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VIDEO ‘Rocky’ Co-Star Tony Burton Dies At 78

VIDEO 'Rocky' Co-Star Tony Burton Dies At 78

Tony Burton, who played the corner man to both Sylvester Stallone and Carl Weathers in the Rocky film saga, has died at 78. He played Tony “Duke” Evers, trainer to Weathers’ Apollo Creed in the original 1976 movie and its 1979 sequel. After that character’s death in 1982’s Rocky III, his character, …

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Chucky 7 – Shortly before filming? Don Mancini Indicated Return of Jennifer Tilly

Chucky 7 - Shortly before filming? Don Mancini Indicated Return of Jennifer Tilly

Fresh off of writing two episodes of NBC’s recently cancelled series Hannibal, Child’s Play creator Don Mancini is now hard at work on scripting the return of Chucky, and according to a tweet he just posted, filming may begin sooner than we think. And Tiffany may be back. A quick little recap before …

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Why Deadpool’s Naked Fight Scene Is Essential (Despite The Obvious)

Fangirls and boys, prayers are answered: Ryan Reynolds has confirmed that he will have a fighting scene a la Viggo Mortensen of “The Brutal Fight”. Why is that good news? According to the trailers there’s going to be dozens of brutal fights, why is one in particular so important when …

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White Actor Cast To Play Michael Jackson

What do you get when you take Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, and Michael Jackson and put them in a car headed toward Ohio? Did you answer “A strange 9/11 movie that’s going to upset a lot of black people?” Because if you did, you are right. And you have a …

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Exactly What Make The #OscarsSoWhite

“New Year New Me” is a phrase said by millions every new year, and sometimes even ten or fifteen people of that million actually follow through. The other nine hundred thousand just stick to the same old crap they’d been slinging for years; Drinking… Not getting exercise… Still not applying …

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‘Star Wars’ Director J.J. Abrams Had LAUSD Teacher in Mind For ‘Maz’

‘Star Wars’ Director J.J. Abrams Had LAUSD Teacher in Mind For ‘Maz’

She gave $1 million to Palisades Charter High School for classroom renovations and building a community pool. She was LAUSD’s oldest full-time teacher when she retired at 94 and one of the oldest ever in the nation. She taught the children of Frank Sinatra, Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin and Robert …

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‘Ghostbusters’ Actor and Broadway Star, David Margulies, Dies at 78

'Ghostbusters' Actor and Broadway Star, David Margulies, Dies at 78

David Margulies, who worked steadily on stage and screen, including roles in “Ghostbusters” and “The Sopranos,” died Monday, his agent Harry Abrams confirmed. He was 78. A Brooklyn native, Margulies graduated from City College of New York and made his off-Broadway debut in 1958 in “Golden 6,” according to his …

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Sylvester Stallone Officially Retires from Rambo

Sylvester Stallone Officially Retires from Rambo

When last we heard, Sylvester Stallone was preparing to write Rambo: Last Blood, the fifth chapter in this long-standing action franchise. This was after he’d wrapped filming on Creed, which saw him reprise his iconic role as Rocky Balboa. And it was before Fox announced they were moving forward with the TV drama Rambo: New Blood, which doesn’t …

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Finding Dory’s Two New Characters

Finding Dory's Two New Characters

We all definitely remember Finding Nemo! Being a voracious Disney fan, I find Pixar movies especially adorable. I recently finally watched Inside Out and am very anxious to delve into the new movie that has been in theatres since November 25, 2015, The Good Dinosaur. These precious jewels, whether it …

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