NeNe Leakes Seemingly Calls Out Andy Cohen, Claiming She Was ‘Blacklisted’

By Mona Khalifeh‍ , ETOnline.com. 1 hour ago NeNe Leakes is throwing shade on Twitter, and the Internet is speculating that the shots she’s firing are aimed at Bravo and Andy Cohen amid her ongoing lawsuit with Cohen and the network. The former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star took to Twitter Wednesday to seemingly blast the network, claiming that […]

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Ellen Pompeo Prefers For ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ To Be ‘Less Preachy’ When Addressing Important Issues

By Melissa Romualdi. 41 secs ago On the latest episode of Ellen Pompeo’s podcast, “Tell Me With Ellen Pompeo”, the actress answered a fan question on which issue she’d like to see “Grey’s Anatomy” address next. “This is a tricky question to answer,” said Pompeo, who’s starred in the medical drama since its debut in 2005. […]

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The Good Boss

The always-great Javier Bardem punches below his weight in this naggingly light comedy of workplace manners. If you want to see a heavyweight world champ fighting in a piddling featherweight bout, look no further than Fernando León de Aranoa’s The Good Boss, in which Javier Bardem goes full sitcom as the apparently benevolent owner of […]

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Fantasy collides with insanity in the first The Silent Twins trailer

To be filed under “based on a true story”: twin sisters Jennifer and June Gibbons moved with their family to Haverfordwest, Wales in 1974, while they were still in the formative years of childhood. A lack of external acceptance from their predominantly white community sent the girls’ psychological development off course, leading them into a […]

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Filmmaker Rebeca Huntt Hopes Beba Can Help Build ‘a More Liberating Existence’

“As a product of the New World, violence lives in my DNA. I carry an ancient pain that I struggle to understand,” director Rebeca Huntt utters at the start of Beba, her lyrical and gritty debut film. In her autobiographical documentary, a visceral 80-minute gem, the born and bred New Yorker is searching to emotionally […]

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Pink Says She Doesn’t Want Fans Who Agree With Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling

By Sarah Curran. 3 hours ago Pink is sending a strong message to fans who support the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.  The singer took to Twitter to blast those who are in favour of the anti-abortion ruling. READ MORE: Pink Calls Out Rolling Stone Over Grammys Performances Ranking: ‘You Guys Have […]

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Watch the Trailer for Aftershock, a Crucial Documentary on the Black Maternal Mortality Crisis

Black women are three times more likely than white women to die from pregnancy-related causes. The reasons are wide-ranging, from what resources are available to the ongoing issue of bias and racism in healthcare. Aftershock, an eye-opening new documentary, aims to shed new light on this massive problem. From co-directors Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula […]

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Suffs Creator Shaina Taub on Those Hamilton Comparisons and Her Musical’s Broadway Future

The women of Suffs had a plan. Much like the characters in their buzzy musical—which traces the fight for women’s suffrage from 1913 to the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920—creator Shaina Taub and her team had considered the perfect time to make their case to the country: In Sept. 2020, the show would […]

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Saweetie Reflects On Dad Getting ‘Pulled Over’ And Treated Like ‘Less Of A Man’ By Police

By Shakiel Mahjouri. 3 mins ago Saweetie shares her experience with racism. She has a Black father and a mother of Filipina and Chinese descent. In a new interview for the May 2022 digital issue of Glamour UK, the “Best Friend” rapper opens up about her experiences growing up. READ MORE: Rihanna And ASAP Rocky […]

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