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Lois Braverman, President & CEO, Ackerman Institute for the Family has announced that Tamron Hall, Award-Winning Journalist will be honored with the Ackerman Family Advocate Award at the 11th Annual Moving Families Forward Gala to take place at the Jw Marriott Essex House on Monday, October 23rd in New York City.
“We are delighted that Tamron is accepting our Family Advocate Award. Her efforts to raise awareness for families who have a loved one experiencing abuse and to help victims affected by domestic violence aligns with the mission of the Ackerman Institute for the Family and our daily work with children and families,” says Lois Braverman, President & CEO, Ackerman Institute for the Family. “Her presence and participation at our Moving Families Forward event will further educate our friends, colleagues, and supporters about what we can do as individuals and as a community to prevent domestic violence and partner abuse.”
The movie, whose full title is “Teen Titans Go! to the Movies,” will also star Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, and Hynden Walch, reprising their roles from the Cartoon Network series. The film will be directed by Aaron Horvath and Peter Rida Michail, from a screenplay by Michael Jelenic and Horvath, based on characters from DC.
The roles for Arnett and Bell have not been revealed. “Teen Titans »
- Dave McNary
Next Sunday, I sit down with conservative radio host @RealAlexJones to discuss controversies and conspiracies #SundayNight June 18 on NBC pic.twitter.com/7bVz6Fobf5
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) June 11, 2017
Kelly tweeted a clip from the Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly interview over the weekend, teasing the sit-down, which is set to air June 18.
In the clip, Kelly asked Jones to discuss his highly controversial theories about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, »
- Lindsay Kimble
Usually I’m the one chasing down movies, but this time they were chasing me. I’d been through two tough films — well, they’re all tough, but these were marked by constant fighting with the producers and studio — and I was drained. I wasn’t playing hard to get; I just didn’t know if I could do it. But I liked the script by Bill Monahan, the cast was coming together; and maybe a gangster picture was just what I needed. I listened to the pitch by the young producer, Brad Grey, and agreed to direct “The Departed.”
Over the next month, red flags started to appear. The usual stuff — problems with scheduling, the budget, etc. — and I didn’t want to step into that maelstrom. I walked away. Then another meeting was set up. We went over the budget and schedule. It all seemed reasonable, and I »
- Martin Scorsese
Two decades ago today, Katrina and the Waves won the Eurovision song contest with Love Shine a Light. Or was it Walking on Sunshine? To be honest, it’s been so long since a Brit lifted the trophy that history has turned into legend, truth into fake news and only the most seasoned of fans can remember when the contest last shone a light on the UK. But, with the most wonderful time of the year upon us (yes, Eurovision is just around the corner!) the UK has a new entry and of course a new chance to win.
To non-Brits like myself it has long been a source of confusion why the »
- Bella Qvist
In mere moments, people will gather out at the big tent in Santa Monica to attend the Spirit Awards. Unlike the Oscars, the Spirits aren’t locked into the commerce of the Hollywood machine, »
- Sasha Stone
Kutcher, 39, testified in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on modern day slavery Wednesday. He spoke alongside Elisa Massimino, president and chief executive of the New York-based nonprofit Human Rights First, both of whom shared horrors they’ve witnessed through work with their respective organizations. (Kutcher is the co-founder of Thorn, a non-profit organization that “drives technology innovation to fight the sexual exploitation of children,” according to their website.)
Kutcher gave a 15-minute speech on modern day slavery, compelling Congress to act to end the horrors faced by »
- Diana Pearl
Sony Music Masterworks has released The Space Between Us – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally and physically on CD. The album will also release on vinyl at a later date. The album features original songs by Ingrid Michaelson and the movie’s original score by Andrew Lockington (San Andreas, Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters).
The score was comprised of orchestral elements and salvaged items from junk yards to create unique sounds catered to the film’s story. This process of “upcycling” was in line with the film’s message about celebrating the beauty of our planet.
“I loved working with Peter [Chelsom, the director] and Richard [Lewis, producer]. They had a real vision as to what they wanted but also allowed me lots of freedom within that vision. It was a lot of fun to be a part of the movie from such an early stage,” remarks Ingrid Michaelson.
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The album is now streaming on Spotify. »
- Melissa Thompson
Kevin Federline's cute kids are growing up fast!
The former rapper took to Instagram on Monday to post a smiling snapshot of his six children, lined up from oldest to youngest (and, coincidentally, by height).
"2017 squad!!! They're getting so big," Federline, 38, captioned the pic. "Grandma took this pic at Jordan's first bball game Saturday."
Photos: Stars Share Pics of Their Cute Kids
On the far left are Federline's 14-year-old daughter, Kori Madison, and 12-year-old son, Kaleb Michael, from his relationship with his ex-fiancée, actress Shar Jackson.
At the end of the line-up are his daughters -- 5-year-old Jordan Kay and 2-year-old Peyton Marie -- with wife Victoria Prince.
In February 2016, Prince shared another group photo of her husband standing with his six kids while they all posed with red Xs on the back of their hands, in recognition »
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