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  • ‘Mockingbird' is still relevant 60 years later on Broadway By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    ‘MOCKINGBIRD' IS STILL RELEVANT 60 YEARS LATER ON BROADWAY

    Not long into this new “To Kill a Mockingbird,” a young girl considers what she's just heard in a courtroom. “All rise,” says Scout,...

    People, Beauty
  • ‘If Beale Street Could Talk' is a powerful but slow lesson in love By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    ‘IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK' IS A POWERFUL BUT SLOW LESSON IN LOVE

    True love endures, but cannot obscure injustice, in director Barry Jenkins' big-hearted if slightly patience-testing follow-up to his...

  • When film stunts take a tragic twist By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    WHEN FILM STUNTS TAKE A TRAGIC TWIST

    A six-figure salary, mingling with A-list actors and traveling the world: being a professional stunt artist might sound like the best...

  • ‘Mortal Engines' stalls out with a retread plot and soundtrack By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    ‘MORTAL ENGINES' STALLS OUT WITH A RETREAD PLOT AND SOUNDTRACK

    There was a time when post-apocalyptic films roamed the landscape, pillaging better movies for spare parts. That time is now, and that...

  • This wacky musical was inspired by Mario Kart and Neil Diamond By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    THIS WACKY MUSICAL WAS INSPIRED BY MARIO KART AND NEIL DIAMOND

    One of this season's funniest musicals got its start from . . . Mario Kart. So say David Rossmer and Steve Rosen, the writers and stars...

    Star
  • Is Ariana Grande's new single, ‘Imagine,' about Mac Miller? By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    IS ARIANA GRANDE'S NEW SINGLE, ‘IMAGINE,' ABOUT MAC MILLER?

    The world has yet to recover from her record-breaking last single, but Ariana Grande is literally saying, “Thank U, Next.” The pint-sized...

  • Director secretly screened gay-themed ‘The Wedding' in the Middle East By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    DIRECTOR SECRETLY SCREENED GAY-THEMED ‘THE WEDDING' IN THE MIDDLE EAST

    For a quiet, relationship-driven indie, director Sam Abbas' first feature film is making some serious noise. “The Wedding,” which opens...

    Wedding
  • ‘Drag Race' star Monét X Change: RuPaul is ‘a fierce mother-ker' By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    ‘DRAG RACE' STAR MONÉT X CHANGE: RUPAUL IS ‘A FIERCE MOTHER-KER'

    “RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars” wants to throw some Monét at you this season. Season 4 of the “Drag Race” spinoff, premiering Friday...

    Star
  • Hey, Hollywood, Sarah Paulson is ready to do comedies By New York Post   -   Dec 14, 2018

    HEY, HOLLYWOOD, SARAH PAULSON IS READY TO DO COMEDIES

    Sarah Paulson is best known for her role as the determined lawyer Marcia Clark on FX's miniseries “The People v. O. J. Simpson: American...

    People
  • ‘Spider-Man' actor hopes biracial hero inspires kids By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    ‘SPIDER-MAN' ACTOR HOPES BIRACIAL HERO INSPIRES KIDS

    A few years ago, actor Shameik Moore was watching the “Ultimate Spider-Man” animated series when a new version of the web-slinger appeared...

    Watches, Look
  • Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard have fixed ‘Baby, It's Cold Outside' By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    CLAY AIKEN AND RUBEN STUDDARD HAVE FIXED ‘BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE'

    From 2014 to 2017, Mariah Carey owned the Christmas concert circuit in New York with her annual holiday residency at the Beacon Theatre....

  • Elsa Pataky emerges from hubby Chris Hemsworth's shadow By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    ELSA PATAKY EMERGES FROM HUBBY CHRIS HEMSWORTH'S SHADOW

    When you're married to one of the biggest stars in the world, it's hard to find your own place in the spotlight. Elsa Pataky, wife...

    Star
  • Samsung ‘re-evaluating' partnership with knockoff Supreme By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    SAMSUNG ‘RE-EVALUATING' PARTNERSHIP WITH KNOCKOFF SUPREME

    Well, that didn't take long. When you're one of the premier technology companies on the planet, aligning yourself with brands that...

    Look
  • New ‘Mary Poppins' songs stay true to the originals By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    NEW ‘MARY POPPINS' SONGS STAY TRUE TO THE ORIGINALS

    Like many theater-mad kids who grew up in the '60s, songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman know every note and word from “Mary...

  • Springsteen's Netflix special is like VIP seats without the price tag By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    SPRINGSTEEN'S NETFLIX SPECIAL IS LIKE VIP SEATS WITHOUT THE PRICE TAG

    Standing onstage in a black T-shirt and jeans, Bruce Springsteen waxes poetic about his earliest days in Freehold, NJ. He speaks of...

    VIP
  • These artists head up the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2019 class By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    THESE ARTISTS HEAD UP THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME 2019 CLASS

    The 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class, announced Thursday morning, included everything from pop-metal headbangers and British Invasioners...

  • Ellen DeGeneres leaving won't impact daytime TV much By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    ELLEN DEGENERES LEAVING WON'T IMPACT DAYTIME TV MUCH

    Ellen DeGeneres might be leaving her iconic talk show. She's currently signed her “Ellen” contract with NBC through 2020, but her wife...

  • Raving Santa rips off beard, drops F-bomb on scared kids By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    RAVING SANTA RIPS OFF BEARD, DROPS F-BOMB ON SCARED KIDS

    Ho, oh, no. After a fire alarm went off at a Santa's Village in England, a distraught St. Nick urged visitors escape - by tearing off...

    Event
  • Janet Jackson, Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks join Rock Hall of Fame By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    JANET JACKSON, DEF LEPPARD, STEVIE NICKS JOIN ROCK HALL OF FAME

    Janet Jackson joins her brother Michael and the Jackson 5 as members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, earning induction on Thursday...

  • Clint Eastwood's ‘Mule' crashes and burns By New York Post   -   Dec 13, 2018

    CLINT EASTWOOD'S ‘MULE' CRASHES AND BURNS

    Clint Eastwood's first movie as both lead actor and director since 2008's “Gran Torino,” “The Mule,” is an epic debacle. The embarrassing...