing a mask outside? (He doesn't. ) What can a vaccinated person do that an unvaccinated person shouldn't? Is it safe to eat inside at a restaurant? (Not if it's full, he believes.
  • Phylicia Rashad to lead Howard College of Fine Arts

    ...- ASHRAF KHALIL Associated Press
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Famed actor Phylicia Rashad is returning to her alma mater as the new dean of the Howard University College of Fine Arts. The longtime performer and Tony Award winner, who role to cultural prominence as Clair Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," graduated magna cum laude from Howard with a bachelor's degree in fine arts in 1970. Provost Anthony K.
  • Treasure trove of rock memorabilia includes Kurt Cobain hair

    ...- MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Guitars from Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton and Aerosmith as well as autographed memorabilia from The Beatles and even strands of hair from Kurt Cobain are some of the highlights of an online rock 'n' roll auction that ends over the weekend. Six strands of blonde hair from the grunge rock icon are part of a series of Nirvana offerings that also includes a Cobain amp and a rare group-signed blue Stratocaster-style guitar.
  • Met Opera strikes deal with chorus ahead of restart

    ...- ONALD BLUM, Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Metropolitan Opera reached a tentative agreement Tuesday on a four-year contract with the American Guild of Musical Artists, one of three major labor deals needed for the New York company to resume performances in September. The deal for the chorus, singers, dancers, actors, stage managers and staff directors would start Aug. 1, if ratified in a vote scheduled May 24. The new contract would start following the expiration of the current contract.
  • Elon Musk moves ratings as host of 'Saturday Night Live'

    ...- LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Elon Musk moved a cryptocurrency's value and TV ratings with his “Saturday Night Live” appearance. Last weekend's show averaged 7. 3 million viewers, making it the third most-watched episode for the season behind the ones hosted by Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock, according to Nielsen figures. A good outcome for the billionaire's first time hosting “SNL,” although reviews of his attempts at comedy ranged from charitable to meh.
  • New DVD, Blu-ray and digital release highlights for the week of May 10 -16, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — It's a busy week for physical releases as four titles recently in theaters are joined by a host of catalog 4K UHD and collector's editions. We'll kick things off with Liam Neeson talking about his latest film, "The Marksman. " Caption: Liam Neeson tells Ryan Painter about the characters and themes that pulled him into The Marksman (Video: Briarcliff Entertainment) New DVD, Blu-ray and digital release highlights for the week of May 10 -16, 2021 (Photo: Warner Bros.
  • Brit Awards to honor Taylor Swift in front of live crowd

    ...- MIKE FULLER, Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Taylor Swift was being honored as a global icon on Tuesday at the Brit Awards, set to be held in front of a live audience of 4,000 in London as part of a test return to mass-attendance events in the age of coronavirus. Britain's leading music prize ceremony is being used as a pilot event by the government ahead of the expected full easing of coronavirus restrictions this summer.
  • Lloyd Price, singer and early rock influence, dies at 88

    ...- HILLEL ITALIE and ANDREW DALTON, Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Singer-songwriter Lloyd Price, an early rock ’n roll star and enduring maverick whose hits included such up-tempo favorites as “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” “Personality” and the semi-forbidden “Stagger Lee,” has died. He was 88. Price died Monday at a long-term care facility in New Rochelle, New York, of complications from diabetes, his wife, Jacqueline Price, told The Associated Press on Saturday.
  • HBO gives first look at 'Game of Thrones' prequel 'House of the Dragon'

    ...- Colton Salaz | Sinclair Broadcast Group
    WASHINGTON (SBG) — Winter is coming and so are dragons! Fans of the record-breaking TV series “Game of Thrones” are finally getting their first glimpse of the prequel “House of the Dragon”. FILE - George R. R. Martin, author of the popular book series "Fire & Blood". (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP, File) HBO released photos of the series earlier this week, showcasing the new characters fans will encounter when the show finally debuts.
  • Aubrey Plaza marries longtime boyfriend director Jeff Baena

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Aubrey Plaza has married her longtime boyfriend, director and screenwriter Jeff Baena. The “Parks and Recreation” actor called Baena “my husband” for the first time publicly Friday in an Instagram post. Her publicist confirmed the two had married but gave no details. Plaza, 36, and Baena, 43, have been a couple for about a decade.
  • What to watch in theaters and at home this weekend May 7-9, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Here's a look at six viewing options for this weekend. Wrath of Man. Guy Ritchie is a better director than he is typically given credit for. However, "Wrath of Man" is not the director's finest hour. As a nonsensical revenge/heist film it's perfectly entertaining. Sadly, it wants to be something more. Jason Statham is a solid action hero. He's not known for his emotional range.
  • Angelina Jolie lets Taylor Sheridan drag her through hell

