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Tom DeLonge returned to the stage with Blink-182 at Coachella on Friday after nearly a decade’s absence from the band. His first song with them was, appropriately, “Family Reunion.” They gave their new single, “Edging,” its live premiere midway through their 18-song set and closed with “Dammit.” Coachella has posted “I Miss You” and “What’s My Age Again” from Blink’s set on YouTube and, of course, there are also plenty of fan-shot clips for the rest of the songs. DeLonge later posted on Instagram that, “From break ups, to plane crashes, to cancer… @blink182 is [effing] back. We’ve only just begun to offend. Ya can’t cancel this [craaaaappppp].”

King Charles‘ coronation concert lineup has finally arrived which is set for Sunday, May 7th when King Charles and Queen Camilla will be crowned  at Westminster Abbey. Performing will be: Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, and Andrea Bocelli and the British pop group Take That and other UK artists. Both Katy and Lionel have known the King for years: Katy has served as an ambassador of The British Asian Trust, a charity co-founded by Prince Charles to tackle poverty and transform lives in South Asia, since 2020. Meanwhile, Lionel was the First Global Ambassador and First Chairman of the Global Ambassador Group for The Prince’s Trust in 2019. Charles established the charity in 1976 to provide disadvantaged youth with the resources they need to reach their full potential. The coronation itself will be televised worldwide where Prince William will also take on new titles at the Coronation, including being formally named as the Prince of Wales

Def Leppard‘s Joe Elliott says he’s down for a band biopic but says the idea presents a few challenges. He told ‘Metro’ “It’s always being discussed, but let’s not forget there was an MTV movie in 1999 that was f***ing awful’, adding that the next one would be “a hell of a lot more accurate.” Elliott then pointed out a problem with a Def Leppard biopic, explaining “”There is a story to tell, but the only problem is from a media perspective it’s just about two big things: Rick [Allen]’s arm and Steve [Clark]’s death… We’d have to pull out a lot of truths that were never told to make it interesting.”

Metallica will be releasing American Sign Language video interpretations of every track on their new 72 Seasons album. They made the announcement on Saturday, which was National ASL Day. They’ve shared the first one, for the album’s title track, on YouTube.

Jeremy Renner returned to the hospital in Nevada to reunite with the team of medical professionals who saved his life after the snowplow accident four months ago. The Avengers actor posted photos with the staff alongside a TV screen reading, ‘Welcome Back!’ on his Instagram stories over the weekend. He said “I got to revisit the amazing group of people who saved my life…Thank you.” Renner is doing much better after suffering 30 broken bones and a collapsed lung from the accident.

The Super Mario Bros. Movie is a blockbuster hit and the first movie this year that will soon cross the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office. The Nintendo video game film grossed a massive $87 million in its second weekend. It’s also the biggest second weekend ever for an animated film after surpassing Frozen 2 ($86 million). So far, the video game adaptation has grossed $347.8 million in North America and $678 million globally.

In other movie news:

      • Russell Crowe’s Pope’s Exorcist came in at No. 2 with an estimated debut of $9.2 million.
      • John Wick: Chapter 4 placed No. 3 with an estimated $7.9 million for a domestic tally of $160.1 million.
      • Ben Affleck’s acclaimed Air and the wacky horror-comedy Renfield with Nicolas Cage as Count Dracula are currently tied in fourth place with an estimated $7.7 million each. (The final order will be resolved early Monday morning.)  

RoboCop Movie & TV Series in The Works at Amazon

Now that Amazon has acquired MGM Studios, the streaming giant has plans to reboot ‘Robocop’ with a film and TV series. ‘Movieweb’ says Amazon will look to its own talent pool to cast the reboot. There are also reports that Amazon is looking for similar reboots for ‘Stargate’, ‘Legally Blonde’, ‘Barbershop’ and more.

Don’t Expect a Young Guy to Be the Next James Bond There have been a lot of names thrown around for the next James Bond, but there’s still no word when the choice will be announced. One thing we now know, however, is that it probably won’t be a young guy.  A casting director working on the new Bond flick says they’re looking for someone with more “life experience.”  “We did look at a lot of younger actors, and I just don’t think they had the gravitas.  They didn’t have the experience, they didn’t have the mental capacity to take it on . . . Because it’s not just the part they’re taking on, it’s a massive responsibility.”

Names being thrown out there:

Robert Aramayo

Sam Claflin

Jacob Elordi

Theo James

Liam Hemsworth

Andrew Garfield

Harry Styles