The three-year-old 15,700-capacity Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, will be renamed Resorts World Arena in December to match the name of the Resorts World Birmingham shopping and entertainment center across the street.
Netflix has set Oct. 19 for the second part of its Emmy-winning docuseries “Making a Murderer.”
The Rolling Stones announced Nov. 16 as the release date for archive concert film “Voodoo Lounge Uncut” – a restored, remixed and remastered film with 10 previously unreleased performances including guests Sheryl Crow, Robert Cray and Bo Diddley form the Voodoo Lounge tour.
Veteran CAA literary agent Adam Berkowitz, who packaged several TV series, has exited the company and, although details are scarce, Deadline Hollywood suggests it is related to “an alleged incident at the Emmys Governors Ball.”
Actor/musician Will Smith is expected to celebrate his 50th birthday today by jumping out of a helicopter over the Grand Canyon and will be live streamed 2:45 PST/5:45 PST here.
Soccer’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid is planning on some major renovations, seen here:
Arup and Gfinity plc are teaming up to design a “world-leading integrated e-sports venue,” according to Pan Stadia, and will design a “scalable, specialist playing, watching, training, learning and broadcast facility which will enable gamers of all levels to come together, share experiences and compete” but it is not known where it will be or when.
K-pop supergroup BTS told the youth of the world to “speak yourself” at the United Nations.
Today, the Country Music Association celebrates its 60th anniversary, as the United States Senate, House of Representatives, and the City of Nashville, officially proclaim Sept. 25 Country Music Association Day with the CMA hosting a special invite-only anniversary celebration Wednesday, Sept. 26 in Nashville.