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Joseph Wapner, ‘People’s Court’ Judge, Dies at 97 (Report)

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Judge Joseph Wapner, retired L.A. County Superior Court Judge and the first judge to preside over “The People’s Court,” died Sunday at age 97, TMZ reports. Wapner served on the bench in Los Angeles for twenty years before signing on to serve as the first host of “The People’s Court” in 1981. Over his twelve years on the show, he helped turn the syndicated daytime show into a cultural phenomenon, which led to the creation of other court shows like “Judge Judy” and helped established reality TV as a lucrative genre. “The People’s Court” still airs today, with Judge. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Actor Neil Fingleton Dies: UK’s Tallest Man Was 36

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English actor and basketball player Neil Fingleton has died. Named Britain's tallest man in 2007, Fingleton turned professional actor with roles in 2011’s X-Men: First Class and in 2013's 47 Ronin. In what is his best-known turn, he played Mag the Mighty in HBO’s Game Of Thrones. A rep for the actor could not confirm how Fingleton died, although multiple reports say he suffered heart failure on Saturday. He was 36. A statement posted to the Tall Persons Club group… »


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Rob Gronkowski Being Rob Gronkowski at the Daytona 500

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If you don’t love the man child that is Rob Gronkowski then frankly there’s just something wrong with you.  It’s impossible not to love the bigger than life tight end of the New England Patriots.  He’s just such a perfect compliment and break from the level headed greatness that is Bill Belichick and Tom BradyJulian Edelman can certainly stir up a crowd but no one can get rowdy like the Gronk.  It’s just not possible. This weekend Gronkowski was taking in the sights at one of the most popular car races in the country: The Daytona 500.   Wearing a

Rob Gronkowski Being Rob Gronkowski at the Daytona 500 »

- Nat Berman

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscar Tweet to Donald Trump Earns More Than 200,000 Retweets Within Hours

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Infamous Twitter user Donald Trump was uncharacteristically quiet during this year’s Academy Awards telecast, and host Jimmy Kimmel was having none of it.

During one of the most inspired moments of Kimmel’s stint Sunday night as Oscar emcee, Kimmel came out on stage, phone in hand, and decided to post a Tweet directed at Trump.

“We are more than two hours into the show and Donald Trump hasn’t tweeted at us once. I’m starting to get worried about him,” he said. The result was this Tweet:

Hey @realDonaldTrump u up?

Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017

Within hours, the Tweet had already earned nearly 230,000 retweets, and more than 400,000 likes. (A separate Tweet referencing Meryl Streep, featuring the hashtag #MerylSaysHi, didn’t make it into Kimmel’s Twitter feed for some reason.

Read More: Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscar Monologue: Making ‘Nice’ with Matt Damon, Meryl Streep and America – Watch »


- Michael Schneider

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Watch Teen Titans Go Admit the Original Teen Titans Show was Better

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I think one of the best things about any new show that’s either a reboot or paying homage to an older show is when they make it super obvious.  That could be in the form of an old cast member appearing in the new show.  It could be the playing of a song or even showing of an old clip.  But when I came across this Teen Titans Go video watching the old Teen Titans, it was the best homage I’ve ever seen. Teen Titans Go did a scene where they react to the original Teen Titans show and admit

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- Nat Berman

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TV Review: Oscars Celebrate Cinema Through the Messy Power of Live Television

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Just when you think the Oscars might be boring — a post-midnight twist makes them worth staying up for.

After one of the more pleasant if predictable runs of show in recent Oscars history, a complete best picture upset stunned at Sunday night’s 89th Academy Awards, as “La La Land” — in the process of receiving the final and most prestigious Oscar of the night onstage — was interrupted by the revelation that the award in fact had been given to breakout “Moonlight.”

It’s an incredible story of “Moonlight,” a film that slowly caught the attention of a mainstream audience through the awards circuit and now has entered a hallowed canon of films. It’s less of one for the producers “La La Land” — which, while still winners of six other Oscars, were forced to make way for another film in the middle of their own acceptance speeches.

