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How to Support the Time's Up Movement from a $12 Pin to a Celebrity Golden Globes Gown

How to Support the Time's Up Movement from a $12 Pin to a Celebrity Golden Globes Gown
The Golden Globe Awards’ red carpet blackout may be over, but the Time’s Up initiative is just beginning. Hollywood is continuing to champion the fight against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and beyond.

Time’s Up — the organization founded by 300 figures in the entertainment industry like Meryl Streep, America Ferrera, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and more — announced Wednesday that the organization is partnering with Condé Nast and eBay to auction off a selection of the black gowns and tuxedos worn by celebrities on the red carpet at the 2018 Golden Globes.

Between January 19 and January 26, shoppers can visit ebay.
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Aarp's Movies for Grownups Awards: 'The Post' Leads Nominees

Aarp's Movies for Grownups Awards: 'The Post' Leads Nominees
Steven Spielberg's newspaper drama The Post led Aarp The Magazine's Movies for Grownups Awards nominations with mentions in five categories, including actress (Meryl Streep), actor (Tom Hanks) directing, best time capsule and reader's choice poll.

However, the Fox movie was left out of the best picture selections, which include Get Out, Lady Bird, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

The winners will be honored at a Feb. 5 ceremony at the Beverly Wilshire, hosted by Alan Cumming. The annual event will be broadcasted for the first time, airing Feb. 23 on PBS and...
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Hooray! May the Comment Party Begin Again...

And there was much rejoicing. I can "hear" you all again. You can hear each other. We didn't expect to take a vow of collective silence but I had just watched Novitiate, that movie about the nuns, in which The LEOgend is very very upset when people talk during conversation blackout periods so perhaps I spiritually triggered it? Anyway... Please Say Something To End The Silence.

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Time's Up and Condé Nast Auctioning Off 2018 Golden Globes Dresses Worn by Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek and More

Condé Nast is partnering with Time's Up and eBay to auction off gowns and tuxedos worn by celebrities at the 2018 Golden Globes. All proceeds will benefit the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund—an organization that helps individuals who've experienced sexual misconduct find legal representation. The organizations announced the news on Wednesday. From Jan. 19 to Jan. 26, shoppers can visit to bid on gowns worn by Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tracee Ellis Ross, Gal Gadot, Elizabeth Moss, Emma Watson, Viola Davis, Salma Hayek and more. Shoppers can also bid on tuxedos worn by Hugh Jackman, Jude Law, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth Meyers and Daniel...
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Stars Of The Post Join Reporters Without Borders Chairman For Paris Premiere

Peter Price, Chairman of Reporters Without Borders (Rsf USA), joined Rsf President, Christophe Deloire, to welcome Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Meryl Streep to the Paris premiere of The Post.

Meryl Streep, Peter Price, Stephen Spielberg, Christophe Deloire and Tom Hanks attend the Reporters Without Borders (Rsf) premiere of The Post in Paris

Credit/Copyright: L'Agence France-Presse

The film celebrates Rsf’s global mission to protect press freedom through its correspondents in 130 countries. These prominent leaders in the film industry thanked Rsf for its commitment to protecting against what they feels is a deeply critical challenge to press freedom now re-occurring today.

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Women of "The Post"

By Spencer Coile 

There is a scene during a climactic moment in The Post where Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep), publisher for The Washington Post, wades into a crowd. News outlets and reporters swarm around her, probing her decision to run an article exposing the U.S. government for their involvement in the Pentagon Papers. Without uttering a word, she glides past the press, but the camera slows as Katharine finds herself surrounded by a small group of women in this crowd, all staring at her with admiration. 

The Post serves as a timely reminder for why we should never underestimate the impact one powerful woman can make. Though Katharine Graham is the central female focus of the film, Spielberg's latest work features multiple women: they are reporters, wives, mothers, daughters. Each character provides insight into this pivotal moment in American history. So how does The Post honor their legacy? 
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The Post Stars Carrie Coon and Husband Tracy Letts Expecting Their First Child

The Post Stars Carrie Coon and Husband Tracy Letts Expecting Their First Child
Carrie Coon is pregnant!

People confirms the actress, 36, and husband Tracy Letts, 52, whom she costars in The Post with, are expecting their first child.

Coon debuted her baby bump at the Critics’ Choice Awards on Jan. 11 but did not confirm the baby news until Tuesday.

“It’s true!” she tweeted.

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The couple, who wed in 2013, tied the knot one year after appearing together in the Broadway production Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? for which Letts,
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Take a Magical Ride in the Latest Look at Mary Poppins Returns

Disney has released a new image from Mary Poppins Returns, which showcases a ton of the new cast members having themselves what appears to be a very fun time. Disney has been a hit-making machine in recent years, the likes of which Hollywood has never seen. While doing a remake of the classic Mary Poppins would be downright blasphemous, they're doing the more acceptable but equally risky thing by releasing a sequel this Christmas. This new photo offers us a glimpse of what's in store.

