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An inspired mash-up of posh and punk,Head Over Heelsis an unpredictable, Elizabethan romp about a royal family that must prevent an oracle’s prophecy of doom. In order to save their beloved kingdom, the family embarks on an extravagant journey wrought with mistaken identities, jealous lovers, sexual awakening, scandal and self-discovery, where everything and everyone is not quite what it seems. Get to know the cast below as they begin Broadway performances Featured Content


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Director Marc Forster Previews Christopher Robin as First Teaser Arrives

Director Marc Forster Previews Christopher Robin as First Teaser Arrives

In Disney’s upcoming live-action fantasy Christopher Robin (out August 3), Ewan McGregor plays the title role of the little boy who was Winnie the Pooh’s closest friend in the beloved series of children’s stories written by A.A. Milne and illustrated by E.H. Shepard. In the movie, Christopher is now an adult with a wife (played by Hayley Atwell), kids of his own and all the personal and financial responsibilities that come with that — responsibilities that have snuffed out his…

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Rich The Kid Previews Diss Track Aimed at Lil Uzi Vert

Ever since Lil Uzi Vert threw some shade at Rich The Kid, there seems to be tension between the two rappers. Earlier, the Atlanta rapper took to Instagram Live to preview a new song that targets Uzi. “Your money getting shorter,” Rich raps, referencing the Philadelphia rapper’s breakout track “Money Longer.”

The feud dates back to January this year, when Uzi and Rich had a disagreement on Twitter. After Uzi tweeted, “And if y’all do sign…sign 2 a major Don’t sign 2 a rapper or a DJ…It’s Just Easier When The Time Come For That Fake Sh*t,” Rich was among a few prominent industry figures to respond back to Uzi.

“That’s why you SHOULDA signed Rich forever,” the Atlanta rapper replied. Uzi fired back and said, “Boy I’m not signing for 20racks.” On Monday this week, Uzi showed off his brand new green dreads while holding a crab that allegedly costs $ 1,000. Uzi then posted another photo while holding the crab, tagging the crab with Rich’s Instagram handle. Rich then reposted the first photo and wrote: “Aw look at my son @liluzivert tryna look just like me.”

#RichTheKid said #LilUzi tryna be #twinsies ? What do y'all think #Roommates?

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‘Black Panther’ Breaks Thursday Previews Record for a Non-Sequel

'Black Panther' Breaks Thursday Previews Record for a Non-Sequel

With Marvel's Black Panther one of the most anticipated movies of all time, box office records are expected to break this weekend – and the movie has already managed one significant feat. Disney reports the MCU installment kicked off its opening last night with $ 25.2 million. That's Marvel's second-best showing for Thursday night previews, and it's a new peak for a non-sequel debut. 

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SAG Awards Honors Morgan Freeman, Sterling K. Brown; Previews Oscars

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Western-inspired revenge tale “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” swept the female-focused and led Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday with wins for best ensemble, best actress for Frances McDormand and best supporting actor for Sam Rockwell.

It was almost an exact repeat of the major Golden Globe Awards wins with Gary Oldman also winning best actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour” and Allison Janney taking supporting actress for playing Tonya Harding’s mother in “I, Tonya.”

As with many of the awards shows this season, it was the treatment of women in Hollywood that stayed at the forefront of the show, which featured a roster of nearly all female presenters and Kristen Bell as its inaugural host.

“We are living in a watershed moment,” Bell said in her opening monologue, which stayed light and mostly clear of politics. “Let’s make sure that we’re leading the charge with empathy and diligence.”

With many prominent men in Hollywood facing accusations of sexual misconduct, virtually every aspect of awards season has been impacted by the scandal — from questions on the red carpet to anxiety over who might win.

Both James Franco and Aziz Ansari two weeks ago won Golden Globe Awards while wearing Time’s Up pins before being accused of sexual misconduct and in Ansari’s case, aggressive sexual behavior by an anonymous accuser. Both were nominated Sunday and lost, Franco to Oldman and Ansari to William H. Macy for “Shameless.”

Rockwell, who beat out his co-star Woody Harrelson for the award, took his moment on stage to give a shout out to McDormand.


“Frances, you’re a powerhouse,” Rockwell said. “I stand shoulder to shoulder with you and all the incredible women in this room who are trying to make things better. It’s long overdue.”

Most of the comments in the evening were forward-looking. SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris said, “This is not a moment in time. This is a movement.”

Big television winners included NBC’s “This Is Us,” which took the ensemble award for drama and won Sterling K. Brown the outstanding actor award, and HBO’s “Veep,” which got outstanding comedy ensemble and a best actress win for Julia Louis-Dreyfus.



HBO’s “Big Little Lies” picked up best actor in a miniseries wins for both Alexander Skarsgard and Nicole Kidman.

“I’m so grateful today that our careers can go beyond 40 years old,” Kidman said in her acceptance speech. “We are potent and powerful and viable. I just beg that the industry stays behind us because our stories are finally being told.”

