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ABC(LOS ANGELES) — Actress Rumer Willis had a perfect night on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars Monday.  The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore received perfect scores from the judges for two performances.

The first performance required the six remaining celebrities and their pro partners to perform a dance style voted on by the viewers.

Each pair also teamed up with an eliminated pro or troupe member for a trio dance highlighting the jive, paso doble, samba or salsa.

No one was eliminated Monday. There will be a double elimination on a special Tuesday night “results” show.

Here’s a rundown of Monday’s performances:


Noah Galloway: The U.S. Army veteran and double-amputee’s tango drew praise from the judges, even as they acknowledged that he couldn’t perform the tango exactly as required because of his missing arm and leg. Len Goodman said he liked the performance, overall, but would have preferred to see more intensity between Galloway and pro partner Sharna Burgess. Julianne Hough agreed with Goodman about Galloway’s restrictions but said she appreciated his speed. Carrie Ann Inaba was impressed with the innovation of the routine. “It was very elegant,” she said, adding: “It was a bit blocky. I know it’s very hard to avoid that...” Bruno Tonioli liked the performance. “You even managed to maintain the frame. How you did that I have no idea...That was good!” Galloway earned three 8s and a 7, for a total of 31 out of a possible 40 points.

Chris Soules: The Bachelor star’s contemporary routine with Witney Carson drew unanimous praise from the judges. “Well, you guys are just pulling out stops at exactly the right time,” exclaimed Hough, who said Soules wins “the award for most improved this season.” Tonioli said he liked the “new, different shades of Chris,” calling his performance emotive and “tastefully sexy.” He did caution Soules to think more about using his entire body when he was performing this dance style. Inaba cheered, telling Soules it was “by far, your best dance.” Goodman agreed, adding: “Well done.” Soules earned two 9s and two 8s, for a total of 34 points.

Riker Lynch: The R5 band member’s powerful Viennese Waltz with Allison Holker drew high praise from the judges. “You were like a raging torrent of emotions. Wow! What intensity and yet such control of execution,” Tonioli said. Goodman said “it was big, it was bold, it was full on and yet you still kept clarity of movement.” Goodman drew boos from the audience when he said he would have liked to see more dancing in hold. Hough was impressed. “For me, that was your best dance.” Inaba had one comment: “The question tonight is, are you semi-final worthy? For me, hell yeah!” Lynch earned three 10s and a 9, for a total of 39 points.

Robert Herjavec:
The Shark Tank star’s contemporary routine was a big hit with judges, especially since Herjavec and his pro partner Kym Johnson delivered a fan-requested kiss during the routine. “You didn’t need a wind machine up there; you‘ve got a big fan in me and that was well done!” a smiling Goodman said. Hough and Inaba said they believed Herjavec “upped” his game. “The way that you two danced was magic...,” Hough added. Tonioli, with his trademark animated enthusiasm, added: “It was like watching a deodorant commercial. ‘Use me; you get the girl!’” he said, adding that his comment was “a good thing.” Herjavec earned three 8s and a 9, for a total of 33 points.

Nastia Liukin:
With her pro partner, Derek Hough, still not fully healed from his injury, Liukin again danced with Sasha Farber with Hough playing a cameo role. The Olympian’s paso doble drew mixed reviews from the judges. Goodman liked the passion of the routine but said he wanted to see more recognizable paso content. Hough said she believed the pair was out of sync in a couple of spots, but felt the routine was fun to watch. Tonioli agreed that the performance was “amazing,” but told Liukin sometimes getting too much into a character could result in a loss of artistry. Inaba said the pair’s partnership “wasn’t so smooth” but she appreciated Liukin’s performance. Liukin earned four 9s, for a total of 36 points.

Rumer Willis: Coming off a disappointing turn last week, the actress’ rumba with Valentin Chmerkovskiy earned her a standing ovation from the ballroom audience and rave reviews from all four judges. “That was your best dance that I think you’ve done...that was bold,” Hough said. Tonioli called it a pitch perfect, refined, high class rumba.” Inaba called it “sheer perfection,” and Goodman, too, had high praise: “There’s no perhaps about it. It’s great,” he said. Willis earned four 10s, for 40 points and the first perfect score of the season.