But that final-seconds revelation, and »


- Sonia Saraiya

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Oscars TV Review: Stellar Show Spoiled By Best Picture Fiasco

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An unprecedented Best Picture mistake tonight took the shine off one of the best Oscars in recent years. The 89th Academy Awards initially handed the big win to La La Land when Moonlight was the actual victor. “This is very unfortunate what happened,” said host Jimmy Kimmel after the fiasco from a packed stage at the Dolby Theatre to a shocked crowd in front of him and millions watching on TV. “Personally I blame Steve Harvey for this,” he added to tight laughs in a… »

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When Ron Swanson Realizes What Internet Piracy Is

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I began writing on the internet in 2007.  Since that time we’ve come a long way but we’ve also backtracked a tad too.  But if there’s one thing I remember about writing articles, sourcing, taking pictures, all that fun stuff, it’s that we used to give credit to other sources as much as possible.  One of the biggest issues we faced in those days and even more so today is the question of “who posted it first?” so that the right person would get credit. The reality is that bigger outlets today sometimes post popular works days if not weeks

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- Nat Berman

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Oscars 2017: The 21 Best, Worst and Most Uncomfortable Moments

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Denzel Washington officiating a wedding. Seth Rogen breaking into an impromptu Hamilton performance. Oh, and La La Land incorrectly being named Best Picture. Those were just a few of the truly bizarre things that took place at the 89th Annual Academy Awards.

VideosOscars 2017 Stunner: La La Land Mistakenly Named Best Picture; Moonlight Actual Winner

Late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel managed to do a decent job as Oscars host — which, if you haven’t repressed all memories of James Franco and Anne Hathaway’s 2011 hosting stint, you’ll know is no small feat. Sure, we could’ve done without his tired banter with frenemy Matt Damon, »


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Oscars 2017 Stunner: La La Land Mistakenly Named Best Picture; Moonlight Actual Winner

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In a stunning and unprecedented gaffe, La La Land was incorrectly named Best Picture by co-presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway at Sunday’s 89th annual Academy Awards instead of the actual winner, Moonlight.

Watch: Moment where crew/cast of ‘La La Land’ realizes a mistake had been made and ‘Moonlight’ actually won Best Picture. #Oscars pic.twitter.com/WCCopwsJ66

Good Morning America (@Gma) February 27, 2017

The glitch was discovered shortly after Team La La Land had taken to the stage to accept the trophy, prompting one of the movie’s producers, Jordan Horowitz, to walk to the microphone and declare Moonlight the true victor. »


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The 89th Academy Awards Show Review: Jimmy Kimmel Slays on a Shocking, Joyous Oscar Night — Save Two Big Bombs

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Moment of truth: The Oscars will always feel long. It’s a three-plus hour awards show built around handing out trophies and listening to speeches. It’s going to drag at times, and the 89th Academy Awards ran way over time. Knowing that this is expected — that the show tends to drag no matter what the host does — only makes Jimmy Kimmel and the producers’ decision to open the show as they did all the more ballsy.

From the moment Justin Timberlake broke into his extremely catchy nominated song, we, indeed, could not fight the feeling. And that feeling was utter exuberance.

And while it kept the feeling flush for a while, the uncontrollable building blocks of the Oscars eventually brought things back down to earth. The speeches weren’t all that surprising, save for a few, and the winners weren’t particularly shocking in the major categories — except »


- Ben Travers

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Oscars: La La Land 'Wins' Best Picture

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Update: Not So fast — Moonlight was the winner!

In the end, Hollywood’s love for La La Land (aka itself) proved insurmountable. Or so we thought.

The Ryan Gosling-Emma Stone song-and-dance drama was incorrectly named best picture of the year Sunday at the 89th annual Academy Awards. Moonlight was the actual winner. (Click here for the full story.)

All told, the film still won six trophies, including Best Actress for Emma Stone and Best Director for Damien Chazelle.

VideosOscars 2017: Casey Affleck Wins Best Actor for Manchester by the Sea

La La Land entered the ceremony with a leading 14 nominations, »


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Oscars 2017: Emma Stone Wins Best Actress for La La Land

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A musical dreamer, a civil rights icon, a fashionable First Lady, a vengeful businesswoman and a talentless “singer” faced off Sunday for one of the Oscars‘ most coveted honors.

RelatedOscars 2017: Viola Davis Wins Best Supporting Actress for Fences

Five of Hollywood’s finest actresses — Emma Stone (La La Land), Ruth Negga (Loving), Natalie Portman (Jackie), Isabelle Huppert (Elle) and Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins) — were nominated for Best Actress at the 89th Academy Awards. But only one would hear her name announced by presenter Leonardo DiCaprio, and that actress turned out to be… Stone!

