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Victoria Beckham's drastic plan to save 'lost' Brooklyn

She’s always been very protective of her four children, but the past few weeks have really seen Victoria Beckham turn into the ultimate mama bear over eldest son Brooklyn. The 22-year-old wannabe photographer-turned-chef has been ridiculed and criticised for a recent cooking segment on US TV, where he made a simple breakfast sandwich.
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10/26/21: Netflix ready to roast The Jonas Brothers

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Research: 71% US homes still pay-TV subs

Findings from Leichtman Research Group’s study, Pay-TV in the U.S. 2021, indicate that 71 per cent of TV households nationwide have some form of pay-TV service. The percentage of TV households that have a live pay-TV service (via cable, satellite, Telco, or Internet-delivered vMVPD) is down from 82 per cent in 2016, 87 per cent in 2011, and 86 per cent in 2006.

The £30 Face Mask Selling Sunset's Heather Rae Young Used On The Morning Of Her Wedding

Selling Sunset's Heather Rae Young used a £30 face mask on the morning of her Santa Barbara wedding. The LA real estate agent met her husband - to US TV host Tarek El Moussa - during fourth of July celebrations in 2019. No expense was spared when it came to Heather's wedding dresses. The first was, according to People Magazine, an extravagant fishtail affair designed by renowned Israeli designer Galia Lahav that featured a fitted corset, French lace, and long sleeves. The second iteration took things a little shorter. When it came to her pre-wedding skincare though, it seems Heather was a little more frugal, though she certainly didn't skimp on quality.

Watch JoJo Siwa dress up as Pennywise on ‘Dancing With The Stars’

The influencer and pop star is currently a contestant on the long-running US TV show. Jojo Siwa kicked off Halloween this week and dressed up as the iconic horror character Pennywise for her latest performance dancing with the Stars. Read more: Hyperactive Influencer/Dancer/Pop Star Jojo Siwa Will Scare You Unless...

‘Dune’ Heaps $41M Domestic Opening After Near $10M Sunday; Highest For Denis Villeneuve & HBO Max Day And Date

UPDATED, Monday AM: A bit of positive news that HBO Max didn’t completely wipe out the weekend box office on Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. Warner Bros reported Monday morning that Legendary’s Dune had a much better Sunday than anticipated: $9.78 million, off 29% from Saturday’s $13.7M, instead of $8.9M, down 35%. This will send the pic’s revised opening to $41 million. Warners has a hold on the Imax and PLFs before Disney/Marvel’s Eternals on November 5. Still a tough weekend is ahead: While HBO Max event films have shown great slide in weekend 2, it’s also the first Halloween weekend in two years that will be...

GETTING GRAPHIC: What Makes A Good Video Game To Film Adaptation?

Video game adaptations have been exceptionally bountiful in the horror sphere when it comes to upcoming film and television projects. Resident Evil, The Last of Us, and Five Nights At Freddy’s are just a few of the big names that are either in production or currently being eyed by studios. They tread the infamously worn ground of video game adaptations past, which often polarize audiences for many reasons. Striking that sweet spot of satisfying both film fans and fans of adapted video games can seem impossible. Consequently, when rumors swirl of an upcoming adaptation, there’s often a stigma that naturally surrounds them, as if audiences shouldn’t set their expectations too high. It begs the question: What do these upcoming films need to do to break the cycle of bad adaptations?

Magnite Research Finds CTV Audiences More Representative and Diverse Than Traditional TV

Magnite’s “CTV Is for Everyone: US 2021” study finds ad-supported programming is becoming the primary way Americans watch CTV. Magnite, the world’s largest independent omnichannel sell-side advertising platform, today released its “CTV Is for Everyone: US 2021” report. The study of 1,200 consumers across the US explores the opportunity for marketers to engage with CTV audiences which are now more reflective of the general population in terms of age, race, and other factors than traditional TV.
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Pay-TV penetration slips to 71% of US homes – study

The decline of the US pay-TV market has been obvious for years, but a new study from Leichtman Research Group (LRG) has applied another number that helps to illustrate the damage: 71%. That percentage, LRG says, now represents the current reach of pay-TV in US households, a figure that includes...

John Oliver criticises US police who threaten to quit over vaccine mandate: ‘F****** let them’

John Oliver has criticised police in America who are threatening to quit if they are forced to get a Covid-19 vaccine.On his US TV show, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, the British comedian slammed the thousands of police officers across the US refusing to get vaccinated: “So you know what, if an officer wants to quit over this, f****** let them. Let the individuals who clearly don’t care about public safety stop being in charge of public safety. It’s really that simple.”He then claimed: “The constant refrain we hear from cops every time they kill an unarmed black...

Short-Lived and Easily Forgotten 1980s TV Series

Glory is a fan of 70s TV entertainment and enjoys writing about the popular and not-so-popular shows and TV movies of that decade. This is a brief look at 28 short-lived and easily forgotten television series from the 1980s with brief plot, cast list, photos, trivia and more. Some of...

Genetics: Incremental changes for a profitable future

Beef producer Marie Copley from Copley Pastoral Co near Crows Nest in southern Queensland delivered a presentation posing the question, “To EBV or not EBV?” at a field day held at Brahman bull breeder Alf Collins’ Collins Belah Valley (CBV) in August. Here is a summary of her address…. WATCHING...