Category: Entertainment

Trust science ‘more than something you read on Facebook’

In March 2020, just weeks into a nationwide shutdown as the coronavirus began wreaking havoc all over the country, Matt Damon and his co-stars from Contagion took to the internet with a series of PSAs for COVID-obsessed Americans.

At the time, Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 startlingly accurate film about a fictional devastating pandemic found new popularity on streaming services. That prompted Damon (who played a man immune to the disease), Kate Winslet and company to collaborate with medical experts to encourage people to trust science and embrace social-distancing.

“You can actually sit on the couch or in a chair, like I’m

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Best projector 2021: Portable entertainment

Throughout the pandemic, families sought out more ways to enjoy at-home entertainment, including by streaming their favorite movies and TV shows with portable projectors. And during the summer months, while people are planning outdoor events and trips, these devices have become even more attractive. Luckily, portable projectors allow you to enjoy quality entertainment both at home and on the road.

There are hundreds of portable projectors on the market, hitting every price and every feature you might need. When you’re deciding which is right for you, consider features such as the price, picture quality, connectivity, and more.

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The Office of Nightlife wants to bring 24-hour entertainment districts to NYC

The city that never sleeps is considering new 24-hour entertainment districts that would allow New Yorkers to party all night long.

The NYC Office of Nightlife (ONL), which the city set up to help struggling music venues stay afloat and is led by the city’s first Nightlife Mayor, Ariel Palitz, released its first-ever report this summer, floating ideas like a nightlife museum and funding efforts to soundproof clubs around town. Additional advice includes tips to create programs that seek to support DIY venues and events and the use of underutilized spaces as sites for cultural programming of all sorts.


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Miley Cyrus Says, “Free Britney!” at Vegas Concert

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JULY 04: Miley Cyrus headlines the Fourth of July grand opening celebration at Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas on July 04, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Resorts World Las Vegas)Image Source: Getty / Denise Truscello

In the days since Britney Spears’s heartbreaking conservatorship court hearing on June 23, numerous celebrities have voiced their support for the #FreeBritney movement. On July 4, Miley Cyrus took the stage at the Resorts World casino in Las Vegas and demonstrated her solidarity with Spears by switching up the words to one of her biggest hits, “Party in the USA.” “That’s when the taxi man turned on the radio. He turned to me and said, ‘Free Britney!'” Cyrus chanted into the microphone, starting up a rallying cry from the crowd of concertgoers. “We

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Val Kilmer’s personal home movies to premiere at Cannes Film Festival

Val Kilmer’s personal home movies have been transformed into a documentary that will premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Throughout his career, the actor has amassed hundreds of hours of film and videotape that were stored in boxes stacked up in a garage, The Hollywood Reporter revealed on Monday. It features footage the 61-year-old made as a child with his brothers Mark and Wesley while growing up in the Los Angeles suburb of Chatsworth.

According to the outlet, Wesley, known as the director among the trio, passed away weeks before Kilmer became the youngest person at the time to

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Enderby Entertainment’s Pandemic Film ‘Zero Contact’ To Premiere On New NFT Platform Vuele

Enderby Entertainment’s pandemic pic Zero Contact (formerly called 92) with Anthony Hopkins (The Father) will premiere on new NFT platform Vuele later this summer, possibly the first time a feature-length film — versus, say, a basketball highlight clip — is offered for sale as a so-called non-fungible token.

Vuele, which means to be a direct-to-consumer NFT viewing and distribution platform, was formed last month amid a cryto-NFT craze. It will let users buy exclusive, limited edition films and collector content to watch, collect, sell and trade on the platform, which is a partnership between fintech firm

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Starlings Entertainment Takes Stake In UK Producer StoryFirst & Preps Eric Clapton-Inspired 1970s Music Biz Drama ‘The Manager’ As Part Of Joint Development Fund

EXCLUSIVE: Starlings Entertainment has taken a financial stake in Lord Michael Grade-backed British drama producer StoryFirst as part of a wide-ranging deal that will see the two companies team up on scripted series.

The two companies have formed a joint development fund as part of the agreement and have set their first two projects including 1970s set, Eric Clapton-influenced music business drama The Manager.

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The development fund will cover premium drama and family entertainment and also includes Sherlock’s Daughter, a murder mystery exec produced by The Closer creator James Duff that the producer of The

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How Aespa Is Challenging K-Pop’s Boundaries With AI Members

Giselle is having a hard time concentrating on her lecture. In her defense, don’t we all find social media more interesting than class? Plus, as one of the many people who know their æs — virtual avatars fashioned out of the data we put on the internet — intimately, she is well versed on the subject. Her own, in fact, known popularly as æ-Giselle, is sitting in the back of the class, clad in a nondescript hoodie and being as truant as Giselle, as they both work on lyrics through a shared tablet.

Just as the holographic professor dives into

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What’s happening at ‘Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide’ after shut down

Bobby Moynihan and Ron Funches are set to host

Bobby Moynihan and Ron Funches are set to host Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide. (Photo: Instagram)

Two weeks after NBC’s new series Ultimate Slip ‘N Slide shut down production because of a diarrhea outbreak on its California set, TV audiences are no closer to seeing it.

The Wrap reports that the network and Universal Television have not yet figured out how to make the new show, hosted by comedians Bobby Moynihan and Ron Funches, work without its final episodes, including the finale, in which someone will win a cash prize for their deft navigation of waterpark challenges. 

And the pressure

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Greenwood Village welcomes sprawling entertainment complex Pindustry | News

When Greenwood Village created the Arapahoe Entertainment District, longtime Centennial developer Kelmore Development wasted no time putting together a plan to transform an old automobile service center building it owned on Arapahoe Road just west of I-25.

On Sunday, residents and visitors will get the first look at the sprawling entertainment complex that is Pindustry, 7939 E. Arapahoe Road. Offerings from the “adult playground” occupying the two-level, 54,000-sqaure foot building include the area’s first serious offering of Duckpin bowling, regular bowling, an impressive pinball machine collection and one of metro Denver’s largest rooftop patios with an unobstructed view of the

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