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True Blood The Musical On Its Way

True Blood ran for 81 episodes from 2008 to 2014, and at the time was one of the most popular shows on TV. The HBO series was based on the novels by Charlaine Harris and followed the story of Sookie Stackhouse and the residents of Bon Temps, Louisiana. The series was right in the middle of the vampire craze of the mid-2000s, and still has a strong following today. Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the series, and at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles where they screened the pilot episode for fans, the creator of the series Alan Ball discussed plans for a special musical production of the series.

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Star Trek: Discovery Looks Gorgeous On Bluray

By the time Star Trek: Discovery premiered on CBS All Access earlier this year it had been delayed so many times that fans started to wonder if the series was going to be any good. Then after the first couple of episodes came out, people started commenting that it was all right, but nothing special. Then as the first season came to a close, people had gotten into it, and had started asking when the next season would be arriving. Well, before the second season begins, Paramount has released the first season on bluray, and it’s a set collectors won’t want to miss.

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Ariana Grande Gets Her First Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 Single With “thank u, next”

Ariana Grande has been in the news a lot lately thanks to her highly public split from Pete Davidson, and shortly after the split she released a new single called “thank u, next”. The song was meant as an ode to how her past relationships (to Davidson, Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, and the late Mac Miller), affected her personal growth. The song quickly became a huge hit, and now it’s made its debut on the Billboard Hot 100 in the number one spot.

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Gerard Butler Posts Videos Of Home Destroyed By California Wildfires To Instragram

Gerard Butler may play a lot of tough guys and action heroes in film, but on Sunday when he posted videos of himself touring the destroyed remains of his home in California, you can’t help but see the softer side of him.

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Netflix To Release Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle Theatrically

Audiences have been wondering for a long time if Netflix would ever release their movies theatrically. After all some of their biggest hits would look phenomenal on the big screen. Earlier this year their film Outlaw King, which premieres on Netflix this Friday, opened TIFF, and looked great. Now it appears if they are starting to gauge how much interest there would be from fans of the streaming service to pay money to watch other films at the theatre instead of in the comfort of their own home. 

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Idris Elba Named People’s Sexiest Man Alive For 2018

People magazine has been naming a sexiest man alive since 1985 when Mel Gibson took the title, and this year, taking over from country singer Blake Shelton who won last year, is Idris Elba.

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Rihanna Is The Latest Musician To Deny Trump The Use Of Their Music

Donald Trump is really going to have to stop using music at his rallies that he hasn’t asked to use. Rihanna recently discovered that her’s been using her song Don’t Stop The Music, and she’s not only not impressed, but she’s also asked him to stop.

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Gladiator Sequel Officially Moving Forward

The 2000 Oscar winning film Gladiator is finally getting the sequel that has long been rumoured, and while star Russel Crowe isn’t coming along for the journey, director Ridley Scott is back behind the camera.

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Andrew Lincoln Writes Goodbye Letter To The Walking Dead Fans

Not wanting to wait until the end came, Lincoln sent a farewell letter to the press, and comicbook.com published it right away.

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Johnny Depp Out Of Pirates Of The Caribbean Reboot

While no official word has been given, it appears as if Johnny Depp’s time sailing the Caribbean as the pirate Jack Sparrow is over.

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Rick Springfield Gives A Special Behind The Scenes Performance

During the 70s and 80s Australian Rick Springfield became synonymous with the music of the time. He had top ten hits with  “I’ve Done Everything for You”, “Don’t Talk to Strangers”, “Affair of the Heart” and “Love Somebody”, but it was his song “Jessie’s Girl” that made him a household name. He was also an actor, starring in the daytime soap opera General Hospital, and had several other guest roles in TV shows and movies. While his career may have slowed down some since then, he never stopped making music, touring, or even acting. 

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Wonder Woman Sequel And Charlie’s Angels Reboot Delayed

Those looking forward to the Gal Gadot Wonder Woman sequel will have to wait a little longer now, as it was announced the film would be shifting from its November 1, 2019 opening to June 5, 2020. The Charlie’s Angels reboot starring Kristen Stewart is also on the move, but not nearly as long. It will now open on November 1 2019 instead of September 27, 2019.

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Selma Blair Takes To Instagram To Reveal That She Has MS

Selma Blair took to Instagram on Saturday to reveal that she has been diagnosed with MS. In the emotional post the 46 year actress talks about the struggles she has been facing, as well as took the time to thank for friends and family for all their help.

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Halloween And Other Top Slasher Films

Not only is Halloween right around the corner, but the latest Halloween film is now in theaters. The eagerly anticipated sequel to the original 1978 film looks to continue October’s record haul, and while doing so it will put a fright in the crowds. While it is debatable what the first actual slasher movie was, the original Halloween is one of them, and it did provide the cinematic template that most slasher films used to scare movie goers for a long time. Here are some of those slasher films you won’t want to miss.

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Sitcom Based On The Property Brothers Headed To TV

The Property Brothers are one of home improvement television’s hottest acts, and now they appear to be heading where no home improvement host has gone before, scripted comedy.

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