The Trio Routines:


Noah Galloway, Sharna Burgess and Emma Slater: The judges appreciated their salsa routine, Goodman called it fun and in keeping with the character of the dance. Hough called it “hot, hot, hot,” adding: “If anybody can handle those two girls, it’s you.” Tonioli called the “armography” clever, adding: “You girls really worked that out.” Tonioli was so excited that he fell off his chair, but got up laughing it off. Added Inaba: “OK, so two girls, one arm. Probably impossible for most people but not for you, Mr. Noah...You make everything possible, you make it fun.” She expressed regret at not being able to change her score. Galloway earned four 8s, for a total of 32 points and a night’s grand total of 63 points out of a possible 80.

Chris Soules, Witney Carson and Lindsay Arnold: Their trio paso doble didn’t impress the judges. Hough said The Bachelor star had more room to improve and said his butt was “going in the wrong direction.” Tonioli appreciated Soules’ commitment to the routine but said he needed to keep his posture. “Spanish lines, very important...,” he advised. Inaba, too, found flaws. “The sad truth for me is...this is about how you stand out within the two girls. I really honestly felt that they overwhelmed you, which surprised me because you’re ‘the bachelor,’” she said, adding that the performance was off-timing and “clompy.” Goodman said Soules got so wrapped up in remembering the steps he forgot to inject the required flair of the routine. “It was okay but not great,” he said. Soules earned two 7s and two 8s, for a total of 30 and night’s grand total of 64.

Riker Lynch, Allison Holker and Brittany Cherry: Lynch’s upbeat jazz routine brought the ballroom audience to its feet, and the judges loved it. Inaba seemed thrilled. “Eighteen snaps! Get it! Get it! Get it! You hammered, hammered that number,” she said. Goodman declared it happy hour on Dancing with the Stars, saying the judges and Lynch and his partners were all happy with the routine. Hough added: “Now that was a jazz routine...the thing that I love the most is you were leading the routine.” Tonioli called the performance “a mover and shaker.” Lynch earned three 10s and a 9, for a total of 39 points and a night’s grand total of 78.

Robert Herjavec, Kym Johnson and Jenna Johnson: The judges noticed that Herjavec had some missteps in his samba, but they appreciated his style. “You handled those two women beautifully,” Inaba said. Hough added: “It was a bit messy, but you look sharp...” Tonioli said “the samba time was a bit of a shamble, but the style was there.” Goodman was his customary blunt self. Pointing out that it was difficult to do two dances in one night, he nevertheless added: “Unfortunately it’s not do one, get one free and this was a little bit on the messy side.” Herjavec earned two 7s and two 8s, for a total of 29 and a night’s grand total of 62.

Nastia Liukin, Derek Hough and Sasha Farber:
Dancing the slower parts with Derek Hough, her injured partner, and the faster parts with Farber, Liukin’s jive found high favor with the judges. It even brought Goodman to his feet. “That was fantastic,” he said. His comment led Liukin’s injured partner to gingerly make his way up to the judges’ bench to give Goodman a hug. Tonioli called the routine “total genius,” and Julianne Hough, Derek’s sister, called it “the most creative trio I have ever seen.” Inaba said she was baffled “because it was beyond brilliant.” The routine earned Liukin a perfect 40 points. Her grand total for the night was 76.

Rumer Willis, Valentin Chmerkovskiy and Artem Chigvintsev: Willis’ triple paso doble earned her a second perfect score of the night. “You’ve been great from day one but tonight you were superior,” Inaba told the actress. Goodman said Willis was brilliant. Her grand total for the night was a total 80 points.

Monday night’s scores (Individual Routine, Trio Dance. Grand Total):

  • Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy: 40; 40 Total: 80
  • Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: 39; 39. Total: 78
  • Nastia Liukin and Sasha Farber: 36; 40. Total: 76
  • Chris Soules and Witney Carson: 34; 30. Total: 64
  • Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess: 31; 32. Total: 63
  • Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson: 33; 29. Total: 62

Dancing with the Stars returns Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

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Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — President Obama was in New York City Monday, but the real excitement in town was for the huge number of A-list stars who attended the 2015 Costume Institute Gala, an annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.

The list of Hollywood stars at the Met event included George Clooney and his wife, Amal, Sofia Vergara with fiance Joe Manganiello, Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs, Jennifer Lawrence, Kerry Washington, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chloe Sevigny, Reese Witherspoon, Emily Blunt, Anne Hathaway, Katie Holmes, Sienna Miller and Neil Patrick Harris.

