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George Stephanopoulos highlights return to GMA with very rare social media appearance
George Stephanopoulos was able to enjoy a restful bit of time away from his usual hosting duties on Good Morning America, but he's finally back!MORE: GMA fans react to temporary shake-up as main hosts George, Robin and Michael enjoy day offThe journalist marked his return to his hosting chair alongside a very rare social media post, showcasing the story he'd been working on recently.VIDEO: Ali Wentworth jokes she's divorcing George Stephanopoulos live on GMAGeorge shared a clip from his segment on the latest installment of GMA speaking with Henry Kissinger in the wake of his new book.He also included a photograph of him taken during the interview, showing what he was able to get up to while away.MORE: George Stephanopoulos makes rare social media appearance alongside daughters for Father's Day"I spoke to former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about his new book, 'Leadership: Six Studies in World Strategy,' his influential life, 50 years since Watergate and much more," he wrote, informing his followers to catch the full interview on ABC News later that night and streaming later on Hulu.A post shared by Good Morning America (@goodmorningamerica)George returned to share his story with Henry KissingerHis fans welcomed him back to social media and praised his interview, with many simply leaving behind applause emojis and expressing interest in learning more.George, along with his usual co-hosts Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan, were away from their morning hot seats as they enjoyed the Fourth of July long weekend.MORE: Michael Strahan makes hilarious remark about co-star George StephanopoulosMORE: Ali Wentworth calls out husband George Stephanopoulos live on GMAHowever, the former White House press secretary had been away
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Watch rare footage of Frank Ocean singing at his high school graduation
Frank Ocean singing at his high school graduation – check out the video below.The recently surfaced video shows Ocean singing at his 2005 high school graduation in New Orleans.The video begins with another graduate introducing Ocean — born Christopher Breaux – before he takes the mic and leads his class and the audience in singing the John Ehret High School Alma Mater.Check out the moment here:Last month, there were reports that Ocean is reportedly set to direct his debut movie, with independent studio A24 in talks to distribute the project.According to Discussing Film, A24 – the company behind Uncut Gems and Everything Everywhere All At Once – and another production company, 2AM, are both in line to work on the unnamed project.Ocean has a connection to A24, having licensed his music to a number of the studio’s films in the past – including Waves, which featured his songs ‘Godspeed’ and ‘Seigfried’ – and wrote the foreword to a published version of Moonlight in 2019.A24’s previous link-ups with musicians include a production deal with Travis Scott in 2021, with Scott’s company Cactus Jack signing up for a series of films.It was also reported in 2020 that Ocean had been working on a “secret” project with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino. No further details about the potential plot, cast or release date of Ocean’s latest potential film have been confirmed yet.Despite being confirmed for Coachella 2023, the last glimpse of new music from Ocean came on Christmas Day last year, when he shared a new song on his Apple Music show, Blonded Radio.Ocean added that the new song, which appears to be untitled, was recorded in a single take with Cory Henry in summer 2020.
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Ray Liotta: Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro mourn the loss of the Hollywood star
Ray Liotta’s death announcement shocked the film industry, with many actors and directors publicly sharing emotional messages remembering the star.It was announced that Liotta died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic at 67. He was on location filming the movie ‘Dangerous Waters’ and accompanied by his fiancee Jacy Nittolo.“We were deeply saddened to learn of Ray’s passing, it’s a tremendous loss and our heartfelt condolences go out to his family, fiancé Jacy and daughter Karsen,” producers of the film shared to The Hollywood Reporter.The actor was known for his iconic roles throughout his successful career in Hollywood, from playing Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas (1990), Shoeless Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams (1989), to Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story (2019), Steven Soderbergh’s No Sudden Move (2021) and Alan Taylor’s The Many Saints of Newark (2021).“He was so uniquely gifted, so adventurous, so courageous as an actor,” Martin Scorsese stated, sharing his experience working with him, “Playing Henry Hill in Goodfellas was a tall order, because the character had so many different facets, so many complicated layers, and Ray was in almost every scene of a long, tough shoot.”“He absolutely amazed me, and I’ll always be proud of the work we did together on that picture,” the acclaimed director declared.“My heart goes out to his loved ones, and it aches for his loss, way too early.” Robert De Niro stated, “I was very saddened to learn of Ray’s passing.
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Where the Goodfellas cast are now – death, famous daughter and assassination attempt
the death of veteran actor Ray Liotta, fans are mourning the loss of an icon who served up one of the most acclaimed performances to grace our screens.Ray starred as Henry Hill, a short-tempered mob man who dreamt of being in a gang in Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award-nominated crime drama, Goodfellas.The legendary actor, who died at the age of 67, starred alongside legendary movie stars such as Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.From high-profile divorces, Oscar-winning children and quitting the big screen, let’s take a look at where the actors are now, 32 years since the movie’s release…After landing the starring role as wannabe mobster Henry Hill, New Jersey native Ray Liotta continued to cultivate an impressive list of acting credits throughout is career.He starred alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Johnny Depp in cocaine drama Blow, John Travolta in the movie Wild Hogs and portrayed singer Frank Sinatra in the 1998 TV movie The Rat Pack.Ray’s private life saw its share of ups and downs after he married actress and producer Michelle Grace before divorcing a few years later.The two share Ray’s only child, his daughter Karsen. In 2007 Ray found himself on the wrong side of the law when he hit two parked cars while driving an SUV in Los Angeles.He was subsequently arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, with police saying at the time that “Officers conducted a test on Mr.