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Chris Pratt can go from the famous Chrises, according to Twitter
Twitter has decided that, if given a choice, it chooses to cancel Chris Pratt.

'The Voice' returns tonight with a virtual audience and an audition to inspire your soul
"The Voice" returns tonight for its season 19 premiere with an episode that will be unlike any other.

Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy spark 'Hocus Pocus' hysteria with reunion pic
This might be the best thing that's happened to Halloween.

Sacha Baron Cohen explains how he crashed Pence speech dressed as Trump
Actor Sacha Baron Cohen says he has "had a longstanding distaste for the president," but that didn't stop him from impersonating him.

'Brokeback Mountain' set for virtual reading with all-transgender cast
Fifteen years after "Brokeback Mountain" was released, the screenplay is set for a virtual remake with an all-transgender cast.

'SNL' mocks the Trump and Biden town halls
"Saturday Night Live" covered both Donald Trump's and Joe Biden's competing town halls like many viewers, by flipping back and forth between the two.

'Supermaket Sweep' hopes to get you swept into the fun
A little more than seven months ago, I stood in a line at my local Vons supermarket with a rack of frozen ribs and a frozen turkey in my cart. I've never cooked ribs before and the calendar was closer to Valentine's Day than Thanksgiving, but I didn't know when I'd get another opportunity to buy some meat.

Justin Bieber gives an emotional performance on 'SNL' with Chance the Rapper
Justin Bieber laid it all out during his performance of "Holy" with Chance the Rapper on "Saturday Night Live."

Color-blind casting still doesn't get a pass
History has a way of repeating itself.

Kanye West responds to Issa Rae's 'SNL' joke: 'I'm praying for her'
Kanye West is speaking out after being mentioned in Issa Rae's "Saturday Night Live" skit.

Ariana Grande announces new album and then teases fans with cryptic Instagram video
Ariana Grande fans hoping for a new album got their wish.

Christopher Cross says Covid-19 paralyzed him
Singer Christopher Cross is opening up about how the coronavirus nearly cost him his life.

Netflix reveals two new cast members for 'You' season 3
Two new cast members, Shalita Grant and Travis VanWinkle, will be joining season three of "You," Netflix has announced.

Justin Bieber's 'Lonely' shows the dark side of childhood stardom
What if you had it all but nobody to call?

Timothée Chalamet was 'embarrassed' by make-out photos with Lily-Rose Depp
Timothée Chalamet likes to keep his personal life private, but he has opened up about one famous photo.

'The Trial of the Chicago 7' is a jolt of timeliness
"The Trial of the Chicago 7" feels timely in an at-times jolting way, with images of chaos in the streets and angry crowds chanting "The whole world is watching." At its core, though, writer-director Aaron Sorkin takes the "trial" part to heart, leading to a largely courtroom-bound affair that -- while entertaining and splendidly cast -- at its best echoes his early triumph with "A Few Good Men."

'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky' shines brightest when it humanizes the K-pop group
"Blackpink: Light Up the Sky" not surprisingly contains its share of material simply aimed at the K-pop group's fans, affectionately known as "Blinks." Yet there is a deeper undercurrent to this Netflix documentary about the sacrifices and stresses placed on these young women, reminiscent of the training regimens that Olympic athletes face in pursuit of gold and glory.

'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special
"The West Wing" enlisted a lot of big names to augment its reunion special on behalf of When We All Vote, but nothing really matched the kick of seeing the old band back together again, as Bradley Whitford put it during the introduction.

John Legend posts touching tribute to Chrissy Teigen
John Legend has spoken of his love and admiration for his wife, Chrissy Teigen, following the loss of their baby earlier this month after pregnancy complications.

The Flaming Lips performed a concert encased in bubbles
It's unclear whether The Flaming Lips are using jelly -- or vaseline, for that matter -- at their concerts these days. The rock band is, however, trying plastic bubbles.

Liam Neeson doesn't steal much more than your time in 'Honest Thief'
By the standards of Liam Neeson thrillers (and there are a lot from which to choose), "Honest Thief" is pretty weak tea, a passable, low-octane action movie that doesn't do much more than steal one's time. Like second-tier John Wayne westerns, Neeson offers enough of what his fans want, but a thin script and stilted dialogue make the battle harder than usual.

See who's nominated for a Tony Award
Broadway may be dark for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the show will go on for the Tony Awards.

Nicki Minaj reveals gender of her newborn baby
Congratulations have been pouring in following the birth of Nicki Minaj's first child, and she used the love to share some news.

Creative leaders call on Hollywood to improve Latinx representation
Some powerful Latinx voices in entertainment have put their support behind an open letter to Hollywood peers and gate keepers in hopes of addressing the shortcomings in the industry's efforts to improve diversity.

'Totally Under Control' dissects failures in the US coronavirus response
"Totally Under Control" is, in some ways, a greatest-hits collection of Trump administration failures and missteps pertaining to Covid-19, but with an extraordinarily timely kicker in the president's own diagnosis. Director Alex Gibney and his collaborators also earn degree-of-difficulty points for having assembled this documentary during the pandemic, designing a remotely operated "Covid-cam" to safely record interviews.

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'Connecting...' connects sharp writing with the latest socially distant comedy
"Connecting..." is just one of several post-coronavirus shows shot employing a Zoom-style, virtual format, focusing on a group of friends -- diverse even by TV-sitcom standards -- navigating the early days of quarantine measures. Yet it turns out to be smartly written, funny and occasionally touching, capturing the need for connection amid the struggles unique to this period.

'Batman: Death in the Family' lets viewers decide Robin's interactive fate
Interactivity has become a bit of an overused gimmick, including "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" to "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix. Still, such stunts are only as good as their execution, and the Warner Bros. Animation delivers with "Batman: Death in the Family," which, with the Robert Pattinson movie delayed, might be the only version of Batman fans see for a while.

Drew Barrymore has nothing to hide as she launches her new talk show
If there's a silver lining to decades of being tabloid fodder that Drew Barrymore is reveling in as she prepares to launch her own talk show, it's that she has nothing to hide.

'The War With Grandpa' showcases Robert De Niro in a light family comedy
If "The War With Grandpa" sounds like the argument that you're dreading over Thanksgiving dinner, happily, it's not. Instead, this slightly naughty family comedy gets a mild lift from its casting, starting with Robert De Niro as the aforementioned grandpa, who has the audacity to move into his 12-year-old grandson's room.