    ...- JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Taylor Sheridan, initially brought on to rewrite the mountain thriller "Those Who Wish Me Dead," gradually got more invested in the movie. When another filmmaker dropped out, he called the studio with an offer. "I said if I can get Angie to do this with me, I'll direct it for you," Sheridan says. "They said, 'Great. You'll never get Angie. '" The skepticism on the part of Warner Bros. executives was warranted.
  • Glenn Close on 8 Oscar nods with no wins: I am not a loser

    ...- MESFIN FEKADU AP Entertainment Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Though Glenn Close has been nominated for eight Oscars without any wins, the distinguished actor wants to make one thing clear: she is not a loser. Close has been nominated for best actress four times and she competed for her fourth best supporting actress honor at last month's Academy Awards.
  • Family of Chris Cornell settles with doctor over his death

    ...- ANDREW DALTON AP Entertainment Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of Chris Cornell and a doctor who they alleged over-prescribed him drugs before he died have agreed to a settle a lawsuit. Court documents filed by attorneys for the rock singer's widow, Vicky Cornell, and their children, Toni and Christopher Nicholas Cornell, said a confidential settlement had been reached. The documents were filed in April, but they had gone unnoticed before City News Service reported on them Thursday.
  • R&B singer Aaron Neville, 80, retires from touring

    ...- CHEVEL JOHNSON, Associated Press
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Fans of the sweet, melodic sounds of New Orleans' legendary vocalist Aaron Neville won't have many opportunities to hear him live from now on. In posts Tuesday on his official website and via social media, Neville announced his official retirement from touring. Now 80, Neville said embarking on multi-date tours is no longer appealing. "The time has come for me to stop ripping and running on the road," Neville wrote.
  • Jhené Aiko, Saweetie to perform on AAPI advocacy TV special

    ...- Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Platinum-selling performers of part-Asian descent, including R&B singer Jhené Aiko and rapper Saweetie, will perform on a TV special produced by The Asian American Foundation, the newly formed organization launched to improve AAPI advocacy. TAAF announced Thursday that English icon Sting will also perform at "See Us Unite for Change — The Asian American Foundation in service of the AAPI Community.
  • Jessica Alba's Honest Co. soars 44% in stock market debut

    ...- JOSEPH PISANI AP Retail Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Shares of Honest Co. , the diaper and baby-wipe seller founded by actress Jessica Alba, soared 44% in their stock market debut Wednesday, valuing the company at nearly $2. 1 billion. Alba founded Honest Co. a decade ago after using baby laundry detergents that caused her allergic reactions. Along with detergent, the company's other first products included diapers and wipes that were sold on Honest Co. 's website. Today, the brand includes moisturizers, mascara and vitamins.
  • Meghan wins remainder of copyright claim against UK tabloid

    ...- SYLVIA HUI Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, on Wednesday won her remaining copyright claim against a British tabloid publisher over the publication of a personal letter she wrote to her estranged father. Meghan, 39, had already won most of her claim for misuse of private information and copyright infringement against Associated Newspapers Limited, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and the MailOnline website.
  • Kourtney Kardashian shares pictures of her Utah getaway with Travis Barker

    ...- SARA KNOX, KUTV
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian, together with boyfriend and Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker, recently visited Southern Utah and shared parts of the adventure on Instagram. On Saturday, Kardashian, 42, shared the photos and videos, prompting Barker, 45, to respond,” I wanna go back. ” The pictures and videos seemed to focus on a boat trip, climbing, and red sand. In one video, Kardashian captioned, "Life on Mars? " You can watch the video below.
  • Resolution to honor openly gay country star TJ Osborne blocked by GOP lawmakers

    ...- Jackie DelPilar
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Equality advocates say some Tennessee lawmakers are discriminating against the LGBTQ community by blocking a resolution to honor country music star TJ Osborne of the band Brothers Osborne. The resolution honors the artist for his contributions to the state and his courage in coming out as the first openly gay country musician. A resolution to congratulate and honor the musician passed unanimously in the Senate.
  • After years, court hands tax win to Michael Jackson heirs

    ...- ANDREW DALTON, AP Entertainment Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A U. S. tax court has handed a major victory to the estate of Michael Jackson in a years-long battle, finding that the IRS wildly inflated the value at the time of his death of Jackson's assets and image, leading to an estate tax bill for his heirs that was far too high. The IRS had put the value of three disputed aspects of Jackson's worth at the time of his 2009 death at about $482 million.
  • Marvel Studios reveals lineup for 'Phase 4'

