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Ted Danson, Woody Harrelson, Jon Stewart to premiere new podcasts in early June

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NEW YORK (AP) — Some stars known for their work onscreen — Ted Danson, Woody Harrelson and Jon Stewart — are entering into the world of podcasts.

In new memoir, Tom Selleck looks back at the hard years that made him...

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NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Selleck starts his memoir in the middle of a car crash. He is 17 and in the passenger seat when he and two friends go airborne in his mom’s red Chevy Corvair, tumbling off Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. Everyone would be eventually fine, but it’s a harrowing moment and a unique way to kick off a look back.

Bob Ross’ legacy lives on in new ‘The Joy of Painting’ series

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A new generation can learn how to paint happy trees and to make happy accidents with a TV series teaching the Bob Ross -method of painting using some of the prolific artist’s work that have never been seen before.

Life after Florida Georgia Line: Brian Kelley ready to reintroduce himself with new solo...

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NEW YORK (AP) — Allow Brian Kelley to reintroduce himself.

Asteroids, Myst, Resident Evil, SimCity and Ultima inducted into World Video Game Hall of...

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — The World Video Game Hall of Fame inducted its 10th class of honorees Thursday, recognizing Asteroids, Myst, Resident Evil, SimCity and Ultima for their impacts on the video game industry and popular culture.

Book Review: Rachel Khong’s new novel ‘Real Americans’ explores race, class and cultural identity

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In 2017 Rachel Khong wrote a slender, darkly comic novel, “Goodbye, Vitamin,” that picked up a number of accolades and was optioned for a film. Now she has followed up her debut effort with a sweeping, multigenerational saga that is twice as long and very serious.

Movie Review: Bold, audacious ‘I Saw the TV Glow’ explores fandom, identity and the...

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The school gym. The football field bleachers. The multiplex, the fast food drive-thru, the quiet leaf-covered street where your friend lives.

Movie Review: In ‘The Idea of You,’ a boy band is center stage but...

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In the warmly charming rom-com “The Idea of You,” Anne Hathaway plays a 40-year-old divorcee and Silver Lake art gallery owner who, after taking her teenage daughter to Coachella, becomes romantically involved with a 24-year-old heartthrob in the boy band August Moon. They first meet after she mistakes his trailer for the bathroom.

With help from AI, Randy Travis got his voice back. Here’s how his first...

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With some help from artificial intelligence, country music star Randy Travis, celebrated for his timeless hits like “Forever and Ever, Amen” and “I Told You So,” has his voice back.

‘The Fall Guy’ gives Hollywood a muted summer kickoff with a $28.5M opening

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NEW YORK (AP) — “The Fall Guy,” the Ryan Gosling-led, action-comedy ode to stunt performers, opened below expectations with $28.5 million, according to studio estimates Sunday, providing a lukewarm start to a summer movie season that’s very much to be determined for Hollywood.