For those who have been wondering what Michael Cera has been up to, apparently he’s been working on his music career. The 26-year-old actor released a surprise solo album, “True That,” a folksy collection of 18 tracks that can be yours for just $7.
Celine Dion Puts Music Career on Hold to Care For Husband
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Celine Dion has postponed all of her shows, including an upcoming tour of Asia, to care for her husband Rene while he battles cancer.
"I want to devote every ounce of my strength and energy to my husband's healing, and to do so, it's important for me to dedicate this time to him and to our children," Dion announced in a statement on her website. "I also want to apologize to all my fans everywhere, for inconveniencing them, and I thank them so much for their love and support."
Jason Mamoa Getting Own 'Aquaman' Movie
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Jason Mamoa, who is set to play "Aquaman" in the "Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" movie set for 2016, is now also getting a movie of his own, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie is reportedly being developed on two tracks, with Bill Beall and Kurt Johnson both writing separate scripts for the Warner Brothers film.
Death Cab for Cutie’s Chris Walla Leaves Band
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Chris Walla is leaving Death Cab for Cutie after 17 years, according to a statement released by the band on their site. Walla, who co-founded the band, will still be joining the indie-rock group for the remainder of their summer festival shows and is featured on their eighth studio album, set for release in early 2015.
“I will miss being a quarter of this band, and will support whatever course Death Cab for Cutie chooses from here," said Walla. "I am profoundly grateful to Ben, Nick, and Jason, for the experiences that define my adult life. Truly grateful, beyond words. Thank you."
'Power Rangers' Movie Release Date Set
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The Power Rangers are back in full force with the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” movie set for a July 22, 2016 release, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Lionsgate film about high school kids with the power to save the world evolved from the popular Fox Kids TV series in the early 1990s.
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