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NoRA: Amy Schumer, Michael Moore, Jimmy Kimmel, and More Announce New Initiative to Combat the NRA

Famous gun-control advocates commemorated the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting Friday by launching the No Rifle Association [NoRA] Initiative. The undertaking became public when Time Magazine published an open letter from 100-plus NoRA members — including Amy Schumer, Michael Moore, Jill Soloway, Jimmy Kimmel, Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Debra Messing, Jon Favreau, Amber Tamblyn, Bradley Whitford, Minnie Driver, Michael Ian Black, Constance Wu, Patton Oswalt, Alyssa Milano, and Annabella Sciorra — to National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne Lapierre.

“Your time signing checks in our blood is up,” reads the letter, whose authors are planning boycotts, demonstrations, voter registration drives, and cross-country art campaigns. “We'[r]e a diverse, non-partisan coalition of activists, artists, celebrities, writers, gun violence survivors, and policy experts. We’re going to shine a bright light on what you and your organization to do America…We’re coming for your money. We’re coming for your puppets.
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Everything We Know About ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2

Everything We Know About ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2
When audiences last saw Elisabeth Moss’ Offred — aka June — in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” she was being taken away from the Commander’s home in the back of a van in the Season 1 finale, her future unclear. While she questioned if she could trust Nick (Max Minghella), Moira (Samira Wiley) successfully escaped to Canada and the handmaids refused to punish Janine (Madeline Brewer) for attempting suicide.

Ahead of the show’s second season premiere April 25 on Hulu, here’s everything we know about the new season of the hit drama so far from “Handmaid’s Tale” trailer, first-look images, and early interviews.
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'The Handmaid's Tale' Returns: How Season 2 Taps Into the Resistance

'The Handmaid's Tale' Returns: How Season 2 Taps Into the Resistance
Deep in the heart of Gilead, a dystopian hellhole that used to be known as the United States of America, Elisabeth Moss offers a prayer. Like all the women in The Handmaid's Tale, her character, Offred, a prisoner and a slave. She remembers a few years ago, when she was a librarian in Boston with a husband and daughter, until the country got taken over by a militaristic and religious coup. Now it's a Christian totalitarian state where women are no longer allowed to read – they're forced into servitude or killed for "gender treachery.
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If You're Too Afraid to Ask What The Handmaid's Tale Is, Here You Go

With season two premiering in a matter of days, Hulu's adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale just keeps gaining momentum. If you missed the first season and you literally have no idea what the show is about, we can help.

Originally a 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, the story was equally popular when it was first published. The series follows the book's premise pretty closely in that it's set in a dystopian time when the American government has been overthrown and the country is now run by an order of totalitarian orthodox Christians who are fundamentalists. Under their dictatorship-style rule, basic human rights for women have almost become extinct.

The human fertility rates have suffered due to environmental factors, and the population is dwindling. It is in this society that we are introduced to the protagonist Offred who is a "handmaid" to Fred, or "The Commander." Offred is expertly played by Elisabeth Moss,
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Key Art Revealed For Upcoming ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Season Two

Hulu has revealed the first piece of key art for the highly anticipated second season of their incredible drama series The Handmaid’s Tale. The first two episodes of the 13-episode season will launch on Wednesday, April 25th.

The Emmy-winning drama series returns with a second season shaped by Offred’s pregnancy and her ongoing fight to free her future child from the dystopian horrors of Gilead. “Gilead is within you” is a favorite saying of Aunt Lydia. In Season Two, Offred and all our characters will fight against – or succumb to – this dark truth.

The Handmaid’s Tale was without a doubt one of the very best series to date and we are absolutely on the edge of our seats in anticipation for what will be in store for season two!

The Handmaid’s Tale comes to Hulu from MGM Television and is created, executive produced and written by
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'The Handmaid's Tale': Watch Disturbing New Season Two Trailer

'The Handmaid's Tale': Watch Disturbing New Season Two Trailer
Offred (Elisabeth Moss) hunts for her daughter and processes the confusing aftermath of her pregnancy in the exhilarating Season Two trailer for the Emmy-winning series, The Handmaid's Tale. The first two episodes will premiere April 25th on Hulu

The new trailer picks up right where the dystopian drama left off with its first season finale: Moss' protagonist riding in the back of a van, uncertain of her future. "Is this what freedom looks like?" she narrates. "What will happen when I get out? There probably is no 'out.' Gilead is within you.
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The Cast of ‘The West Wing’ Just Reunited for the Best Reason

