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Drake Confirms Certified Lover Boy Album Is Done, Sends Subliminal Shots

Drake's new album, Certified Lover Boy, is completed and ready to be released. On Friday night (July 30), Drizzy confirmed the news via the latest episode of Sound 42's Fri Yiy Friday show on Serius XM Radio, where he delivered a message to fans and apparently slipped in some subliminal shots at his foes. "Album's cooked," Drake starts. "Looking forward to delivering it to you. I hope everybody in the world is blessed. I hope everybody has their drinks, everyone's locked in. Good vibes and good energy for this weekend."
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Tom Hanks Will Appear in Wes Anderson’s Next Movie

One of humanity’s favorite actors is partnering up with one of humanity’s favorite directors for the first time. While Wes Anderson’s last movie, The French Dispatch, has yet to reach movie theaters, his next film is gearing up for production. And America’s real and true sweetheart, Tom Hanks, will be in it.
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Amazon Users Watched Over 1 Billion Minutes of ‘The Tomorrow War’

The Tomorrow War may have premiered on Amazon and its Prime Video streaming service, but it was originally intended for theaters. The film was produced by Paramount, who later sold the project to Amazon during the worst of the Covid pandemic. While Amazon had to spent a big chunk of money to get the movie — most reports claim it cost Amazon roughly $200 million — it appears it was a good investment, as the film was the most-streamed movie on all of the internet recently, with well over 1 billion (billion with a b) minutes consumed by Amazon subscribers.
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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s ‘Honeymoon’ Sounds Perfect

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani laid low after getting married in early July. The couple chose to embrace the quiet and calm instead of rushing off to a destination honeymoon. Talking to SiriusXM The Highway host Storme Warren, Shelton admits that instead of traveling, he and Stefani chose to stay home in Oklahoma. The pair took time to stop and smell the roses — actually, they stopped to smell the zinnias.
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The Most Googled Questions About the Olympics, Answered!

Welcome to PopCrush's Daily Break! Here's a breakdown of today's hottest pop culture and lifestyle stories as heard on PopCrush Nights, airing across the country. Check out these burning Olympics questions, the rock star getting his own rest stop and more, below. The Most Googled Questions About the Olympics, Answered!
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BagelFresh Deli and Grill Coming Soon to Robbinsville, NJ

Exciting news. BagelFresh Deli and Grill is coming soon to Robbinsville, according to owner, Joe Sellari. I spoke to Joe recently and he's so excited to be a part of the Robbinsville/Windsor community. The new BagelFresh will hopefully be opening in early September, on Route 130 South. I'll keep you posted on the exact date.
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Marvel’s Kevin Feige Reportedly ‘Angry and Embarrassed’ About ‘Black Widow’ Lawsuit

So it doesn’t seem like Black Widow 2 is going to happen anytime soon... Or at least it’s not going to star Scarlett Johansson. She’s suing Disney, claiming they breached her contract by releasing Black Widow on Disney+ at the same time it was opening in theaters, allegedly costing her tens of millions of dollars that she would have been owed if the film had performed better on the big screen. (So far Black Widow has grossed about $320 million worldwide, on the very low end of what Marvel movies typically earn.) Disney’s response did not suggest they’re eager to settle; they said Johansson showed “callous disregard for the prolonged global effects of the COVID-19 pandemic” and claimed they “fully complied” with her contract.
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‘Jungle Cruise’ Review: Give This Disney Adventure a Wide Berth

It doesn’t feel like a big ask for a movie called Jungle Cruise to occasionally look like it takes place in an actual jungle on an actual river cruise. That seems like the bare minimum a movie called Jungle Cruise should provide. As a matter of fact, the old Jungle Cruise attraction at Disneyland occasionally pulled off a more convincing simulation of a river cruise through a jungle than this film inspired by it, and the ride’s technology dates back to Disneyland’s opening day in 1955. There are all kinds of elaborate effects in this film: Monsters, CGI jaguars, magical trees. And yet it never pulls off the simple illusion of its heroes floating down the middle of the Amazon. It always seems like everyone is standing on a set in a big green room.
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4 possible tornadoes in NJ during damaging Thursday storms

The National Weather Service will investigate at least four reports of possible tornadoes following a night of severe weather across New Jersey on Thursday night. New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said it was an unprecedented night for him with 12 tornado warnings issued in New Jersey, six severe thunderstorm warnings and eight flash flood warnings.
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With most MVC workers vaccinated, offices aren’t closing as much

A week and a half ago the Oakland Motor Vehicle Commission Agency office in Bergen County was closed because an MVC employee had tested positive for COVID. But instead of being closed for two weeks, which had been the protocol over the past year, MVC Chief Administrator Sue Fulton said the office reopened the next day.
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Thousands of Snapchat Users App Won’t Work

Snapchat is a very popular app that many people use to communicate with friends and family. If you are currently having issues with your Snapchat don't get mad at your phone because there is a big issue with the app at the moment. Snapchat tweeted out and mentioned that the...