    ...- KHALID LAWS, Sinclair Broadcast Group
    WASHINGTON (SBG) — Celebrating its movies thus far, Marvel has revealed the lineup for "Phase 4" of its cinematic universe. Monday, Marvel Studios paid tribute to the many movies that have helped bring its cinematic universe to where it is now, as they await the return of fans to movie theaters. "The world may change and evolve, but the one thing that will never change: we’re all part of one big family," Marvel said in a post on Twitter.
  • Kentucky Derby, NFL draft pull in television viewers

    ...- DAVID BAUDER, AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Two sporting events last week — the Kentucky Derby and first round of the NFL draft — pulled in more television viewers than the Oscars, something inconceivable only a couple of years ago. The Nielsen company said 14. 5 million people watched Medina Spirit win the Derby on Saturday, and all the surrounding hoopla of the event, on NBC. The draft's opening, televised on ABC, ESPN and the NFL Network, reached 12. 6 million people combined.
  • New DVD, Blu-ray and digital release highlights for the week of May 3-9, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    This week then quantity might not be on par with last week's releases. The quality, however, certainly is. New DVD, Blu-ray and digital release highlights for the week of May 3-9, 2021 (Photo: Warner Bros. , Sony, Disney, Arrow, Criterion) Judas and the Black Messiah -William O'Neal was given two options. He could go to jail for impersonating an FBI agent. Or, he could join the Black Panthers and become an informant for the FBI.
  • NFL draft drew 160,000 with protocols for limited attendance

    ...- BARRY WILNER, AP Pro Football Writer
    Given that the nation remains in a pandemic, the NFL is more than satisfied with being able to attract 160,000 fans to the draft in Cleveland last week. While those numbers pale in comparison to what the three-day draft drew in previous years in Nashville and Philadelphia, they also reflect the necessary health and safety protocols the league observed. “We hit 160,000 across the three days,” Peter O'Reilly, the NFL's NFL executive vice president of club business and league events, said Tuesday.
  • Brad Paisley donating some tour sales to his free Nashville referral-based grocery store

    ...- KAYLIN JORGE | WZTV Staff
    Country superstar Brad Paisley is hitting the road for his 2021 tour but focusing on giving back at the same time. Paisley is performing on Broadway for Nashville's Fourth of July celebration as part of his tour this year. A portion of his tour sales will go toward "The Store. " It's a nonprofit, free referral-based grocery store in Nashville. The Paisleys opened it right after deadly twister ripped through Middle Tennessee in March 2020.
  • New kids' TV show emerges from the Mister Rogers universe

    ...- MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Mister Rogers' neighborhood is expanding. In rare welcome news of sprawl, PBS Kids is releasing a new puppet-led series called "Donkey Hodie," inspired from characters in the original Fred Rogers TV show. "Every part of it seems to be infused with joy and heart and humor," says Adam Rudman, who co-created and co-produced the show with his brother, David. "And I think that's something that Fred Rogers would appreciate.
  • Prosecutors: Suspects tailed Lady Gaga's dog walker

    ...- STEFANIE DAZIO Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three men drove around the Hollywood area in late February, on the prowl for expensive French bulldogs to steal, prosecutors said. Their night would end in gunfire — and the violent theft of pop star Lady Gaga's beloved pets. The robbery would prompt headlines around the world — and motivate the owners of French bulldogs to be wary during walks — with few clues made public about the case or the circumstances surrounding the dogs' disappearance.
  • Judge orders Kevin Spacey accuser to reveal his identity

    ...- LARRY NEUMEISTER Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — A man accusing Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey of sexually abusing him in the 1980s when he was 14 cannot proceed anonymously in court, a judge ruled Monday. U. S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan in Manhattan refused to let the man proceed only as “C. D. ” in a lawsuit filed in September in New York state court and later moved to federal court.
  • Amazon to take over "Thursday Night Football" package in '22

    ...- JOE REEDY AP Sports Writer
    Amazon Prime Video will become the exclusive home of the NFL's “Thursday Night Football” package a year earlier than originally anticipated. Amazon and the league announced Monday that Prime Video will take over the entire package in 2022, which will make it an 11-season deal through 2032. It was originally supposed to begin in 2023 when the league's new media rights deals kick in. This is the first time a streaming service has had the full rights to an NFL package.
  • Two arrested after trespassing near Prince Andrew's home

    ...- Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Police have arrested two people after receiving a report of trespassers near the home of Britain's Prince Andrew, the second-oldest son of Queen Elizabeth II. Thames Valley Police said a 29-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man, both from London, were arrested after a report of intruders on the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park on April 25. Police said there was no risk to anyone at the lodge, Andrew's official residence.
  • Jenner says transgender girls in women's sports is 'unfair'

