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Golden Globes, Tarnished This Year, Announce 2022 Nominations

With Snoop Dogg taking the stage to read some of the nominees during an early-morning livestream, the embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association today announced its nominees for the 2022 Golden Globe Awards — with “Belfast” and “The Power of the Dog” garnering a leading seven nods apiece in film, and HBO’s “Succession” getting five noms to lead among TV shows. Now the big question is, will anyone in Hollywood care? After months of turmoil inside the HFPA prompted by questions about the group’s diversity and ethical standards, these 79th Golden Globes will not have a broadcast partner when winners are

Police Tie Car Used in Young Dolph’s Killing to 2nd Shooting

Police in Tennessee have tied a car used in the killing of rapper Young Dolph to a shooting that left a woman dead and wounded another person days before the ambush on the hip-hop artist, authorities said Monday. Two men exited a white Mercedes-Benz and fired shots into a Memphis bakery where Young Dolph was buying cookies Wednesday and killed him, Memphis police said. Police have released photos taken from surveillance video that captured the shooting, but no suspect information has been released and no arrests have been made. The same car was used in a Nov. 12 shooting in

`Red Notice,’ `Arcane’ Top Netflix Ratings

“Red Notice” was the most-watched English-language film for the second time in the two weeks it has streamed on Netflix, according to figures released by the streaming service today. Viewers spent 129.11 million hours watching the action comedy starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot between Nov. 15 and Sunday. Viewership dropped 13.2% from the 148.72 million hours the previous week, when it was available for three days  “The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star” was second, with viewers spending 24.77 million hours watching the Christmas romantic comedy in its first four days of release. The animated series “Arcane” was

Cisco Plans $41 Million Office in Atlanta, Hiring 700

The California-based tech giant is investing $41 million to open in a massive complex developed on land owned by Georgia Tech. Cisco says it wants to focus on hiring more engineers and programmers from Georgia Tech, Georgia State University and the colleges of the historically Black Atlanta University Center: Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University and the Morehouse School of Medicine.