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Paul McCartney Honored as UK's "Most Successful Album Artist"

(LONDON) -- The U.K.'s Official Charts Company has presented Paul McCartney with the prestigious Official Chart Record Breaker Award in recognition of the rock legend being the most successful album artist in the history of his home country. McCartney received the honor for scoring more total #1 albums on the U.K.'s Official Albums Chart, 22, than any other artist. The 74-year-old musician's old band The Beatles notched 15 chart-topping albums, while Sir Paul also hit #1 four times as a solo artist, twice with Wings and once with his late wife, Linda. In a video message, McCartney says the honor,…

posted 2016-07-23 05:00:15 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

AMC Drops "The Walking Dead" Season 7 Trailer, Release Date

(SAN DIEGO) -- On October 23 at 9 p.m. Eastern, fans of The Walking Dead will finally got to see which one of Rick's gang Negan executed in the closing moments of season six. The AMC smash -- pun intended -- will return that night, finally, presumably, solving the mystery of which cast member bought it at the end of Lucille, the barb wire-covered bat wielded by Jeffrey Dean Morgan's big bad.  Along with that news, shared at San Diego Comic-Con, came a new trailer. Footage of the beloved characters in the Grimes posse -- Rick, Daryl, Carl, Abraham, Maggie, Glenn, Sasha, Aaron,…

posted 2016-07-23 05:00:15 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


Marvel's "Iron Fist," "Luke Cage," "The Defenders" -- Netflix Socks It to Comic-Con

(SAN DIEGO) -- As its hard-hitting "Hell's Kitchen Heroes" would, Marvel came out swinging at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday, with a slew of news and new footage from its Netflix shows.  Not only did they release a full teaser to this fall's Luke Cage, but also a "first look" at the upcoming Iron Fist, and teasers for both the third season of Daredevil, and The Defenders, the series that will unite each of the series titular heroes -- as well as Kysten Ritter's Jessica Jones -- into one Avengers-like team. Luke Cage hits the streaming service first, debuting on September 20. In the series, Mike Colter reprises his Jessica Jones role as Cage, a…

posted 2016-07-22 12:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Leslie Jones Is Back on Twitter, Firing Back

(NEW YORK) -- Leslie Jones is back on Twitter after nearly 72 hours of social media silence. The Ghostbusters star made a grand entrance tweeting, "Welp...a b**** thought she could stay away. But who else is gonna live tweet Game of Thrones!!" She then quickly followed up her tweet with a Wilmer Valderrama meme from That '70s Show that shows Valderrama's character Fez mouthing "I love you." Jones adds the message, "Thanks for the love and support I received! made me feel real special See you later on@sethmeyers#LoveForLeslieJ." Jones had announced on Monday she was leaving social media after receiving an onslaught of racist comments. She was immediately defended by fans…

posted 2016-07-22 08:03:39 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Zachary Quinto Says Pokemon Go Is "Entirely Not for Me"

(SAN DIEGO) -- Zachary Quinto is the rare person who hasn't been swept up in the Pokemon Go craze. The Star Trek star says the popularity of the mobile game "unsettles" and "troubles" him. "I have no judgment of people who want to play it, but it is entirely not for me and I will not ever play it," he told ABC Radio Thursday at Comic-Con in San Diego. In other words, he won't be searching for Pokemon while he's at Comic-Con. He's there to promote a couple of projects, Star Trek Beyond and Snowden. You can see Quinto reprise…

posted 2016-07-22 05:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: “Star Trek Beyond” (PG-13)

(HOLLYWOOD) -- When I last wrote a review of a Star Trek movie, I received the wrath of Kahn: Fans – some of whom hadn’t even seen the movie yet -- were furious I didn’t like Into Darkness. A few were also upset because I spoiled the movie’s predictable reveal. I apologized for that, but I will never apologize for disliking that movie. I thought Pine’s Kirk was insufferable, and aped whiny Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV. I thought some of the plot points and decisions made by The Federation were so ludicrous, I had a hard time…

posted 2016-07-22 03:00:14 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: "Lights Out" (PG-13)

