• The release of upcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die" has been pushed back from April to November, becoming the first Hollywood movie to shift its global rollout because of the coronavirus outbreak.
  • One of the NBA owners is suggesting that if this coronavirus thing gets too out of hand, that fans will be banned from their games.
  • Michael Bloomberg has dropped out of the democratic race for president after spending a half billion dollars.
  • One of the latest NFL rumors has Tom Brady and his former backup, Jimmy Garappolo trading places.
  • South by Southwest is scheduled to start a week from tomorrow if it happens. Participants are canceling left and right because of the coronavirus.
  • Placido Domingo's name has been removed from the Washington National Opera's young artist program "in light of recent developments," they say.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings is giving one March Madness fan the chance to win the ultimate tournament. One lucky fan is going to win the chance to LIVE inside their big Chicago location in an Air BnB type setting. You would actually stay in the restaurant during the entire tournament.
  • Don't know the back story, but Jason Stratham has pulled out of a movie with Kevin Hart just weeks before it was supposed to start shooting.
  • Michael Jackson's youngest son, Bigi-who was born with the name Prince Michael Jackson but was also known as 'Blanket'-has turned 18 and with that, has some money to play with. So, he's bought a $2 million home.
  • Genesis is getting back together for a reunion tour this fall in the UK.
  • The surgeon general is warning that wearing a mask may actually increase your odds of getting coronavirus if you're wearing it improperly.
  • Blue Jays pitcher Ken Giles says he would give back his World Series ring from being on the 2017 Astros.
  • The president continues to donate his paycheck to causes -- his latest check is going to the fight against the coronavirus.
  • Corey Feldman's documentary "My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys" will be shown on his website Monday, supposedly, for just one time.
  • Netflix is hosting a week-long comedy festival in Los Angeles, April 27th. Some of the biggest names in comedy will be taking part and will be filmed for use on Netflix.


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