William Shatner on Living Boldly Throughout Acting Career: “The Future Is Unheralded”
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by Carly Thomas
8h ago
William Shatner took a moment on Real Time Friday to reflect on living boldly throughout his acting career. The Star Trek star, who has hundreds of credits to his name, was asked by host Bill Maher if his outgoing personality was shaped by his character Captain James T. Kirk or if the show thought he was already ..read more
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Michael J. Fox Says Being Famous Was “Tougher” in the ’80s: “You Had to Be Talented”
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by Carly Thomas
10h ago
Michael J. Fox is sharing his thoughts on how Hollywood has changed over the decades. In a recent interview with People magazine, the Emmy-winning actor, who rose to fame in the 1980s following his roles in Palmerstown U.S.A., Night Court, Family Ties and Back to the Future, compared the entertainment industry now to when he got ..read more
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Ron Weiner, Emmy-Winning Director for ‘Donahue,’ Dies at 93
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by Carly Thomas
10h ago
Ron Weiner, a Daytime Emmy-winning director for Donahue who also worked at WGN Chicago for 25 years, has died. He was 93. He died on March 18, his family announced. His cause of death was not immediately available. Born in 1930 in Chicago, Weiner was the first in his family to attend college. He completed ..read more
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Where to Stream the Cat Caper Comedy ‘Argylle’ Online
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by Danielle Directo-Meston
10h ago
Thrill-seeking feline fans, stop everything right meow. After releasing a travel collection for adventurous felines (and their humans), Argylle is now streaming on Apple TV+. Inspired by the book of the same name, the Apple Originals film stars Bryce Dallas Howard as Elly Conway, a reclusive novelist behind a series of best-selling books about the ..read more
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Cinema for Gaza Celebrity Auction Raises Over $316,000 for Relief Efforts
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by Scott Roxborough
11h ago
Cinema for Gaza, a group launched by a small group of female filmmakers and film journalists, has successfully raised more than $315,000 to support medical aid for the civilian population in Gaza. A celebrity auction, organized by Cinema for Gaza, and supported by the likes of Tilda Swinton, Annie Lennox, Joaquin Phoenix, Spike Lee and ..read more
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Why ‘Civil War’ Is Making Audiences So Uncomfortable
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by Aaron Couch
11h ago
[This story contains spoilers for Civil War.] “The footage you’re about to see may be disturbing.” That content warning, broadcast on the news too often in modern history, was stuck on a loop in the back of my mind as I watched Alex Garland’s latest film, Civil War. As I sat through the credits, I ..read more
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Why ‘Civil War’ Is Making Audiences So Uncomfortable
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by Aaron Couch
13h ago
[This story contains spoilers for Civil War.] “The footage you’re about to see may be disturbing.” That content warning, broadcast on the news too often in modern history, was stuck on a loop in the back of my mind as I watched Alex Garland’s latest film, Civil War. As I sat through the credits, I ..read more
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Awards Season Calendar: Key Dates for Oscars, Emmys, Tonys and Other Major Events
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by Scott Feinberg
13h ago
With the 2024 Oscars in the past, Hollywood’s focus turns to Emmy season, with a number of TV awards shows set to take place over the next few months, including the BAFTA TV Awards, the newly announced Gotham TV Awards, the Critics Choice Real TV Awards and, of course, the 2024 Emmys, back in September ..read more
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2024 WNBA Draft Livestream: Where to Watch the Player Selection Draft Online for Free
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by Rudie Obias
14h ago
Only one week after NCAA Women’s March Madness, some of the best players from the tournament are forgoing their college eligibility to join the WNBA. This year, WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert is expected to announce Iowa superstar guard Caitlin Clark as the No. 1 pick for the Indiana Fever. At a glance: How to Watch ..read more
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Raquel Lee Bolleau Says She Has “Nothing Left” for Hollywood After ‘Quiet on Set’ Experience
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by Tatiana Tenreyro
15h ago
In a TikTok shared on Thursday, Nickelodeon’s Amanda Show alum Raquel Lee Bolleau, who was featured in Investigation Discovery’s docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of TV, says she was left disappointed by her experience with the docuseries about toxic sets at the kids TV network. The doc’s directors, Mary Robertson and Emma Schwartz ..read more
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