Tyler Sanders, an 18-year-old actor who was shortlisted for an Emmy for his part in the Prime Video series "Just Add Magic: Mystery City," passed away on June 16 in Los Angeles, reported his representative. Sanders began acting when he was ten years old, performing in a number of short films. Sanders also co-starred in the 2019 film "The Reliant" with Kevin Sorbo. The cause of death is unknown.
On May 6 Bridget Everett announced 'Friends', 'Somebody, Somewhere' actor Michael G. Hagerty expired in Los Angeles at the age of 67. The cause of death is not revealed yet. Hagerty was best known for for playing building superintendent Mr. Treeger on the '90s NBC sitcom 'Friends'. Fans expressed sorrow at his passing through social media platforms.
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Universal Studios Hollywood has relaxed all the mandatory COVID-19 norms for its visitors. The visitors can now visit the theme park without having to wear masks and carry a COVID-19 vaccination or test report, as per an announcement. "Facial coverings continue to be strongly recommended while indoors," said a Universal Studios Hollywood spokesperson. Earlier, Disneyland lifted the mask requirement for vaccinated visitors, but made it… read-more
The 64th annual Grammy Awards will be held in Las Vegas. The ceremony has been scheduled at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 3, hosted by Trevor Noah and organised by Recording Academy, CBS and CMT. Initially, the award ceremony was scheduled for March 14, in Los Angeles, but was postponed due to COVID-19 and its new variant Omicron surge in the United Nations. CBS will air the live ceremony.
Star Wars Actor, Billy Dee Williams expressed grief over the murder of his friend, Jacqueline Avant, wife of music legend Clarence Avant. He stated that it is becoming dangerous in Los Angeles. He further stated, "there's a dark energy that's permeating our lives right now. I call it Lucifer." Besides, Avant was shot by a home invader who broke into the house and killed her.
The winners of Emmy Awards 2021, held in-person, under different categories were announced in Los Angeles on September 20. The best actor award in comedy, Anthology, and Drama series were won by Jason Sudeikis, Ewan Mc Gregor and Josh O'Connor, respectively. While the award for the best female actor went to Jean Smart, Kate Winslet, and Olivia Coman in comedy, Anthology, and Drama series, respectively.
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Aaron Brown, a 23-year-old man was arrested by the police for waving a knife towards security guards of singer Ariana Grande at her Hollywood hills home. As per reports, Brown wanted to meet Ariana and upon being refused and asked to leave by security guards, he pulled out a knife and waved it towards them. Later, he was arrested and got bailed for $50,000.
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The International Cricket Council has shown its interest to offer the inclusion of cricket in the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games. The ICC has also organised a working group that will yield help to make cricket part of the Games. “We have more than a billion fans globally and almost 90 percent of them want to see cricket at the Olympics,” said Greg Barclay, ICC Chair.
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Actors George Clooney, Kerry Washington and Don Cheadle have joined hands with the educational authorities in Los Angeles to open a film school in 2022. It will "teach young people about cameras, and editing and visual effects and sound and all the career opportunities that this industry has to offer," said Clooney. It aims to democratize the film industry and provide aspiring individuals an avenue to pursue their ambition.
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Popstar Beyonce has been looted of properties worth $1 million after burglars broke into three of her Los Angeles-based storage units in March month. Reportedly, the burglars returned within a week of their first two burglaries and swept off Beyonce's goodies like handbags and dresses. Besides, they also stole kids toys and the photos of the Grammy-winner's stylist. Notably, another pop-star Miley Cyrus had been a victim of a similar incident… read-more