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Lady Gaga Skips Montreal Tour Due to Illness; Gives Free Pizza to Loyal Fans

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.

Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ Look Recreated as Birthday Gift by Family and Friends

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.

Colin Trevorrow Joins List of Directors to Drop Star Wars Project

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.

Apple Ends London Music Festival; Focuses on More Original Content

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.

Madonna Celebrates 59th Birthday On New Portugal Home; Creative Juices Flowing Wild

The globe-trotting superstar is moving to Portugal. With the new environment, Madonna is inspired to create new movies and music.

2017 CMA Awards Nominees Announced: Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert Leads Pack

Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert take the top spot with the most nominations for the 51st CMA Awards. Taylor Swift also gets back on the list after missing it for three consecutive years.

Obi-Wan Kenobi Movie Could Focus On Gap Between Episodes III aAnd IV

With the success of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and the upcoming “Han Solo” movie in the works, speculations of a solo outing for Obi Wan Kenobi may be next on the schedule. This proposed movie could shed light on what Kenobi was up to ...

BB-8 Plays with ‘Dark’ Twin BB-9E, One-Ups R2D2 on ‘Star Wars’ Animated Shorts

Fanning the flames of the upcoming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”, several animated shorts were released featuring the lovable droids. In a series of blips on the “Star Wars” YouTube channel, it showcases mishaps of BB-8, R2-D2 and the newest ...

‘Hellboy’ Reboot Loses Ed Skrein After Whitewash Criticism

After the heavy outcry of fans with another whitewashed casting choice, Neil Marshall’s “Hellboy” reboot loses a recently-casted role. With a heavy heart, Ed Skrein bows out of the production to please the fans of the title, hoping to make a ...

Marvel’s Spider-Man’ Swings Off to Good Start: Series Leading to Clone Saga

Marvel spins a new animated thread for the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. As the new “Spider-Man” series looks like a good run for the web head, it may be going to some familiar territory sooner than we think.

‘Shazam’ Director Opts for Two Actors Over De-Aging Technology

Movies nowadays are using technology more and more to tell better stories. "Shazam" director David F. Sandberg wants to go in the different direction and employ two different actors to play the magical superhero.

‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ Trailer Shows Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta Sweep the Opposition

"Dragon Ball FighterZ" will be the first Dragon Ball fighting game to have the new Super Saiyan Blue versions of Goku and Vegeta. With the new trailer for the game, it highlights the said fighters as they decimate their opponents.

‘The Walking Dead’ Promises Action-Heavy Season 8; Enormous Cast to ‘Thin Out’

Season 8 of "The Walking Dead" will bring another arc from the comic book series to the small screen. And as the smoke clears on the "All Out War," the the herd will surely be thinned.

Ed Sheeran Struts on 2017 VMAs with Hot Date; Takes Home ‘Artist of the Year’

The 2017 MTV VMAs had Ed Sheeran attend the event with his "Shape of You" co-star. Not just winning the attention of the crowd, the "Shape of You" singer also won the "Artist of the Year" award.

‘Knight Rider’ Reboot Planned as a John Cena-Kevin Hart Comedy; Takes Cue from ‘Jump Street’

The "Jump Street" movie series are some of the more successful TV to movie revivals. Wanting to emulate the success of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the Weinstein Company will do the same with their "Knight Rider" reboot.

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