Chris Cuomo has been fired by CNN. The anchor’s tenure at the network comes to an end only days after the company announced that it had suspended Cuomo from the company. CNN is continuing an ongoing investigation into disclosures that Cuomo provided assistance for his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, after his sibling was faced […]

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Fox News contributors Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have opted to leave the network in protest of Tucker Carlson’s special “Patriot Purge” about the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol out of concern that it will “lead to violence,” according to a report in Sunday’s New York Times. The Times reports that Goldberg and Hayes exchanged […]

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“South Park” will premiere its first of 14 made-for-streaming films next month on Paramount+, as part of creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s expansive new deal with ViacomCBS. The made-for-TV event, titled “South Park: Post Covid,” will premiere on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. A second one will debut in December. No plot details were announced. […]

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Piers Morgan doesn’t think the Rolling Stones should remove the song “Brown Sugar” from their U.S. tour setlist over criticism of racist lyrics. “Grow a pair, Mick (no apologies to any wokies offended by this phrase), stand up to the woke bullies, and sing Brown Sugar loudly and proudly at the rest of your shows,” […]

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Fox News’ Tucker Carlson went on a tear against Senator Lindsey Graham and specifically slammed him for not appearing on his show — roughly half an hour before Sean Hannity interviewed the South Carolina Republican. Carlson went after Graham for his votes in favor of President Joe Biden’s judicial nominees, saying the White House is able to get nominees through the Senate Judiciary […]

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Cobie Smulders will now play Ann Coulter in “Impeachment: American Crime Story” after Betty Gilpin, who was originally set in the role, exited the cast due to scheduling complications during the pandemic. Smulders is the newest addition to the cast of this season. This news comes just after FX released the official trailer on Wednesday. Smulders is known for playing […]

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Tucker Carlson has called the idea of vaccine passports the medical equivalent of “Jim Crow” laws. And other Fox News personalities have spent months both trafficking in anti-vaccine rhetoric and assailing the concept of showing proof of vaccination status. But Fox Corporation, the right-wing talk channel’s parent company, has quietly implemented the concept of a vaccine […]

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Harvey Weinstein is appealing his conviction of a criminal sexual act in the first degree and rape in the third degree. Weinstein, who was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison in March 2020, argues he didn’t get a fair trial. In a lengthy appeal brief, his attorneys argue seven points: the jury wasn’t […]

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Hallmark, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has asked Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley and Kansas Sen. Roger Marshall to return its political donations. “HALLPAC, Hallmark’s political action committee, supports elected leaders from a wide variety of viewpoints–including Democrats, Republicans and Independents,” said a statement from a Hallmark representative. The statement continued: “Hallmark believes the peaceful transition […]

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Chaos erupted at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday as a mob of supporters of President Trump stormed the building in a violent scene that’s been likened to an attempted coup or an insurrection. Lawmakers were evacuated as the rioters breached the barricades as Congress met to certify the results of the presidential election. Thousands of […]

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The Santa Monica Pier will be temporarily closed for New Years’ weekend, it was announced Wednesday. The city said in a statement that “in an effort to slow the rampant spread of COVID-19 throughout Los Angeles County,” the pier would close at 10 p.m. Wednesday and reopen at 6 a.m. Monday, January 4. “We are in the […]

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The song-catalog bonanza of 2020 just hit a peak that is not likely to be topped: Universal Music Publishing Group has acquired Bob Dylan’s entire catalog of songs in a blockbuster agreement encompassing more than 600 copyrights spanning 60 years, ranging from 1962’s “Blowin’ in the Wind” to this year’s “Murder Most Foul.” His catalog was previously administered in the […]

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Are you having “fun” tonight? John King sure is. Over on CNN, the chief national correspondent is manning the map on the “magic wall” and telling anchor Wolf Blitzer how “fun” things like the count in Florida are. “This is why elections are fun,” he said at one point, talking with Blitzer about the continually changing […]

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With the culture at her eponymous talk show under fire, Ellen DeGeneres is speaking out. In a letter to her crew, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, DeGeneres addresses the alleged workplace misconduct, which was detailed in a Buzzfeed story published earlier this month. The widely-circulated piece includes a host of former employees’ anonymous accusations of racism, intimidation, unjust termination and […]

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The body of Naya Rivera, the actress best known for her role as Santana Lopez on the hit Fox show “Glee,” was recovered on Monday from the Southern California lake where she went missing last week. She was 33. Ventura county sheriff’s department confirmed the news to TheWrap on Monday ahead of a 2 p.m. […]

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Disney has continued to break records at the box office this year — and is on the verge of setting a new one. The studio has already garnered more than $8 billion at the global box office since January, breaking the record for the highest-grossing year for a studio ever, which it set in 2016. Not […]

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A judge ruled in favor of “Criminal Minds” star A.J. Cook on Monday is her dispute with her former attorneys, who said they were entitled to 5 percent of her payments from the hit CBS drama. Cook argued that attorney Neil Meyer and his firm, Meyer & Downs, raised their fee from 2.5 percent per episode of […]

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Steven Soderbergh’s next film, a comedy starring Meryl Streep called “Let Them All Talk,” is heading to HBO Max, HBO announced Monday. Streep stars in the film alongside Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest, Lucas Hedges and Gemma Chan, and production on the movie kicked off last week in New York and will continue onboard the Queen […]

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ABC’s female-focused talkfest The View—whose fractious interpersonal relationships on and off the air have provided endless fodder for tabloid-ready gossip over the past two decades—seems poised to claim yet another casualty. The show’s resident conservative Republican, Meghan McCain, daughter of  the late Arizona Senator John McCain, is seriously considering calling it quits and not accepting ABC’s offer to return for The View’s 23rd season […]

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It’s been 30 years since Say Anything…opened in theaters and Cameron Crowe’s directing career took off, but when John Cusack appears on the screen via Skype at the anniversary screening of the film at the Tribeca Film Festival on Tuesday night, it’s as if Lloyd Dobler never left. Dobler, of course, is the optimistic hero (played […]

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Black Panther won the biggest film prize of the night, taking home the best cast ensemble prize, SAG-AFTRA’s equivalent of a best picture award. Other big SAG Awards winners included Glenn Close, named best actress in a leading role for The Wife, and Rami Malek, who won best actor in a film for Bohemian Rhapsody. Also on the film side, Emily Blunt […]

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Blake Shelton spoke fondly of his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, during an interview with Entertainment Tonight. He opened up about their new music video for their song, “You Make It Feel Like Christmas.” Stefani recorded the song, and it features the country crooner’s vocals. Stefani gave a lot of credit to Shelton, saying he helped her […]

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Disgraced ex-CBS chief Les Moonvesforced an aspiring actress to perform oral sex on him during a 1995 meeting — and his efforts to cover it up could cost him a $120 million severance package, according to a new report Wednesday. Bobbie Phillips, then 25, told the New York Times that she went to Moonves’ office at the Warner […]

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A pair of powerful sequels — “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “Creed II” — are dominating at a robust Thanksgiving holiday box office, leading the way to a possible record-setting total for the five-day period. Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is performing impressively as it heads for an estimated domestic launch of about $89 million […]

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This year’s story is about the power of a gift. And how that gift inspired, changed and influenced the course of a little boy’s life. That little boy just happens to be Elton John. The film begins in present day and works backwards chronologically through Elton’s life right until the moment on Christmas morning when […]

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