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Lisa Loring, who played Wednesday Addams on the original “Addams Family” in the ’60s, passed away after a massive stroke. She was 64. Here is a scene from the show where she recites a poem about her tarantula spider, Homer.
Of Note: Her friend Laure Jacobson posted on social media Saturday, “It is with great sadness that I report the death of our friend, Lisa Loring. Four days ago she suffered a massive stroke brought on by smoking and high blood pressure. She had been on life support for 3 days. Yesterday, her family made the difficult decision to remove it and she passed last night.”
Steve-O‘s new opening act on his comedy tour is Bam Margera … and the ‘Jackass’ alums hit the stage together to workshop some new material. We got video of Steve-O shocking the packed house at the Elsinore Theatre in Salem, Oregon last Sunday — and Bam’s surprise appearance drew huge applause from the crowd. In the video, Steve-O helps Bam work on some jokes … comparing Bam’s life to Britney Spears‘ and telling a few stories from rehab. Steve-O told the crowd he’s bringing Bam along for “The Bucket List Tour” because he was terrified Bam was going down a path that would end in an early death. He said he wants his buddy on the road with him to see if it’s possible for him to lead a healthy life and find a happy ending. Remember … Bam recently revealed on Steve-O’s podcast he was pronounced dead in a hospital back in December, when he had 4 seizures and a nasty blood infection. But, it looks and sounds like Bam’s doing better now, and it’s good to see him having a blast with Steve-O.
If you’re a “Yellowstone” fan, you can now stay in Kevin Costner’s real-life ranch. Two things though: It’s in Aspen, Colorado, not Montana . . . and it’s $36,000 PER NIGHT. Here’s what that kind of money gets you: Nearly 6,000 square feet of living space on 160 acres, 12 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 24-7 caretakers on site, a baseball field, a sledding hill, and three hot tubs. It’s also just minutes from downtown Aspen. (It’s pretty stunning. Check it out here.)
Did you know the AARP (American Association for Retired Persons) held their annual Movies for Grownups Awards on Saturday? Here are the big winners:
Best Picture/Best Movie for Grownups: “Top Gun: Maverick”
Best Actress: Michelle Yeoh in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
Best Actor: Brendan Fraser in “The Whale”
Best Supporting Actress: Judith Ivey in “Women Talking”
Best Supporting Actor: Judd Hirsch in “The Fabelmans”
Best Director: Baz Luhrmann in “Elvis”
Best TV Actress: Sheryl Lee Ralph on “Abbott Elementary”
Best TV Actor: Jeff Bridges on “The Old Man”
Best TV Series: “The Old Man”
Career Achievement: Jamie Lee Curtis
The show will be broadcast on February 17th on PBS. (Variety)
Rick Ross refuses to drive in a Tesla because he thinks it’ll take him to the police.
On his Instagram stories, he posted a video explaining his theory. Quote, “I’ve never ridden in a Tesla and the reason being is because I’ve always had in the back of my mind, the government could tap into the brain of the car . . .
“‘OK, where’s Rick? He’s over there. Nah, bring him in for questioning.’ . . . Like, where I’m going? It’s leaving Wingstop. You pull up to the building and the agent walk out. ‘Hey, Rick.'” (Consequence)
(Profanity Warning: Watch a screen recording of the video here. He uses the B-word.)
Paul Stanley says you’re an idiot if you choose to pursue something that’s out of reach. I know that doesn’t sound very inspirational, but hear his explanation first.
During an interview he said, quote, “There’s things that I’m just not equipped to do. If I had decided to pursue becoming a mathematician, I’d be homeless . . .
“I think at some point, each one of us has to do some sort of self-assessment of what we are capable of and what’s out of reach . . . We have one time on this earth, and time is precious. It only becomes more precious as time goes on . . .
“So, I think it’s always important to chase something that’s realistic. It doesn’t have to be realistic for the person next to you, but you have to believe that you can do it.”
Twisted Sister reunited for a three-song performance at their induction into the Metal Hall of Fame on January 26. They played You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll, Under The Blade, and We’re Not Gonna To Take It at the sixth annual Metal Hall of Fame ceremony in Agoura Hills, California. They were inducted by Steve Vai and Mike Portnoy, with Portnoy playing drums with the band in place of the late A.J Pero.
