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'Proud Mary' producers respond to John Fogerty's complaint over the use of his famous song's title
Screen Gems has responded after John Fogerty posted a message online Thursday revealing that he was upset that the name of his classic Creedence Clearwater Revival song "Proud Mary" was being used as the title for a new movie about a hit woman and that altered lyrics from the tune appear on the
'Black Panther,' 4 weeks in, tops 'A Wrinkle in Time'
In a Disney showdown, 'Black Panther,' 4 weeks in, tops newcomer 'A Wrinkle in Time'
'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek takes leave of absence following surgery
Alex Trebek, who has hosted the popular game show "Jeopardy!" since 1984, recently underwent brain surgery, but expects to return to taping new episodes soon. The venerable host and Canadian icon underwent brain surgery in December, but he posted a video message on Thursday saying he expects to
WH formally blames North Korea for ransomware attack
The Trump administration said North Korea is behind the "wannacry" cyberattack that paralyzed hundreds of thousands of computers around the world.
Christopher Plummer earns Golden Globe nomination after replacing Kevin Spacey
About a month after it was announced that Christopher Plummer would replace Kevin Spacey in the upcoming film, "All the Money in the World," the 87-year-old acting legend earned a Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor. The announcement came Monday morning, along with the rest of the
Ex-TV anchor claims Spacey sexually assaulted her son
Heather Unruh said her son has now reported the alleged incident with Kevin Spacey to police as the actor is replaced in a film and more allegations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood emerge.
Kevin Spacey being replaced by Christopher Plummer in upcoming film
The film was recently pulled from the American Film Institute film festival.
US-South Korean war plans reportedly stolen by North Korean hackers
Hackers in North Korea have allegedly stolen a cache of classified military documents from South Korea, according to a South Korean lawmaker. Lee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's ruling Democratic Party, initially told local media outlets that the documents were taken in a September 2016 hack
HBO hackers release 'Game of Thrones' scripts in new data dump
The hackers demanded millions in ransom before the release of a second round of files and emails from an executive at the company as well as more documents related to "Game of Thrones," and an upcoming script from an unaired episode.