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Norwegian rocker known for his virtuosic guitar skills and power vocals will play the lead character in the upcoming Rockin’ In Time feature film Following an arduous worldwide hunt for a “diamond in the rough,” ― as described by casting director R. Scott Leisk ― Rockin’ In Time has snagged Norwegian multi-instrumentalist, Rocky Kramer, who
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Welcome to Revenge of the Remakes, where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember
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Sourcebooks Today’s edition of Daily Deals is sponsored by Sourcebooks. Today’s Featured Deals $2.99 A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow Get This Deal $2.99 Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix Get This Deal $2.99 Victories Greater Than Death by Charlie Jane Anders Get This Deal $1.99 The Groom Will Keep His Name by Matt Ortile
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Perhaps Nava Mau was always an actress, but it took years for her to adopt the term as self-description. Born in Mexico City, as a child she performed in a junior version of Cats—her first dramatic role, one she still describes with affectionate humor—but she didn’t consider acting as a career path until years later,
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It’s not unusual for eras or decades of the horror genre to be categorized by one overarching theme or style. The eighties have become synonymous for their boom in low-budget, often sleazy, slasher films inspired by the cornerstone slashers of the mid-to-late seventies. The horrors of the 50s reflected cultural fears of science creating new
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Laurel Hubbard speaks to media after competing in the Tokyo Olympic Games (Laurence Griffiths/Getty) Laurel Hubbard says she will likely retire after becoming the first out trans woman to compete in the Olympic Games. On Tuesday (3 August) Hubbard gave her first interview since being selected for the New Zealand team, looking understandably nervous as
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Garth Hudson turns 84 on August 2nd. The Band keyboardist has always maintained a very low public profile, and he received very few songwriting credits on Band albums, but his piano, organ, sax, trumpet accordion and clavinet were crucial components of the group’s signature sound. They would have been an unimaginably different group without him.
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