Emma Stone gives emotional #Oscars »


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10 Times Snoop Dogg Went All in With his Outfits

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You see this picture up top?  For some reason it made the front page of Reddit.  Don’t get me wrong, I’ve never seen it before and think it’s far and away one of the best pictures of Snoop Dogg that I’ve ever seen.  However, in the close to 30 years that Snoop Dogg has been gracing us with his presence both in public and in the projects he performs in, just a little cowboy hat and a gold chain is hardly his best work from an aesthetic perspective. Over the years Snoop has adaptive his image to well, nothing.  The

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- Nat Berman

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Oscars 2017: Casey Affleck Wins Best Actor for Manchester by the Sea

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Casey Affleck has added to the shiny, new Golden Globe on his mantel, winning Best Actor at Sunday night’s 89th annual Academy Awards, for his performance in Manchester by the Sea.

RelatedOscars: Viola Davis Wins Best Supporting Actress for Fences

In the slow-burn drama about grief and forgiveness, Affleck plays a man who looks after his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies.

Grade It!Oscars: Jimmy Kimmel Shreds Trump, Mel Gibson in Monologue

To grab gold, Affleck bested fellow nominees Denzel Washington (Fences), Ryan Gosling (La La Land), Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge) and Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic »


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John Legend Brings La La Land to the Oscars — Watch and Grade His Medley

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And the Academy Award for Best Impressions of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling goes to… John Legend!

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During Sunday’s Oscars, Legend performed “Audition (The Fools Who Dream)” and “City of Stars” — originally sung by Stone and Gosling, respectively — the numbers from La La Land nominated for Best Original Song:

watch @johnlegend charm the #Oscars with a song from #Lalaland pic.twitter.com/5NntBU3grY

— The Daily Dot (@dailydot) February 27, 2017

Though it would have been nice to see Stone and Gosling perform their tracks live, »


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Kimmel Tweets To Donald Trump During Oscars

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“Were more than two hours into the show, and Donald Trump has not tweeted at us once. I’m starting to get worried about him,” Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel tells the Dolby audience and viewers at home. Hold on a second,” he adds as he types into his smartphone. Hey @realDonaldTrump u up? — Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017 He adds: “#Merylsayshi&#8221… »

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Denzel Washington ‘Marries’ a Couple at the Oscars

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Imagine having a wedding with Meryl Streep, Mel Gibson and Viola Davis as the guests of honor… and Denzel Washington officiating proceedings.

Well, thanks to Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel and his “Star Tours” sketch, one couple was ‘married’ by Denzel Washington and kissed in front of a star-studded Dolby Theatre (not to mention the millions watching at home).

The bit, orchestrated by Kimmel, involved a group of unsuspecting Hollywood tourists who were let into the Dolby during the Oscars. Kimmel brought the group to the front of the theater with Gary and his fiancee Vicky leading the pack.

“I now pronounce you husband and wife,” Washington said as he was awkwardly sandwiched between the couple. “Kiss the bride,” Washington then said before handing his mic back to Kimmel with a ‘my work here is done’ look on his face.

Kimmel was quick to authenticate the wedding. “He’s Denzel, so it’s legal,” the »


- Will Thorne

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Beastie Boys “So What’cha Want” Gets a Muppet Mashup

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To be honest I’m still having a very hard time getting over the fact that Bill Paxton died today.  I didn’t know the man but I just kind of felt like I did, you know?  He was one of those actors that’s been with us for such a long time and it’s like he was right there with you in every movie he appeared in.  The second I finished writing about his death I decided to go on Facebook to get my mind off of it.  What did I find? I found this mashup video of The Beastie Boys hit

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- Nat Berman

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Jimmy Kimmel Taunts Donald Trump In Political Oscars Opening Monologue – Watch

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Updated with video: Jimmy Kimmel wasted no time getting political as he opened this year’s Academy Awards. “This broadcast Is being watched live by millions of Americans and around the world in more than 225 countries that now hate us. And I think that is an amazing thing,” the Oscars host gushed after Justin Timberlake’s opening performance number. “Maybe this is not a popular thing to say, but I want to say thank you to Donald Trump,” Kimmel continued, giving viewers a… »

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