If they handed out prizes for best headdress, Parker would have won easily. Her red Philip Treacy headpiece was compared online to everything from a flame emoji to the Heat Miser from A Year Without Santa Claus to Aladdin baddie Jafar.

The music world was well represented at the gala by Beyoncé and Jay Z, Madonna, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Cher and Rihanna, who had the dress of the night. She wore a canary yellow Guo Pei fur-lined dress that featured gold embroidery and a super long train that was measured in yards. Rih Rih said it took two years to make by hand.

Yes, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were there as well.

The inspiration for this year’s event was the Met's new exhibit, China: Through the Looking Glass.


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Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images(LONDON) -- J.K. Rowling wants to make amends for one Harry Potter character's death -- Fred Weasley.

Over the weekend, she tweeted, "Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred. *Bows head in acceptance of your reasonable ire*"

She added, "I thought I might apologise for one death per anniversary. Fred was the worst for me, so I started with him."

 

Today I would just like to say: I'm really sorry about Fred. *Bows head in acceptance of your reasonable ire*

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 2, 2015

 

 

.@Brieuc26Rankin I thought I might apologise for one death per anniversary. Fred was the worst for me, so I started with him.

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 2, 2015



Fred died towards the end of the series during the battle at Hogwarts.

What about Dobby?

Rowling also addressed a fan when they asked "what would you say to someone who has failed to find meaning and wants to finally give up?"

 

 

.@BrocaesarTV I would say: look at this. pic.twitter.com/2N0FUgh1On

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 4, 2015

 

 

.@BrocaesarTV And this. pic.twitter.com/YA2MRoGK7g

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 4, 2015

 

 

.@BrocaesarTV And even this. pic.twitter.com/Fpx6HYGRaz

— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 4, 2015

 

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John Fleenor/ABC(NEW YORK) -- Could this be the start of Carly Rae Jepsen’s television acting career?

The singer will guest star as herself on an episode of Castle.

In the episode titled “Dead From New York,” Rick Castle and Kate Beckett are called in to investigate the murder of the creator of a long-running sketch comedy show called "Saturday Night Tonight."

Jepsen, who made her Saturday Night Live debut last month, will appear as the musical guest on the Castle version of the show.

She’ll be singing her new song, “I Really Like You,” and also will have a couple of lines of dialogue during the episode.

“Did some serious acting on @Castle_ABC,” she tweeted late last week. “Ok, I had two lines, but still pretty stoked!”

In a preview clip from the episode, Castle, played by Nathan Fillion, tells the singer he’s a huge fan. “Thanks, that means a lot to me,” she responds.

Before he can gush anymore, Jepsen, 29, is called on stage to perform.

The episode, which also will feature Jaleel White as the star of "Saturday Night Tonight," airs Monday night on ABC.

 

Did some serious acting on @Castle_ABC. Ok, I had two lines, but still pretty stoked! https://t.co/4tXdLXPZ2O

— Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) April 30, 2015

 

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Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Get ready for the scariest-looking bunch of superheroes ever.

Director David Ayer has posted a first look at the cast of the much-anticipated film Suicide Squad, dressed in character.

"Task Force X assembled and ready," Ayer wrote on Twitter Sunday.

 

Task Force X assembled and ready. #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/fEV7E1aPsm

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) May 3, 2015



There's Will Smith, as Deadshot, with shaved head, goatee and a very large gun.

 

Ayer also posted a separate photo of Smith, showing off his machinery.

 

Deadshot #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/HEF0jFeMsO

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) May 4, 2015

 

Meanwhile in the group photo, Smith's Focus co-star Margot Robbie, who plays Harley Quinn, looks like a scary goth cheerleader with blue streaks in her hair, while model Cara Delevingne appears dark and mysterious as Enchantress.

"This will be magic," Delevinge wrote on Instagram, where she posted the cast photo.

Missing in the photo were Jared Leto as the Joker and Viola Davis, who will play Amanda Waller, the government agent who manages this squad of villains-turned=heroes.

Ayer tweeted an earlier preview of Leto in character, and he's definitely no joke.

 

The Suicide Squad wishes you a Happy Anniversary Mr. J! #Joker75 #SuicideSquad @WarnerBrosEnt @DCComics pic.twitter.com/LZXz0x947Q

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) April 25, 2015



Suicide Squad, based on the DC comic, began production in Toronto last month and is currently scheduled for release in August 2016.