(NEW YORK) -- In James Wan I trust, so the fact that he’s the guy behind the new horror flick Lights Out was comforting. Wan is a modern-day horror genius (Saw, Insidious, The Conjuring), and even though he’s the producer here and not the director, you know there’s going to be -- at the very least -- a heart-palpitating, white-knuckle moment or two. At the outset, Lights Out doesn’t disappoint.  Directed by David F. Sandberg and based on his own short, the “horror” in this horror film is a forlorn and deranged demon-apparition named Diana. Diana can only appear and…

posted 2016-07-22 03:00:13 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


On "Live With Kelly," Seth Meyers Remembered "Sweet" Garry Marshall

  (NEW YORK) -- Late Night host Seth Meyers stopped by Live with Kelly Thursday to promote Thursday night's live segment of his chat show, timed to riff on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Meyers also took a moment to remember Garry Marshall, who passed away Tuesday from complications of a stroke. The late director and TV icon not only shared an alma mater with Meyers in Northwestern, but directed the SNL vet in the star-packed movie New Year's Eve -- a project Marshall was apparently not shy about promoting.    "I remember I was the Grand Marshal at the Northwestern Homecoming…

posted 2016-07-21 12:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Report: Final "Divergent" Movie Could Go Straight to TV

(LOS ANGELES) -- The final chapter in the Divergent movie series may premiere on TV, not at a theater near you. Lionsgate plans to conclude the film series with a television movie that would set things up for a Divergent TV show, Variety reports. The aim is to have the franchise’s movie cast, including Shailene Woodley, return for The Divergent Series: Ascendant TV movie, then introduce new stars for the TV series. However, it’s currently unclear if the original cast members will be back for the TV movie. Variety notes that Lionsgate has yet to pitch its plans to networks. The Divergent Series: Ascendant, the fourth film in the post-apocalyptic movie series,…

posted 2016-07-21 10:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Comic-Con Kicks Off with "Star Trek Beyond" Premiere

(SAN DIEGO) -- Comic-Con in San Diego launched Wednesday night in a big way, with the world premiere of Star Trek Beyond. It was billed as the first-ever outdoor IMAX premiere event, and included a performance by the San Diego Symphony Orchestra. The stars of the film were excited to take part in it. Simon Pegg, who co-wrote the movie and plays Scotty, told ABC News on the red carpet, "It's going to be an emotional night and I'm very proud." The third film in the rebooted series was directed by Justin Lin, who took over for J.J. Abrams. He was…

posted 2016-07-21 08:01:29 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

First Lady Kicks It Bey Style for Carpool Karaoke

(LOS ANGELES) -- First lady Michelle Obama joined James Corden for a very special Carpool Karaoke on The Late Late Show. Taped weeks ago, the episode was an opportunity for Mrs. Obama to promote her Let Girls Learn initiative she started with the President to help more than 60 million girls around the world stay in school.  FLOTUS jumped in the car with Corden as he played tourist at the White House. Wearing a sleeveless pink and white dress, she highlighted a couple of places on the executive compound and made small talk before the two got down to business. Citing Stevie Wonder as her favorite artist, Mrs.…

posted 2016-07-21 06:05:52 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio


Young Musicians Perform "Star Wars" Theme Outside John Williams' Home

(LOS ANGELES) -- They certainly had brass, in more ways than one. Young musicians Michael Miller, who played the flugelhorn, a 13-year-old trumpet player Bryce Hayashi treated Star Wars composer John Williams to a performance of the film's famous theme -- right outside his Los Angeles home. Less than a minute into the rendition, Williams himself opens his door, and eventually walks over to the musicians. "I started to listen. I thought they will never make it, and they did," Williams says, referring to the high notes in the theme, while shaking the hands of the delighted young musicians. The moment was…

posted 2016-07-20 18:00:42 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio