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  1. Eddie Murphy Returns To SNL For 40th Anniversary SpecialRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    Known for a multitude of sketches including his classic impersonations of Stevie Wonder, Gumby, Buckwheat and more, it's been over 30 years since legendary comedian Eddie Murphy last graced the stage of Saturday Night Live, leaving the show in 1984 after finding mainstream success with franchises like Beverly Hills Cop and 48 Hours. Now he's announced that he will indeed return for the long running show's upcoming 40th anniversary special, though NBC has declined to reveal exactly how he will participate.


  2. Amy Poehler feted by Harvard's Hasty PuddingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Red Eye Chicago

    Actress Amy Poehler, center, is kissed by Jason Hellerstein, left, and Sam Clark, who are dressed in drag, as she rides in a convertible through Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday Jan. 29, 2015. Actress Amy Poehler, center, is kissed by Jason Hellerstein, left, and Sam Clark, who are dressed in drag, as she rides in a convertible through Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday Jan. 29, 2015.


  3. Costner, Spencer go head to head, heart to heart in "Black or White"Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Denver Post

    "Black or White" is hardly a subtle title for a movie that deals with race and families. And writer-director Michael Binder's drama about a custody dust-up between the grandparents of a biracial child arrives at an especially prickly moment, movie-wise.


  4. Fox Valley Rep's comic murder musical a true 'Treat'Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Watching Fox Valley Repertory's new production of "No Way to Treat a Lady" is like uncovering a small, forgotten gem. Though not without some imperfections, this musical comedy thriller shines with laughs, spine-tingling chills and an engaging plot that is fun to rediscover.


  5. John Wilcock: My First OrgyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Boing Boing

    From the comic book biography of John Wilcock, by Ethan Persoff and Scott Marshall. See previous installments here and here .


  6. The Beatles and the Making of Let It BeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Guitar Player

    In the earliest days of their career, they customarily turned out two albums and a pair of singles per year, but in 1968 they outdid themselves. Over a 10-month period, the Beatles recorded the singles "Lady Madonna"/"The Inner Light" and "Hey Jude Revolution," a handful of new tracks for the Yellow Submarine animated film, more than 30 new compositions intended for The Beatles , and a song that would not be released until the following year, John Lennon's transcendental ballad "Across the Universe."


  7. "the Two Faces of January" Chronicles One Nightmare VacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Folio Weekly

    Duval GOPers eject Folio Weekly writer who is not really a Folio Weekly writer, engineer a Curry endorsement #sayfie Retweet this Jacksonville City Councilman Robin Lumb is quite upset that the Cultural Council stood with #moca Retweet this RT @mmclarke1956 : @folioweekly #IStandWithMOCA Mayor Brown never challenges ... (more)


  8. Quick Preview of TCM in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Laura's Miscellaneous Musings

    Turner Classic Movies recently posted the online preview for its April schedule . The April Star of the Month is Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn .


  9. TV Friday: Banshee secrets and liesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Banshee - In the new episode Real Life is a Nightmare, Siobhan can't decide whether to keep Lucas's secret or turn him in, while Brock is enraged to learn that his ex-wife, Emily , is working as a caregiver for Proctor's mother. Gordon reverses his decision on Proctor's plea bargain, and Chayton prepares his army for an assault.


  10. the O'Shaughnessy and the Ordway Co-Present: Genre-defying Camille a. Brown & DancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Insight News

    New York-based Camille A. Brown & Dancers bring their gutsy moves and virtuosic musicality to The O'Shaughnessy stage for one night only Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. A Women of Substance event, The O'Shaughnessy and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts will co-present the acclaimed company that will perform excerpts from the regional premiere of the Bessie Award-winning "Mr. TOL E. R A nc E ," the Midwest preview of "Black Girl: Linguistic Play" and "New Second Line." The company uses the aesthetics of African, ballet, contemporary, tap and social dances to tell stories that connect history with contemporary American culture.


  11. Tim Burton photographer, writer looks at 'Big Eyes' from different perspectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KITV-TV

    Left: "Big Eyes: The Film, The Art." Right: Author/photographer Leah Gallo and husband/longtime Tim Burton collaborator Derek Frey.


  12. Adam Sandler And Netflix Look Towards The Familiar With 'Ridiculous 6'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Seeking Alpha

    Netflix needed a "name" like Sandler to jump start its film division and will likely look to partner with more stars down the line. Sandler is still a bankable star and has strong international appeal despite not being as successful in recent years as he was in the past.


  13. Super Bowl of movies: The greatest football films of all timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | JAM! Showbiz

    In most minds, the NFL eclipsed baseball as America's Game in recent years, with the sheer bombast of the Super Bowl, the value of the franchises and the excitement of the tailgate parties. Put it this way: Has any World Series anthem singer ever received as much attention as the Super Bowl halftime show headliner? But in one category feature films it's still a dead heat.


  14. 'American Sniper' message strikes some, misses othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Pocono Record

    Clint Eastwood gets it: People think they know him from a lifetime of making movies and living in the public eye. "Whatever people want to think, that's what they draw in," Eastwood told me recently, sitting in his office in the corner bungalow at Warner Bros.


  15. Movie review: a Mortdecaia majorly misses the markRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Pocono Record

    It's “Mortdecai,” a laughless comedy featuring Johnny Depp mugging from start to finish as the title character. Mortdecai is a British art dealer and rogue, and Depp plays him by imitating gap-toothed '60s comic Terry-Thomas with a slight touch of debonair David Niven thrown in.


  16. Kevin Costner on his new role and racismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 |

    Kevin Costner , whose new film Black Or White tackles race relations, says he wasn't exactly raised in a politically correct environment. "I was raised around a level of racism, not of people who hated, but people who would use [racial epithets] callously and not really think that they were - jokes that would start with that," the actor-director told Steve Harvey on Friday.


  17. MomentumUNDERSTANDING SARAHRead the original story

    Apr 22, 2010 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- He came out of the men's locker room with such a smile on his face that we all said, "What's so funny, Chris?" In his fading British accent that made his answer so much more amusing, he said: "I was rinsing my mouth when a fellow said, 'hello.'


  18. Review: 'Birdman' is rejuvenating redemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    Riggan Thomas was an actor who is remembered only for a masked flying superhero he played decades back. Now much older, he is obsessed to prove his relevance as an actor today by producing, directing and starring in a revival of a serious dramatic play on Broadway.


  19. a Black or Whitea leaves Kevin Costner spentRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee

    The cultural, political and emotional elements of "Black or White" couldn't be any clearer. The film questions whether it's better for a child from a mixed race union to grow up in a world of financial stability or one where she's exposed more to family and culture.


  20. Marky Ramone, last survivor of punk founders' classic lineup, tells story in new bookRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    Ask Marky Ramone, drummer for punk rock's founding fathers The Ramones for 15 years and the last surviving member of its classic lineup, to reveal the biggest surprise in his new autobiography, and he laughingly says, "That we weren't real brothers." That's true.