 

 

Cast read through today! #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/yajjcB5aEb

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) April 9, 2015

 

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Araya Diaz/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- When Bruce Jenner told ABC News' Diane Sawyer last month that he’s transgender, he said that his family had been supportive.

However, it was tough for his ex-wife, Kris Jenner, to digest the information at first.

In a trailer for a special two-part episode of E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians to air later this month, she is seen crying to her daughter, Kim Kardashian.

"I have these memories of this life and I feel sometimes like it didn’t exist,” Kris Jenner said through tears.

The former Olympian and Kris Jenner were married in 1991 and announced their split in 2013. Together they have two daughters, Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 17.

Kardashian, 34, tried to make her mother see things from Bruce Jenner’s point of view.

“He has to deal with this for his entire life of waking up and feeling like, 'Woah! This isn’t my body. This doesn’t feel comfortable,’” she told her mother. “That’s the only way I can kind of imagine it. And you really have to, like, let go."

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HBO(LOS ANGELES) -- WARNING: Spoilers ahead!

Fans who read and did not read the books were both surprised Sunday night on Game of Thrones when Ser Barristan the Bold was killed off. Barristan -- who is the advisor to the mother of dragons, Daenerys Targaryen -- is still alive in all the books, so everyone was caught off guard.

The actor who played the character, Ian McElhinney, spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his demise.

"The totality of it didn’t really hit me until once it was over, and then I was surprised how emotional I felt. The guys were lovely; they gave me a really nice gift. I got a little bit tearful. It’s been great fun," he told the magazine.

In fact, McElhinney admitted he read the books, too.

"So I thought this season I was going to have more to do, and I was really looking forward to that," he added.

"And then I got my dates from my agent and I thought, ‘That doesn’t tally.’ Because there was no way if they were sticking to the books that I should be in for that number of weeks. It seemed to me they must be writing me out. So I had a word with the line producer and said, 'Can you corroborate that they’re writing me out?' Then the [showrunners] rang me and told me, ‘Your time is up in this series.’ So perhaps I took them by surprise that I knew," he said.

McElhinney was happy that he went out fighting.

"He had to be seen fighting. He’s been talked about as the greatest knight that ever was, so he’s got to fight. So it’s great that he does," he added.

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ABC(NEW YORK) -- Reese Witherspoon is back on the big screen in the comedy Hot Pursuit, playing a police officer who must escort a witness, played by Sofia Vergara, to a federal trial. Although Vergara is difficult onscreen, Witherspoon said off-screen, she was a delight to work with.

"I was such a huge fan of her on Modern Family and when I got to actually sit with her and we started talking about what kind of movie we want to make together, I was just so charmed by her," said Witherspoon on Monday's Good Morning America. "She's just as lovely in person as she seems on TV."

In the film, the two travel from San Antonio to Dallas, and things get a bit rough along the way.

"Oh my gosh. We had fight scenes. And yeah, she would throw me around the room and I ended up in the emergency room one night," Witherspoon admitted. "They were just like, 'Did somebody shake you really hard because...?' I said, 'Yes! Sofia Vergara.'"

Witherspoon not only starred in Hot Pursuit: it's also the third film, following Gone Girl and Wild, produced by her production company, Pacific Standard. Witherspoon said she's trying to make more female-oriented movies that portray women positively.

"I have a daughter, who's almost 16, and it's so important to me that she sees herself onscreen," said Witherspoon, "and there's little girls out there like her that want to see themselves."

Hot Pursuit is in theaters Friday.

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ABC(LOS ANGELES) — The fans will have their voices heard on Monday night's edition of Dancing with the Stars.

The six remaining couples will perform a dance style voted on by the viewers.

Each pair will also team up with an eliminated pro or troupe member for a trio dance highlighting the jive, paso doble, samba or salsa.

Noah Galloway is looking forward to the trio dance because it means he will not only perform with his usual partner, Sharna Burgess, but also with Emma Slater. He jokes to ABC Radio, "That's not a horrible thing."

Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec and his partner, Kym Johnson, enter the night tied for last place, following their Argentine tango last week. He's not panicking, though -- he says, "I think you just gotta do the best you can and hope the scores are there...and that the fans keep you there."

Dancing with the Stars
airs Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time on ABC. A special results show, featuring a double elimination, will follow the next night at 8 p.m. ET.

