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Jake Gyllenhaal expertly shuts down a Taylor Swift question from Jeff Bauman, the Boston Marathon survivor he portrayed on film.
"Mr. Robot" actor Rami Malek brings Queen frontman Freddie Mercury to life in the biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody." Focusing on the band's glory days, this shows the formation of Queen up until their performance at the 1985 Live Aid.
J. J. Abrams replaces Colin Trevorrow as the director for the upcoming "Episode IX." Giving the director more time, Disney and Lucasfilm push the "Episode IX" release to December 2019.
"Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" actor Harrison Ford becomes an impromptu traffic officer. In the middle of a New York traffic jam, he moves cars around and leaves quickly after.
The "Hellboy" reboot lost Ed Skrein due to the recent whitewashing outcry by the public. In response, Daniel Dae Kim is now talking with the production team to play Major Ben Daimio.
Wonder Woman's homeland may have more scenes in the final product for the upcoming "Justice League" film. However, the additional footage may be used for another DCEU movie, "Aquaman."
News broke out that Kanye West canceled "Yeezy" Season 6 for the New York Fashion Week. As it turns out, Season 6 has not been booked for the event at all.
Spotify makes drastic changes to its service structure. Due to its recent updates, the service lost its support for Mac OS' Safari browser.
Will Smith returns with a new single after 12 years, and he wants it with long time friend DJ Jazzy Jeff. "Get Lit" is their newest collaboration after 1998's "Lovely Daze."
Beyoncé’s hits the big 36 with a bang.Friends and families came together to greet and celebrate her birthday, even recreating one of her memorable looks.
Lady Gaga was forced to postpone the "Joanne" World Tour in Montreal, Monday. Struck with a respiratory infection, the singer was advised to rest for the time being.
After celebrating its tenth year, London bids adieu to the Apple Music Festival. This does not stop the tech giant in their involvement in the music scene, with Apple backing up several shows and music events.
Lucasfilm and director Colin Trevorrow are parting ways as he bows out of "Star Wars" Episode IX.With his departure, he becomes the fourth director to leave the "Star Wars" brand.
Taylor Swift gets the highest spot on Billboard Hot 100 at No.1 in which Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" stayed for 16 weeks. "Look What You Made Me Do" is the first single from Swift's upcoming album "Reputation"; out on Nov 10.
Lil Wayne's health condition has not been any better as the popular hip hop recording artist was once again hospitalized. Lil Wayne was set to perform at Drai's nightclub in Las Vegas but the show was canceled.