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Kanye West reportedly demands Melbourne burger restaurant to change logo and burger names

Kanye West fan in Melbourne who named his burger restaurant after the rapper has reportedly been sent a cease and desist by his legal team, requesting its logo and burger names be changed.Mark Elkhouri noticed that West had begun following his College Dropout Burgers business – named after the rapper’s 2004 debut album – on Instagram and was watching stories posted through the account, initially believing it to be a mark of approval. West is still currently following the business on Instagram.However, a letter from West’s lawyers soon arrived, The Age reports.

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Hooters waitress on wildest shifts – from shooting to bomb scare and celeb sightings
Hooters waitress has revealed just how crazy her job can get.Brenda Perez, 23, from Miami, Florida, has also opened up about what the customers are really like and what she usually makes in tips.The law student has worked for the American restaurant chain for two years – and it never gets boring.She works there part-time so that she can graduate from school debt-free.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, she said: “Every day is definitely a new story and occasionally we get some celebrities coming in. Just the other day Jason Derulo came in with his girl and kid.“Then other days, we’re pulled into the parking lot while a bomb squad scopes out the building because someone left a note in the men's bathroom saying they planted a bomb in the restaurant.“Another time we had a car drive by and shoot at us with an AK filled with water pellets, it was so realistic everyone, including customers, ducked under tables and behind bars like we were in a Quentin Tarantino movie.”It may shock people but Brenda says the majority of customers that come to her location are families and couples.“Don’t get me wrong, we definitely get the stereotypical men who push their luck but it’s not as typical as most would think,” she explained.“It’s kinda funny though, sometimes a parent will come in shielding their child’s eyes asking if we allow kids.
Damien Chazelle’s Star-Studded Hollywood Drama ‘Babylon’ Drops Footage at CinemaCon
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media ReporterDirector Damien Chazelle brought the ol’ razzle dazzle to CinemaCon, showcasing the first look at his next film “Babylon,” a star-studded homage to Hollywood’s golden era.Attendees of CinemaCon, the annual gathering of movie theater owners that’s currently unfolding at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, were treated to never-before-seen footage of “Babylon,” which puts the spotlight on Brad Pitt as silent film star John Gilbert and Margot Robbie as Roaring Twenties icon Clara Bow.Prior to Paramount’s presentation at CinemaCon, little had been revealed about “Babylon,” which is set in the late 1920s during the movie industry’s transition from silent films to talkies.Based on the first-look footage of glamorous parties against a backdrop of an entertainment business in flux, “Babylon” looks like a mix between Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” “You know what we have to do… we have to redefine the form,” Pitt’s character. “When I first moved to Hollywood, the stars on all the doors said ‘No actors and no dogs allowed.'”Robbie’s character is less worried about her place in showbiz.

Quentin Jerome Tarantino (born March 27, 1963) is an American filmmaker, actor, film programmer, and cinema owner.

His films are characterized by nonlinear storylines, satirical subject matter, aestheticization of violence, extended scenes of dialogue, ensemble casts, references to popular culture and a wide variety of other films, soundtracks primarily containing songs and score pieces from the 1960s to the 1980s, alternate history, and features of neo-noir film.