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Fans of magic and Jamie Raven are in for a treat. Raven has made it to the live shows on this season of "Britain's Got Talent."

Review: Criss Angel saves best 'Mindfreak' season for last: 'Season 6' Special

World renowned magician and illusionist Criss Angel saved the best season of "Mindfreak" for last, which consisted of six unforgettable episodes.

'Tomorrowland' pulls past 'Pitch Perfect 2'

When all is said and done when the Memorial Day weekend is over, it was a battle between "Tomorrowland" and "Pitch Perfect 2" at the box office. The other newcomer, "Poltergeist," was not part of the winning plans.

Watch Conan's hilarious 'tribute' to David Letterman

Late night host Conan O'Brien paid tribute to David Letterman Wednesday night by telling his viewers to change the channel and watch Letterman's final show instead of his.

Review: ‘Banksy Does New York’ captures the chaos, good and bad Special

‘Banksy Does New York’ is a record of how the city reacted to the artist’s 31-day residency that included a variety of multimedia art with a political undertone.

Review: ‘Tomorrowland’ shows innovation is the answer to everything Special

‘Tomorrowland’ displays a desire for innovation rarely seen in contemporary film, and delivers a picture packed with stunning set designs and a starry-eyed storyline.

'Insidious' scares up terrifying new virtual reality experience Special

Horror should be a well-worn genre by now, but new innovations are keeping it fresh, The latest iteration uses virtual reality and ties into the upcoming 'Insidious: Chapter 3.'

Chatting with 'Resident Evil' actor Shawn Roberts Special

Canadian actor Shawn Roberts sat down and chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming acting projects, which include "40 Below and Falling."

'Tomorrowland' likely to unseat 'Pitch Perfect 2'

As "Pitch Perfect 2" enters its second weekend, it will be interesting to see how much it drops. Sure, that does not sound like a positive start to a box office report, but that is one headline going into the weekend.

Review: It’s ‘Spring’ and all manner of love is in the air Special

‘Spring’ is a romantic creature feature in which a man desperately tries to win the heart of his vacation fling who is a bit more concerned about her fluctuating flesh.

Eurovision, a stage for geopolitical conflicts?

Behind the kitsch, glitz and smoke machines of the Eurovision Song Contest -- hosted Saturday by Vienna -- hide more serious international geopolitical tensions, says the creator of the world's first university course on the popular music competition.

Jimmy Kimmel to audience: Please do not watch our show

Jimmy Kimmel is among the comedians and talk show hosts paying tribute to David Letterman, who will host his final episode of the Late Show tonight on CBS.

Review: New on DVD for May 19 Special

This week’s releases include the all-encompassing collection of an HBO sensation; an Oscar hopeful that sparked some controversy; an exceptional Russian drama; and an animated musical with a familiar soundtrack.

Jamie Raven is a supporter of the 'Niamh's Next Step' charity

Acclaimed magician Jamie Raven won the hearts of the "Britain's Got Talent" judges and audience, but he is a man with a bigger heart.

Review: Cheatin' is a surreal tale of infidelity Special

The latest film from animation master Bill Plympton tells a tale of misunderstanding, attempting murder and projected consciousness.

Review: ‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’ cleverly brightens the darkness Special

‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’ is a little light on ‘The Simpsons’ content, but still a very inventive and entertaining adaptation of the beloved TV show.

Review: Tovah Feldshuh outstanding in 'Golda's Balcony' at Queens College Special

On May 17, Tony-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh performed her one-woman show "Golda's Balcony" at the Kupferberg Center for the Performing Arts at Queens College.

'Pitch Perfect 2' wins while 'Age of Ultron' goes over $1 billion

"Pitch Perfect 2" took the stage and kicked "Max Mad: Fury Road" to the curb. The box office took off in fine fashion as the summer season rolls along.

Video: 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' 1st trailer

The first trailer has been streamed for "Legends of Tomorrow," the 2nd planned "Arrow" spinoff, scheduled to broadcast in 2016.

‘Pitch Perfect 2’ is a little off-key

‘Pitch Perfect 2’ is perfectly enjoyable in spite of boasting an inferior soundtrack and being somewhat less fun than the original.