    ...- Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner, the former Olympic champion and reality TV personality now running for California governor, said she opposes transgender girls competing in girls' sports at school. Jenner, a 1976 decathlon Olympic gold medalist who came out as a transgender woman in 2015, told a TMZ reporter on Saturday that it's "a question of fairness. ""That's why I oppose biological boys who are trans competing in girls' sports in school. It just isn't fair.
  • Arizona town readies for tourists after 'Nomadland' movie

    ...- Associated Press
    QUARTZSITE, Ariz. (AP) — "Nomadland" was partly filmed in the Western town of Quartzsite and won the Academy Award for Best Picture this year, but it's still unclear if that will translate into more tourists. Regardless, Phil Bates, owner of the Main Trading Post, told the Arizona Republic that he plans to be ready to sell "Nomadland"-related T-shirts and tchotchkes to any of the newly curious who decide to make a pit stop in the small Arizona town near the California border.
  • Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89

    ...- By BROOKE LEFFERTS Associated Press
    MAPLEWOOD, N. J. (AP) — Olympia Dukakis, the veteran stage and screen actress whose flair for maternal roles helped her win an Oscar as Cher's mother in the romantic comedy "Moonstruck," has died. She was 89. Dukakis died Saturday morning in her home in New York City, according to Allison Levy, her agent at Innovative Artists. A cause of death was not immediately released.
  • What to watch in theaters and at home this weekend April 30 - May 2, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Even though I was only able to sit down with three films this week I'll be including an additional five that I fully intend to get to when time allows. Tom Clancy's Without Remorse. It's hard not to be incredibly disappointed in "Without Remorse. " The film stars Michael B. Jordan and was co-written by Taylor Sheridan ("Hell or High Water," "Yellowstone," "Sicario") and Will Staples ("The Right Stuff" series) and exists within the world of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan stories.
  • Actor Esmé Bianco sues Marilyn Manson, alleging sexual abuse

    ...- ANDREW DALTON, AP Entertainment Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Game of Thrones” actor Esmé Bianco sued Marilyn Manson on Friday, alleging sexual, physical and emotional abuse. In the lawsuit filed in federal court in Los Angeles, Bianco says that Manson violated human trafficking law by bringing her to California from England under the false pretenses of roles in music videos and movies that never materialized. An email seeking comment from an attorney who has previously represented Manson was not immediately returned.
  • Immersive flight ride 'FlyOver' headed to Las Vegas Strip

    ...- News 3 Staff
    A new attraction is coming to the Las Vegas Strip. FlyOver, a new immersive flight ride, is coming to Las Vegas this fall, according to the attractions company Pursuit. The company describes the ride as a state-of-the-art experience that will take guests on a "multi-sensory journey" over the American West's iconic landmarks, like the Strip, Grand Canyon and Lake Tahoe.
  • Biden reaches 26.9 million viewers for first address to Congress

    ...- DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — An estimated 26. 9 million people watched President Joe Biden's first address to Congress across 16 television networks, the smallest audience for the yearly presidential speech since at least 1993. The previous low was the 31. 3 million who watched President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address in 2016, the Nielsen company said on Thursday. Nielsen didn't have measurements before 1993. Biden's audience compares to the 37.
  • 5 arrested in violent robbery of Lady Gaga's dogs

    ...- STEFANIE DAZIO Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The woman who returned Lady Gaga's stolen French bulldogs was among five people arrested in connection with the theft and shooting of the music superstar's dog walker, Los Angeles police said Thursday. Detectives do not believe that the thieves initially knew the dogs belonged to the pop star, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement. The motive for the Feb.
  • UK film academy suspends Noel Clarke over misconduct claims

    ...- Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Britain's motion picture academy on Thursday suspended actor-director Noel Clarke after a newspaper reported that multiple women had accused him of sexual harassment or bullying. The film and television academy said it was also suspending Clarke's award for outstanding British contribution to cinema, given to him earlier this month at a ceremony in London.
  • For Dave Grohl, what drives musicians is more than van

    ...- DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Dave Grohl thought he was making a nostalgic film about the formative days of famous musicians. But then the pandemic happened. Partly by design and partly by circumstance, “What Drives Us” became a surprisingly emotional documentary about the power of live music and the pain of its absence. The Foo Fighters leader has become an effective storyteller on film, making the “Sound City” documentary on a legendary California music studio and the HBO series “Sonic Highways.
  • Love for rap music deeply rooted in Young Miller Tha Don

    ...- PERRCY LOVELL CRAWFORD, Zenger News
    LOS ANGELES (Zenger News) — Young Miller Tha Don tasted music success early. As a teenager, he was part of Romeo’s Rich Boyz group. Romeo, the son of Master P and cousin of Young Miller Tha Don, formed the group that produced the hit “You Can’t Shine Like Me. ” Master P’s influence took Young Miller Tha Don from New Orleans to California, where he’s working to keep the legacy going.
  • Burning Man cancels 2021 event, organizers set sights on next year

