Kate Middleton Greets Woman Who Said She Skipped Hair Appointment to Meet the Princess

On Thursday, the Princess of Wales stopped in Scarborough and was greeted by a cheering crowd lined up outside the Rainbow Centre, a community organization in the coastal town. One woman in the gathering gave Kate Middleton what might be the highest compliment anyone can come up with. As Kate stopped to shake hands with […]

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Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell on The Banshees of Inisherin

The stars of Martin McDonagh’s latest reflect on their reunion on the islands of Inishmore and Achill, the scars of the Irish Civil War, and the weight of artistic legacy. Two Irish actors at the top of their game, Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell have worked with directors including The Coen Brothers, Yorgos Lanthimos, Michael […]

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The art of adapting short films into feature-length movies

Eddie Sternberg discusses the risks and challenges of expanding his 2015 short into a feature-length film. The short form is the primary cinematic blueprint and foundation for emerging filmmakers to make their first steps in the industry and hone their directing skills before taking their storytelling to the wider feature-length format. Oftentimes, short films wear […]

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Tiffany Haddish’s Lawyer Denies Child Sex Abuse Allegations Against The Comedian

By Miguel A. Melendez, ETOnline.com. Published: 3 hours ago Tiffany Haddish and Aries Spears are named defendants in a lawsuit brought forward by an anonymous female plaintiff Jane Doe who claims the comedians groomed her and her brother, an anonymous male plaintiff John Doe, to perform sexual acts when they were children, but Haddish’s attorney vehemently denies the allegations. […]

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Could ‘Party Drugs’ Fix a National Mental Health Crisis?

LSD lovers are an organized bunch. I’m seated among dozens of them at Neuehouse, a members club in Midtown Manhattan, and though their Tibetan grounding bracelets click and clack, the group itself is relatively quiet, save a woman behind me recounting her most recent trip. “I did it with a healer,” she recounts to a […]

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What Price Hollywood: The Story of A Star is Born

Choose one film to represent the essence of golden-age Hollywood, and George Cukor’s A Star is Born could well be a contender. There’s the glamour of starpacked, floodlit premieres. There’s the sheer punch of Judy Garland’s own pedal-to-the-floor performance, as the band singer who’s taken up by booze-addled matinee idol James Mason, and hits the […]

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