Here's a rundown of the trio groups:

  • Noah Galloway, Sharna Burgess and Emma Slater
  • Robert Herjavec, Kym Johnson and Jenna Johnson
  • Nastia Liukin, Derek Hough and Sasha Farber
  • Riker Lynch, Allison Holker and Brittany Cherry
  • Chris Soules, Witney Carson and Lindsay Arnold
  • Rumer Willis, Valentin Chmerkovskiy and Artem Chigvintsev

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Win McNamee/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Madonna may be having second thoughts about that onstage kiss she shared with Drake at last month's Coachella Music Festival.

During an online question and answer session on Saturday, the 56-year-old singer was asked if Drake, 28, was a good kisser.

"You asked the million dollar question...I kissed a girl, and I liked it," Madonna responded.

When another fan asked what advice Madonna would give her younger self, knowing what she knows now, the singer replied, "Don't kiss Drake, no matter how many times he begs you to."

After the kiss, which took place while Drake was seated onstage, he responded by leaning forward and covering his mouth.

"Don't misinterpret my shock!! he explained in an Instagram post the next day. "I got to make out with the queen Madonna and I feel [100] about that forever. Thank you @Madonna."

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods have split.

The skier and the golfer's decision to end their "nearly three years together" was mutual, Vonn said on social media Sunday, citing their "hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart."

Vonn wrote on Facebook: "After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship. I will always cherish the memories that we've created together. Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart. I will always admire and respect Tiger. He and his beautiful family will always hold a special place in my heart."

The pro athletes also used Facebook to announce the start of their relationship.

In March 2013, Vonn wrote: "I guess it wasn't a well-kept secret but yes, I am dating Tiger Woods. Our relationship evolved from a friendship into something more over these past few months and it has made me very happy."

Woods posted at the time: "Lindsey and I have been friends for some time, but over the last few months we have become very close and are now dating. We thank you for your support and for respecting our privacy. We want to continue our relationship, privately, as an ordinary couple and continue to compete as athletes."

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Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Chad L. Coleman, who plays Tyreese on The Walking Dead and also portrayed Cutty on The Wire, has apologized for a profanity-laced rant on a New York City subway on Friday that was caught on video and posted to YouTube.

"Where are my humanitarians?" Coleman screams in the video, before announcing, "Yes, I'm Chad L. Coleman. I'm on The Wire and The Walking Dead."

"And when you record what I said," he continues, "tell me what the f**king you exposed. Nothing but the truth."

Coleman explains to TMZ he had a lot of "built up frustration" as a result of the death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray, who died of severe spinal injuries after being in police custody.

The actor says he lost it when a man on the train used the "n" word in referring to him.  The guy's friend said she recognized Coleman, and he responded by saying, "No, we don't know that n****r."

Coleman insists to TMZ that he was not drunk during the rant, but admits he's not proud he couldn't control his emotions.

He told the gossip website he wanted to apologize to the cast of The Walking Dead and his family.

The Walking Dead recently wrapped up its fifth season on AMC.

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Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Monday is May 4th, and thanks to a punny 1979 London Evening News headline and a legion of die-hard fans, it's known the world over as "Star Wars Day."

The headline about the election of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher -- "May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. Congratulations" -- inspired a grassroots movement for Star Wars junkies to celebrate George Lucas' galaxy far, far away.  

The first such organized May the 4th celebration took place in Toronto, Canada in 2011, but thanks to December's release of J.J. Abrams-directed Star Wars: The Force Awakens that debuted at last month's Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, fandom is at a fever pitch this May 4.

Many of the new movie's returning favorites, including Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Peter Mayhew, and Anthony Daniels -- better known as Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, and C-3PO -- joined Abrams and producer and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy at the confab.

"You guys grew up with us, so, so it's an amazing thing to a part of so many people's childhoods -- and to be a toy at the same time," Fisher said to laughs. "So thank you for playing with me when I'm plastic."

Hamill called the fans more "family" than anything else, for keeping the faith all these years. He also joked how he once hoped the original blockbuster might out-gross Planet of the Apes. That it did, in spades.

Abrams said he'll never forget seeing the Star Wars titles slam onto the screen for the first time, commenting it was the "first time a movie made me laugh that way, and made me believe in another world that way," and explained, "it was really George Lucas' brilliance not only creating these incredible characters and this amazing universe, but also that it, it, it had just heart, and the biggest thing for me is it had such hope."

