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Actor Brendon Zub Talks His Latest Role in Lifetime’s ‘A Twist of Christmas’

With December officially here, television networks like Lifetime and Hallmark are kicking off their slate of holiday-themed-feel-good flicks, and introducing viewers to new and gifted young actors in Hollywood — like Brendon Zub, one of the industry’s freshest faces, who has landed some impressive roles that have helped him carve out a unique career. Speaking […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: August 2018

The dog days of summer are here and with school back in session, you’re surely going to need something to look forward to, whether its new music, a concert or a new season of Idol, we’ve got you covered with all the latest Idol news from this past month that will make your day fly by…

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5 Movies You Need to Watch This August

Hard to believe, but for the first time in months there will not be a Marvel or DC Comics movie coming to the theatres. Strange, right? But that’s not to say there aren’t any awesome, fun-filled films coming out this month. With summer in full swing and August mostly recognized as the last month before […]

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Rising Star Ricky He Talks ‘Freaky Friday’ and ‘Trial & Error’

Multi-talented performer Ricky He is acting and singing (and even dancing) his way into the world of entertainment, and his projects this summer are poised to lead this rising star into his big breakout moment. Growing up, the Vancouver native has dedicated himself to his passion for the performing arts, attending the esteemed drama program […]

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Actor Jim Klock on His Latest Role With Soccer Legend Alex Morgan

What do soccer superstar Alex Morgan and actor/activist Jim Klock have in common? His latest flick, Alex & Me! The film stars Klock as Joe Willis, father to Reagan (Siena Agudong) and Logan (Matt Cornett). The film centers on Reagan, and her love of soccer as her life-sized poster of FIFA World Cup Champion Alex Morgan […]

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5 Movies You Need to Watch This July

July means Blockbuster season and with that, a long list of hot summer releases! While so many are reveling in the sunshine and soaking up the some serious rays at the beach this season, so many more are turning to their nearest chilled cinema to kick back and watch a movie. This month features an […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In June

It’s hard to believe 2018 is already halfway over. As the summer rolls on, everyone is busy making big plans for the beach and World Cup watch parties. But in Hollywood, they’re busy making big headlines. With a few of the year’s biggest stories happening in the month of June, let’s take a look at […]

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5 Movies You Need to Watch This June

No month epitomizes blockbusters and summer fun more so than June! Coming in strong with highly anticipated movies, this month features an array of movies from dinosaurs threatening civilization, to a family of superheroes doing what they do best, to a thrilling heist perfect enough to interrupt your lazy, crazy, hazy days of summer — there […]

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Actor Kevin Sizemore Talks ‘The Work Wife’ and Directorial Debut ‘The 7’

Everyone loves a thrilling story of love gone wrong. In his new flick, The Work Wife, actor Kevin Sizemore, portrays a man caught up in a workplace romance that threatens to tear his marriage apart. We had the chance to speak with the star of the film best known for his starring role in the Emmy-nominated AMC […]

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Laura Mitchell Gets the Regal Treatment With Lifetime’s ‘Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance’

After announcing their engagement last November, the real life fairytale chronicling the courtship between Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle is coming to the small-screen thanks to Lifetime’s new feature length movie, Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, debuting May 13. With the film examining through imagination the couple’s whirlwind romance from the moment they […]

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Actor Joshua Pak on Academy Award-Winning Talent in ‘Tully’

In 2007, audiences around the world fell in love with actors Ellen Page and Michael Cera in their coming-of-age film, Juno. The movie was written by Diablo Cody, who went on to win Best Original Screenplay for it at the 2008 Academy Awards. Fast forward 10 years; Cody’s done it again with her new film, Tully — […]

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5 Movies You Need to Watch This May

May is finally here and that means summer blockbusters are coming in strong this month. While April gave us a taste of what’s to come this season, this month brings out the best of big budget cinema. Between comedies to franchise favorites, May is setting itself up for an incredible month of movies to tune […]

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3 of the Best Moments From the ‘American Idol’ Live Top 10 Disney Show

It was a night to remember as American Idol transported us to the world of Disney during Sunday night’s show. After visiting the theme park in California, the contestants were mentored by Frozen star Idina Menzel before performing the Disney song of their choice. Judge Katy Perry even spent the night dressed as Snow White. But the tension […]

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7 MCU Films You Must Watch Before Seeing ‘Infinity War’

With Avengers: Infinity War being released on April 27, it might seem like the perfect time to refresh your memory on the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. But spanning over 10 years and 18 movies, not to mention television shows, Netflix series, and various one-shots, that ends up being a lot to catch up on in one week. […]

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Movie Review: ‘A Quiet Place’ Proves Silence Is Golden, Yet Terrifying

John Krasinski’s eerie film, “A Quiet Place,” is a triumph that illustrates how horror can draw on basic sensory and fears to tell a rich, moving story.

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