Month: January 2018

In an interview for ABC’s special ‘Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story,’ the former champion figure skater says she overheard her ex-boyfriend and a friend speculating that someone should be “taken out” before the 1994 Winter Olympics. Former figure-skating champion Tonya Harding tells ABC News in a new interview that she overheard her ex-husband
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The CNN anchor, who reported live from the Caribbean country when it was struck by a devastating earthquake in 2010, implored his audience not to “dance around” the president’s comments. Anderson Cooper betrayed his usually unflappable and cool demeanor on Thursday when he addressed Donald Trump’s reported comments about immigration from Haiti and African countries, places
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‘Paddington 2,’ ‘Proud Mary’ and ‘The Commuter’ also debut. Fox’s The Post earned $775,000 on Thursday night in its nationwide expansion to 2,375 North American screens this weekend. The Steven Spielberg-direct drama recounts how Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) joined forces to defy the government and publish the Pentagon Papers. Playing in just a handful of
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Three new national releases — ‘Paddington 2,’ ‘Proud Mary’ and ‘The Commuter’ — also will enter the crowded marketplace. While Steven Spielberg’s The Post expands into theaters across America this weekend, and three new films also are entering wide release, Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle, which is entering its fourth weekend, is expected to
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The production firm will work with the distributor of hits such as ‘Shopping Monsters’ and ‘1001 Nights.’ Bouchra Rejani’s French production company WeMake has signed a first-look deal with Turkey’s Global Agency, the international distributor behind formats The Married Game, Shopping Monsters and Wardrobe Wars. Former Shine France COO Rejani was in charge of strategic development of hits
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The Hollywood Reporter breaks down the shout-outs and jokes that may have left viewers scratching their heads. Beyond the lingering question of “Will Oprah Winfrey run for president?,” Golden Globes viewers, especially those who don’t work in or closely follow the entertainment industry, may have had a few other queries after Sunday night’s awards show.
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The decision comes two days after several women accused the actor of sexual misconduct on Twitter. James Franco’s TimesTalk, a public conversation moderated by a New York Times reporter to discuss his latest film, The Disaster Artist, has been canceled. It was originally scheduled for Wednesday.  The Jan. 10 TimesTalk event at New York City’s
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The singer-actress and her entourage cut through the crowd at the Chateau Marmont with help from a security team shining flashlights in partygoers’ faces. W magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party Jan. 4 at the Chateau Marmont penthouse was, as always, packed. But singer-actress Mary J. Blige, 46, and her entourage didn’t have trouble cutting through the
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