• The Glorious Corner: Lindsey Buckingham Speaks, “Green Book”, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and More!

  • Believe Again: 20 Years of Cher’s Believe

  • Grammy Awards Nominations 2019: The Complete List

  • Warner Bros. ‘Opens Discussions About Aquaman Sequel’

  • Watch: “Avengers: Endgame” Trailer #1

  • Lady Gaga Grateful For Golden Globe Nomination

  • John C. Reilly: “I’ve Been Preparing to Play Oliver Hardy My ‘Whole Life’

  • Golden Globe Nominees Announced

  • The Glorious Corner: Micky Dolenz, Gilbert Gottfried, AC/DC and More

  • Ariana Grande Shatters Vevo 100m View-Count Record

  • Kelly Clarkson Told Cher She’s a Big Fan as They Met For The First Time

  • Ariana Grande Wants Kris Jenner to Become Her Mother’s Best Friend

  • The Glorious Corner: Jeff Daniels, Freddie Mercury, George Bush, The Beatles Final Concert and More

  • Ariana Grande Doubts Whether ‘True Love’ Exists

  • Interview: Lin-Manuel Miranda & Dick Van Dyke Sing the Praises of Mary Poppins Returns

  • Sylvester Stallone Retires From Rocky Balboa Role

  • Elton John Cancels Shows Due to Ear Infection

  • Adam Levine Cryptic About Super Bowl Criticism

  • The Glorious Corner: “This is Us”, Charlie Rose, Mary Wilson and More!

  • Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam Announce Upcoming NYC Show and New Album, “Greetings From Serbia” in January 2019

The Glorious Corner: Lindsey Buckingham Speaks, “Green Book”, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and More!

    G.H. Harding      LINDSEY SPEAKS — Via CBS: Even in a group notorious for turmoil, it came as a shock when earlier this year Fleetwood Mac fired Lindsey Buckingham, a key member of what many consider the band’s classic lineup. Buckingham sued, and in his first television interview since being ousted, he […]

Believe Again: 20 Years of Cher’s Believe

Some hits are timeless, while others eventually fall to the wayside. It’s safe to say that Cher’s 1998 hit, “Believe,” is here for good. It has been 20 years since Cher released this iconic single, accompanied by its equally trailblazing album. The album Believe comes off the heels of Cher’s 1995 album, It’s A Man’s […]

Grammy Awards Nominations 2019: The Complete List

The Grammy nominees have been unveiled, and as always, there are plenty of surprises in the Big 4 categories and more than a few tight races that should prove almost impossible to call. On Friday’s (Dec. 7) CBS This Morning, 2018 best new artist winner Alessia Cara, Apple Music host Zane Lowe, Janelle Monae and […]

Warner Bros. ‘Opens Discussions About Aquaman Sequel’

  By Celebretainment Warner Bros. has already started discussions about an ‘Aquaman‘ sequel. The movie studio has been encouraged by the early reaction to the new superhero film, and has already started planning for a potential sequel, although nothing is certain at this stage. A writer hasn’t yet been commissioned for the sequel to ‘Aquaman’ […]

Watch: “Avengers: Endgame” Trailer #1

  Disney and Marvel Studios dropped the first trailer for Avengers: Endgame – that’s right, it has a title! – this morning and the tone is decidedly somber. We get fleeting glimpses of Thanos (a hand, some armor), Hawkeye shows up – finally – though, as many fans theorized, he comes in a new form, and Tony […]

Lady Gaga Grateful For Golden Globe Nomination

  By Celebretainment Lady Gaga is “so grateful” for her Golden Globe nomination. The 32-year-old singer-turned-actress has been shortlisted for Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in ‘A Star is Born’ – which is also nominated for Best Motion Picture – and she’s thrilled that not only has she […]

John C. Reilly: “I’ve Been Preparing to Play Oliver Hardy My ‘Whole Life’

    By Celebretainment   John C Reilly feels he’s been preparing to play Oliver Hardy his “whole life”. The 53-year-old actor has admitted he relished portraying the silent comedy star in ‘Stan & Ollie’, which also stars fellow comic actor Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel. He explained: “I have been preparing for that role […]

