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  • Chris Murphy, Longtime INXS Manager, Dies at 66 January 16, 2021
    Chris “CM” Murphy, the longtime manager of Australian band INXS (from 1979 until 1995 and again in the 2000s), has died in Sydney following a battle with Mantle Cell Lymphoma. He was 66. A representative for Murphy Petrol Group shared the news in the early morning hours of Saturday (Jan. 16): “It is with great […]
    Shirley Halperin
  • TV Ratings: ‘Mr. Mayor’ Ratings Quadruple in Key Demo Following Premiere Date January 16, 2021
    NBCUniversal’s newest sitcom series “Mr. Mayor,” a comedic, skeptical take on city government co-created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, opened to solid numbers in its Thursday night debut on Jan. 7. One week after the premiere, and ratings in the key, adults ages 18-49 demographic haven’t just undergone a substantial increase— they’ve quadrupled, from […]
    Mónica Marie Zorrilla
  • Walt Disney Music Promotes Tom MacDougall to President January 16, 2021
    Tom MacDougall has been promoted to president of Walt Disney Music. The longtime studio vet will report to Disney Studios Content Chairman Alan Bergman. Following Disney’s acquisition of Fox and the studio’s recent content and distribution reorganization, Disney Studios Content is consolidating music production for live-action and animated films across Disney, Disney Animation, Pixar, Blue […]
    Rebecca Rubin
  • Author of Natalie Wood Book Petitions L.A. Sheriff to Obtain Confidential Death Records January 16, 2021
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (L.A.S.D.) is being petitioned to open an inquiry into the 1981 drowning case of Natalie Wood, as an upcoming book claims that there was a cover-up of the circumstances related to her death. The author of the book has taken legal action to obtain confidential sheriff records, which he […]
    Janet Lee
  • ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Release Date Moves Ahead Two Months January 16, 2021
    While nearly every movie has been delayed in wake of the pandemic, Warner Bros. has taken the unusual step of releasing “Godzilla vs. Kong” two months earlier than expected. The legendary monsters will face off on March 26, instead of May 21, in theaters and on the streaming service HBO Max. Legendary Entertainment, the production […]
    Rebecca Rubin

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