The GRAMMYs, new trailers, and Cineworld’s saving grace are just a few of the biggest events that have happened this week.
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The Last of Us: Part II leads with a whopping ten nominations including one for Game of the Year!
Fronted by the incredibly talented Krysten Ritter (Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23, Breaking…
Georgie Holmes reminiscences on the band’s sophomore album which released 10 years ago!
Double Fantasy, a turning point in Lennon’s career and the music industry hits the big fortieth anniversary.
After a hiatus, weekly roundups are back, so read here to find out what’s happened this week in news!
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