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The Ripped Bodice has come out with their fifth annual State of Racial Diversity in Romance Report and, spoiler alert, the overwhelming whiteness in romance publishing that they identified in 2016 has not been solved. The Racial Diversity Report looks at the largest romance publishers and tracks the percentage of the titles published that year that
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EXCLUSIVE: Hulu is celebrating that Lee Daniels’ The United States vs. Billie Holiday was the streamer’s No. 1 most watched movie this past weekend. The news comes in the wake of Andra Day’s surprise Golden Globe Best Actress Motion Picture Drama win for her turn as Billie Holiday; the Grammy nominee becoming the second Black actress
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Check out the new clip for Hobbs & Shaw starring Idris Elba! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Buy Tickets to Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw: https://www.fandango.com/fast-and-furious-presents-hobbs-and-shaw-216993/movie-overview?cmp=CSYT_YouTube_Desc Want to be notified of all the latest clips and behind the scenes footage? Subscribe to the channel and click the
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Check out 10 Modern Video Game Mechanics We Take For Granted on MojoPlays! https://youtu.be/WYCXxuQI8CA Some of these gaming trends have come and gone, but others are here to stay! For this list, we’ll be going over the trends in the video gaming industry during the first 20+ years of the 21st century. Our countdown includes
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Following up his 2013 feature filmmaking debut Jug Face, writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle has returned to the horror genre with his sophomore film Dementer. From the press release, Dementer “follows Katie, a young woman who flees a backwoods cult and takes a job at a care center for special needs adults in her determination to
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Jahmil French, who starred as Dave Turner on Degrassi: The Next Generation, has passed away at the age of 29. The actor, who also appeared in Netflix’s Soundtrack, was confirmed dead by his friends and co-workers on social media on March 2. “I can confirm my good friend, co-worker, and all around inspiration, Jahmil French,
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Bunny Wailer — the reggae icon and founding member of the original Wailers trio with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh — has died in Jamaica. Bunny, real name Neville Livingston, died Tuesday at the Medical Associates Hospital in Kingston … according to his manager, Maxine Stowe. His cause of death’s not been given, but he’d
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Thomas Brennan. (Facebook/Twitter) Ferris State University professor Thomas Brennan was fired after tweeting about “fags” and dismissing COVID-19 as a “hoax”. Brennan, a former assistant physical science professor at the Ferris State University in Michigan, was previously placed on leave in November last year for a slew of homophobic, racist and antisemitic social media posts. He often tweeted
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Fresh off his nomination for Best EDM Entertainer at the Chicago Music Awards, where he was not only a nominee, but a featured presenter for the Best African Entertainer Award, Dantès Alexander’s hit single “So Below” has just broken 1 million streams on Spotify. The Chicago-based HIV positive, non-binary, pop dance/singer has appeared on Showtime’s
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Awards season starts out Sunday night with the 2021 Golden Globes, the 78th version of the annual TV-and-movies ceremony — though this’ll be an unusual one. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony was delayed two months; normally taking place in January as the first awards show of the season, for the first time, this
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Tank, pants, Louis Vuitton. Chris Colls “I remember having no food at home,” Irina Shayk says quietly. It was the early ’90s, and she was growing up in the obscure Russian town of Yemanzhelinsk, where her dad was a coal miner and her mother taught kindergarten music. “Sometimes there was no salary, or my mom
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The latest bizarre photo-manipulating tool to take the internet by storm is called “Deep Nostalgia,” and it uses A.I. technology to quite literally animate still photographs. The app was actually created by MyHeritage, an online genealogy platform, allowing people to imagine what their deceased ancestors may have looked like when they were alive and in
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Although iCarly fans continue holding out hope that Jennette McCurdy will change her mind and return for the show’s upcoming revival, they’d be well-advised not to hold their breath.  Jennette, who now hosts the podcast Empty Inside, played Sam Puckett for six seasons on the Nickelodeon show that signed off in 2012, and she later
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Hundreds of songs from popular K-pop acts, including Sistar, IU, Monsta X, Epik High, and more, have been removed from Spotify in markets outside of South Korea. In a statement to the NME, Spotify confirmed that the songs would no longer be available “due to the expiration of our license.” But the Korean company that
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An Apple iPhone 11 smartphone with the Twitch video streaming app logo on screen. (Phil Barker/Future Publishing via Getty) Streaming platform Twitch has apologised after it faced backlash for using the alternative spelling “womxn” instead of “women”. The word “womxn” has come into more frequent use over the last decade, according to Dictionary.com, and is
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You could practically see and hear the ground shifting underneath Governor Andrew Cuomo. On Saturday evening The New York Times posted a devastating story: highly detailed, highly credible accusations of sexual harassment from Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to Cuomo, three days after another former staffer, Lindsey Boylan, said Cuomo had planted an unwanted kiss
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“The Walking Dead” will be ending with an expanded two-year eleventh season that will span 24 episodes, bringing the long-running AMC series to an end sometime in 2022. Season 11 kicks off this Summer, and Deadline is reporting tonight on some casting news for the new season. Michael James Shaw (“Constantine,” “Limitless”) has signed on.
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