    ...- News 4 & Fox 11 Digital Staff
    For a second straight year, Burning Man is canceled. In a release posted on Tuesday morning, organizers say, "All of us at Burning Man Project have been busy projecting all the possible scenarios that would allow us to bring our desert city back to life in 2021. The variables are many, and our capacity to overcome challenges is high. It’s what we do. ... We have decided to set our sights on Black Rock City 2022.
  • More complete count pushes Oscars to 10.4 million viewers

    ...- DAVID BAUDER, AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — It may be little consolation for the movie academy, but a more complete count by the Nielsen company pushed the Academy Awards audience to 10. 4 million viewers on Tuesday. A day earlier, Nielsen's preliminary estimate had Sunday's show at 9. 85 million viewers. Either way, it's a record low for an event that not too long ago routinely reached more than 30 million people. The Oscars were enough to give ABC a victory in the prime-time ratings with an average of 4.
  • Britney Spears set to speak in court on her conservatorship

    ...- ANDREW DALTON AP Entertainment Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Britney Spears has asked to address the court to talk about the conservatorship that has controlled her life and finances for 13 years, her attorney said Tuesday, and a judge scheduled a June date to hear from her. Spears' court-appointed attorney, Samuel Ingham III, said in a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court that she had asked to speak to the court soon, and agreed with Judge Brenda Penny on a June 23 date. He did not say what she would specifically like to say.
  • No charges against R&B artist Trey Songz over NFL scuffle

    ...- HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press
    R&B artist Trey Songz will not face charges in an alleged altercation with police officers at the AFC championship game in Kansas City, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Mike Mansur, a spokesman for the Jackson County prosecutor's office, said there is "insufficient evidence" to bring charges and that police were notified of the decision late last week. He declined to comment further. Songz, whose name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, was arrested and jailed overnight in January.
  • Burning Man cancels 2021 festival in northern Nevada desert

    ...- SCOTT SONNER Associated Press
    RENO, Nev. (AP) — Burning Man organizers announced Tuesday they are canceling this summer's annual counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert for the second year in a row due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The San Francisco-based group posted a video on its web site that said there are too many uncertainties to resolve in time to hold the event as scheduled Aug. 26-Sept. 3 in the Black Rock Desert 100 miles (160 kilometers) north of Reno.
  • Back to duty: UK queen returns to public tasks after funeral

    ...- The Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday held her first video meetings since the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip, pressing on with royal duties as she formally accepted the credentials of new ambassadors from the Ivory Coast and Latvia. The monarch, 95, held the virtual audiences from Windsor Castle, where she has lived during the COVID-19 pandemic, while the ambassadors were 20 miles away at Buckingham Palace in central London.
  • Academy Awards television audience plummets to 9.85 million

    ...- DAVID BAUDER AP Media Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Academy Awards television audience plunged to 9. 85 million viewers on ABC, less than half of the Oscars' previous low and continuing a startling trend of viewer tune out for awards shows. The Nielsen company's preliminary estimate shows that the audience who watched "Nomadland" win best picture on Sunday was 58% below last year's tally of 23. 6 million, which had set the previous record for least-watched Oscars telecast.
  • Judge tosses lawsuit of man who alleged Jackson molestation

    ...- ANDREW DALTON AP Entertainment Writer
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge on Monday dismissed the lawsuit of a man who alleged that Michael Jackson sexually abused him as a boy. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark A. Young granted the Jackson estate's request to dismiss the suit brought in 2013 by Wade Robson. The judge said two Jackson entertainment corporations targeted by the lawsuit had no legal duty to protect Robson from Jackson.
  • Here's what's coming to Netflix in May 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    With May only a few days away, it's time to take a look at what Netflix will be bringing subscribers over the next four weeks. Here's a peek at their sizzle reel. And now a look at the four titles that I'm most looking forward to. The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness. The story of David Richard Berkowitz is filled with murder, a dog possessed by a demon and a possible connection to a satanic cult. Many have dismissed the idea of Berkowitz working as part of a larger group.
  • Apple Music launches more than 100 city-focused music charts

    ...- MESFIN FEKADU AP Music Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Apple Music is coming to a city near you — the streaming service has launched daily music charts focused on particular cities around the world, including New York City, Tokyo and Lagos. The streaming service unveiled City Charts on Monday for more than 100 cities, and the Top 25 songs on each local chart are based on the number of plays in the particular city.
  • 'Mortal Kombat,' 'Demon Slayer' lead improving box office

