by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"
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ENTERTAINMENT AND CULTURE NEWS:
CELEBRITY - From THR: Actor Michael J. Fox, 61, tells Jane Pauley of "CBS Sunday Morning" that his battle with Parkinson's disease gets tougher every day. Fox says, "I'm not going to be 80."
STRIKE - From Deadline: The site explains the WGA strike: the issues, the stakes, movies and TV shows affected, and how long it might last.
MOVIES - From Variety: Director David Borenstein talks about his new documentary film, ""Can't Feel Nothing," which explores the connections between Internet use and emotional disorders.
TELEVISION - From TheNewYorker: "Why are TV writers so miserable?" by Michael Schulman.
SPORTS/CELEBRITY - From Deadline: Hollywood icon and Oscar-winning actor, Jack Nicholson, attended his first Los Angeles Lakers game since October 2021. He attended Friday, April 28th's Memphis Grizzles vs. Lakers' Game 6 in this first round of the NBA playoffs. The Lakers won the game 125-85 and won the series 4 games to 2.
CINEMACON/ANIMATION - From Deadline: At CinemaCon 2023, Paramount Pictures announces its first "Transformers" animated film, "Transformers One." This isn't the first Transformers animated film. "The Transformers: The Movie" was released to theaters in 1986.
CELEBRITY - From THR: This profile of 79-year-old actress Valerie Perrine, includes information on her caretaker and on an appeal for financial assistance.
CINEMACON - From BloodyDisgusting: At CinemaCon, the audience was treated to footage of "The Exorcist: Believer," the first in a new trilogy set in the world of 1973 film, "The Exorcist." Ellen Burstyn reprises her iconic role as "Chris MacNeil," the mother of a daughter possessed by a demon.
MOVIES - From ScreenTime: Actress Dakota Fanning talks about reunited with Denzel Washington for the first time since 2004's "Man on Fire." The two will appear together in "The Equalizer 3."
TELEVISION - From Deadline: The shape of things to come: Of the 13-member series-regular cast of CBS’ comedy "Bob❤️Abishola," only the two leads, Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku, will remain series regulars next season. The others can recur in as few as five episodes in Season 5.
DISNEY - From Deadline: The Walt Disney Company has sued Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
POLITICS/TELEVISION - From CNN: Fox News has parted ways with its most popular host, Tucker Carlson.
From RollingStone: Fox News executives have in their possession a dossier of alleged dirt on Tucker Carlson should he attack the network in the wake of his departure, eight sources at the network and close to it have told "Rolling Stone" magazine.
From CNN: CNN has parted ways with its most whatever host, Don Lemon.
MOVIES - From People: Oscar-nominated actress, Terry Moore, reflects on her relationship with ex-husband and eccentric billionaire, Howard Hughes. Moore is one of the last living performers of the Golden Age of Hollywood, and she is still working.
BOX OFFICE - From BoxOfficePro: The winner of the 4/21 to 4/23/2023 weekend box office is Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment's "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" with an estimated take of 58.2 million dollars.
MUSIC/LGBTQ+ - From Deadline: The state of Tennessee may have a law banning drag performances, but during her concert in Knoxville, TN, Grammy-winner Lizzo invited several drag performers on stage with her to perform.
STREAMING - From Variety: Actor Bruce Campbell has joined Peacock's upcoming "Satanic Panic" drama, "Hysteria!"
From Variety: Politician and television personality, Jerry Springer, has died at the age of 79, Thursday, April 27, 2023. He was the mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio for one year in the 1970s. However, Springer is known for his long-running daytime talk show, "Jerry Spring" (1991-2018). At the height of the show's popularity, it was a cultural touchstone, and in 1998, it was more popular "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
From Deadline: American singer, actor, activist, and Civil Rights icon, Harry Belafonte, has died at the age of 96, Tuesday, April 26, 2023. The child of Jamaican-born parents, Belafonte was among the most successful Caribbean-American music stars and recording artists of all time. A three-time Grammy Award winner, he helped popularize Calypso music with international audiences. As an actor, he was one of the first Black leading men in Hollywood and starred in such films as "Carmen Jones" (1954), "Island in the Sun" (1957), and "Buck and the Preacher" (1972), to name a few. Belafonte also won an Emmy Award, a Tony Award, and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
From Deadline: "Harry Belafonte: A Career in Photos."
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