Golden Globe Nominees Announced

Were your favorites nominated? Nominations for the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced on Thursday morning show live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel. “Vice,” Adam McKay’s scathing Dick Cheney biopic, walked away with a leading six nominations. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization behind the Globes, also awarded “A Star Is Born,” “The […]

Ariana Grande Shatters Vevo 100m View-Count Record

On Saturday, Vevo confirmed that “thank u, next” had broken the 24-hour Vevo record. Today, Vevo can confirm that Ariana Grande’s video is now the fastest video to reach 100 million views, a feat managed in under four days following the release of the video on Friday, November 30 at 3pm ET. The “thank u, next”video […]

Kelly Clarkson Told Cher She’s a Big Fan as They Met For The First Time

  By Celebretainment Kelly Clarkson told Cher she’s “a big fan” when they met on the red carpet. The ‘Piece By Piece’ singer was at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. on Sunday (12.02.18) when she met the ‘Believe’ hitmaker for the first time before the event. After speaking to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, she bumped […]

Ariana Grande Wants Kris Jenner to Become Her Mother’s Best Friend

    By Celebretainment Ariana Grande wants Kris Jenner and her own mother to become real-life best friends. The 25-year-old pop star asked Kris, 63, to make a cameo appearance during the ‘Mean Girls’-inspired scenes in her ‘Thank U, Next’ music video, and Ariana has revealed she relished the experience of working with the showbiz […]

The Glorious Corner: Jeff Daniels, Freddie Mercury, George Bush, The Beatles Final Concert and More

    G.H. Harding  DANIELS TOPLINES MOCKINGBIRD — Jeff Daniels is just electric in the Aaron Sorkin revival of To Kill A Mockingbird; that officially opens on December 13 here in NYC. I’m a huge Daniels fan; I think his work on the three seasons of Sorkin’s Newsroom (on HBO), was just mesmerizing (not to […]

Ariana Grande Doubts Whether ‘True Love’ Exists

  By Celebretainment Ariana Grande doubts whether “true love” really exists. The 25-year-old pop star – whose latest hit, ‘Thank U, Next’, explores some of her past relationships – has revealed she’s not currently looking for another boyfriend following her split from comedian Pete Davidson and she isn’t sure whether true love exists, either. In […]

Interview: Lin-Manuel Miranda & Dick Van Dyke Sing the Praises of Mary Poppins Returns

In an exclusive photo shoot and interviews for this weekend’s Parade, Dick Van Dyke and Lin-Manual Miranda—co-star collaborators in the new Mary Poppins Returns (in theaters Dec. 19)—spread the love for song, dance and Disney delights. Dick is back! Van Dyke, who’ll turn 93 on Dec. 13, also starred in the original Mary Poppins, released […]

Sylvester Stallone Retires From Rocky Balboa Role

Sylvester Stallone has announced he will never play Rocky Balboa again. The 72-year-old Hollywood legend has confirmed he has hung up his boxing gloves permanently, after playing the legendary character since the 1970s. Alongside a video of him standing by a burning drum, which pays homage to the first movie, where homeless people used to […]

Elton John Cancels Shows Due to Ear Infection

    Follow The Mac Wire on Twitter and  M.A. Cassata on Instagram and  Facebook By Celebretainment Sir Elton John cancelled his concert in Florida on Tuesday (11.27.18) after suffering with an “ear infection”. The 71-year-old music icon was due to take to the stage at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday night as part of […]

Adam Levine Cryptic About Super Bowl Criticism

  By Celebretainment Adam Levine has responded to criticism of Maroon 5’s decision to play the Super Bowl halftime show. The ‘Moves Like Jagger’ hitmakers have been met with fierce backlash over the upcoming event in February, with almost 64,000 people signing a petition calling for them to drop out as a protest over police […]

Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam Announce Upcoming NYC Show and New Album, “Greetings From Serbia” in January 2019

  Follow The Mac Wire on Twitter and  M.A. Cassata on Instagram and  Facebook   By M.A. Cassata Over the course of some brilliant albums, Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam, has re-invigorated the jazz/rock genre. Always adventurous and plainly inventive, Miller and his group has given the genre a giant leap forward. Miller’s own bass playing, clearly driving […]