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Sylvester Stallone's Dream Home Is for Sale (with One Nightmare-Inducing Feature)

The whole house looks amazing, but the master suite contains nightmares

Considering his career of playing barely-articulate purveyors of violence in Rocky, Rambo, and The Expendables, Sylvestor Stallone's mansion in La Quinta, California is surprisingly classy.

If you don't mind the faux-Italian villa aesthetic, the four-bedroom, five-bath home has a lot to offer. At nearly 5,000 square feet, the house is appointed with vaulted ceilings, multiple terraces, pools, and fireplaces. Located in a private community with its own golf course, the home's spacious rooms open onto lavish outdoor spaces with beautiful views of California's Coachella Valley. And while the $3.35 million asking price is a lot to ask, it's substantially less than Stallone paid for the house in 2010—more than a million dollars less. It's so much less that you may begin to wonder why the house is being offered at such a steep discount.

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Brian Dennehy, an actor known onscreen for movies like First Blood, Cocoon, and Tommy Boy, died yesterday in New Haven, Connecticut, of cardiac arrest at 81 years old. His family says his death was not related to COVID-19.

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MUSIC

Rocky Premieres Music Video for “How Will I Know”

If a person treats you like garbage, they aren't showing you love.

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Singer, actress, poet, and burlesque performer of Cameroonian descent, Rocky calls Canada home, but she's currently based in Seoul, South Korea.

Her new music video, "How Will I Know," discards trumped-up female gender myths. Rocky explains, "I am pushing back against the idea that Prince Charming will come and save the damsel in distress. With the help of her community, she can save herself. It was really important for me to include a 'shedding.' This represents shedding all the bull we've been taught about beauty and love"

How Will I Know — Rocky youtu.be

With her deliciously raspy voice, reminiscent of Cindi Lauper merged with Macy Gray, over a soulful hip-hop groove, Rocky analyzes the universal question: How will I know if this love is real? "Does he love me? / Does he care?" she sings.

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FILM & TV

BOX OFFICE BREAKDOWN | Super heroes and super bad jokes

APRIL 27TH-29TH | What's coming to theaters this weekend?

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are in another movie together, so I guess working with your significant other can go smoothly?

In Popdust's column, Box Office Breakdown, we aim to inform you of the top flicks to check out every weekend depending on what you're in the mood to enjoy. Looking to laugh? What about having your pants scared off? Maybe you just need a little love? Whatever the case may be, we have you covered. Take a peek at our top picks for this week…

Adventures in Public School

They always make fun of home-schooled kids, but this film looks to shine a spotlight on them...and how awkward it is to transition to actual school. When a sixteen-year-old boy finds out that his mother's teachings have only led to his inability to pass his exams, he must enter the real world and see what it's like to be in the hell we all know as high school. He'll fall in love. He'll try to fit in. Plus, he will discover everything that is a part of traditional teenage rebellion. Get ready to relive all that fun!

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PG-13 | Running Time 1hr 26m | Gravitas Ventures | Director: Kyle Rideout

Starring: Judy Greer, Daniel Doheny, Siobhan Williams, and more!

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Sometime between Clubber Lang and Ivan Drago, Sylvester Stallone went ahead and bought then girlfriend Janice Dickinson a fair pair, but 30 years later, her girls are looking a little worse for the wear.

 

So the original super model has, as per usual, taken to reality TV in a bid to cure what ails her.

On the riveting train wreck that is the new E! show Botched, Janice gets an upgrade. And as much as you want to, you just can’t look away.