Priyanka Chopra Says People Wanted To ‘Jeopardize’ Her Career: ‘I Don’t Sit On That Sh*t’

By Divya Goyal. Published: 13 hours ago Actress Priyanka Chopra, who successfully transitioned from Bollywood to Hollywood, said in a recent podcast that there was a time when people tried to “jeopardize her career.” Appearing on Ranveer Allahbadia’s podcast during her recent India trip, Chopra was asked if at any point she felt that anyone […]

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‘The Sex Lives Of College Girls’ Star Mitchell Slaggert Never Planned To Be An Actor

By Anita Tai. Published: 13 hours ago Mitchell Slaggert never imagined himself in the entertainment industry. The “Sex Lives of College Girls” newcomer opened up about his journey to acting from a strict military background with People. “I come from a Southern, structured military family,” Slaggert recalled. “And when I was in high school, my […]

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Armageddon Time

James Gray interrogates his fraught childhood in Regan-era New York City in this masterful, unflinching drama. In a 1980 interview on televangelist Jim Bakker’s network, presidential candidate Ronald Regan claimed “We may be the generation that sees Armageddon.” He was referring to concerns over the threat of a nuclear war, but the phrase looms large […]

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Meet Panos H Koutras: Greece’s own King of Trash

LWLies speak to the director of the outrageous farce, Dodo, at the the 2022 Thessaloniki Film Festival. Panos H Koutras is something of a poster boy for Greek cinema outsiders. His absurdist style has produced original art that elevates seldom-herd voices: a powerhouse trans woman in Strella (2009), Albanian immigrant brothers in Xenia (2014), and […]

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Tokyo International Film Festival celebrates the next generation of Japanese filmmaking talent

At the revamped Tokyo International Film Festival, the spotlight shone brightly on upcoming Japanese artistic voices. Tokyo International Film Festival currently isn’t a name that comes to mind when thinking of the major global cinema events. Europe and North America leave Asian festivals feeling like small-change affairs by comparison, often ignored in the minds of […]

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All About Raquelle Stevens, Selena Gomez’s Longtime Friend Featured in My Mind and Me

While Selena Gomez is the subject of her new documentary My Mind and Me, her longtime friend Raquelle Stevens frequently appears alongside her. She even details what Gomez’s scariest mental health moment was like when Gomez suffered from an episode of psychosis in 2018. “If anybody saw what I saw in the state that was […]

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Girls and guns: the 90s films that shaped the ‘frat boy generation’

Paul Weitz’s American Pie taught a generation of young folk that sex-based humour was the height of wit. The trope of pubescent teenage boys who felt the need to ‘conquer’ the female population was rife, incubated by popular culture that nurtured the misogyny and adolescent ‘boys will be boys’ attitude perpetuated by the landmark film. […]

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Why Rep. Mary Peltola Wore Traditional Yup’ik Boots to Her History-Making Swearing-In Ceremony

SPIROS HALARIS This August, Democrat Mary Peltola shocked the nation when she won a special election in Alaska, flipping a long-held Republican seat to become the state’s sole U.S. representative. In doing so, she also made history, becoming the first Alaska Native ever elected to Congress and the first woman to represent the state in […]

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Why Gwen Stefani Feels ‘Sorry’ For Fans Of ‘The Voice’ After Blake Shelton’s Exit (Exclusive)

By Paige Gawley, ETOnline.com. Published: 7 hours ago Gwen Stefani knows Blake Shelton‘s “Voice” exit won’t be easy for fans. ET spoke to the 53-year-old singer at The 2022 Matrix Awards in New York City on Wednesday, and she revealed why she feels sorry for viewers of the NBC series about her husband’s upcoming departure from the NBC series. “He’s […]

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