Portnoy was joined by frontman Dee Snider, guitarist Jay Jay French and bassist Mark ‘The Animal’ Mendoza. On the night they were inducted into the Metal Hall of Fame, frontman Dee Snider said a “hard no” to any chance of a permanent reunion.
“You know, I’ve said when people retire they should leave the stage, and all those bands, I’m tired of buying ‘No More Tours’ shirts and seeing people signing contracts in blood and then they show up three years later. I don’t believe in that bullsh*t, so I don’t think it’s going to happen.”
Footage from the ceremony, as well as the performance, can be viewed below.
Asked about how it felt to play with the band again, French says: “Oh God, I hit the first two chords, and it all just kind of comes out. That’s because the band’s played over 9,000 shows, and when you play that many shows, it’s in your DNA.
“You know, you live in two different worlds. One is the life you live, and the other is this. This is amazing. It’s always been amazing. If you’re on stage in front of 100,000 people and they’re singing We’re Not Gonna to Take It, it does not suck, and to think that it does you’d have to be out of your mind to think that it does”.
Michael B. Jordan’s Creed III is the highly anticipated feature this Summer. Fans are eager to see Adonis Creed back in the ring opposite a formidable foe. The feature is going to be Jordan’s directorial debut and he’s ready to take us on an emotional action-packed ride. A new teaser of the feature elaborates on the troubles Donnie must face to save everything he has built so far.
The clip shines light on the ‘brotherly’ relation Donnie had with his childhood friend-turned-nemesis Damian, played by Jonathan Majors. It also hints at their “unfinished business,” which will be the crux of the conflict between the old friends. To overcome his opponent Donny needs to “let go of whatever was and walk into what is.” The clip effectively establishes the theme of the upcoming movie “that is there’s no enemy like the past.” There are some high-octave ring scenes coupled with Donnie’s emotional stakes.
Creed III debuts in theaters on March 3, you can check out the new teaser below: #CREED3 on Twitter: “There’s no enemy like the past. From Director Michael B. Jordan, don’t miss #Creed3 only in movie theaters March 3. https://t.co/Vn5QhlpWyy” / Twitter
Madonna‘s biopic with Universal Pictures may no longer be in the works, but it still carries an allegedly hefty price tag.
The 64-year-old “Material Girl” pop legend had been working on crafting a movie about her life for a while now. However, it was put on ice earlier this month following news about her upcoming tour.
A source estimated how much the project would cost Universal Pictures after they reportedly invested so heavily in the release.
They said that the project could end up costing at least $10 million. That total included “millions” in licensing fees that were needed on top of paying the director attached to the project.
“When you spend millions and millions on a project without a final script, there’s going to be a gut-check moment, and that’s what happened here,” they said.
It won’t only be a monetary loss, either. They continued, noting that the lengthy audition process alone – which reportedly involved a boot camp and multiple actresses auditioning for a chance to play Madonna – “took months of everybody’s time.”
Remember when Pamela Anderson was married to movie producer Jon Peters for 12 days in 2020? Well, there are apparently no hard feelings there. He’s leaving her $10 million in his will. (Full Story)
Priscilla Presley has contested “the authenticity and validity” of Lisa Marie Presley’s will. The businesswoman filed documents in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday, challenging a “purported 2016 amendment” to the will, which ousted her as a trustee.
According to the documents Priscilla, 77, asked a judge to determine the validity of the amendment, which named Lisa Marie’s eldest daughter, Riley Keough, and her late son, Benjamin Keough, as successor co-trustees.The amendment allegedly removed Lisa Marie’s former business manager, Barry Siegel, along with Priscilla from the trust, leaving Riley the sole trustee after her brother died by suicide in 2020. Amazon is building a Tomb Raider franchise.
Sources say that the retail giant and streamer has teamed with Dmitri M. Johnson’s dj2 Entertainment for a massive rights deal to make a Tomb Raider feature film, in addition to the newly announced TV series from Phoebe Waller-Bridge and at least one video game in the Lara Croft franchise.
The idea is to build out a connected world of Tomb Raider, with the video game, TV series and film all interconnected in a fashion akin to what Marvel has already accomplished. The Tomb Raider video game was announced in December, with additional games in the franchise considered likely
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