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Asia Argento Tells Uma Thurman We 'Need Your Strong Voice' After Her Chilling Response to Weinstein Scandal Goes Viral

Asia Argento Tells Uma Thurman We 'Need Your Strong Voice' After Her Chilling Response to Weinstein Scandal Goes Viral
She’s shared credits with him in seven movies , including her Oscar-nominated role in Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill series. But when it comes to the flood of sexual misconduct allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, Uma Thurman is staying mum… for now.

The 47-year-old actress — who is prepping for her Broadway debut in a new play called The Parisian Woman, written by House of Cards creator Beau Willimon — spoke to Access Hollywood about the Weinstein scandal during a press event back in October.

“I don’t have a tidy soundbite for you, because I have learned, I am
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Laugh Track: Jenny Slate's Winding Road From 'SNL' to 'Obvious Child'

Laugh Track: Jenny Slate's Winding Road From 'SNL' to 'Obvious Child'
Jenny Slate displays an unusually high tolerance for embarrassment. During an outdoor film screening in Brooklyn on a recent Saturday night, the actress smiles calmly, seated among an audience watching her run a gauntlet of debasement on a big screen. She's pictured being brutally dumped, drinking her sorrows away in pajamas, dancing drunk and half-naked during a one-night stand, joking that her underwear looks like it crawled out of a tub of cream cheese, getting sloppy and humiliating herself onstage, taking a pregnancy test, fielding parental disdain, getting laid off,
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Garden of Eden Screenwriter on Adapting Hemingway’s Steamiest Novel

James Scott Linville used to be a rising star of literary New York. He was managing editor of The Paris Review at age 26. Soon enough he had the more exalted title of “editor.” He oversaw the magazine’s day-to-day operations under its main founder, George Plimpton, the writer and impresario who died in 2003. In his years at The Paris Review, Linville gave a home to some of the first published works by Jeffrey Eugenides, Edward P. Jones, and Junot Diaz, among others. With today’s release of The Garden of Eden—a faithful adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s least Hemingwayesque novel directed by John Irvin (A Month By the Lake; Raw Deal)—Linville has completed an unusual transition, from a career in publishing to one in independent film.
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Streep Nom #10: The Bridges of Madison County

We've been looking at each Meryl Streep Oscar nod and its competitive field. Previously: 78, 79, 81, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88 and 90.

When The Bridges of Madison County premiered in summer (a rare Eastwood berth, indeed) it seemed like Streep might finally win her 3rd Oscar the following Spring. She'd been away from the awards race in what seemed like forever. Hilariously, that "forever" absence had only been four consecutive years (1991-1994) but for Meryl, that's an eternity. In fact, a four year absence had never happened before and has never happened since all these years later. By the end of the 1995 film year, a really actressy one, the story was a lot different and the race was suddenly all but sewn up for Sarandon with only Streep and Stone as dark horse possibilities.

1995 the nominees were

Susan Sarandon, Dead Man WalkingElisabeth Shue, Leaving Las Vegas *Nathaniel's pick. This performance kills me.*

Sharon Stone, Casino

Meryl Streep,
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