1999 was a simpler time in politics. We didn’t have Facebook, or people mining for your Facebook info. There were no presidents or vice president threatening to beat each other up. And — perhaps the best part — is that Jed Bartlet was in the Oval Office. At least the fictional Oval Office in one of TV’s best shows of all time, The West Wing! The stars of the beloved political drama have remained tight — and politically active! Several members of the cast — Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Dulé Hill, Mary McCormack, Janel Maloney, and Jimmy Smits — recently reunited to film a PSA for the organization Let America Vote. In the two-minute video, they urge Americans to take action against the voter suppression policies that will likely affect the upcoming midterm elections. Check out the PSA in the video below! In the video, they remind voters/fans, “Every
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‘The West Wing’ Cast Reunites to Stop Republicans From Making It Harder for Americans to Vote — Watch

While fans of NBC’s “The West Wing” are hoping the show pulls a “Will & Grace” and returns to television with new episodes, the cast has gone ahead and reunited for a very important cause. Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, and more appear in a new NowThis video in which they encourage Americans to band together and stop Republican lawmakers from making it more difficult to vote.

“Voting. It’s our right as Americans,” the cast states. “And in times like these it’s our responsibility. That’s why every eligible American should be able to cast a ballon without having to jump through hoops, without having to knock down barriers. Let Americans vote. It shouldn’t be up for debate.”

Other cast members that appear in the video include Dulé Hill, Janel Moloney, Jimmy Smits, and Mary McCormak. Together, “The West Wing” team break down fundamental ways
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10 New Secrets We Learned About The Handmaid's Tale, Straight From the Cast

Time is ticking down to the premiere of The Handmaid's Tale's mysterious second season. While Gilead certainly isn't a fun place to peek into, it's hard not to be enthralled by the show's dark and twisted world. After the initial intrigue surrounding the trailer and first photos, we attended the Paleyfest red carpet and panel for season two. You'll be thrilled to know that we uncovered a handful of exciting hints concerning what's to come. Here's what we learned. Related: Bradley Whitford Has Joined The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 - Find Out Who He's Playing! 1. The First Episode Will Absolutely Blow Us Away Max Minghella, who plays Nick, revealed to me on the red carpet that he was completely blown away by the season two premiere. "It has this scale to it . . . I think it's going to surprise people that Bruce [Miller] and the writers were able to continue the story
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Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn and more join Valley of the Boom

National Geographic has announced that Bradley Whitford (Get Out), Steve Zahn (War for the Planet of the Apes), Lamorne Morris (Game Night), John Karna (Lady Bird), Dakota Shapiro (The Affair) and Oliver Cooper (Red Oaks) are set to star in Valley of the Boom, a six-episode limited series from Matthew Carnahan (House of Lies) which delves into the true stories of the 1990s Silicon Valley tech boom.

Silicon Valley was and is a strange place; a Hollywood for geniuses,” said Carnahan. “The dotcom boom of the ’90s opened the floodgates for not just the amazing makers, but also Wall Street, mass media and a collection of fascinating charlatans. I’m thrilled to have Bradley, Steve, Lamorne and this stellar cast lined up, especially because all of them are disruptors in their own way, just like the real people they’re portraying.”

Valley of the Boom tells the surprising, provocative and
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Team Teases ‘Gilead is Within You’ in Season 2

Gilead is not just a setting within the world of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” but it has also become a part of its core characters.

“Once you’ve gotten out of Gilead, what happens? How do you recover? A theme of the season is Gilead is within you so you don’t lose it when you leave,” executive producer Bruce Miller told Variety at the Paley Center for Media’s PaleyFest panel in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday.

The second season of Hulu’s dystopian drama will expand upon Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name by actually visiting
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TV Bits: ‘Family Guy’, ‘Sabrina’ ‘Camping’, ‘The Sinner’, ‘Valley of the Boom’, ‘Elvis Presley: The Searcher’

TV Bits: ‘Family Guy’, ‘Sabrina’ ‘Camping’, ‘The Sinner’, ‘Valley of the Boom’, ‘Elvis Presley: The Searcher’
In this edition of TV bits: A sneak-peak at Family Guy‘s limited commercial episode Ross Lynch cast in Netflix’s Sabrina David Tennant joins Lena Dunham‘s new HBO show The Sinner gets a second season Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn & Lamorne Morris cast in National Geographic limited-series A trailer and details for HBO’s new documentary Elvis Presley: The Searcher […]

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Valley of the Boom: Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn and Others to Star in New National Geographic Series

National Geographic has announced the cast for its upcoming Valley of the Boom TV show. Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn, Lamorne Morris, John Karna, Oliver Cooper, and Dakota Shapiro are set to star. From creator and showrunner Matthew Carnahan who will also direct, and is producing with Arianna Huffington, Valley of the Boom is a six-part limited series. Unfolding in Silicon Valley, the series explores the dotcom boom of the 1990s. Learn more from this National Geographic press release. Read More…
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TV News Roundup: See the First Stills From ‘Westworld’ Season 2

In today’s roundup, HBO released stills from the second season of “Westworld,” and Rachel Bay Jones joined the cast of “God Friended Me.”

