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Hooray for Hollywood: Wonder Woman 1984 was number 1 at the box office raking in $5.5 Million.

Larry King has been hospitalized with the coronavirus. The 87 year-old has been battling covid-19 for more than a week. He is 87 and has a history of heart attacks, diabetes and lung cancer.

A low budget 1983 horror film, starring George Clooney, is going to be released. ”Grizzly II” never opened in theaters because it’s special effects couldn’t be completed. Clooney says he has no plans to see the film when it is released on January 8th. Charlie Sheen and Laura Dern also star in the film.
Tanya Roberts, best known for her roles in Charlie’s Angels and That ’70s show – along with her turn as a Bond girl in A View To A Kill – has died at the age of 65. The star had been in hospital after collapsing at her home in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve, her agent said, and died on Sunday.
 A fourth ”Night at the Museum” movie is in development.

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