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Arnold Schwarzenegger Blasts Indiana's Anti-Gay Law

3 April 2015 3:20 PM, PDT

Indiana's religious freedom law just got a very powerful new enemy: the "Governator" himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The former California Governor - an outspoken Republican - expressed his anger and disappointment over what he sees as his party's discriminatory agenda in an op-ed for the Washington Post. "I'm incredibly concerned about what happened in Indiana this week and the threat of similar laws being passed in other states," he wrote, adding, "As a Republican, I'm furious." Schwarzenegger is referring to the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into Indiana law on Thursday by Republican Governor Mike Pence. Those who oppose the See more »


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Ariana Grande Gets Back to Work After Her Breakup With Big Sean: "I'm Good I Promise"

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Ariana Grande is doing Ok, y'all. After she and Big Sean confirmed their split Monday, citing their grueling work schedules as the main impetus for calling it quits, Grande went right back to work. She is working alongside Lea Michele while filming Ryan Murphy's upcoming series, Scream Queens. The former Glee star tweeted the news, "Next scene up with my girls @ArianaGrande @RobertsEmma @billielourd & @yoabbaabba #ScreamQueens. The "One More Time" singer must be enjoying her time onset with the female cast, which includes Abigail Breslin and Emma Roberts, because she also See more »


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Dancing with the Stars: Who Got Sent Home?

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It may be rainy and cold here in New York, but it's Spring Break week on Dancing with the Stars. Can you smell that salty sea air?

We also get our first team dances of the season. And we get forewarned that two couples will be going home next week, when the Tuesday night results shows return.

Who will

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‘The Vulture TV Podcast’: Mad Men’s 3 Fs

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A new Mad Men edition of "The Vulture TV Podcast" is here! TV columnist Margaret Lyons, TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz, and TV editor Gazelle Emami discuss Sunday night's episode, "Forecast," how apprehensively it approaches the future, and friggin' Glen. Plus, we take a question from our listeners on why networks burn off their shows by playing two episodes back to back (see: The Last Man on Earth).Further reading: Matt Zoller Seitz's Mad Men recap; Margaret Lyons's piece on Mad Men's "Forecast." Tune in to “The Vulture TV Podcast,” produced by the Slate Group’s Panoply, every See more »


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Martin Scorsese's Polish cinema restorations – video

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Film director Martin Scorsese has long been a champion of classic European cinema, and has recently overseen a project restoring some of Poland's greatest films to their former glory. Here we see the work done on three of the country's finest: Knife in the Water, directed by Roman Polanski; A Short Film About Killing, directed by Krzysztof Kieślowski; and Man of Iron, directed by Andrzej Wajda. All three are screened as part of the Martin Scorsese Presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema section of the Kinoteka Polish Film Festival, at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh and See more »

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New Tomorrowland Posters Land Online

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Update: First came the IMAX posters; now we have the real deal: a new, full-length trailer for Tomorrowland that amps up the action and brings a sense of menace to the fantastical goings-on. Click below to take a closer look. Take a touch of Wizard Of Oz, a dash of See more »


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MTV Movies Blog

The Best Movies Of 2013

17 December 2013 12:00 PM, PST

To clarify, this is my top ten today at this very moment. It's going to change. Even as I wrote out the below list, I was dramatically shifting these worthy films up and down. For one thing I want — no, need — to see all of these again and See more »


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Filmmaker Magazine

“We Didn’t Even Have Time For a Table Read”: Cooley High Director Michael Schultz

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Forty years ago, a film crew with exploitation financing and art-house ambitions arrived in Chicago to create Cooley High, a funny and poignant slice of life that would eventually become a classic. The movie — which tells the story of black teenagers growing up in the Cabrini-Green housing project See more »

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Jude Law set to join Guy Ritchie’s Knights Of The Roundtable

16 November 2014 10:48 PM, PST

Guy Ritchie’s Camelot saga Knights Of The Roundtable looks set to add another big name to its growing ensemble, with Jude Law in negotiations to join the production. According to Variety, Law is circling the role of the new film’s chief villain, although the identity of said bad See more »


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Interview: Harry Potter Cast and Crew Say Goodbye at Final Red Carpet

12 July 2011 11:00 AM, PDT

It all ends here. And here, this week, was New York City, where Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and the cast of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 walked their last red carpet for the final Potter premiere ... ever. FilmCritic.com was lucky See more »

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