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Marvel releases catchy 'Agatha All Along' song from 'WandaVision'
"Agatha All Along," the catchy tune from episode seven of "WandaVision," is now on Spotify.

BTS covers Coldplay and more on MTV Unplugged debut
BTS made their debut on MTV's Unplugged Tuesday night and played some of their greatest hits.

Axl Rose hangs with the 'Scooby Doo' gang in an animated cameo
Axl Rose is getting animated.

George Clooney is doing a lot of laundry and dishes these days
George Clooney is featured on one of the covers of W Magazine's first issue of 2021, Volume 1, Best Performances, which pays tribute to the actors who turned in great performances in over the past year.

Vanessa Bryant calls out rapper Meek Mill for song referencing late husband Kobe Bryant
Vanessa Bryant was not amused by Meek Mill referencing the tragic death of her husband, Kobe Bryant, in his latest song.

Drew Barrymore talks about her experience in a 'psychiatric ward' at 13
Drew Barrymore was virtually interviewed on Howard Stern's SiriusXM show Monday, where she opened up about her tumultuous teen years and her relationship with her mom, Jaid Barrymore.

'Superman & Lois' flies back to the Man of Steel's 'Smallville' roots
"Superman & Lois" was plucked from the ribs of the current crop of the CW's DC superhero dramas, but its strongest connection is to an earlier series, the long-running "Smallville." Adding a family/coming-of-age component to the Man of Steel's mythology, the show cleverly ties into the deep roots of the franchise, at least initially proving you can go home again.

Taylor Swift's re-recorded 'Love Story' is back on top of the charts
Taylor Swift's re-recording of "Love Story" is now a success story.

'Amend' brings Will Smith's starry touch to the 14th Amendment's tumultuous history
Having already aired director Ava DuVernay's documentary "13th," about the legacy of the 13th Amendment, Netflix ups the ante by devoting a six-part series to the 14th with "Amend: The Fight for America." It's an ambitious project that mixes various techniques, stars and historians to enliven the history and connect it to the present, with its most conspicuous weakness being the contributions of host and producer Will Smith.

Mandy Moore welcomes baby boy with husband Taylor Goldsmith
Mandy Moore has welcomed her first child.

Shailene Woodley confirms that she and Aaron Rodgers are engaged
Shailene Woodley has confirmed that she and football star Aaron Rodgers are indeed engaged.

Matt James addresses 'Bachelor' racism controversy
Matt James, the star of ABC's "The Bachelor," is breaking his silence on the controversy that has enveloped this season of the series.

'Allen v. Farrow' is the latest example of 'consequences culture'
HBO's new docuseries, "Allen v. Farrow," is more than a piercing look at a bitter custody battle between two famous people amid allegations of sexual misconduct.

Amy Poehler doesn't know if UCB will reopen
Amy Poehler is unsure about the future of the Upright Citizens Brigade, the improv theater she co-founded.

Why Jim Carrey is taking a break from posting his political art
Jim Carrey is a painter, cartoonist and sketcher in his spare time, using the mediums the last couple of years to speak out against the Trump administration.

Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana
Singer Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana.

'Behind Her Eyes' is a twisty drama that earns its time in front of your eyes
The less you know about "Behind Her Eyes" going in the better, and while the Netflix drama feels slow-going at first, patience has its rewards. By the time it's over, this sci-fi-tinged limited series becomes a buzzworthy binge, one that will likely have you thinking back to clues you might have missed along the way.

Brooke Shields says she broke her leg and is learning how to walk again
Brooke Shields is staying positive after breaking her leg.

Watch more than just 'Judas and the Black Messiah' this Black History Month
With new films like "Judas and the Black Messiah" and oldies but goodies like "Do The Right Thing," there is plenty to watch in honor of the culture.

Olivia Rodrigo responds to that 'Driver's License' sketch on 'Saturday Night Live'
Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" got its own "Saturday Night Live" sketch this weekend, with the singer calling it the "best birthday present ever."

Sarah Michelle Gellar says no to doing potential 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' reboots
Sarah Michelle Gellar isn't hopping on the reboot bandwagon.

'Nomadland' drops Frances McDormand into a rootless life on the open road
As with her breakthrough movie "The Rider," director ChloƩ Zhao straddles a line between fiction and reality with "Nomadland," parachuting Frances McDormand into what almost feels like a documentary about those living a rootless existence as nomads traveling across America. It's a very good film, if one that cruises into awards season fueled by what feels like excessive praise given its understated appeal.

Dolly Parton says 'thanks, but no thanks' to a statue of her at the Tennessee capitol
Dolly Parton has told Tennessee lawmakers that actually, no, she doesn't want a statue of her erected at the Tennessee Capitol.

For movie awards season, February is beginning to look a lot like Christmas
The pandemic has upended the calendar in a variety of ways, and the movie awards "season" is no exception. That explains why this year, February is beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield reunite for 'Judas and the Black Messiah'
There was a moment filming "Judas and the Black Messiah" that star Daniel Kaluuya will not forget.

See what's streaming in February
See some of what's streaming on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+ and more in February.

'Minari' looks back at one family's American dream in rural Arkansas
"Minari" is a deeply personal film, and quality that's evident in writer-director Lee Isaac Chung's reminiscence about his childhood. Focusing on a Korean immigrant family, the universal themes come through loud, clear and ultimately with considerable power, even if the movie's languid pace works against it.

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci light up the end-of-life drama in 'Supernova'
The premise of "Supernova" couldn't be simpler, as a longtime couple grapples with the dire challenge of early-onset dementia. Having that duo played by Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, happily, elevates the material, in a small but poignant story about love, loss and letting go.

'One Night in Miami' packs a powerful dramatic punch
A fascinating historical meeting of the minds provides the foundation for Regina King's impressive feature film directorial debut in "One Night in Miami," a creative extrapolation about Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke coming together in 1964. It's a small but riveting movie, anchored by a quartet of knockout performances.

'Ruth - Justice Ginsburg In Her Own Words' gives RBG the last word on her legacy
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was already the subject of a splendid documentary in CNN Films' "RBG" and a dramatic movie ("On the Basis of Sex"), both released before her death last year. But "Ruth - Justice Ginsburg in Her Own Words" serves as a fitting companion, drawing heavily from Ginsburg speeches, appearances and interviews, garnished by fond reflections from those who knew her.