    ...- JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — The weekend at movie theaters featured something not seen for a while: a genuine box-office battle. Warner Bros. ' "Mortal Kombat" reboot and the Japanese anime film "Demon Slayer: Mugen Train" both vied for the top spot at the North American box office, with "Mortal Kombat" narrowly edging "Demon Slayer. " The R-rated "Mortal Kombat" earned an estimated $22. 5 million, according to studio estimates, while Funimation's "Demon Slayer" grossed $19. 5 million.
  • With no crowds, new venue, reinvented Oscars set for takeoff

    ...- JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer
    An Oscars unlike any before will get underway Sunday night, with history on the line in major categories and a telecast retooled for the pandemic. The 93rd Academy Awards will begin at 8 p. m. EDT on ABC. There will be no host, no audience, nor face masks for nominees attending the ceremony at Los Angeles' Union Station — this year's hub for a show usually broadcast from the Dolby Theatre.
  • DMX immortalized by family and close friends at memorial

    ...- JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. and JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — DMX's legacy was immortalized as a man beloved by his family, honored for his strong faith and respected as one of hip-hop's greatest icons at his memorial service Saturday, with several heartfelt speeches from those who knew the rapper best. The speakers included friends Swizz Beatz and Nas, as well as his daughter, who rapped in honor of her father. Kanye West and Busta Rhymes were among the big names who attended the two-hour ceremony at the Barclays Center in New York.
  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk adding SNL hosting job to his to-do list

    ...- The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Technology mogul Elon Musk has a lined up a new gig in addition to his jobs as CEO of electric car maker Tesla and spaceship maker SpaceX. He is going to host the iconic TV show “Saturday Night Live. " Musk's scheduled May 8 appearance builds upon his recent run of success. Tesla's stock is worth nearly six times more than it was before the pandemic started, leaving Musk with an estimated fortune of $177 billion, according to Forbes magazine.
  • Embattled producer Scott Rudin resigns from Broadway League

    ...- The Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Film and theater producer Scott Rudin is resigning from the powerful Broadway League as he faces allegations of decades of abusive and violent behavior. “I know apologizing is not, by any means, enough," Rudin, whose credits include “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “The Book of Mormon” and a revival of “West Side Story,” wrote this week in an email to The New York Times.
  • The world isolates. A New Zealand band plays to 50,000 fans

    ...- NICK PERRY, Associated Press
    AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) — Singer Matiu Walters grinned as he gazed out over 50,000 damp but delirious fans and said those magic words: “So, what’s up Eden Park? ” While much of the world remains hunkered down, the band Six60 has been playing to huge crowds in New Zealand, where social distancing isn't required after the nation stamped out the coronavirus. The band’s tour finale on Saturday night was billed as the largest concert in the world since the pandemic began.
  • Lindsay Lohan's dad accused of taking kickbacks from rehab

    ...- The Associated Press
    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The estranged father of actor Lindsay Lohan was arrested Friday on charges that he illegally took kickbacks for referring patients to a substance abuse treatment center. Michael Lohan, 60, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on five counts of patient brokering and one count of conspiracy to commit patient brokering, The Palm Beach Post reported.
  • Plastic surgery rumors spread on Twitter over Zac Efron's 'new face'

    ...- Adam Forgie, KUTV
    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A photo of movie star Zac Efron circulating on Twitter is prompting people to wonder if the star has had plastic surgery. Efron made a brief appearance during Bill Nye's "Earth Day! The Musical" virtual event on Facebook Thursday. Fans immediately started speculating if Efron had some work done on his face, pointing out a more-square jawline, fuller lips, and puffiness around his face. We've embedded some responses on Twitter below.
  • Rapper Lil Mosey facing rape charge in Washington state

    ...- The Associated Press
    CHEHALIS, Wash. (AP) — Seattle rapper Lil Mosey, best known for his hit "Blueberry Faygo," is facing a second-degree rape charge in Washington state. The Lewis County prosecutor's office filed the charge earlier this month against the 19-year-old, born Lathan Moses Echols, and another man following a Jan 5 party at a cabin in rural Randle, near Mount St. Helens.
  • What to watch in theaters and at home this weekend April 23-25, 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    All eyes will turn back to the box office with the cinematic reboot of "Mortal Kombat" and anime "Demon Slayer: Mugen Train" are both given a wide theatrical release. Both films have already opened overseas where "Mortal Kombat" has made around $10 million and "Demon Slayer: Mugen Train" has racked up a massive $384 million. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to catch"Demon Slayer: Mugen Train. " So, I can't comment on its quality. Here's a look at what I did spend my time with this week:
  • Kors marks 40th anniversary with love letter to Broadway

