1. From CBS News: Trevor Noah of "The Daily Show" hosted the ceremony from the Los Angeles Convention Center, and as with other award shows held during the pandemic, there was no audience for the Grammys this year. Highlights included, Beyoncé becoming the most-decorated woman in Grammys history. Selena receives the Lifetime Achievement award. Billie Eilish accepted the Grammy for Record of the Year for her song "Everything I Wanted" from presenter Ringo Starr. Global phenomenon BTS made their Grammy debut performing their smash hit "Dynamite" remotely in a pre-recorded performance. The seven-member KPop juggernaut was nominated for "Best Duo/Group Performance" for the song, which lost to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain on Me." Promoting the hashtag Scammy’s from the KPop Army. Dua Lipa made good on her 2019 Best New Artist win Sunday, as her "Future Nostalgia" earned Best Pop Vocal Album. Megan Thee Stallion won the first televised award of the night, Best New Artist.
2. From T3Medias: Early Monday morning, after the lifting of the embargo, came roaring in of the reviews of Justice League Snyder Cut edition that’s set to release Thursday, March 18th on HBO Max. The Snyder Cut of the Justice League was a fan request that motivated Warner Brothers to fund the project giving Zack Snyder the chance to release the version he intended and then-some. From Darkseid to Black Suit Superman, the expectations of geeks around the world are high. If you are already a fan of Snyder and enjoy some of the work he did with Warner you’re sure to enjoy this additional 2 hours of new footage and if you’re not much of a fan maybe nothing will change for you. We’re sure some none believer will be converted but will it be enough to launch a sequel? Will Henry Cavil return? Some of the things that have been mentioned by critics who’ve seen the film early have said: There’s ambitious mythology at work, revealing the epic that Snyder had envisioned and restoring world-building. Came from The New York Times and even YouTubers like Tyrone Magnus applauded the film saying that Zack Snyder knocked it out of the park and it one of the best movies he’s ever seen.
3. From T3Medias.com: Are you ready for the Oscars this year or do you feel like, because of the pandemic, they should skip this year and push to 2022? The Oscars will take place on Sunday, April 25. The show will be televised live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Let's take a look at a few of the nominees.
O N T H E P A N E L:
▶ Chris Fagan @chrisfagan1980
▶ Amy Newman @amy_n_newman & @amy.n.newman
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