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Don Everly from the chart top duo Everly Brothers has died at the age of 84

Don Everly, whose harmonious singing with brother Phil in the late 1950s and early 1960s spawned dreamy teen romance hits and influenced groups from the Beatles to Simon and Garfunkel, has died, the Los Angeles Times reported on Sunday. He was 84 years old. Everly, whose hits with his brother included “Wake Up Little Susie” and “Bye Bye Love,” died Saturday at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, a family spokesman said for the newspaper. His brother died in 2014 at the age of 74.

Box Office: ‘PAW Patrol’ crushes Hugh Jackman’s ‘Reminiscence’ as ‘Free Guy’ remains No. 1

Do you need proof that going to the cinema is a long way from returning to normal? Look no further than this weekend’s domestic box-office charts. Case in point: An animated film based on the children’s television show “PAW Patrol” left Hugh Jackman’s romantic drama “Reminiscence” in the dust in North America, with the heroic pups from Adventure City collecting six times more than a film made by one of the most charismatic Hollywood actors in their respective debuts. That is the unpredictable reality of the cinema business as the Delta variant continues to squeeze ticket sales around the world.

Karlovy Vary Film Festival opens with honors for Caine

The stars returned to their annual film festival in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic for the first time in over two years on Friday as the film industry’s premier event in Central and Eastern Europe resumed action after a COVID hiatus. The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival opened with two-time Oscar winner Michael Caine walking the red carpet. Caine, 88, later received the festival’s crystal ball for his contribution to cinema.

“Impeachment” star says series should “redeem” Monica Lewinsky

A television series debuting next month deals with the impeachment of former US President Bill Clinton, and Star Beanie Feldstein said she hoped she could “redeem” Monica Lewinsky in the eyes of some viewers. Lewinsky was unusually involved in Impeachment: American Crime Story, the producers said on the Friday before it premiered on September 7th on the Walt Disney Co.’s FX network. She gave feedback on scripts and approved dialogue by Feldstein, the ” Booksmart “star, who plays the former intern, were performed.

Ex-R. Kelly Employees Testify About Aaliyah Bribery, Twilight Zone Work Environment

A former R. Kelly tour manager told the jury at the R&B singer’s sexual abuse trial on Friday that Kelly paid a $ 500 bribe to get a license to marry singer Aaliyah as she was was just 15 years old after she feared he would have gotten her pregnant. The jury also heard testimony from a former Kelly adviser who said that working for his former boss was almost like being in a “twilight zone.”

Black Widow helps Disney raise $ 125 million in online revenue

Walt Disney said in a lawsuit on Friday that it generated $ 125 million in online revenue from the Marvel superhero film “Black Widow” three weeks after he was sued by star Scarlett Johansson. The actress sued Disney last month, claiming the company breached her contract by simultaneously showing the film in theaters.

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