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Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard re-enact the '80s

Working together to pack stadiums, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett offer reassurance that the traditions of yore haven't died.
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Gray hair metal: Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard and Poison re-enact the '80s at SoFi Stadium Click to view images

Not far from their old Sunset Strip stamping grounds, the three top-tier pop-metal bands of the '80s join up for the Stadium Tour. Plus, proto-punk Joan Jett.

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Bad Bunny becomes first non-English-language act to win VMA for artist of the year Click to view images

A Bad Bunny performance from Yankee Stadium was also featured during the Video Music Awards, which aired Sunday night on MTV.

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Apple TV+ production starring Natalie Portman faces violent threat in Baltimore Click to view images

Baltimore locals threatened to shoot someone on the set of the Apple TV+ series "Lady in the Lake," starring Natalie Portman and Moses Ingram.

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Column: America loves rap, not Black people. Don't be fooled by this bill protecting lyrics Click to view images

Better late than never, the recording industry is backing groundbreaking legislation that could limit how music is used as evidence in criminal court.

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'American Idol' winner Just Sam out of the hospital and 'okay' after health scare Click to view images

"I'm tired of these careless doctors getting paid to make things worse," said former "American Idol" champion Samantha "Just Sam" Diaz.

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Review: Javier Bardem elevates a smug look at office life in 'The Good Boss' Click to view images

The winner of major film prizes in Spain, writer-director Fernando León de Aranoa's social satire doesn't quite earn its star, but benefits from him.

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Hollywood puts 'no face' on the Palestinian experience. Mo Amer plans to change that Click to view images

In his Netflix comedy "Mo," Amer navigates two cultures, three languages and a pending asylum request while hustling to support his Palestinian family.

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