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So did you watch the Super Bowl? Did you see the Half-time show? Did you see the commercials? Did you see the trailers?

Did didn't see any of it. It's mainly because I'm old and I don't care, but I did however check out a few of the trailers for upcoming shows and movies. Westworld looks good. Solo was meh. Avengers was a thumbs up.

What did you think folks? Was your favorite think from the Sunday night viewing extravaganza?

Be Well,
Steve


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Lady Gaga cancels 10 concerts due to illness
Pop music star Lady Gaga has announced she is canceling the remaining 10 dates of the European leg of her Joanne World Tour.

The Grammy Award-winner has been candid about the chronic pain she suffers due to fibromyalgia, a condition that has forced her to scrap other performances in the past.

"I'm so devastated I don't know how to describe it," she wrote in a social media post Saturday. "All I know is that if I don't do this, I am not standing by the words or meaning of my music. My medical team is supporting the decision for me to recover at home. We're canceling the last 10 shows of my Joanne World Tour. I love this show more than anything, and I love you, but this is beyond my control. London, Manchester, Zurich, Koln, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris, Berlin. And Rio. I promise I will be back in your city, but for now, I need to put myself and my well-being first. I love you, forever."

Ticketholders are advised to seek refunds at the point of purchase, starting Tuesday.


Danny McBride's 'Dundee' is Super Bowl ad for Australia tourism
Danny McBride's mysterious Dundee project was unveiled to be a commercial for Australian tourism and not a sequel to Paul Hogan's Crocodile Dundee Sunday during the Super Bowl.

A new trailer for Dundee premiered during the big game and featured McBride once again as the American son of Crocodile Dundee who teams up with Chris Hemsworth to find his missing father in the outback.

As McBride and Hemsworth's journey unfolds, the Eastbound & Down star realizes he is not actually in a movie but rather an ad that promotes the best Australia has to offer including beaches and wineries.

"But listen, you're the best Crocodile Dundee since Crocodile Dundee," Hemsworth says to a disappointed McBride before the commercial cuts to Hogan as the iconic film character who makes a face.

"It wasn't like I was looking to do a Super Bowl commercial, but I just thought the concept of this was just too funny to see what people's reaction would be like," McBride said to Business Insider about taking on the project that led people to believe that a film sequel to Crocodile Dundee was coming.

"I just sat back and watched the whole thing unfold," he said.

A previous trailer for Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns, announced the rest of the cast for the fake movie which included Hollywood stars from Australia such as Hugh Jackman, Margot Robbie, Isla Fisher, Ruby Rose, Liam Hemsworth, Jessica Mauboy, Luke Bracey and Russell Crowe.


LOOSE LIPS:
"I'm so proud of all you've accomplished and all that is ahead for you. plus you're a super hot dad. A ninja dad. A kiddie teeth brushing, Jedi sleep mind tricking, intimidating dad voice disciplining SUPER HOT DAD. I love you, you hot dad."
--Jessica Biel, celebrating husband Justin Timberlake's birthday, on Instagram



??? Guess Who ???

Which actor cheered on the Eagles at Super Bowl LII?


'This is Us' cast hugs America following emotional episode
The cast of NBC's This is Us including Milo Ventimiglia, Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore, Justin Hartley and Chrissy Metz, appeared on The Tonight Show Sunday following the airing of an emotional episode that explained how Ventimiglia's Jack Pearson died.

Host Jimmy Fallon discussed the episode, which aired following the Super Bowl, and gathered the cast around a camera to comfort America with a symbolic hug.

"I feel like after the episode, I need a hug from you guys, and America needs a hug," Fallon said alongside the cast who proclaimed "We love you guys!"

Ventimiglia is seen in the episode rescuing his family from a fire started in their home by a faulty crock-pot. He rushes back into the house to save the family dog and appears to have survived the ordeal until he dies from cardiac arrest at a hospital due to inhaling too much smoke.

"It was very secretive. We had scripts that were on red paper because they can't be photocopied," Ventimiglia said about the lengths NBC went on to ensure that events from the episode would remain secret. "We had a password when we were talking about the actual event."

Ventimiglia also shared on Twitter that Jack Pearson will still be featured on This is Us in the future. "Just so everyone knows it....#JackPearson lives in all of our hearts. He's you. He's me. He's Us. Thank you all for supporting our show. We love you all :) And this isn't the end of Jack. Stay tuned," he said.


'Westworld' Season 2 trailer announces April premiere date
HBO released the first trailer for Season 2 of Westworld which included confirmation that the sci-fi western will be returning on April 22.

The clip, first released during the Super Bowl but then expanded online with a longer run time, features star Evan Rachel Wood delivering a narration about building a new world alongside footage of Westworld's sweeping vistas and open ranges.

"We built this world together, a world where dreams come true. A world where you can be free," Wood, as her character Dolores Abernathy says. "This world is a lie. This world deserves to die because this is your world. We've lived by your rules long enough. We can save this world, we can burn it to the ground and from the ashes build a new world: our world."

Thandie Newton is also featured in the trailer leading a pack of robotic bulls as they run through the theme parks hidden labs, taking out an armed soldier in the process.

Westworld Season 2 had its production suspended in November after an unidentified actor suffered from a medical emergency. Shooting was also put on hold briefly in December due to the wildfires that affected Southern California.


??? Guess Who ???

Which actor cheered on the Eagles at Super Bowl LII?

Bradley Cooper spent Sunday animatedly cheering on the Philadelphia Eagles at Super Bowl LII.

The 43-year-old actor's enthusiasm was infectious as he watched the Eagles play the New England Patriots at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.

Cooper was spotted clapping, pointing and making faces as he watched the game with girlfriend Irina Shayk. The couple were seated next to Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, and also met up with actor Miles Teller and his fiance, Keleigh Sperry.

"The OG eagles fan #dillydilly go @bradleycooper @irinashayk," Sperry captioned a photo of the group on Instagram.

Cooper, who was born in Philadelphia, has been an Eagles fan since childhood. He said in an interview with Philadelphia's The Inquirer in January that his late father, Charles Cooper, inspired his love for the team.

"We brought the TV into the kitchen so we wouldn't miss anything," the star recalled of watching past games.

Cooper's character in the 2012 movie Silver Linings Playbook was also a huge Eagles fan. Cooper will next voice Rocket in Avengers: Infinity War, and will also star in A Star is Born with Lady Gaga.

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