Korea Box Office: New Restrictions Loom, Ghostbusters: Afterlife Fails to Scare

“Ghostbusters: Afterlife” crept into the background at the South Korean box office over the weekend, as the top three films remained unchanged. Nationwide aggregate revenue was a lowly $5.06 million as audiences avoided cinemas ahead of new health restrictions. Cinemas, along with bars, restaurants, gyms and museums, are among the high-risk places affected by a new tightening of health measures […]

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Cruise ship with COVID-19 infections arrives in New Orleans

Infectious disease expert: Lawmakers panicked at omicron onset Dr. Amesh Adalja reveals the best protections for the new COVID strain on ‘FOX Business Tonight.’ A Norwegian Cruise Line ship with at least 10 passengers and crew members infected with COVID-19 docked Sunday in New Orleans, where health officials said they were trying to disembark people without worsening the spread of […]

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'Stranger Things' Season 4: Fans Think 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' Inspired a Lot of the Upcoming Season

Stranger Things Season 4 premieres in the summer of 2022, so folks have a few more months to wait until we catch up with our favorite residents of Hawkins, Indiana. In the meantime, however, the cast has dropped various clues in different interviews about what fans can expect. Showrunners Matt and Ross Duffer are known for keeping details about future seasons […]

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Lidia Bastianich's Skillet Lasagna Is 'the Dish to Make When You're Craving Lasagna on a Weeknight'

PBS culinary star Lidia Bastianich has the recipe you need when you’re wanting a homey, hits-the-spot lasagna … on a weeknight. No casserole pans needed here. Bastianich’s new cookbook is about making food enjoyable — and easy As the Lidia’s Kitchen host says in her latest cookbook’s introduction, “Sometimes, you just want to cook something that doesn’t leave you with […]

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Deaf Collaborators Helped Shape And Specify CODA Director Siân Heder’s Vision Contenders New York

For her film CODA, filmmaker Siân Heder found that delving deep into the cultural differences between the deaf and hearing communities to be wildly informative in creating a fresh cinematic experience. “I was very excited kind of by the specificity and yet the universality of the story,” Heder said during the Apple Original Films panel Saturday at Deadline’s Contenders Film: […]

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Inside Audrey Hepburn's NYC townhouse from Breakfast at Tiffany's featuring a wine cellar, library, and greenhouse

AUDREY Hepburn fans who want to live out their Holly Golightly fantasies can now rent the New York City townhouse from movie classic, Breakfast at Tiffany's. The Manhattan brownstone – properly named The Hepburn – on the Upper East Side is available to stay in thanks to the luxury holiday rental subscription firm, Inspirato. The property, which is located just […]

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Stop sharing your real phone number with everyone

How to rid your home of privacy-invading technology Kurt ‘CyberGuy’ Knutsson reports on the hidden spy devices in your home on National Day of Unplugging. How many people and companies have your phone number, if you had to guess? Maybe a hundred? Think again. Want to be shocked? Your cellphone and landline number (if you still have one) are probably […]

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Alec Baldwin’s ‘Rust’ interview called ‘a calculated public relations move’ — and one ‘that may backfire’

Alec Baldwin gave his first TV interview since the Rust shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. In it, he claimed he didn't pull the trigger — detailing how the gun went off as he practiced drawing it and cocking the hammer while Hutchins directed him on where to point it. Legal experts are calling Baldwin's interview, amid a pending criminal […]

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