The photo features some of the younger cast members from the sequel, alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda's character and Emily Blunt, who has the very difficult task of living up to Julie Andrews' legacy in Mary Poppins Returns. That said, this photo, and everything we've seen and heard for that matter, points to Blunt being perfect for the role. Her co-star Ben Whishaw seems to think so,
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5 reasons to see The Post

5 reasons to see The Post5 reasons to see The PostAmanda Wood1/16/2018 9:00:00 AMMeryl Streep, Tom Hanks, And Steven Spielberg? Working together on one movie? It seems like something out of our wildest dreams, and yet it's somehow very real.  The Post tells the strange but true story of how the Washington Post went against protocol (and the law) to publish leaked government documents about the futility of the Vietnam War. Many directors would be wary to take on such heavy material, but it obviously didn't deter Spielberg at all. Rounding up a best-of-the-best cast, he has crafted a thrilling and rather timely movie about the freedom of the press. We've put together five reasons why we think you should see The Post, out in theatres now.  1. Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks at the top of their games

There's been very little that Meryl Streep or Tom Hanks has done
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The Post Review

Author: Stefan Pape

It was only two years ago that Spotlight won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, a film about journalists searching for the truth in the face of adversity. Now, it’s a territory that Steven Spielberg has delved into himself, to make an intelligent, entertaining drama that is so gloriously cinematic and unrelentingly fast-paced. It’s a bit like Spotlight, just played on fast forward.

Meryl Streep plays Kay Graham, the first female newspaper publisher, who runs the Washington Post, finding herself unwittingly caught up in a battle between the truth, and the Government. Her enterprising, stubborn editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks), along with his team of diligent reporters, have somehow got their hands on the Pentagon Papers, a revealing document that unravels corruption and lies concerning politicians and the military – going back as far as The White House. The New York Times have the story too,
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Movie Review – The Post (2017)

The Post, 2017.

Directed by Steven Spielberg.

Starring Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jesse Plemons, Alison Brie and Matthew Rhys.


In the early 70s, the Washington Post discovers an extensive cover-up spanning four Us Presidents. The decision to publish what became known as The Pentagon Papers puts it, especially its publisher and editor, on a collision course with the government.

We’ve seen Washington Post Editor Ben Bradlee before, but played by a gruff Jason Robards in All The President’s Men (1976). There’s no mention in Steven Spielberg’s The Post of either Bob Woodward or Carl Bernstein – at least by name – but by the end of the film we’re in no doubt that one of the many hats worn by the film is that of prequel. To Watergate. And it’s all laced with the delicious irony of
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‘The Post’ Fact-Check: Was Katharine Graham’s First Job Really Publisher of the Washington Post?

‘The Post’ Fact-Check: Was Katharine Graham’s First Job Really Publisher of the Washington Post?
The Post” is a wonderful movie. But it takes some liberties with the life story of Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham to play up her hero’s journey from uncertain widow to journalistic icon. In the film, Graham (Meryl Streep) says that she never had a real job until she inherited her job as publisher of the Post when she was 45. This helps the film tell its powerful story of a woman learning to claim her authority, though wisdom and bravery, in a male-dominated world. Early in the film, we see Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) tell her in no uncertain...
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Lebanon Bans Steven Spielberg's The Post

Lebanon Bans Steven Spielberg's The Post
Steven Spielberg got some unexpected news in regards to his latest Oscar hopeful. His new movie The Post, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, has just been banned in Lebanon, a source close to the project has revealed. The movie was presented to the Lebanese censorship board, which banned it, citing a "boycott Israel" list that includes Spielberg due to his Oscar-winning Holocaust movie Schindler's List, because the 1993 movie shot scenes in Jerusalem. However, the decision may be overturned when it reaches Lebanon's Minister of Interior and Municipalities, who will have the final say in the matter.

Wonder Woman was also banned in Lebanon over the summer due to star Gal Gadot being a former member of the Israeli Army, which is required of all Israeli citizens. Lebanon and Israel are currently at war with each other, leading to all kinds of artistic controversy of musicians performing concerts in Israel
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Vote Now! The 2017 Cinelinx Movie Awards Nominees

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2017 is now behind us, and to celebrate the achievements in film over the last 12 months, Cinelinx presents our nominees for our 2017 Movie Awards. We need the help of you fellow cinephiles, however, in order to decide the winners, so come inside to check out the nominees and vote on your picks!

2018 has arrived, and although there are a lot of exciting films on the horizon, it is important to reflect upon all the accomplishments in film from last year. For this reason, we are proud to present the categories and nominees for the 2017 Cinelinx Movie Awards (“The Linxies”). This will be our third year of handing out these special awards and with your help we can make it something really fun and special. Listed below are the categories we’ve chosen to highlight all of the hard work that goes into movies. These categories are organized to reflect our review system.
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Legally Blonde, Mrs. Doubtfire, and more movies to cheer you up on Blue Monday

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Legally Blonde, Mrs. Doubtfire, and more movies to cheer you up on Blue MondayLegally Blonde, Mrs. Doubtfire, and more movies to cheer you up on Blue MondayAdriana Floridia1/15/2018 9:08:00 Am

Monday January 15th has been deemed Blue Monday.

