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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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Two Genius Teens Tie as Champions of National Spelling Bee—See Their Insane Winning Words!

5 hours ago

Amazing. A-m-a-z-i-n-g. Use it in a sentence? Vanya Shivashankar and Gokul Venkatachalam are amazing. Boom. We win. No, but really, these two young teens (and we think it's fair to call them geniuses) tied as winners for the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday, which is the second year in a row that something like this has happened. Aside from these past two years, a tie for first place hadn't happened in over 50 years! How were two competitors declared winners, you ask? Fair question. Basically Shivashankar, 13, of Olathe, Kan., and Venkatachalam, 14, of Chesterfield, Miss., were so good See more »

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Charlie Weber of How to Get Away with Murder Wed in a Top-Secret Ceremony in Cabo

9 hours ago

How good are you at keeping secrets? If you're Charlie Weber, very, very good.

The How to Get Away With Murder star revealed to Us Weekly he got married in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico all the way back in April.

And here's just how secret he kept it: We still don't know who his wife is!

In February, he said

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- Jessica Roy

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Theater Review: Does Jim Parsons, as God, Knock 'Em Dead?

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For all its celebration of personal liberty and countercultural fabulousness, Broadway is actually a fairly God-positive place. Producers are not, after all, in the business of alienating potential audiences with gratuitous sacrilege. The nuns in Sister Act are sassy, not schismatic; Tevye’s a hondler, not an apostate. Even The Book of Mormon, for all its nose-thumbing, ends up endorsing the irrational power of faith in the same way it endorses the irrational power of musicals. So it comes as quite a surprise that David Javerbaum’s An Act of God, which promotes itself as a lighthearted new comedy, is actually See more »


- Jesse Green

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Hawaii Five-No: Cameron Crowe's Aloha trashed by critics on Us release

44 minutes ago

The delayed romantic comedy, starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams, has been called ‘dismal’ and ‘grating’

The bad buzz has been building for months and finally this week Us critics were allowed to see whether Cameron Crowe’s new film Aloha was lei-me or not. The answer: yes and very.

The romantic comedy, which sees defence contractor Bradley Cooper fall for pilot Emma Stone, has received a string of damning reviews in the Us as it’s released today. The Hollywood Reporter called it “deeply confused” with “mostly forced” chemistry, Variety said it was “fatally See more »

- Benjamin Lee

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Andy Serkis' Star Wars: The Force Awakens Character Revealed

3 hours ago

No, this is not the final look for Andy Serkis’s gravel-voiced character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The picture, as you’ll have guessed, shows him in his performance-capture rig. But we do at least now know his character’s name thanks to Vanity Fair and the official Star Wars See more »


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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 »


- Josh Horowitz

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Filmmaker Magazine

Aloha/Defending Cameron Crowe

12 hours ago

If you’re a dedicated Cameron Crowe fan, you may have been forced to spend part of the last 15 years repeatedly explaining why. Since Almost Famous, Crowe’s non-documentary feature output has included two movies instantly/violently rejected by both critics and the public (Vanilla Sky, Elizabethtown) and one See more »

- Vadim Rizov

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TotalFilm

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 »


- George Wales

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AMC News Interviews

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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