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Springsteen and McCartney headline Sandy concert; "Rocky" musical

Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 01:17

Nov. 16 - The latest celebrity news including Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney headlining Sandy relief concert and Stallone promotes ''Rocky'' musical. John Russell reports.

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PLEASE NOTE THIS EDIT CONTAINS 4:3 MATERIAL Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Paul McCartney will headline a list of stars signed up to perform at a special "12.12.12" Concert for Sandy Relief at Madison Square Garden next month, according to organizers. The December 12 event, aimed at helping those impacted by the hurricane. Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone was in Hamburg, Germany on Friday (November 16) for a news conference to promote the first stage adaptation of his cult film, 'Rocky.' The musical's world premiere, "Rocky - The Musical," will open on Sunday. With a budget of 15 million dollars and Hollywood stalwarts comprising its creative team, the show has been hotly anticipated. Comic actor Ben Stiller has been at the top of his game for nearly three decades in film and television, and Thursday (November 15) night, a few of his best celebrity friends hit the town in Beverly Hills to prove it. Jennifer Aniston, Laura Dern and Martin Short were among the handfuls of stars who came together to pay tribute to their friend and co-star as he was honored at a gala event for the 26th Annual American Cinematheque, a non-profit organization honoring extraordinary contributions to film. The only direction is One Direction in a new pop-up store preparing to open in New York City, dedicated to the boy band. This will be the eighth and largest 1D World store to open and will house over 125 products just in time for gift giving season.

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Springsteen and McCartney headline Sandy concert; "Rocky" musical

Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 01:17

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