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Everything we know so far about the Jussie Smollett case

Hollywood supports Jussie Smollett after attack: 'What kind of country do we live in'

With all the twists and turns it can be hard to keep up with the case, but here’s what we know so far: They said that in the early morning of January 29 he was attacked by two people who were “yelling out racial and homophobic slurs” and “poured an ...

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‘Roma’ actress says she is proud of her roots after fellow actor uses racial slur

'Roma' actress says she is proud of her roots after fellow actor uses racial slur

FILE PHOTO: Yalitza Aparicio accepts the New Hollywood Award at the 22nd Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., Nov. 4, 2018 REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/File Photo (Attention to strong language in third paragraph) MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Oscar-nominated Mexican actress Yalitza Aparicio, who stars in the critically acclaimed film “Roma,” ...

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Floating moon-themed parade kicks off Venice Carnival

Achilles the cat trains mind and body for role as World Cup psychic

VENICE, Italy (Reuters) – Venice kicked off its annual Carnival festivities on Saturday with a floating, night-time parade down the Rio di Cannaregio, one of the city’s famed canals, starting more than two weeks of celebrations that draw flocks of masked revellers. Spectators lined the canal as elaborately decorated boats, ...

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Beyond Netflix, Other OTT Platforms Have Sprung Up

Beyond Netflix, Other OTT Platforms Have Sprung Up

The plot opens with the risqué, setting a straightforward tone as to the nature of the content you’re about to consume—four thugs barge into a house where a couple is having sex. The scene that ­follows details the couple, in various stages of undress, now bound by the thugs, giving ...

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The scary and thrilling never fazed John Krasinski

The scary and thrilling never fazed John Krasinski

At the time, he was watching his wife, Emily Blunt, perform a scene with the two child stars (Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe), who were communicating via sign language. “These two kids were emoting and communicating such huge complicated thoughts and such pure emotion in this way that I had ...

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Alexa Chung imagines ‘off the grid’ escapism for second London show

Alexa Chung imagines 'off the grid' escapism for second London show

Designer Alexa Chung following her catwalk show during London Fashion Week Women’s A/W19 in London, Britain February 16, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls LONDON (Reuters) – Model, presenter-turned-designer Alexa Chung went back in time for her second catwalk show in London on Saturday, presenting a collection inspired by the idea of a ...

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Google Doodle Honours Madhubala On Her 86th Birthday

Google Doodle Honours Madhubala On Her 86th Birthday

Google Doodle on Thursday honoured late legendary actress Madhubala on her 86th  birth anniversary. Widely known as ‘The Marilyn Monroe of Bollywood’, Madhubala was a gifted actor and was known for her beauty, personality and sensitive portrayals of women in films. Born in Delhi on this day in 1933, Mumtaz ...

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Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams

Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams

This fact has become crucial in light of a report by the New York Times that includes allegations Ryan Adams engaged in sexually charged text messages and conversations with a girl who was underage at the time. In response, Ryan Adams said he does not recall the alleged exchanges and ...

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Swiss actor Bruno Ganz who played Hitler in ‘Downfall’ dies aged 77

Swiss actor Bruno Ganz who played Hitler in 'Downfall' dies aged 77

ZURICH (Reuters) – Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor who portrayed Adolf Hitler in Oscar-nominated film “Downfall” and the kindly grandfather in “Heidi”, died of cancer at his home in Zurich on Saturday, aged 77, his agent said. FILE PHOTO: Actor Bruno Ganz acknowledges the audience after he was awarded in ...

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Waiting For Day Women Directing Superhero Films Will Be Routine: Anna Boden

Waiting For Day Women Directing Superhero Films Will Be Routine: Anna Boden

Anna Boden, who is the co-director of ‘Captain Marvel’, the first female-fronted Marvel superhero film along with Ryan Fleck said, making a film on a character which already enjoys an immense fan following was an amazing experience for her. “This is the movie I really wanted to be a part ...

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