Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • Denzel Washington Opens Up About Religious Experiences

    Denzel Washington Opens Up About Religious Experiences

    Denzel Washington revealed in an Instagram Live session with a pastor that he was once “filled with the Holy Ghost” during a church service in the ’80s. The “Training Day” actor told the pastor A.R. Benard of the Christian Cultural Center that he gave his life to ...
  • Hollywood’s Summer Implodes as ‘Mulan’ and ‘Tenet’ Delayed to August

    Hollywood’s Summer Implodes as ‘Mulan’ and ‘Tenet’ Delayed to August

    With reported cases of the coronavirus surging, Warner Bros. on Thursday postponed the release of Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” further delaying Hollywood’s summer kickoff. The sci-fi thriller starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson will move from July 31 to Aug. ...
  • Faith Hill Calls for Mississippi to Change its State Flag

    Faith Hill Calls for Mississippi to Change its State Flag

    Faith Hill is hoping for change in the state of Mississippi. On Thursday afternoon, the country music singer took to Twitter where she called for legislatures to change the state flag of her hometown, which features the Confederate battle emblem. “I am a proud MS girl and I love my home ...
  • Ben & Jerry’s Joins Facebook Advertising Boycott

    Ben & Jerry’s Joins Facebook Advertising Boycott

    A top ice cream brand is joining a group of companies refusing to advertise with Facebook citing concerns over the tech giant’s policing of abuse. Vermont brand Ben & Jerry’s announced on Tuesday it would temporarily cease paying advertising to Facebook or the image-based social ...
  • Bubble-Blowing Drones May One Day Aid Artificial Pollination

    Bubble-Blowing Drones May One Day Aid Artificial Pollination

    Drones that blow pollen-laden bubbles onto blossoms could someday help farmers pollinate their crops. Rather than relying on bees and other pollinating insects – which are dwindling worldwide as a result of climate change, pesticide use and other factors – farmers can spray or swab ...
  • Former NFL Veteran Blasts NFL Courting Kaepernick

    Former NFL safety Burgess Owens, who played 10 years in the NFL and is now running for Congress in Utah, expressed his disgust with the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell after Goodell recently started pushing for the league to make a place for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin ...
  • Bad News Fauci: NFL Season May Not Happen

    Bad News Fauci: NFL Season May Not Happen

    Delivering another round of bad news, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, expressed his doubts that the National Football League will be able to resume in the fall. Speaking with CNN, Fauci said that the NFL would have to essentially follow ...
  • Vera Lynn, WWII Allied Forces Singer, Dead at 103

    Vera Lynn, WWII Allied Forces Singer, Dead at 103

    Vera Lynn, the British singer whose songs provided hope for Allied troops during World War II, died Thursday at 103. “The family are deeply saddened to announce the passing of one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers at the age of 103,” the singer’s family said in a ...
  • All the TV shows canceled (and renewed) in 2020

    All the TV shows canceled (and renewed) in 2020

    Ready to survey the 2020 broadcast boneyard? Below is a list of all the shows that have been canceled this year by the five major networks. We also listed all the shows that were renewed (because let’s not just focus on the negative, okay?). There are still a few titles in limbo for next ...
  • NASCAR Driver Running ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Scheme

    NASCAR Driver Running ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Scheme

    NASCAR driver Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, who pilots the famed #43 for Richard Petty Motorsports, ran a “Black Lives Matter” paint scheme at Martinsville Speedway last Wednesday. “I think by running this branding on our car, putting the hashtag out there, bringing ...