    ...- BROOKE LEFFERTS Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Kors is a top designer, of course, but he's also a confirmed theater geek. He celebrated his love for the performing arts as he marked his 40th anniversary as a designer this week, with a digital show that showcased the razzle-dazzle of Broadway. "Honestly even just talking about it makes me feel joy," he said in live comments from Times Square on Tuesday, about the experience of sitting in a Broadway theater.
  • Anthony Bourdain documentary 'Roadrunner' set for summer

    ...- LINDSEY BAHR, AP Film Writer
    A documentary about the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain is coming to theaters this summer. Directed by Academy Award winner Morgan Neville, Focus Features said Friday that “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” will hit theaters on July 16.
  • Gal Gadot spotlights women's stories in new docuseries

    ...- JOHN CARUCCI, Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — Gal Gadot is using her Hollywood starpower to spotlight remarkable women from around the world. The “Wonder Woman” actor is host and executive producer of a new documentary series that follows six women who made a positive impact on their communities despite dealing with poverty, violence, discrimination and natural disasters.
  • Sheriff's office: Meeting with country star on same day he's served order 'coincidental'

    ...- Kathleen Jacob, Adrian Mojica, WZTV Staff
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —The Cheatham County Sheriff's Office in Tennessee says a meeting and photo op with country music artist Ryan Upchurch coincidentally took place on the same day an order of protection was served against Upchurch. On March 17, 2021, Upchurch visited with leaders of his hometown sheriff's office to show appreciation in the form of giving the department his first gold album "Southern Land. " WZTV learned that same day, Upchurch was served an order of protection.
  • Shock G, off-kilter Digital Underground leader, dead at 57

    ...- RYAN PEARSON, Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Shock G, who blended whimsical wordplay with reverence for '70s funk as leader of the off-kilter Bay Area hip-hop group Digital Underground, has died. He was 57. Nzazi Malonga, a longtime friend who served as head of security and helped manage the group, said the rapper-producer was found unresponsive Thursday in a hotel room in Tampa, Florida. Malonga said the performer, born Greg Jacobs, had struggled with drug addiction for years.
  • Vocabulary, lightning round added to National Spelling Bee

    ...- BEN NUCKOLS, Associated Press
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Scripps National Spelling Bee is undergoing a major overhaul to ensure it can identify a single champion, adding vocabulary questions and a lightning-round tiebreaker to this year's pandemic-altered competition. The 96-year-old bee has in the past included vocabulary on written tests but never in the high-stakes oral competition rounds, where one mistake eliminates a speller.
  • 'Jersey Shore' star arrested on domestic violence allegation

    ...- The Associated Press
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Jersey Shore” star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro was arrested Thursday for investigation of felony domestic violence, police said. Ortiz-Magro, 35, was arrested in the coastal Playa del Rey section of Los Angeles, LAPD Officer William Cooper said. Police said Ortiz-Magro was arrested on suspicion of violating a California law covering violence against intimate partners. No other details on the person were given. Ortiz-Magro's attorneys, Scott E.
  • Hundreds of theater workers demand change in Times Square

    ...- MARK KENNEDY, AP Entertainment Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Hundreds of theater workers marched down Broadway on Thursday, rallying to demand more inclusion in the industry, protesting producer Scott Rudin and to call for greater transparency from the Actors’ Equity Association union. “I believe that change is possible. I believe that a Broadway led by a racially diverse, many-gendered or non-conforming, many-abled theater community is possible,” said speaker Jaime Cepero.
  • Appeals court sides with Dr. Luke on an issue in Kesha clash

    ...- JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press
    NEW YORK (AP) — An appellate court ruled for music producer Dr. Luke on Thursday on an important legal question in his defamation suit against pop star Kesha, saying the Grammy-nominated hitmaker isn't a public figure in the eyes of the law. The decision isn't a final judgment in the long-running court clash between the multiplatinum-selling singer, who says Dr. Luke raped her, and the producer, who denies it and says his onetime protege smeared him with lies.
  • Last call: Titles leaving Netflix in May 2021

    ...- Ryan Painter (KUTV)
    Here's a look at the titles that will be leaving Netflix in May. It's not a particularly long list. It does, however, feature a number of films and a series that I'd recommend diving into before they evaporate into the streaming ether. War Horse. Released in 2011, Steven Spielberg's World War I drama "War Horse" stars Jeremy Irvine as Albert Narracott, a young man, who enlists in the British Army after his horse Joey is sold to the British Calvary.
  • Les McKeown, who fronted the Bay City Rollers, dies at 65

    ...- The Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — Les McKeown, the former lead singer of the 1970s Scottish pop sensation Bay City Rollers, has died suddenly at the age of 65, his family said Thursday. A statement from his family posted on social media said: “It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of our beloved husband and father Leslie Richard McKeown. ” The Scottish singer died at home on Tuesday, it added.
  • 'We're buzzing!' Brit Awards to welcome back music fans

