Amy Grant Says She Feels ‘Fantastic’ On First Red Carpet Since Her Bike Accident

By Mona Khalifeh‍, ETOnline.com. Published: 52 mins ago Last updated: 50 mins ago Amy Grant is glowing on her first red carpet since suffering a bike accident that landed her in the hospital in July. Stepping out for the 45th Kennedy Center Honors Sunday, where she’s being recognized for her work as a singer-songwriter, Grant told ET’s Deidre Behar […]

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Todd And Julie Chrisley Say They’re Living Every Day Like It’s Their ‘Last’ Amid Sentencing

By Mona Khalifeh‍ and Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 2 mins ago Todd and Julie Chrisley are speaking out for the first time after being sentenced to 12 and seven years in prison, respectively, following their conviction in their tax fraud case. In the latest episode of their “Chrisley Confessions” podcast, the couple said they are living every day like it’s […]

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White Noise

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig reunite as a couple grappling with their fear of death in Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel. Noah Baumbach is – at least at first glance – a curious choice to adapt the work of American author Don DeLillo for the screen, as his stylised, complex and idiosyncratic prose […]

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Lynch/Oz

Alexandre O Philippe traces the connection between David Lynch and Victor Fleming’s The Wizard of Oz. The spectre of Victor Fleming’s 1939 The Wizard of Oz, in all its technicolour glory, seems to ceaselessly haunt the collective American psyche. Distilled into a pair of sequined red pumps, this staggeringly permanent cultural touchstone has become “public […]

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Queen Consort Camilla Ends Traditional ‘Ladies-In-Waiting’ Title, Appoints ‘Queen’s Companions’ In Modern Move 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 10 hours ago Last updated: 10 hours ago Camilla, the Queen Consort, has ended a centuries-long tradition after changing the traditional title of “ladies-in-waiting” to “Queen’s companions.” The honorary positions consist of helping the Queen Consort at public events. In addition to the modernized title for the six women assistants, their […]

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The Swimmers

The astonishing saga of Syrian refugee-turned-Olympic swimmer Yusra Mardini is effectively presented by writer/director Sally El Hosaini. The young life of competitive swimmer Yusra Mardini feels custom wrapped for some canny director to waltz in and produce a glossy, inspirational film about her unlikely triumph over extreme adversity. Growing up as a regular teen on […]

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She Said

Maria Schrader tackles the New York Times investigation that brought down Harvey Weinstein in this well-pitched drama. She Said opens with a pale young woman with cropped hair walking along the Irish coast. To her astonishment an 18th century galleon is suddenly revealed, bustling with navy officers in tricorn hats. She’s stumbled onto a film […]

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