Month: March 2021

BET Goes Online-Only In UKViacomCBS’s BET is to become an online-only channel in the UK on April 8. The channel will be officially housed on Channel 5 streamer, My5, as well as on ViacomCBS’s advertising-supported streamer Pluto, where it launches on April 5. Alongside the digital switch, BET has unveiled its first UK originals slate:
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EXCLUSIVE: George Blagden (Vikings, Versailles) and Anna Popplewell (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe) will lead the cast of The Gallery, a UK interactive hostage-thriller project that will also be delivered separately as a linear film. The feature contains two narratives, one following a female protagonist which takes place in
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Empowered women empower women—and that includes sharing lessons learned along the way, even if they’re not always about the finest moments. Often it’s in the most challenging of times that the clearest path forward actually emerges. To celebrate that spirit of continuing to forge ahead, Combs Enterprises and CÎROC tapped Culture Creators—a women-led organization started
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The close bond between Angelina Jolie and her daughter, Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, was apparent in this sweet photo of their shopping outing in Hollywood on March 29. Angelina Jolie and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt have two things in common, besides their last name: a love for shopping and one another! The 45-year-old Maleficent star and her 12-year-old daughter were seen
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Hollywood’s portrayal of Asian women in media is historically upsetting. Harmful stereotypes, hypersexualization, and fetishization have played into onscreen projects for decades, including on NBC’s The Office. Actress Kat Ahn recently opened up to The Washington Post about how her guest spot on the comedy show’s “A Benihana Christmas” episode resulted in her being the
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Nicole Miners is a 25-year-old mixed race British-Chinese actor and content editor living in London. She grew up in Hong Kong until the age of 16 before continuing schooling in the UK. As an unrelenting wave of anti-Asian hate crimes and xenophobia​ continues around the world, Nicole shares the racial microaggressions that have shaped her
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“I anticipate that we will be overwhelmed in that first week, but hope that it will quiet down a bit after that. But even with a very significant increase in the supply of vaccine, we’re estimating that it will still take a couple months,” said Los Angeles County Chief Science Officer Dr. Paul Simon on
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This week an interesting new crime novel from Japan will be pulling into the station. Bullet Train by Kotaro Isaka is little different to most crime novels thus far translated from Japanese. Clever and sophisticated gives way to something that’s big on set-up, big on action, and populated with characters that tilt the balance more
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In addition to virtual homeschooling, Kate and William’s children also got a lesson in caring for horses during the lockdown, according to the Times.  By Erin Vanderhoof March 29, 2021 At the beginning of March, Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled back to London with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis,
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