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Latest ‘Pirates’ movie follows the formula

Since Hollywood loves a nostalgic reboot, it’s no surprise that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise is setting sail once again, six years after 2011’s “On Stranger Tides.” For this film, subtitled “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” Disney has hired a lesser-known filmmaking duo to reanimate the series – a pair of Norwegian filmmakers, Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, who helmed the 2012 oceanic adventure film “Kon-Tiki.” What they’ve delivered is a cookie-cutter “Pirates” movie that faithfully follows the formula.

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Chris Cornell's final performance of Black Hole Sun before his death

Instagram user Megan Rebecca shared clips and images of Chris Cornell's final performance with Soundgarden at Detroit’s Fox Theater on May 17. This clip shows his performance of the band’s hit "Black Hole Sun."
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Chris Cornell's final performance of Black Hole Sun before his death 0:26

Chris Cornell's final performance of Black Hole Sun before his death

Harry Styles mocks Washington State arrest in late night show opening monologue 0:49

Harry Styles mocks Washington State arrest in late night show opening monologue

Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer rolls podium down New York street 0:35

Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer rolls podium down New York street

'Star Wars' fanatics take part in world's largest lightsaber battle 2:03

'Star Wars' fanatics take part in world's largest lightsaber battle