Coronavirus

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland has postponed this year’s induction ceremony, which was supposed to take place May 2nd in the city. President Joel Peresman said the decision was disappointing but necessary.
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NBA Season Suspended Likely At Least 30 Days After Positive Coronavirus Tests

A Utah Jazz player received a preliminary positive test for coronavirus and the NBA has decided it will suspend the season until further notice.
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'Fast and Furious 9' Release Pushed Back to 2021 Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The “Fast and the Furious” franchise is the latest production to suffer a setback following the novel coronavirus outbreak. The ninth installment pushed back its release a year to 2021. Read more and find out when it’ll be in theaters.
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Space Jam Surges Into Top 10 On Netflix

As the NBA season skids to a stop, an unlikely replacement has emerged to fill the gap in sports. The 1995 film Space Jam has surged into the top 10 trending films on Netflix. Find out why!
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Tom Hanks' Son Chet Gives Update on Parents' Health Following Coronavirus Diagnosis

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Wednesday, but their son, Chet Hanks, doesn’t seem too concerned. The 29-year-old gave an update on his parents’ condition on Instagram. Find out what he had to say.
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Missouri Sues Televangelist Jim Bakker for Selling Fake Coronavirus Cure

The state of Missouri is suing long-time televangelist Jim Bakker for allegedly claiming that the product he sells could cure coronavirus. Read more for updates.
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Poll: Should Americans Skip Going to the Movies Because of Coronavirus?

As the entertainment industry reacts to the coronavirus, some are calling for movie theaters to temporarily close to help lower the spread of the illness. Do you think Americans should skip the movies because of the coronavirus? Take our poll!
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3,500 Smurfs Gather to Break World Record Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, thousands of people in France donned blue body paint and white hats in order to break the world record for largest gathering of Smurfs. The gathering occurred one day before France banned large assemblies of people.
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'The Ellen Show' to Tape Without a Studio Audience Amid Coronavirus Concerns

’The Ellen Show’ is joining a long list of shows that are scrapping their live audience over concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. Read the official statement from the series now.
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Will Warm Weather Make Coronavirus Go Away By Summer?

With the ongoing spread of the coronavirus many are hoping that, similar to the flu, the warmer weather will see it dissipate now that spring is on the way. Experts are hopeful it will slow down, but are cautious about it going away for good.
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