Coronavirus, By Taking Moviegoing Away From Us, Can Only Make Us Miss It (Column) — Variety

For those who work in the motion-picture industry, the coronavirus must feel like a crisis coming on the heels of an earthquake — a disruption built on a disruption. The toll that it’s about to take on our collective moviegoing habits is already profound. The canceling of film festivals, led by SXSW, was the first […]

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Danny Aiello, ‘Do the Right Thing’ and ‘Moonstruck’ Actor, Dies at 86 — Variety

Danny Aiello, a character actor best known for his work in such films as “Do the Right Thing” and “Moonstruck,” died on Thursday night in New Jersey. He was 86. Aiello’s literary agent Jennifer De Chiara confirmed his death to Variety. Aiello worked steadily in films starting in the mid-1970s, often playing cops, mobsters and…

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Enduring Grace: Barbara Rush — The Last Drive In

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Tribute to the great Barbara Rush — by Sara Henriksson I’ve loved Barbara Rush for as long as I can remember. In every role where she graced the screen she left a lasting impression on me. I’ve followed her career from major motion pictures to wonderful dramatic television programs. To me, she is one of […]

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Singer Marie Fredriksson, of Swedish Pop Duo Roxette, Dies at 61 — TIME

Fredriksson’s management said she died of “consequences of a long illness.”

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R.I.P. Marie Fredriksson, Roxette singer dies at 61 — Consequence of Sound

The Swedish singer lost her battle with brain cancer.

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Marie Fredriksson, Singer of Roxette, Dies at 61 — Variety

Marie Fredriksson, singer of Swedish 80s pop duo, Roxette, died on Dec. 9. She was 61. Fredriksson died after a long battle with brain cancer for which she received aggressive treatment after being diagnosed in 2002, her management team said in a statement. “It is with great sadness we have to announce that Marie Fredriksson […]

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Farewell Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek #eddiemoney #ricocasek — The Tony Burgess Blog

Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek of The Cars have passed away in the past few days. They were important parts of the soundtrack of my youth in the 1980’s. Both men were rock and roll through and through. Their voices are distinctive and timeless and they will be remembered now and forever.

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R.I.P. Ric Ocasek ~ 1949 – 2019 — By Hook Or By Book

Just a couple of days after Eddie Money passed away, Ric Ocasek, singer, songwriter, and co-founder of The Cars has died. Ocasek and Ben Orr (who died in 2000) formed the group in 1976, along with Elliott Easton, Greg Hawkes and David Robinson. Their self-titled debut was near perfection and helped kick off the […]

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