Month: March 2020

Sam Smith at the KIIS FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball on December 6, 2019. (JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP/Getty) Sam Smith was as gracious as you’d expect when a TV presenter messed up their pronouns in a recent interview. The non-binary pop star goes by they/them pronouns, but was entirely forgiving when the Australian talkshow host Carrie Bickmore accidentally
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Our own Michael Pementel recently celebrated the 100-year anniversary of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari here on Bloody Disgusting, widely considered by many (including the late Roger Ebert) to be the first true horror film. In celebration of 100 years of Dr. Caligari, Sotheby’s has just put up for auction 55 rare production photographs taken
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Editors’ Note: With full acknowledgment of the big-picture implications of a pandemic that has already claimed thousands of lives, cratered global economies and closed international borders, Deadline’s Coping With COVID-19 Crisis series is a forum for those in the entertainment space grappling with myriad consequences of seeing a great industry screech to a halt. The
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Everyone is taking a hit, but small independents are feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic the most When Toronto-based designer Steven Lejambe received the news that he’d been nominated for the Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent in Fashion at the 2020 Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards (CAFAs), he was elated. The nomination represented a
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After announcing his engagement to Jessica Clarke over the weekend, Ben Higgins is giving us all the details from his intimate proposal.  During today’s episode of his Almost Famous podcast with Ashley Iaconetti, Higgins spilled all the tea about how he proposed to his girlfriend. “We had stopped all intentional conversations about our future back in December because I
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Liberty University president Jerry Falwell with Donald Trump. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty) An anti-LGBT+ university that told students to return to campus despite coronavirus social distancing guidelines has seen its first confirmed case of COVID-19. Liberty University, which is based in Virginia, found itself in the centre of a media storm last week when it decided to
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The Bachelor Summer Games are over before they were even officially announced. Network ABC and production company Warner Bros. have called off the planned Bachelor spin-off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Bachelor Summer Games were scheduled to film and air later this year as counter-programming during the Summer Olympics,
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Play video content Exclusive Tiffany Haddish has the cure for your self-quarantine blues — laughter … specifically, about penis size!!! Hey, she says it’s working for her. Tiff made a surprise appearance on UMC.tv’s #LaughsOnLockdown — yes, that’s where we are now … stand-up comedy shows on Instagram live. Comedians Aida Rodriguez and Gary “G.
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Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. (HAIDAR HAMDANI/AFP via Getty) Iraqi Shia political leader Muqtada al-Sadr has been widely criticised online for claiming that the coronavirus pandemic was caused by same-sex marriage. Writing on Twitter on Saturday (March 28), al-Sadr – who is the leader of the Sadrist Movement and the Saraya al-Salam militia, said: “One of
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The Weeknd has shared three new songs on the deluxe edition of After Hours. “Nothing Compares,” “Missed You,” and “Final Lullaby” have been added to the LP as bonus tracks. Hear them below. After Hours arrived March 20, marking the Weeknd’s follow-up to My Dear Melancholy, and Starboy. The Weeknd has released multiple music videos
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Netflix keeps adding new content to its catalogue every month, and April will welcome new seasons of acclaimed TV shows, a couple of comedy specials, and a lot of movies from all genres. With the current coronavirus pandemic, streaming services have been rearranging their schedules and preparing to handle a bigger audience. While some platforms
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As the United States goes, Baltimore is an old city. Established in 1729 by the Maryland constitution, it is now the 30th most populous city in the U.S. with a population just under 3 million. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor was once the second largest port of entry for immigrants and the city is home to some
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