Kennedy explained there's a "generational" appeal of the saga that is so important to the filmmakers behind the new trilogy and other Star Wars projects. She mentioned, "everybody has a Star Wars story."

At Celebration Anaheim, they were also joined by some of the series' new stars, including John Boyega and Daisy Ridley -- who now can also be seen in a Vanity Fair cover story about the film, and in a photo spread shot by Annie Leibowitz, along with Harrison Ford, who was still recovering from his recent plane crash and unable to attend the expo.

Speaking of the photoshoot, an accompanying video gives some never-before-seen peeks at the movie, especially of Adam Driver, unmasked in his black Sith robes, and Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o wearing a motion-capture suit, meaning she could be a partially computer-generated character.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens
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Jason Davis/Getty Images for the Muscular Dystrophy Association(CHICAGO) — A Labor Day television tradition is no more.

The Muscular Dystrophy Association has announced it is discontinuing its annual telethon, the origins of which trace back to the mid-1950s.

The telethon was mainly associated with Jerry Lewis, who hosted it for more than four decades and memorably sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" on the show. He was dropped as host by the MDA in 2011.

Steven M. Derks, MDA president and CEO, said in a post on the organization's website, "In its heyday, the MDA telethon sparked an era of giving and volunteerism across America inspired by courageous MDA families who became household heroes. ...While televisions and telephones are still in play today to engage supporters, cost-effective digital media are now the preferred channels of choice."

The telethon welcomed numerous celebrities through the years, from John Lennon and Michael Jackson to Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Lopez. ABC aired a shortened, two-hour version of the telethon the past two years.

The MDA says the telethon raised a total of more than two billion dollars in donations.

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The Walt Disney Company/Marvel Comics(NEW YORK) -- With a super performance at the box office this weekend, the latest movie in the Marvel Universe annihilated the competition.

Avengers: Age of Ultron, the second Avengers movie and the 11th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, brought in well over $100 million in its opening weekend, claiming the top spot easily.

Marvel plans at least 10 more films through 2019, including two more Avengers films, and at least one more movie each for Cap and Thor. After three Iron Man films and two movies each focused on Captain America and Thor, it's clear that moviegoers aren't tired of Marvel'ssuperhero gang.

Furious 7 slipped to third place, but brought its total gross to over $330 million.

Here are the top ten films of the weekend according to boxofficemojo.com:

1. Avengers: Age of Ultron: $187.656 million
2. The Age of Adaline: $6.25 million
3. Furious 7: $6.114 million
4. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2: $5.55 million
5. Home (2015): $3.3 million
6. Cinderella (2015): $2.357 million
7. Ex Machina: $2.231million
8. Unfriended: $1.988 million
9. The Longest Ride: $1.7 million
10. Woman in Gold: $1.681 million

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Commemorating the release of the 2015 Kisatchie National Forest quarter, the 27th coin to be released in the United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Program.

coin exchange begins immediately following the quarter launch event 

one-roll ($10) minimum * 10-roll ($100) maximum


Holi Fest 2015

Saturday May 16th

At Tamp & Grind

A 4K Walk, Jog, Run

To Benefit CASA

For More Info Click Here !



Alexandria Amphitheatre

Music Starts 11a

Admission Is Free!


 

 

 



CENLA BROADCASTING 

TICKETMASTER
1115 Texas Avenue
Alexandria, LA
9AM - 4PM 
MONDAY-FRIDAY.
PHONE 
318-445-1234

 

 


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New Orleans

Jazz & heritage

Festival

April 24th to May 3rd

New Orleans Fairgrounds

 

Chris Young

With

Scotty McCreery

May 16th

Kinder, LA

Coushatta Casino

 

Rush

May 22nd

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Tracy Byrd

June 6th

Marksville, LA

Paragon Casino

 

Grand Funk Railroad

June 20th

Vinton, LA

Delta Downs

 

Essence Festival 2015

New Orleans Superdome

July 2nd - 4th

 

Travis Tritt

July 10th

Lake Charles, LA

Golden Nuggett Casino

 

Whitesnake

August 8th

Marksville, LA

Paragon Casino

 

Gary Allan

August 21st

Kinder, LA

Coushatta Casino

 

Ariana Grande

October 9th

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Josh Groban

October 21st

New Orleans

Saenger Theater

 

 

 


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