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Barbra Streisand Blasted For Michael Jackson Defense On ‘Leaving Neverland’ Allegations

UPDATE II: Barbra Streisand has further amplified her apology for remarks made on the accusers of Michael Jackson and the affects of the pop singer’s alleged child molestation. https://t.co/VYQLQullhd pic.twitter.com/10MluYcCWp — Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) March 23, 2019 UPDATE: Barbra Streisand has issued a statement clarifying her remarks on Michael Jackson’s alleged molestration of two children, which was recently profiled in the HBO documentary Leaving Ne… Read

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Roseanne Barr To Washington Post: “I Was Suicidal” After Shunned Tweet

Roseanne Barr is continuing to stir the pot during her ongoing semi-apology, semi-defiant interviews. In the latest edition, Barr spoke to the Washington Post and revealed that she was suicidal and spent time after being fired from her namesake show "holed up in her mom's basement in Utah, chain-smoking and in tears." Her rescue from that depression came in the form of Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, an author, TV host and public speaker and longtime Barr advisor, who scored the… Read

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‘Deadly Class’ Co-Creator Talks Tonight’s Bloody Finale, Lana Condor & Season 2

SPOILER ALERT:  This post contains details of tonight's Deadly Class Season 1 finale. "You know, I always joke that if we don't get a Season 2 that this'll be like Freaks and Geeks," says Deadly Class executive producer Rick Remender as the Syfy series based on the acclaimed Reagan Era set comic he and Wes Craig created concluded its first season tonight. "Deadly Class will be over but we'll just have give birth to a whole generation of young adults who are going to go… Read

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Avi Arad: From ‘Blade’ To ‘Morbius,’ Three Decades Of Mining Marvel

In Hollywood circles, Avi Arad was Marvel when Marvel wasn’t cool. Today, Marvel represents Hollywood’s gold standard for source material but that was hardly the case back in 1992 when Arad’s long odyssey with the brand got underway with Saturday morning cartoons like X-Men and Iron Man, the latter starring Robert Hays (aka Ted Striker of Airplane! fame) as the voice of Tony Stark. “Yes, it’s come a long, long, long way,” Arad said of Marvel’s stature and brand mystique… Read

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Eliza Dushku On ‘Mapplethorpe’ Movie, Year Of Reckoning, Spielberg, & Healing

"The year has been in some ways just extraordinary in a beautiful way and it's been in some ways extraordinary in a really challenging way," proclaims Mapplethorpe producer Eliza Dushku. From almost any perspective, that seems like an understatement from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Married last summer and expecting her first child this summer, Dushku has seen her more than a decade-long endeavor on the Ondi Timoner-directed film about the controversial and… Read

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‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’s Shia LaBeouf, Zack Gottsagen And Filmmakers Talk Non-Cutesy Authenticity Of SXSW Film

The easy explanation of Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz’s The Peanut Butter Falcon would be that it is a Mark Twain-esque adventure of a grimy small-time criminal and a man with Down syndrome who has run away from home with dreams of becoming a professional wrestler. There is a subtle charm and fun to the film folded into the drama that made its world premiere at SXSW March 9, but the nuance and layers of themes of family and acceptance run deep like the deltas of North… Read

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Lance Bass and Director Aaron Kunkel Speak The Truth In ‘The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story’ – SXSW

The late '90s and early '00s brought about a pop music surge that included boy bands, pop princesses and girl groups. They were the pillars of a golden age of MTV's TRL and brought about a new brand of fandom among a certain generation of trucker cap-wearing adults. Lance Bass lived through this era as a member of *Nsync, one of the hugest boy bands in the history of pop culture. With the fanatic glitz and glamour of it all, Bass should have lived like a king with stacks… Read

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Corey Feldman Changes Stance On Michael Jackson Doc ‘Leaving Neverland’

Corey Feldman has softened his position on the Michael Jackson HBO documentary Leaving Neverland. After calling the film “one sided” in a Monday interview – before Part II aired – and experiencing a firestorm of online criticism, Feldman came back two days later to say it’s very important to consider all sides of the documentary’s contentions. Feldman was friends with Jackson, and now says he can no longer defend him. Declaring that it has been "a very emotional time for… Read

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New Hollywood Podcast: ‘Captain Marvel’s Lashana Lynch On Game-Changing Movie And Her Future In The MCU

Actress Lashana Lynch has appeared in various TV shows and films, but after playing Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel, it’s pretty safe to say that her career trajectory is going to be — to steal the film’s tagline — higher, further and faster. She sat in the hot seat on the New Hollywood Podcast to talk about the destined-to-be-a-blockbuster Marvel Studios pic and how it’s going to impact female inclusivity in the industry. More than that, we try to get her to talk about… Read

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Tom Sturridge Can Hear The Sobs: The Actor Talks About Off Broadway’s Heart-Wrenching ‘Sea Wall’ – Deadline Q&A

On nights when Tom Sturridge and Jake Gyllenhaal perform the two monologues that make up the Public Theatre’s critically acclaimed Off Broadway double bill Sea Wall/A Life, the British half of the duo silently takes his place on stage as the audience finds its seats. Before the actor says a word, the presence of his character Alex is felt, and a weighty presence it is. Alex will later tell the audience – the play, written by Simon Stephens, is performed by Sturridge as if… Read

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Campanario Boss Jaime Davila Talks Latinx Diversity, ‘Mexican Dynasties’; Teases Details On ‘Selena’ Netflix Series

The very first episode Bravo’s latest reality series Mexican Dynasties doesn’t waste any time when it comes to breaking stereotypes of the Mexican culture. Produced by Jaime Davila’s Campanario Entertainment, the show follows three affluent Mexican families in Mexico City (the Allendes, the Bessudos and the Madrazos) and right off the bat, the families make it known that the Mexicans are more than housekeepers, gardeners, busboys and other stereotypes Hollywood tends to… Read

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Roseanne Barr Attacks #MeToo, Hollywood, Kamala Harris In Candace Owens Interview

A new interview with defrocked TV star Roseanne Barr claims the originators of the #MeToo movement are “Hos” and had harsh words for Sen. Kamala Harris, Christine Blasey Ford and others. In an interview with Fox News host Candace Owens on the Candace Owens Show, Barr let loose with a verbal slam on the women whose stories created the worldwide movement against sexual harassment. "They're pretending that they didn't go to trade sexual favors for money," Barr said, asking… Read