Kingsman 3 Gets Release Date

    Movies News Desk   By Celebretainment ‘Kingsman 3‘ has been given a November 2019 release date. The hotly anticipated third instalment of the Matthew Vaughn-directed franchise has officially been given a release date of November 9 2019, according to Entertainment Weekly, after ‘Bond 25’ – which was originally supposed to be released that […]

Cher: ‘I’ve Always Felt Like An Outsider’

      Follow The Mac Wire on Twitter and  M.A. Cassata on Instagram and  Facebook   Music News Desk By Celebretainment Cher felt an “outsider” when she was growing up. The 72-year-old performer has gone on to find huge success in the music and acting worlds but admitted that the feeling of not belonging has never left […]

In Art-House Cinema: Gilda Radner, King Lear, Joan Jett and James Dean Movies

    Movies News Desk By Michael Smith Tulsa World Documentaries about Joan Jett, Gilda Radner and public education — along with throwbacks to James Dean and animated 1980s “Transformers” — are highlights of this week in specialty cinema in Tulsa. NEW AT CIRCLE CINEMA “Farenheit 11/9”: The new Michael Moore documentary can best be […]

The Monkees To Release Their First-Ever Christmas Album

  Music News Desk In 2016, the Monkees did something they had not done in nearly half a century — they broke into the Top 20 of the Billboard charts with an album. Good Times! surpassed any expectations people might have had for a Monkees album in the 21st century. The band’s first album in […]

Sally Field: “Acting Set Me Free”

Movies News Desk In an exclusive for Parade, available this weekend, the forever young Oscar-winning actress discusses her leading men, including the late Burt Reynolds, her escape from a traumatic childhood and her anti-aging secrets. Forever Young, Forever Tough. Field, 71, credits “genetics” for the “constantly girlish quality” that’s been her signature look. “I’ve heard […]

The Brand-New “Doctor Who” Series Trailer is HERE!

  TV News Desk The official trailer is here! “I’m the Doctor, when people need help, I never refuse.” Glimpse into the world of the Thirteenth Doctor, with a brand-new sneak peek of the series. Don’t forget to… watch to the end for a special message from Jodie Whittaker.

A First Look Into “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

TV News Desk By Nicole Cameli @nicolecameli The community of Riverdale is continuing to expand thanks to Netflix. The streaming service recently released a trailer and upcoming details of their upcoming Riverdale spin off based off of the famous witch series. The upcoming Netflix show is taking a much darker route than it’s much friendlier […]

Captain Marvel’s First Trailer Teases New Marvel Movie

By Celebretainment The first ‘Captain Marvel‘ trailer has been released. The long-awaited Marvel trailer – which features Brie Larson in the iconic role – made its debut on ‘Good Morning America’ and has given fans an insight into what they can expect from the upcoming superhero movie. The dramatic clip, which lasts for just under […]

Emmy Awards 2018: The Complete List of Winners

  Did your favorites win? Here’s the list of winners at the annual Primetime Emmy Awards, announced Monday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The prime-time Emmy Award ceremony winners (in bold) and nominees (in order of being announced): Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) Henry Winkler (Barry) […]

The Glorious Corner: The 70th Emmy Awards, “Killing Eve”, “Saturday Night Live”, Paul Simon and More

      G.H. Harding  EMMY FEVER — Television’s Golden-Statue Extravaganza is finally here. Yes, that’s correct; the 2018 Emmy Awards are upon us… tonight. There’s a lot at stake in this year. Game of Thrones garnered an impressive 22 nominations, trailed by Westworld with 21. Nominees also include surprise hits like Killing Eve. And […]

Will & Grace: The Groundbreaking LGBT Sitcom

  Will & Grace, the groundbreaking US sitcom, has been lauded with shifting the country’s attitude towards the LGBT community. Starring Eric McCormack as gay lawyer Will Truman and Debra Messing as straight interior designer Grace Adler, it was the first prime-time TV series to feature openly gay lead characters on American terrestrial television. Speaking […]

Cher Credits Make-Up For Her Youthful Appearance

    Follow The Mac Wire on Twitter and  M.A. Cassata on Instagram and  Facebook   Cher says “five pounds of make-up” is the secret to her youthful appearance in ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’. The 72-year-old icon appeared alongside a star-studded cast in the Ol Parker-directed musical romantic comedy, and Cher has now revealed her secret […]

Movie Review: Glenn Close Makes ‘The Wife’ Engaging, Draws Oscar Buzz

  By Michael Smith/Tulsa World To think of the acting of Glenn Close is to recall scenery-chewing roles in films like “Fatal Attraction” and “Dangerous Liaisons,” or her Broadway-by-storm turn as Norma Desmond in “Sunset Boulevard.” But to see her work in the new movie “The Wife” is to be reminded how subtle she can […]

Emmys 2018: The Most Memorable Moments From 70 Years of Ceremonies

  Just ahead of the 70th Annual Emmy Awards (Monday, Sept. 17, on NBC, hosted by SNL’s Michael Che and Colin Jost), Parade spotlights milestone moments, timeless trivia, beloved winners and surprising statistics of TV’s biggest night. (Plus, we reveal what Che and Jost love to binge-watch—and binge-eat—and their suggested ending for the Game of […]

Great Performances: “GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends®” Honors Recording Academy™ Special Merit Awards Recipients

  Special to Air Oct. 5 on PBS Will Pay Tribute to Tony Agnello and Richard Factor, Hal Blaine, Neil Diamond, Emmylou Harris, Louis Jordan, The Meters, Queen, Seymour Stein, Tina Turner and John Williams; Featuring Performances by Yolanda Adams, Herb Alpert, Micky Dolenz, Sammy Hagar, Ledisi and Trisha Yearwood; Joined by Presenters Gustavo Dudamel […]

The Glorious Corner: Elton John “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” Tour, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Gene Cornish of The Rascals, Rockers On Broadway and More

  G.H. Harding  HOZIER RETURNS — Late last week, multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Hozier released “Nina Cried Power” on Columbia Records. The 4-track EP is the first collection of new music he has shared since the 2014 release of his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. In addition to vocals from legendary multi-Grammy Award-winning artist and performer Mavis Staples, […]

Creative Arts Emmys 2018: Complete Winners List!

  The Creative Arts Emmys. Did your favorites win? The annual awards ceremony, presented in recognition of technical and other similar achievements in American television programming, was held between Saturday and Sunday (September 8-9) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.   Game of Thrones and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story led the […]

Hollywood Remembers Burt Reynolds: ‘The Bandit Stole Our Hearts’

Movies News Desk Film and television fans alike took to social media to remember Burt Reynolds, who died Thursday in Jupiter, Fla. The “Deliverance” and “Smokey the Bandit” star was 82. Former governor and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was one of the first to tweet his remembrance of the star. “Burt Reynolds was one of my heroes. He […]

William Shatner Still Ponders Leonard Nimoy Feud

      Follow The Mac Wire on Twitter and  M.A. Cassata on Instagram and  Facebook   LONDON – William Shatner will wonder until the day he dies what he did that was so “irreparable” that Leonard Nimoy stopped talking to him. The 87-year-old actor is unsure why he and his Star Trek co-star – who he once […]