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March 6, 2020 10:35AM PT Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, the stars of Paramount’s upcoming comedy “The Lovebirds,” will not attend the film’s world premiere...

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Japanese artist Haru Nemuri announced she will be performing at the South by Southwest music festival in March 2020. The singer-songwriter, “poetry rapper” and music producer had told fans...

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As affectionate as a love letter but as substantial as an infomercial, Brian Loschiavo’s “Bluebird” may be of most interest to casual and/or newly converted country music fans who have...

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Jack Antonoff came out of the “hibernation” of making his third Bleachers album on Saturday (March 16) to close out a raucous day at Rachael Ray’s 12th annual South By Southwest...

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In Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary,” the big-city Creed family moves to rural Maine, inadvertently buying a plot of land that includes an ancient Indian burial ground. If you inter a beloved...

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Back in 2018, Logic and Joseph Gordon-Levitt invited everyone from all over the world to contribute to their upcoming song through HITRECORD’s collaborative online platform. The final...

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Sara Jaye Weiss/REX/Shutterstock Howdy, cowboys and cowgirls! The 2019 SXSW Festival is underway and it is one stylish affair. As stars arrived...

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Set to air March 15 on the Paramount Network after its SXSW world premiere, “I Am Richard Pryor” is a largely satisfying if thoroughly conventional portrait of the immensely gifted and deeply...

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“Saturday Night Live” and “Shrill” star Aidy Bryant knows what it’s like to be in the public eye and “be called a fat, disgusting pig constantly,” she said at...

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Arriving more than a half-century after Arthur Penn’s violent folk-ballad “Bonnie and Clyde” tapped into the zeitgeist and caught lightning in a bottle by portraying the Depression-era...