Month: July 2020

Following the release of the debut trailer for his upcoming crime-thriller film The Tax Collector, director David Ayer has been accused of “brownfacing” after casting actor Shia LaBeouf as one of the film’s characters. After the trailer’s release, multiple Twitter users questioned Ayer’s decision to cast LaBeouf in the role. “Tell all the kids how you’re
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Don’t erase Hamilton from the Oscar narrative just yet. While the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said on Monday that the filmed version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic Broadway musical, which recently premiered on Disney+, is ineligible for the 2021 ceremony, a source close to the film told Vanity Fair this week that Disney
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Atlanta rapper SahBabii has released a new project tonight called Barnacles. The project follows 2019’s three-track 3P and 2018’s full-length Squidtastic. Barnacles includes March’s “Double Dick” and the new song “Tongue Demon.” Hear SahBabii’s Barnacles below. Read more about SahBabii in “Why Is Rap Obsessed with Naruto?” on the Pitch. Barnacles: 01 Barnacles02 Ready To
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Two women, after losing their jobs at a high-end strip club, are determined to climb the corporate ladder using their feminine wiles. The CEO, an unabashed womanizer who delights in the torment of women, is the only person standing in their way. REVIEW: It doesn’t take a whole lot to get
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Munroe Bergdorf has had to navigate her way through her fair share of hostile environments, both in real life and online. Here, in the latest edition of GLAMOUR UNFILTERED, our bi-monthly celebrity chat show hosted by Josh Smith, the model and activist speaks powerfully about dealing with negativity, damaging aspects of feminism, why we need
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The Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Roberts, fell last month and required an overnight stay in the hospital, a Supreme Court spokeswoman confirmed to Deadline on Tuesday. The Washington Post broke the story. Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized overnight last month after injuring his head in a fall https://t.co/VxH0foaJju — The
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UKTV’s Alibi has greenlit Barcelona-set drama The Diplomat from Bodyguard producer World Productions and Cobra writer Ben Richards. It marks the third original drama from the broadcaster following We Hunt Together, which was recently picked up by Showtime, and Red Production Company’s Traces. The six-part series, which is described as Spooks meets The Good Wife,
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Imagine the answers to the most sensitive and informational questions of over 50 of the most admired and illuminating stars, the most iconic and legendary Rock Stars, the most hysterically funny humorists, and the most popular TV personalities all under one roof…..or in one book so to speak. “Waiting For Adam” is Rock Star journalist
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Mamma mia! Is this the sight of a new Hollywood romance?  While fans are seeing much less of their favorite stars amid the coronavirus pandemic and in this age of social distancing, a recent joint sighting has the Internet doubly buzzing—that of Chris Evans and Lily James. The typically private Defending Jacob actor and Yesterday actress were spotted by photographers
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Meek Mill makes his acting debut in the Sundance fave ‘Charm City Kings.’ HL spoke with Jahi Winston about working with the rapper, how the film brings ‘light’ to a ‘marginalized and vilified city,’ and more. Charm City Kings follows Mouse, played by Jahi Winston, a young man who desperately wants to join The Midnight
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FX has put in development a new series from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, Deadline has confirmed. Details are being kept under wraps, but we hear the project is a half-hour dramedy with a mystery element and Charlie Kaufman-type odd and quirky comedic tone. Weiner would write, direct and executive produce. FX Productions would produce.
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