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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | May 26, 2016
Depp’s wife files for divorce
LOS ANGELES — Johnny Depp’s wife has filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences after 15 months of marriage.
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Arts & Ent. Features | May 24, 2016
‘Pawn Stars’ Chumlee takes deal to avoid jail
LAS VEGAS — One of the stars of the reality TV show “Pawn Stars” told a judge on Monday he’s taking a plea deal that would spare him jail time in a case stemming from the discovery of guns, marijuana and other drugs at his Las Vegas home.
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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | May 23, 2016
Madonna, Stevie Wonder honor Prince at awards show
Madonna paid homage to Prince by wearing his signature color and bringing another icon — Stevie Wonder — on stage to sing the classic “Purple Rain” at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.
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Arts & Ent. Features | May 23, 2016
‘Angry Birds’ edge ‘Capt. America’ at box office
LOS ANGELES — Captain America and Iron Man found their match at the weekend box office in a group of furious fowl.
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Arts & Ent. Features | May 21, 2016
Fans’ mementos removed at Prince’s home
MINNEAPOLIS — Volunteers on Friday began removing mementos lining the fence around the complex where Prince lived, worked and performed.
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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | May 21, 2016
‘Mr. Ed’ straight man Alan Young dies
LOS ANGELES — Actor-comedian Alan Young, who played the amiable straight man to a talking horse in the 1960s sitcom “Mister Ed,” has died, a spokeswoman for the Motion Picture and Television Home said Friday. He was 96.
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Arts & Ent. Features | May 21, 2016
CBS looks for laughs in fall by adding comedies to lineup
NEW YORK — CBS is looking for more laughs, with the nation’s most popular network planning to double the amount of sitcoms it has on the air through new projects premiering this fall starring Kevin James, Matt LeBlanc and Joel McHale.
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Butler Eagle Online Movie Reviews | May 21, 2016
Gosling, Crowe liven uneven ‘Nice Guys’
Take two charismatic actors. Give them characters that are, on the surface, totally incompatible. Plunk them into your basic whodunit, a mismatched team fighting fill-in-the-blank bad guys. Stir in some shoot-em-up action, and poof: You have a buddy cop movie, one of the most durable formulas in Hollywood.
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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | May 21, 2016
Star Trek's pop culture influence is celebrated
SEATTLE — It's been 50 years since the Starship Enterprise began its five-year mission to boldly go where no man had gone before, and Seattle's EMP Museum is marking the anniversary with an exhibition honoring “Star Trek” and its influence on pop culture and society.
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Movie Reviews | May 21, 2016
‘Neighbors 2’ is a funny but ill-conceived retread
LOS ANGELES — Heaven help the next generation of American women if “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” represents what Hollywood thinks of them.
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May 21, 2016
Red Planet makes closest pass since 20005
Since March I’ve been getting frequent inquiries about a bright red “star” in the low southwest sky just before morning twilight.
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