GO 386

August 09, 2020

GO 386 - Entertainment Magazine covering Daytona Beach, FL

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F2 Sunday, August 9, 2020 THE DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL | GO386.COM SUBMIT AN EVENT Go to news- journalonline.com/ calendar. The GO386 calendar is for arts and entertainment events such as festivals, dances, live music or theater. For faith, health, garden and food listings, email features@ news-jrnl.com. For other community events, email mycommunitynews@ news-jrnl.com. Submissions for GO386 must be received by noon Friday for publication the following Friday. THINGS TO DO INDEX Best sellers .............. F4 Books ..................... F5 Music ..................... F6 Movies .................... F7 Television ..........F8-F23 ON THE COVER A statue of William Shakespeare stands tall in Warwickshire, United Kingdom. A production featuring all of the famous playwright's plays, rolled into one show, will be staged at the Athens Theatre in DeLand Aug. 12-23. [STOCK] ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Jewell Tomazin, jtomazin@news-jrnl.com The Associated Press H e r e ' s a c o l l e c t i o n curated by The Associ- ated Press' entertainment j o u r n a l i s t s o f w h a t ' s arriving on TV, stream- ing services and music platforms this week. MOVIES "American Pickle" Seth Rogen plays dual roles in this film about a man from the 1920s who falls into a vat of pickle juice, wakes up fully preserved 100 years later and gets a chance to know his great-grandson — a Brooklyn-based app developer. Part "Being There" meets "Kate & Leopold," part Rogen- joint, "American Pickle," has a sweet-heart and a few fun gags that made t h i s a p l e a s a n t w a t c h when it hit HBO Max on Thursday. "Peanut Butter Falcon" If you want to keep the warm feelings going, the good-natured "Peanut B u t t e r F a l c o n " h i t Amazon Video on Thurs- day as well. This lovely 2019 indie (and sleeper box office hit) features Shia LaBeouf and new- comer Zack Gottsagen on a Huck Finn-type journey across North Carolina. It's a soulful performance from LaBeouf, but it's Gottsagen, who has Down syndrome, who wins over your heart as a young wrestling-obsessed man who is determined to be free. "Howard" L y r i c i s t H o w a r d Ashman has been gone for almost 30 years, but his witty and nimble work lives on in the songs of "Little Shop of Horrors," "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aladdin." In this documentary streaming on Disney+, director Don Hahn tells Ashman's story with the help of family, friends and collaborators and how he created some of his most iconic works while secretly battling AIDS. — AP Film Writer Lind- sey Bahr MUSIC Luke Bryan C o u n t r y s u p e r s t a r Luke Bryan is looking to his roots on his sev- enth album. The Georgia n a t i v e ' s s m a l l - t o w n values helped shape "Born Here Live Here Die Here," his new album out since Friday. The album fea- tures the hits "Knockin' Boots," "What She Wants Tonight" and "One Mar- garita." The 10-song set is Br yan's first album s i n c e 2 0 1 7 ' s " W h a t Makes You Country" and its release was delayed because of the coronavi- rus pandemic. Aminé Multi-platinum rapper Aminé released his soph- omore album, "Limbo," on Friday. The album fea- tures the singles "Riri," "Shimmy" and the Young T h u g - a s s i s t e d " C o m - pensating." Aminé also turned heads this year, appearing on the fourth season of the hit HBO series "Insecure," which earned eight Emmy nomi- nations last week. — A P M u s i c E d i t o r Mesfin Fekadu N E W T H I S W E E K Jeff Foxworthy hosts TV show, 2 Seth Rogens star in 1 fi lm Jeff Foxworthy, host of the new series "What's It Worth?" which debuted at 9 p.m. Tuesday. [JUSTIN STEPHENS/A&E VIA AP] Seth Rogen in a scene from "An American Pickle." [HOPPER STONE/HBO MAX VIA AP] See NEW, F3

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