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Top Gun: Maverick Review 'SPECTACULAR! Exceeded all expectations'


ABRAMORAMA WILL RELEASE “ LIVE FROM NEW YORK! ” NATIONWIDE ON FRIDAY, JUNE 12TH “Saturday Night Live” has been reflecting and influencing the American story for 40 years. Live From New York! explores the show's early years, an experiment that began with a young Lorne Michaels and his cast of unknowns, and follows its evolution into a comedy institution. Archival footage is interwoven with stolen moments and exclusive commentary from “SNL” legends, journalists, hosts, crew and others influenced by the comedy giant. Live From New York! captures what has enabled “SNL” to continually refresh itself over nearly 800 episodes and keep America laughing for 40 years. The film will be playing at the following theater in Los Angeles: The Landmark Theatre 10850 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90064 Directed by: Bao Nguyen Produced by: JL Pomeroy, Kimmie H. Kim, Sarah Cowperthwaite, and Owen Moogan Executive Produced by: Tom Broecker Starring: Alec Baldwin, Candice Berge

Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Give You A History Lesson On Rap

Justin Timberlake &  Jimmy Fallon Give You A History Lesson On Rap Justin Timberlake was plugging his new movie " The Social Network " on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" last night, the singer obliged fans with an all-too-brief return to the microphone -- to run through 15 hip-hop classics in a hilarious duet with Fallon. Watch the video after the Jump.. What was clearly a cleverly planned and carefully rehearsed medley began with a seemingly spontaneous chat about "Late Night" house band the Roots . Fallon asked Timberlake if he'd grown up with hip-hop, and talk turned to legendary late-'70s crew the Sugarhill Gang . Moments later, the two were out of their seats, microphones in hand, rhyming along to the group's sing-songy classic " Rapper's Delight ." With drummer ?uestlove and the Roots providing the backbeat, the pair then ran through brief verses from over a dozen more memorable hits, including the Beastie Boys&#

Neil Young sings 'Fresh Prince' Theme Song

Neil Young sings 'Fresh Prince' Theme Song Kinda Of Jimmy Fallon did a get impersonation of the great Neil Young. Please Leave A Comment- Source- NBC / THR