    ...- PAN PYLAS Associated Press
    LONDON (AP) — British music's leading prize night next month will feature an audience of 4,000 people, in what will be the first major indoor music event in the country to welcome back a live audience since the coronavirus pandemic erupted more than a year ago. The Brit Awards said Thursday that the May 11 event at London's 02 Arena has been picked to be part of the government's easing of coronavirus restrictions following a sharp drop in new cases in the U. K.
  • Olympic bodies launch competitive series in virtual sports

    ...- Associated Press
    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — A competitive virtual sports event was launched Thursday by the International Olympic Committee. The Olympic Virtual Series will include five sports — baseball, cycling, auto racing, rowing and sailing — and runs from May 13 to June 23. The Tokyo Olympics open on July 23. Gaming brands involved in the project include Gran Turismo, Zwift and eBaseball Powerful Pro Baseball 2020.
  • Burning Man mulling mandatory COVD-19 vaccines for August

    ...- SCOTT SONNER Associated Press
    RENO, Nev. (AP) — Burning Man festival organizers have said that they are considering requiring attendees to prove they have been vaccinated for COVID-19 if the organizers move forward with plans to hold this year's counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert. The organizers backed off an earlier statement indicating that they had already decided to make the shots mandatory.
  • Prince fans pay respects at Paisley Park 5 years after death

    ...- The Associated Press
    CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — Paisley Park, where Prince lived and worked, welcomed back select fans Wednesday to mark the fifth anniversary of his death from inside his creative sanctuary. Some wore custom Prince clothes and shoes and left flowers and other mementos as tributes to the late superstar.
  • Is it finally game on for video game adaptations?

    ...- JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer
    NEW YORK (AP) — Is there a more woebegone movie genre than the video game adaptation? This is the pantheon of “Max Payne,” “Wing Commander” and “Assassin’s Creed. ” In the 27 years since the first video game movie, “Super Mario Bros. ,” these adaptations have been so regularly mocked that you might think the genre was -- like a teetering fighter in “Mortal Kombat” surrounded by chants of “Finish him! ” -- on its last legs.
  • 50 Cent set to star in and executive produce sports heist thriller 'Free Agents'

    ...- KHALID LAWS, Sinclair Broadcast Group
    WASHINGTON (SBG) — Entertainer 50 Cent continues to make his mark in Hollywood after landing the starring role in the upcoming heist thriller "Free Agents," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Directed by Deon Taylor, "Free Agents," is a sports heist thriller that focuses on a journeyman player who's trying to realize his dream of playing professional football.
  • Colton Underwood faces backlash following national interview

    ...- Colton Salaz | Sinclair Broadcast Group
    WASHINGTON (SBG) - Colton Underwood, former football player and star of “The Bachelor,” is facing backlash after coming out as gay on national television. The reality TV star announced during an interview on “Good Morning America” last week. Shortly after the interview aired, it was confirmed by CNN that Underwood would be starring in a Netflix series about his experiences as a gay man. FILE - Colton Underwood arrives at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on July 10, 2019.
  • LeVar Burton will host Jeopardy! after petition garners 246,000 signatures

    ...- KAYLIN JORGE, WZTV
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) – It's official: Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton will guest host Jeopardy! The game show made the announcement on Wednesday. This comes after the longtime "Reading Rainbow" expressed interest in guest hosting on the show and a petition that garnered more than 246,000 signatures. Burton even shared the petition on his Twitter page. An online schedule says Burton will host the show on dates airing July 26 to July 30. "Jeopardy!
  • Arkansas to honor favorite son with annual Johnny Cash Day

    ...- Associated Press
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Man in Black is about to get his own day in Arkansas. The Arkansas House on Tuesday gave final approval to a bill that would make Feb. 26 "Johnny Cash Day," voting 92-0 to send the measure to Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who will sign it, according to his office. The state Senate approved the bill earlier this month. The day won't be a legal holiday but instead will be a memorial day marked by an annual proclamation from the governor.
  • 'TN will always love you': Tennessee Governor signs resolution honoring Dolly Parton

    ...- Caitlyn Shelton
    "TN will always love you. " That's the message Tennessee Governor Bill Lee is sending to country queen Dolly Parton. Governor Lee signed a resolution Wednesday morning recognizing the Tennessee treasure for her contributions to children's literacy. Lee added he's proud to sign onto the honor. "Since 1995, Dolly has worked far beyond 9 to 5 to distribute 152+ million books to 1. 8+ million kids," Governor Lee shared on social media. "Thank you, Dolly! TN will always love you.
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