First Looks

HBO released new stills from “Westworld” season two Friday ahead of the season premiere on April 22. The photos see the returns of Luke Hemsworth‘s Ashley Stubbs and Ed Harris‘ Man in Black, whose fates were left uncertain at the end of season one, as well as “Westworld” debuts for Fares Fares, Betty Gabriel, and Gustaf Skarsgard. See the photos above.

BBC America released the trailer for “Killing Eve” on Tuesday ahead of the
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Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn and Lamorne Morris to Star in Nat Geo's 'Valley of the Boom'

Get Out star Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn and Lamorne Morris are set to star in Valley of the Boom, a National Geographic limited series about the 1990s tech bubble from showrunner Matthew Carnahan and Robert Simonds' Stx Entertainment.

Silicon Valley was and is a strange place, a Hollywood for geniuses,” Carnahan said Friday in a statement. "I’m thrilled to have Bradley, Steve, Lamorne and this stellar cast lined up, especially because all of them are disrupters in their own way, just like the real people they’re portraying."

The six-parter, set to shoot in Vancouver beginning March 26, is being executive...
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Bradley Whitford, Lamorne Morris, Steve Zahn to Star on Nat Geo’s ‘Valley of the Boom’ Miniseries

Bradley Whitford, Lamorne Morris, Steve Zahn to Star on Nat Geo’s ‘Valley of the Boom’ Miniseries
Nat Geo has cast Bradley Whitford, Lamorne Morris and Steve Zahn as the stars of its six-part limited series “Valley of the Boom,” which is set in Silicon Valley during the ’90s tech bubble.

Additionally John Karna will play Marc Andreesen, a computer engineer who co-created Mosaic, the first internet browser. Plus, Dakota Shapiro and Oliver Cooper play Ivy League undergraduates who launched, one of the very first social networking sites, out of their dorm room.

The 2019 miniseries hails from Matthew Carnahan, Arianna Huffington and STXtv. Other executive producers are Jason Goldberg, Brant Pinvidic and David Walpert, while David Newsom, Gary Goldman and...
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‘Valley Of The Boom’: Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn & Lamorne Morris To Star In Nat Geo’s Silicon Valley-Themed Limited Series

Emmy winner Bradley Whitford (Get Out, The West Wing) Steve Zahn (War of the Planet of the Apes, ABC's The Crossing) and Lamorne Morris (Game Night, New Girl) are set to star in Valley of the Boom, National Geographic’s six-part limited series about the ’90s tech bubble, from showrunner and director Matthew Carnahan (House of Lies), executive producer Arianna Huffington and STXtv. Silicon Valley spawned some of the world's most influential people and recognizable brands…
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Valley of the Boom: Bradley Whitford, Steve Zahn, Lamorne Morris to Star in Nat Geo's Silicon Valley-Set Series

We’re finally getting the real story behind the demise of, with a little help from West Wing‘s Bradley Whitford, Treme‘s Steve Zahn and New Girl‘s Lamorne Morris. The acting trio have been tapped to headline Valley of the Boom, National Geographic’s forthcoming ’90s’set limited series about the Dotcom bubble. Details on who they are playing are being kept under lock and key for now.

The six-part drama — from executive producers Matthew Carnahan (House of Lies) and Arianna Huffington — aims to pull back the curtain back on the most influential people and recognizable
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Win Rex on DVD

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To mark the release of Rex on 19th March, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.

Rex is based on the true-life story of young Marine Corporal Megan Leavey (Kate Mara) whose unique discipline and bond with her military combat dog saved many lives during their deployment in Iraq. When she is assigned to clean the K9 unit after a disciplinary hearing, Leavey identifies with a particularly aggressive dog, Rex, and is given the chance to train him. Over the course of their service, Megan and Rex completed more than 100 missions until and Ied explosion injures them, putting their fate in jeopardy.

Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite (Blackfish) and starring Kate Mara (House of Cards), Tom Felton (Harry Potter), Bradley Whitford (Get Out) Edie Falco (The Sopranos) and Common (Selma).

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It Follows and It Stars Unite for Comedy Thriller Villains

Listen up, horror fans. Cause this is cool. The stars of It and It Follows are so tired of having their movies confused that they've decided to team up and do something about it. Yes, that's right. The guy who plays Pennywise is hooking up with that girl who couldn't escape her latest sexual encounter in a new movie called Villains.

Star Thrower Entertainment, who recently developed and executive produced Steven Spielberg's The Post, and The Realm, a subsidiary of Bron, are announcing Bill Skarsgard and Maika Monroe to star in Dan Berk and Robert Olsen's Villains. Tim and Trevor White are producing for Star Thrower, alongside Allan Mandelbaum, and Garrick Dion for The Realm. Endeavor Content is handling North American rights.

The Realm, a subsidiary of Bron, and Tim and Trevor White's Star Thrower Entertainment announced today that this match made in heaven will star in their upcoming darkly comedic thriller,
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