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Bill O'Reilly, for years, as one of cable news' thought leaders as a nightly host on Fox News. The conservative commentator was unafraid to ruffle feathers and say exactly what he felt on a given issue, earning him a reputation as someone worthy of attention whether or not a viewer agreed with him.
Dan Maduri, host of Florida Live on 820 AM News Tampa Bay and 98.3 FM Pinellas County, will join a panel on ABC7's News At 7 on Friday night. Host Alan Cohn will have a wide range of topics to discuss, including the upcoming midterm elections.
Peter Jackson solidified his reputation as a grand film maker with his record shattering success on The Lord of the Rings movies. Since 2003, Jackson's filmography has included King Kong, The Adventures of Tintin, and even a return to Middle Earth with his The Hobbit trilogy.
Another Pixar film hits the mark, according to our film reviewer, as the much-awaited Incredibles 2 proves a great follow-up to the original in an era of film marked by superheroes and sequels.
Dan Maduri, host of Florida Live with Dan Maduri, appeared on June 1 on Florida This Week, a weekly show on Tampa's own PBS station WEDU.
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" is losing momentum quickly at the box office, even with a relatively quiet weekend free of any new blockbuster competition. After an underwhelming launch, the space saga fell 65 percent in weekend two with $29.3 million from North American theaters, according to studio estimates on Sunday.
A Republican leader in Florida has said he doesn't understand the anger generated by Roseanne Barr's tweet comparing a former adviser to President Barack Obama to an ape.
George Hamilton has seen a lot, from actual hitmen consulting on mob movies to a bizarre hunting trip at President Lyndon B. Johnson's ranch. The actor was invited into the president's car straight off of a plane, handed a gun, and taken on a hunting trip with the leader of the free world.
Hollywood played host Thursday evening to a few more scoundrels than usual for the world premiere of “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” The film tells the story of the early years of smuggler Han Solo, who was played by Harrison Ford in seven films in the “Star Wars” franchise.