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    Chance the Rapper took to Twitter Monday to let fans know he could use the help of an intern.

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    He said he is looking for “someone with experience in putting together decks and writing proposals” and later clarified that he’s seeking someone to fulfill a job.

    The Chicago rapper then told Twitter users to pitch themselves to him. 

    Nearly 3,000 people responded.

    Some uploaded their resumes, while others explained important accomplishments. Others sent eager gifs.

    When asked if there was a hard deadline for “applying,” the 23-year-musician said there wasn’t one because he is “trying to find someone specific.”

    Chance donated  $1 million to public schools in Chicago earlier this month after meeting with Chicago Gov. Bruce Rauner. The two met to discuss funding for public schools in the city. Chance expressed disappointment and said he got “a lot of vague answers” from Rauner. 


    An English judge handed down an eight-week jail sentence Monday to a woman who played an Ed Sheeran song at top volume and on repeat for an hour, according to multiple reports.

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    Sonia Bryce, 36, played Sheeran’s “Shape of You” on repeat, despite complaints from her neighbors and their five children, The Telegraph reported.

    “I used to like Ed Sheeran but I’ve taken him off my playlist,” neighbor Clare Tidmarsh told the newspaper. “It drove us crazy,"

    As part of her defense, The Telegraph reported Bryce claimed “that she does not actually like Ed Sheeran that much.”

    Bryce’s landlords, Walsall Housing Group Ltd, got a court order last year that barred the Walsall woman from “creating a nuisance or annoyance,” ITV News reported. She violated the injunction several times and was sentenced to six weeks in jail last December, according to the news station.

    "You must learn that you should behave as a reasonable and responsible adult, and not make life for your neighbors the misery that you have," Judge Philip Gregory of Walsall County Court told Bryce on Monday, according to The Telegraph.

    "Everybody is entitled to live in a degree of peace and quiet with the usual give and take of society, but you do not behave like a civilized person, and you have got to learn that you will," he said.

    Stars of the Great White Way put their voices together to help save arts funding endangered by President Donald Trump’s proposed budget.

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    Cast members from hit shows like “Hamilton,” “Rent,” “Cats,” and “Les Miserables” belted out a gospel-like version of the Beatles hit “With a Little Help From My Friends” to help gain support for the National Endowment of the Arts, Billboard reported.

    The single was recently released on iTunes and Amazon with all of the profits going to Americans for the Arts

    The push to save funding for the arts has had some big-name support, with Josh Groban and Barbra Streisand tweeting to save arts funding.

    There is also a petition on to send a message to Washington on how important many believe arts are to the country.

    Trump has proposed to eliminate the National Endowment of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities, CNN and other media outlets have reported.

    Click here to read Trump’s budget proposal.

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    More clips are being unveiled as the tale as old as time gets its own live-action retelling.

    Disney released the full official trailer for the new version of "Beauty and the Beast."

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    The film, which stars Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as Beast, will be released March 17, 2017.

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    "Beauty and the Beast" is the latest in Disney's efforts to reimagine its classic animated films.

    Over the past few years, Disney has released either full retellings of films like "Cinderella" and "The Jungle Book," or have released movies from another character's perspective, like "Maleficent."

    Disney also has live-action adaptations in the works for "Mary Poppins," "Mulan" and "Snow White."

    Many wondered how Emma Watson would look as Belle, the heroine from Disney's live-action version of "Beauty and the Beast."

    Months ago, we got a sneak peek at the end of the teaser trailer

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    But Wednesday, Entertainment Weekly pulled the curtain back and gave fans a glimpse into Beast's cursed castle.

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    He's been teasing it for days, but Hugh Jackman and 20th Century Fox are giving fans of the X-Men franchise their first full look at the upcoming installment of the comic book movie series, "Logan."

    Jackman, posting to Twitter, and Fox, posting to YouTube released the first full trailer of the film due out next year. 

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    The trailer shows an older Logan than we last saw in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and "X-Men: Apocalypse."

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    It also features Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier.

    "Logan" hits theaters on March 3.