What’s Coming to Hulu in February

February 1 Your Attention Please: Season 2 Premiere Top Chef: Complete Season 18 1984 (1985) A Better Life (2011) The Accused (1988) Airplane! (1980) Ali (2001) Almost Famous (2000) The Ambassador (1985) Apartment Troubles (2014) Arctic (2018) Arthur Christmas (2011) The Bank Job (2008) Batman (1989) Batman Returns (1992) Batman Forever (1995) Batman & Robin […]

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EDM Artist CHYL’s New Track “Bestie” Doubles as a Female Empowerment Anthem and Hyper Dance Song

CHYL Shares Her Journey and How Female Friendship Aided in Her Success as an EDM Artist   Chinese-Canadian LA based EDM artist Rachel Shi or CHYL(pronounced “chill”) just released her new song “Bestie”-an energetic collaboration with DJ Amber Na. CHYL has created, written and produced multiple singles throughout 2021 including “Boom Boom”, “All That Bass”

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Big Daddy Kane and the ASL Interpreter

The Truth about Big Daddy Kane’s ASL Interpreter Mistake

Out of Line or Out of Context? American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters are being used more and more at concerts for deaf audience members. Unfortunately, someone forget to let Big Daddy Kane know at his concert at Eaglebank Arena in Fairfax Virginia on Friday, January the 14th 2022. The famous American rapper from the 80s

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What’s Coming to HBOMax in February

February 1 All Good Things, 2010 (HBO) The Amityville Horror, 1979 (HBO) The Amityville Horror, 2005 (HBO) American Style The Apparition, 2012 (HBO) Austin Powers in Goldmember, 2002 Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery, 1997 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, 1999 Backdraft, 1991 (HBO) Batman & Robin, 1997 Batman Forever, 1995 Batman Returns,

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The Hit Teen Drama “Euphoria” is Back-and It Has More Drama Than Ever

“Euphoria” Invites You to the Most Chaotic New Year’s Eve Party Ever With its Season 2 Premiere Fans of HBO’s gut-wrenching drama knew they were in for a ride when the Euphoria season 2 trailer dropped right before Christmas. Now in the aftermath of the first episode, viewers are left devastated, invigorated, and hungry for

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A Very Fond Farewell to Beloved TV Dad and Full House Star Bob Saget

Funnyman Bob Saget, the multi-talented stand-up comedian, actor, television host, game show host, and director, has left an indelible mark on the entertainment world. His grieving friends and co-stars say Hollywood lost a legend. He was known for his big heart, big hugs, and his kindness and will be missed by family, friends, and fans.

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“It’s Time We Stop with Harry Potter” Aspiring Artist and Short Film Star Leo Glowczynski Gives His Thoughts on the Harry Potter Reunion

Harry Potter is a Beloved Series-So Why is its Author so Hated By Some People? Just last week, Harry Potter 20th Anniversary – Return to Hogwarts premiered on HBOMax, featuring much of the cast. Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, and Daniel Radcliffe were all in attendance along with other iconic Harry Potter alumni. Since its first

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Delivers on an Action-Packed, Mind-Bending Adventure

Marvel’s Latest Feature is Shocking Audiences and Filling Spider-Man Fans Hearts with Glee.   The recent MCU installment Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters almost a week before Christmas and critics and audiences have been going insane over the film’s world building, character development, and tongue and cheek twists and turns. The film follows our

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‘Pretty Woman’ star Olivia Valli Continues Her Grandfather’s Musical Legacy

What more of a treat could Philadelphia area theater lovers want than a night at the Academy of Music watching a live performance of Pretty Woman: The Musical? We will have that opportunity for the Philly premiere of Pretty Woman at the Kimmel Cultural Campus; Academy of Music from Tuesday, January 4 through Sunday, January

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What’s Streaming on Amazon Prime Video in January 2022

Streaming on Amazon Prime Video in January Amazon Prime is coming in hot with their first month of 2022 new releases. From classic comedy favorites to beloved action franchises, amazon is bringing some fan favorites to the small screen. Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime in January 2021. January 1: 127 Hours (2010) Ace Ventura:

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The West Side Story Remake is Here-and it’s Light Years Better Than The Original

Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story More Than Stands Up To The Original Award-winning director Steven Spielberg’s first musical movie West Side Story goes above and beyond its predecessor with beautiful vocals, extraordinarily well-choreographed numbers, and intense focus on the story’s key message.  The original West Side Story premiered in 1957 winning best picture at the

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Latvia’s Oscar Contender “The Pit” Teaches Audience About Love, Friendship, and Acceptance

Dace Pūce and Kristele Pudāne discuss filming The Pit Based on stories reflecting true events by author Jana Egle, The Pit tells a fascinating story about what really lies beneath the surface in all humans regardless of age, or gender. Telling the story of 10-year-old Markus, living with his grandmother after his father passes. The

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MARCH debuts January 24 on The CW

The Eight-Part Series Following the Prairie View A&M University Marching Band Premieres Monday, January 24 (Burbank, CA)—The CW Network announced today the all-new docu-series MARCH, which celebrates the colorful, boisterous and competitive world of HBCU band culture through the eyes of the experts—the band members and leaders themselves. Embedded inside the Prairie View A&M University

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