Blue Monday is what experts would call “the most depressing day of the year”, and it makes sense. It’s freezing cold outside, it’s mid-January when the excitement of the holidays has officially faded, and it’s a Monday.

We’ve narrowed down a list of the best films you may want to check out to make your Blue Monday even more cheerful. These films are all available either in the Cineplex Store or are now playing at a Cineplex theatre near you.

Here are our movie picks that will be sure to brighten your Blue Monday:

Paddington 2

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Indulge in some British whimsy with the sequel to Paddington Bear.
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‘The Post’ Review: Dir. Steven Spielberg (2017)

The Post Review: Spielberg, Hanks and Streep finally collaborate to tell this rather timely historic story.

The Post Review by Orestes Adam.

The Post Review

Who would have thought that it would take this long for these three titans to collide? Steven Spielberg directs Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in this riveting period drama on the Washington Post’s battle with the U.S. government in publishing the Pentagon Papers: documents containing highly classified information on how the American government has systematically lied to its people for decades about their escalating involvement in Vietnam. The Post is a political drama that, much to the filmmakers’ knowledge, could easily take place today with hardly any adjustments save for the names of the President and the war. In spite of its patriotic and uplifting undertones, the film sheds light on just how little the relationship between the United States government and its people
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Cinemaholics #47: Paddington 2 Review

The Cinemaholics were just as surprised as you were when the first Paddington turned out to be a terrific film for kids and adults. Now, its highly anticipated sequel, Paddington 2, is finally out in U.S. theaters, so it’s time to snack on some marmalade and discuss the ongoing adventures of everyone’s favorite talking bear in London.

Elsewhere on the show, we review The Commuter, starring Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson and Sam Neill. That’s right, there’s another high-stakes Liam Neeson action movie coming out that takes place on a mode of transportation.

Later on, the Cinemaholics catch up on some other films and shows we’ve been waiting a while to talk about. Jon and Maveryke rave about The End of the F****** World, a new series on Netflix, while Will recommends a great new 2018 pic that’s flying under the radar called Blame,
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Box Office Roundup: ‘Jumanji’ Regains Top Spot

Despite the expansion of Steven Spielberg’s The Post, and the release of three new features, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was able to regain the top spot at the box office. The Kevin Hart/Dwayne Johnson vehicle has been an absolute smash hit both domestically and internationally adding another estimated $27 million domestically during this Mlk weekend. Jumanji has now earned $283 million in the staes alone, with a worldwide cume of around $667 million.

Expanding to 2,800 theaters, Speilberg’s The Post finished second at the domestic box office earning an estimated $18 million. The Post is lead by an all-star cast which includes Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and Sarah Paulson among others. While not the box office results the filmmakers were expecting, The Post was able to hold off all three new wide releases.

Of the three new releases, The Commuter, Paddington 2 ($10.6 million), and Proud Mary ($10 million), only the Liam Neeson
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‘Jumanji’ Sequel and ‘The Greatest Showman’ Boost 2018 Box Office

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” (Sony) easily bested all comers on its fourth weekend, and sustained the 2018 box office upswing. The shockingly successful reboot is just $50 million away from landing in the top-five grossers of 2017. A $350-million total won’t come near to challenging the $600 million-plus final tally for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which is 2017’s top performer both domestic and globally, with a worldwide total of over $1.3 billion.

A weekend result that puts the Dwayne Johnson family fantasy $15-million ahead of the latest “Star Wars” juggernaut suggests the days may be waning for “Star Wars” as the dominant franchise far above all the rest. For the first time, its fifth weekend fell below the comparable “Rogue One” last year.

And yet overall grosses are up — if not at the level of last week’s 20 per cent increase. This weekend’s overall results are close to a carbon copy
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Box Office: ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Darkest Hour’ Lead Awards Contenders

Box Office: ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Darkest Hour’ Lead Awards Contenders
Saoirse Ronan’s “Lady Bird” and Gary Oldman’s “Darkest Hour” are racking up the top cumulative performances at the domestic box office among awards-season contenders.

A24’s “Lady Bird” is pegged to take in $2 million at 652 sites during the four-day Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, raising its 11-week take to $37.2 million. The coming-of-age comedy won Golden Globes as best comedy or musical and for Ronan as best actress in a comedy or musical on Jan. 7. Writer-director Greta Gerwig received Directors Guild and Writers Guild nominations for the film this past week.

Focus Features’ eighth weekend of “Darkest Hour” will take in a projected $5.7 million at 1,693 venues this weekend for a 10th place finish, pushing its domestic total to $36.9 million. Oldman won the Golden Globe for best actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill during his first weeks as prime minister in 1940.

Fox Searchlight’s 10th weekend of “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” generated
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