Month: March 2020

Happy birthday, Owen!  On Tuesday, the 101-year-old, who went viral after sharing that his 101st birthday party was canceled in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, rang in his milestone b-day with quite the fanfare. Since the adorable birthday boy has been social distancing, staffers at the Ashton Place Senior Living facility helped him celebrate with
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Sam Smith at the KIIS FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball on December 6, 2019. (JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP/Getty) Sam Smith was as gracious as you’d expect when a TV presenter messed up their pronouns in a recent interview. The non-binary pop star goes by they/them pronouns, but was entirely forgiving when the Australian talkshow host Carrie Bickmore accidentally
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A Colorado lawyer who referred to a judge as a “gay fat fag” has been ordered to undertake cultural sensitivity training. According to documents released from an administrative tribunal, Denver lawyer Robert E Abrams was reported by his own clients in a construction dispute after he sent them an email deriding judge Phillip Douglass, who
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The stars of Star Trek: The Next Generation gathered via Zoom for a special occasion: co-star Marina Sirtis‘ birthday. Sirtis, who played Troi in the CBS series, and Jonathan Frakes, who played Riker, posted photos of the online reunion with their former co-stars Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard), Brent Spiner (Data), LeVar Burton (Geordie), Michael Dorn
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Editors’ Note: With full acknowledgment of the big-picture implications of a pandemic that has already claimed thousands of lives, cratered global economies and closed international borders, Deadline’s Coping With COVID-19 Crisis series is a forum for those in the entertainment space grappling with myriad consequences of seeing a great industry screech to a halt. The
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Check out the new Featurette for The First Purge starring Y’lan Noel! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Buy Tickets to The First Purge: https://www.fandango.com/the-first-purge-209178/movie-overview?cmp=CSYT_YouTube_Desc US Release Date: July 4, 2018 Starring: Y’lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, Joivan Wade Directed By: Gerard McMurray Synopsis: The film will be a prequel
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Check out our featured song: “Through The Night” by Tilladre! https://youtu.be/z2sFs4WlVZA These de-aging fails are truly shocking. For this list, we’re looking at the times that CGI was used to turn back the clock on actors and actresses to….less than perfect effect. Our countdown includes Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen in “X-Man: The Last Stand”,
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In the middle of a global crisis, Republican Idaho governor Brad Little is focusing on attacking trans people In the midst of a global pandemic, Republican Idaho governor Brad Little has effectively declared open season on trans people in his state. On Monday, Little signed two laws that campaigners say effectively make trans people second-class
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It might appear that Sony just gutted their 2020 schedule. WTF just happened? Did the studio suddenly abandon all hope in its slate? That’s hardly the case: it’s just insurance for the future. And, yes, by and large, all the schedule changes that occurred tonight were in response to the current coronavirus climate. With various
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Play video content Exclusive Tiffany Haddish has the cure for your self-quarantine blues — laughter … specifically, about penis size!!! Hey, she says it’s working for her. Tiff made a surprise appearance on UMC.tv’s #LaughsOnLockdown — yes, that’s where we are now … stand-up comedy shows on Instagram live. Comedians Aida Rodriguez and Gary “G.
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After announcing his engagement to Jessica Clarke over the weekend, Ben Higgins is giving us all the details from his intimate proposal.  During today’s episode of his Almost Famous podcast with Ashley Iaconetti, Higgins spilled all the tea about how he proposed to his girlfriend. “We had stopped all intentional conversations about our future back in December because I
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What an amazing weekend this would have been at the box office, that is if all was well in the world. Disney originally had their live-action version of Mulan fired up to go before the worldwide exhibition shutdown occurred, plus it would have been sharing the marquee with the second-weekend of Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part
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