New York Post

Pamela Anderson is selling her Malibu home and moving to Canada, telling The Post she will leave behind her two sons and revealed the reason for the big move out of the US.

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Deadline

It seems we are living through a phase of so-called “cancel culture” these days. Just this week, Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced it will no longer publish six lesser-known books by the famed children’s author due to offensive and racist depictions. Mr. Potato…

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Hollywood Reporter

Cinemas in the all-important market have been closed for nearly a year due to the pandemic. The well-known actor will turn up at the AMC Lincoln Square to introduce his latest action pic, 'The Marksman.'

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The A.V. Club

As part of the promotional push for Paramount Plus's Real World reunion Homecoming New York, series star Eric Nies said that Val Kilmer was afraid he'd be "upstaged" if Nies was cast as Robin in 1995's Batman Forever.

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Daily Mail

The 52-year-old actress posted a series of birthday tributes to her BFF, actress Andrea Bendewald, on Instagram on Thursday, including an image displaying the matching ink on their wrists.

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Fox News

Universal Studios Hollywood announced Thursday that it will be reopening on weekends for a ticketed event called “Taste of Universal.”

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Page Six

“To lots of fun adventures. May we destroy each other completely. Love, Kourtney.”

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INSIDER

Earlier this week, Hilton called the comedian's jokes at the 2007 MTV Movies Awards "cruel" and "mean."

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CBS News

Nine Dr. Seuss books filled the top 10 of Amazon's bestseller list, with "The Cat in the Hat" at No. 1.

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Billboard

Megan Thee Stallion is working with the National Association of Christian Churches (NACC) Disaster Services and U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee to rebuild her Houston hometown.

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Billboard

On Thursday (March 4), Britney Spears celebrated boyfriend Sam Asghari's birthday with a pair of squeaky new videos.

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