“The Crown’s” Claire Foy won best female actor in a drama series for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II.

Lifetime achievement award recipient Morgan Freeman kept his remarks brief after a moving highlight reel of his expansive career and an introduction by Rita Moreno. The Oscar-winner for “Million Dollar Baby” and four-time nominee has over 80 films to his name.

“I’m gonna tell you what’s wrong with this statue,” he said as he wrapped up. “From the back it works, from the front it’s gender specific. Maybe I started something.”

The day’s first awards went to “Game of Thrones” and “Wonder Woman,” which were honored for best stunt ensemble honors.

Producers say the female-forward approach was inspired by last year’s Women’s March, but the show arrived at a time when some of the industry’s biggest names are leading the Time’s Up and Me Too movements to address gender inequality, sexual misconduct, pay disparities and other issues.

The show comes two weeks after a black-dress protest at the Golden Globe Awards, and several stars including Meryl Streep, Emma Stone and Michelle Williams bringing activists to the show. The SAG red carpet saw the return of colorful frocks and far fewer Time’s Up pins — although some actors, like Kumail Nanjiani and Gina Rodriguez, were still sporting theirs.

E! host Giuliana Rancic asked “GLOW” actress Alison Brie about recent allegations of misconduct against her brother-in-law James Franco (Brie is married to actor Dave Franco.)

“I think that above all what we’ve always said is it remains vital that anyone who remains victimized should have the right to speak out and come forward,” Brie said, adding that in the case of Franco, “Not everything that has come forward is fully accurate.”

Franco has also called some of the accusations inaccurate, but after two days of facing questions about the claims on late-night television, “The Disaster Artist” star has kept a lower profile, although he was in attendance at the SAG Awards. He did not attend last week’s Critics’ Choice Awards.

The Globes were the first major awards show forced to confront the sexual misconduct scandal since it exploded in October with dozens of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of harassment and in some instances, rape. (Weinstein has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.)

Weinstein accusers Marisa Tomei and Rosanna Arquette used some of their time presenting an award Sunday to name some of the “silence breakers” in the movement including Asia Argento, Annabella Sciorra, Ashley Judd, Daryl Hannah, Mira Sorvino, Anthony Rapp and Olivia Munn.

“So many powerful voices are no longer silenced by the fear of retaliation,” Arquette said. “We can control our own destiny.”

The SAG Awards are a reliable predictor of the winner for the best actor and actress Academy Awards; this year’s show comes two days before Oscar nominations are announced.

While “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” now has the Golden Globe and SAG win to its name, it lost out to Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy romance “The Shape of Water” at the Producers Guild Awards Saturday night, which is often the most accurate gage of what will ultimately win best picture at the Academy Awards on March 4.


AP Entertainment Reporters Sandy Cohen, Amanda Lee Myers and Mike Cidoni Lennox contributed from Los Angeles.






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Cynthia Erivo Previews The Holiday Season At Fall Gala

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Tony Award winning actress Cynthia Erivo arrived at the American Ballet Theater Fall Gala looking absolutely stunning. The Color Purple star wore a Fall/Winter 2017 Zac Posen dress to attend the function. Talk about standing out! The mermaid cut and tiered ‘mermaid tail’ of the dress adds a necessary drama to make this an entrance gown.

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The Zac Posen dress has an off the shoulder cape sleeve biased cut neckline showing off Cynthia’s poppin’ collar bone, strong arms, and sexy shoulders.

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She wore her hair in a platinum blonde cropped cut and a bold orange-red lipstick (get a similar one from Ardell Beauty in Sizzling Sunset for $ 9.99 from Sally Beauty). This matte lipstick doesn’t dry out your lips and stays on all night long!

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This dress was a fabulous look on Cynthia and is easily duplicated for a holiday event with a fabulous red dress and a red matte lipstick. Try it out!

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Aaron Watson Talks Nashville Rejection, Previews Texas Hurricane Benefit

Aaron Watson will headline a night of Texas music Wednesday night at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The Lone Star State singer, whose latest album is the vibrant Vaquero, has transformed the show into a benefit for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Mickey Guyton, Jim Collins, Leslie Satcher and Jon Wolfe will all join Watson for the event.

“We’ve been doing that with a lot of shows, and

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New ‘Parks And Rec’ Teaser Previews A Futuristic Final Season

Coming to you from the future, 2017, the new teaser for the final season of “Parks and Recreation” gives us a few hints about what’s ahead for our best friends in Pawnee. The 30-second clip, which debuted on, shows a time where drones fly over Leslie and Ben’s house, April plays with a hologram tablet (we think), Andy has his own TV show and Jerry — we mean Gary — goes by Terry.

The seventh and last season of “Parks and Rec” returns to NBC on Jan. 13 and will roll out two episodes a week until the one-hour series finale on Feb. 24.

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