Entertainment News Roundup: Kim Kardashian Passes Key Test to Become a Lawyer; Rave reviews can help ‘Spider-Man’ give theaters a holiday gift and more

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Kim Kardashian passes a key test to become a lawyer

Kim Kardashian has cleared a major hurdle in her unconventional quest to become a lawyer. The reality TV star and entrepreneur said on Twitter on Monday that she had passed California’s freshman law student exam, a one-day test required of aspiring state attorneys who don’t follow. the traditional route of attending an accredited law school.

Rave Reviews May Help ‘Spider-Man’ Give Theaters a Holiday Gift

The new cinematic adventure “Spider-Man” has won rave reviews from film critics, and box office analysts have predicted the superhero action spectacle will set sales records in the era. of the pandemic in cinemas this weekend. “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” produced by Sony Corp and Walt Disney Co.’s movie studio, stars Tom Holland as Marvel’s superhero and Zendaya as his girlfriend, MJ. The film hits theaters exclusively on Friday.

Puerto Rican music producer Flow La Movie dies in Dominican plane crash

A private jet crashed outside Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic on Wednesday, killing all nine people on board, including Puerto Rican music producer Flow La Movie, according to the airline and local media. The Gulfstream GIVSP that crashed at Las Americas Airport had left for Miami with two crew members and seven passengers, including one Dominican and the rest of other nationalities, the plane’s operator, Helidosa, said. AviationGroup.

Billie Eilish Says Watching Porn From Age 11 ‘Really Wrecked My Brain’

Grammy-winning singer Billie Eilish has opened up about an addiction to watching pornography, starting at age 11, and how it gave her nightmares and ruined her when she started dating. Eilish, who turns 20 on Saturday, was speaking Monday on “The Howard Stern Show” on Sirius XM radio.

Hollywood largely silent on Golden Globe nominations amid controversy

Dramas “The Power of the Dog” and “Belfast” led Monday’s nominations for the annual Golden Globes in a year clouded by controversy and a scaled-down ceremony. “Belfast,” set in 1970s Northern Ireland, and director Jane Campion’s western “The Power of the Dog” got seven nods apiece. They were followed by the global warming satire “Don’t Look Up”; “King Richard”, about the father of tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams; Director Steven Spielberg’s new take on the classic musical “West Side Story” and coming-of-age tale “Licorice Pizza” with four each.

UNESCO honors Congolese rumba as a cultural treasure

The intoxicating rhythms of Congolese rumba were hailed by UNESCO on Tuesday as it added Central African music and dance to its list of world cultural treasures. The Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo had submitted a joint bid to have their rumba given heritage status for its unique sound that blends the drumming of enslaved Africans with the melodies of Spanish colonizers.

One minute with: Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Colman on “The Lost Daughter”

Maggie Gyllenhaal brings Elena Ferrante’s novel “The Lost Daughter” to the big screen for her directorial debut, a gripping drama about motherhood choices starring Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman. Colman plays Leda, who, while alone on vacation in Greece, befriends a young mother and her daughter. The encounter brings back painful memories of her own decisions about her children.

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