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Tuesday, July 10,2012

Def Jam: Early release of Frank Ocean's 'Channel Orange' part of original marketing plan

Not only did sudden headline-maker Frank Ocean make his television debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, but there was also a surprise announcement: the hotly anticipated Channel Orange would be streaming online for the next 24 hours on Ocean’s Tumblr, as well as for sale on iTunes. The album, which fans thought wouldn’t be available until next Tuesday, became the No. 1 album on iTunes within the hour.
Tuesday, July 10,2012

Run-D.M.C. to Reunite at Fun Fun Fun Fest

Hip-hop trailblazers Run-D.M.C. are set to reunite for a performance at this year's Fun Fun Fun Fest, which runs from November 2nd to the 4th in Austin, Texas. The two surviving members, Joseph "Run" Simmons and Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels, will headline the main stage.
Monday, July 9,2012

Oscar Winner Ernest Borgnine Dies at 95

Ernest Borgnine, the dependable Academy Award-winning actor who made a career out of playing working stiffs and the heavy through a sturdy six decades of work in films, television and Broadway, has died. He was 95.
Monday, July 9,2012

'Amazing Spider-Man' Pulls $140 Million in Six Days

The Amazing Spider-Man, the reboot of the comic book franchise starring Andrew Garfield in the title role plus real-life love Emma Stone, ruled the box office weekend with an estimated gross of $65 million, EW.com reports. Since its July 4 release, the $220 million action-adventure has made $140 million in the U.S.; worldwide, it has made $341.2 million so far.
Friday, July 6,2012

Brad Pitt's Mother Pens Anti-Gay, Anti-Obama Letter to Local Newspaper

An anti-gay letter urging Christians to vote for Mitt Romney that was printed today in The Springfield News-Leader has been confirmed by the newspaper as having been penned by Jane Pitt, mother of Brad Pitt.
Friday, July 6,2012

Rihanna sues, claims accountants cost her tens of millions

Rihanna sued her former accountants Thursday, blaming them for tens of millions of dollars in losses, shoddy bookkeeping, a failure to recommend she trim expenses when a 2009 tour was losing money and an ongoing audit by the Internal Revenue Service. The lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan sought unspecified damages against New York-based Berdon LLP and two accountants. A Berdon spokeswoman said the company had no immediate comment.
Thursday, July 5,2012

Katie Holmes 'Biggest Nightmare' in Scientology History, Say Experts

In filing for divorce from Tom Cruise -- and apparently blindsiding him -- amid indications she doesn’t want her daughter raised a Scientologist and is seeking sole custody, Katie Holmes has made it clear that she is taking a very different tack from Nicole Kidman, who split up with Cruise in 2001.
Tuesday, July 3,2012

Gwen Stefani to Host Fundraiser with Michelle Obama

If ever there was an organization whose creativity matched Hollywood’s, it’s the Obama re-election campaign. And just to prove it, Michelle Obama is teaming up with singer/fashion designer Gwen Stefani for a novel "Family Day" fundraiser.
Tuesday, July 3,2012

Andre 3000 Covers Beatles, Muddy Waters Songs for Jimi Hendrix Biopic

All Is By My Side – the Jimi Hendrix biopic currently being shot in Ireland, starring Outkast's Andre Benjamin (a.k.a. Andre 3000) – will feature new recordings of Benjamin covering the Beatles, Muddy Waters and more, producers tell Rolling Stone. The film will not, however, include any songs written by Hendrix, the rights to which are controlled by the late guitarist's estate.
Tuesday, July 3,2012

Andy Griffith, America's favorite sheriff, dies at 86

Television icon Andy Griffith, best known as the sage town sheriff in the ’60s sitcom The Andy Griffith Show and as a cantankerous defense attorney on 1980s-’90s drama Matlock, died today in Roanoke Island, N.C. He was 86 years old. Friend and former University of North Carolina president Bill Friday confirmed the news to WITN News, an NBC affiliate in Washington, N.C.
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