Norm Macdonald makes emotional final appearance on Letterman

Things got emotional last night on the Late Show with David Letterman as comedian Norm Macdonald performed his final stand-up set for the show.

David Lynch to make 'Twin Peaks' return after all

Surrealist filmmaker David Lynch announced that he will direct the sequel of the cult classic "Twin Peaks" television series, a month after saying a pay dispute had scuttled his return."Dear Twitter Friends, the rumors are not what they seem .....

Review: Period TV and offbeat comedies comprise this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include complete series of classic TV shows; an Oscar-winning performance; fresh perspectives on contrary lifestyles; and several offbeat comedies.

Bill Cosby talks about rape allegations — but did he make sense?

Bill Cosby, still working the comedy circuit as some 30 accusations of sexual assault follow him around, has finally spoken about his situation. However, it is arguable that what he had to say was a notch shy of gibberish and makes him seem more guilty.

Op-Ed: The much loved king of the blues is dead — BB King dead at 89

BB King, the iconic bluesman who brought blues to the world, has died at age 89. He died at home in Las Vegas. His life, from making $5 a day picking cotton to global superstar, was a true tale of the blues.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' takes on 'Pitch Perfect 2'

It will be a demographic war at the weekend box office, with the end result being a new winner on top. "Pitch Perfect 2" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" open wide.

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler releases his first country song

There is mellowing as you get older and then there is Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler. Tyler, formerly of the bad lifestyle and the very epitome of rock-and-roll singers, has released a country song. A country song?

Tovah Feldshuh to perform 'Golda's Balcony' at Queens College

Tony-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh will be performing the play "Golda's Balcony" at Queens College on May 16 and 17.

Review: ‘Phoenix’ is a compelling mystery and uneasy love story Special

‘Phoenix’ takes a dual meaning when a woman is reincarnated after a disfiguring incident and finds her estranged husband employed at a nightclub of the same name.

Op-Ed: Avicii talks work-life struggles in 'Feeling Good' song

Avicii represents the epitome of what it means to be young and hot on the contemporary music scene, but that doesn't mean he can't appreciate a tune with a little bit of history.

American Idol is ending next year

The music reality show American Idol is going to come to an end next year, after the 15th season of the show has concluded.

Margaret Cho announces 'The psyCHO tour' across the United States

Three-time Grammy and Emmy-nominated comedian Margaret Cho will be embarking on "The psyCHO tour" this fall in the United States.

Minnesota Orchestra to play in Cuba this week

The Minnesota Symphony Orchestra led by its director, Osmo Vanska, will be the first to perform in Cuba since President Barack Obama announced he would be restoring full diplomatic relations last December.

Bradley Cooper earns 2015 Tony nomination for 'The Elephant Man'

Oscar nominated actor Bradley Cooper has a major reason to celebrate. He is nominated for a 2015 Tony award for "Leading Actor in a Play."

Review: Zombies taking over London at Generation Of Z Special

London has a new "immersive theater" project — Generation of Z. In this production the audience are part of the plot and are required to interact with zombie resistance fighters and the odd member of the walking dead too.

Illusionist James More talks 'The Magic Circle' and Jamie Raven Special

British illusionist James More chatted with Digital Journal about his recent promotion to Member of the Inner Magic Circle (MIMC), as well as fellow magician Jamie Raven.

No films close to 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' as it wins again

It was another crushing victory for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" at the box office. But, fair or not, it is being compared to the original movie.

Dame Helen Mirren earns 2015 Tony nomination for 'The Audience'

Academy Award-winning British actress Helen Mirren is up for a 2015 Tony award for "Leading Actress in a Play" for "The Audience."

Review: ‘The 100-Year-Old Man’ has more fun than his younger counterparts Special

‘The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared’ is darkly humoured Swedish picture about a man for whom life always seems to work out.

Review: Carol Burnett dazzles at the Kupferberg Center at Queens College Special

Emmy-winning comedian Carol Burnett gave the Kupferberg Center at Queens College a night of "Laughter and Reflection" to remember on May 8.

Jimmy Kimmel says he won't compete with Letterman's final episode

Out of respect for David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel says he won't be running a new episode of his own late night program on the night of Letterman's final Late Show.
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