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‘Based on Bigotry’: Members of Congress, Lgbt Advocates Slam Trump’s Proposed Trans Military Ban

‘Based on Bigotry’: Members of Congress, Lgbt Advocates Slam Trump’s Proposed Trans Military Ban
President Donald Trump announced in a series of tweets that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in the military, and Twitter users are reacting.

Trump wrote in three tweets that the military “must be focused” and “cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.”

U.S. Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning called the move, “cowardice.”

so, biggest baddest most $$ military on earth cries about a few trans people but funds the F-35? sounds like cowardice #WeGotThis

— Chelsea E. Manning (@xychelsea) July 26, 2017

Writer and transgender activist Janet Mock, who transitioned in her teens,
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Patton Oswalt Talks Privacy in the Social Media Age, Combating Fake News and How to Impeach Donald Trump

Patton Oswalt Talks Privacy in the Social Media Age, Combating Fake News and How to Impeach Donald Trump
It’s only right that Emmy-winning actor and comic Patton Oswalt will next be seen in “The Circle,” James Ponsoldt’s big screen adaptation of the popular Dave Eggers novel of the same name, which dives deep inside a nefarious internet company that values knowledge above all else. Oswalt has long been a prolific presence on the web, thanks to his amusing Twitter account and a Facebook page that he frequently uses to get both personal and political.

In the film, Oswalt plays Tom Stenton, the somewhat shadowy COO of The Circle, a powerful social media operation that exploits bright-eyed new staffer Mae (Emma Watson). When she joins the sprawling corporation, she’s soon sucked into some of the more ambitious ideas hatched by Stenton and visionary Steve Jobs-type Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks). Turns out, the internet can be a scary place, and privacy just might be the last real frontier.
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The 3 Best Songs on Ed Sheeran's Album Have Something Very Romantic in Common

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The 3 Best Songs on Ed Sheeran's Album Have Something Very Romantic in Common
For hardcore fans of Ed Sheeran, picking a single favorite song off of his new album, Divide, is like picking a favorite child. While "Supermarket Flowers" might be the most emotional, and "Galway Girl" will have you booking a flight to Ireland Asap, the three best tracks off of Divide (arguably) all have something in common: they were inspired by his current girlfriend Cherry Seaborn. Related:Who Are Ed Sheeran's Songs About? Allow Us to Investigate "Perfect" This slow, sweet ballad is reminiscent of "Thinking Out Loud," and will no doubt be heard at wedding receptions for the next few years. With lyrics like "Well I found a woman, stronger than anyone I know / She shares my dreams, I hope that someday I'll share her home / I found a love, to carry more than just my secrets / To carry love, to carry children of our own," it's practically bursting with romance.
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Review: ‘I Am Not Madame Bovary’ is a Lush, Slyly Observant Diagnosis of Contemporary China

A couple of months ago, we noted how it’s been a seriously underwhelming year for Chinese-language cinema – an assessment that stands despite the recent release of Berlinale-winner Crosscurrent. Well, turns out the Middle Kingdom might have a year-end surprise or two up its sleeve after all. Having scored a Fipresci prize at Toronto and the prestigious Golden Seashell at San Sebastián, I Am Not Madame Bovary is a healthy return to form for veteran director Xiaogang Feng that, while not exactly hitting the ball out of the park, delivers a genuinely funny, slyly observant diagnosis of contemporary China complete with lush, absurdist flair.

The many cultural references that give a societal satire like this its texture but inevitably get lost in translation begin with the title. Instead of Flaubert’s world-known creation, it’s actually Pan Jinlian that our heroine Li Xuelian (played by Bingbing Fan) denies of being.
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Award-winning Chinese Comedy “I Am Madame Bovary” Hits Us Theaters

The powerful Chinese satire I Am Madame Bovary has earned critical acclaim all over the world. The film has won top nominations and awards at various festivals including the San Sebastián International Film Festival, the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival as well as the Toronto International Film Festival. U.S. fans are in for a treat when the film hits local theaters on November 18, 2016!

I Am Madame Bovary boasts a stellar production and artistic team. In the director’s chair is Feng Xiaogang, one of China’s most commercially successful artists. Feng Xiaogang is known for his blazing black comedies and genre-bending movies like Cell Phone (2003), If You Are The One (2008), Aftershock (2010), and Personal Tailor (2013). He pushes his craft and style even more in I Am Madame Bovary – a film that piercingly examines the bureaucracy that plagues Chinese government. The film also flourishes with screenwriter Liu Zhenyun’s witty dialogue
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U.S. Trailer for Tiff Winner ‘I Am Not Madame Bovary’ Starring Fan Bingbing

We were sold on I Am Not Madame Bovary based on its teaser trailer, which largely features beautiful paintings before moving into even more gorgeous imagery with a peculiar circular aspect ratio. Stunning cinematography aside, the plot itself has us intrigued, following a café proprietor who is attempting to get retribution in a decade-long fight for divorce. While we didn’t get a chance to see it at Tiff, Well Go USA will release the film this fall and they’ve now unveiled the full trailer.

The latest film from Feng Xiaogang (Aftershock, Back to 1942, If You Are the One) actually picked up the Prize of the International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) for Special Presentations at Tiff this year. The jury said exclaimed the award was deserved “for its ambitious rendering of a woman’s Kafkaesque struggle as she takes on the Chinese legal system, and sophisticated play of both form and content,
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Wife in Real-Life Fault in Our Stars Couple Opens Up About Their Heartbreaking Love Story: 'He Was My Other Half'

Katie Donovan first saw a photo of Dalton Prager posted on Facebook from his hospital bed. The date was August 1, 2009. "I'll never forget it," she tells People. Both had been born with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease leading to thick buildup of mucus in the lungs and other organs that restricts and worsens the ability to breathe over time. Patients have a current average life expectancy of 40 years. Dalton was then 17. Katie was 18. "Hey, I see you're in the hospital if you ever need somebody to talk to," Katie wrote to him. Dalton's response: "I'm sorry, but do I know you?
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Fan Bingbing’s ‘I Am Not Madame Bovary’ Sells Domestic Rights to Well Go USA

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Well Go USA Entertainment has landed the North American distribution rights to Xiaogang Feng’s “I Am Not Madame Bovary,” a dramedy lead by international superstar and Fan Bingbing. Well Go won the film following its world premiere on Thursday at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie hits U.S. theaters Oct. 7. More to come. Read the full release: Following Thursday evening’s world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired the North American distribution rights to acclaimed filmmaker Xiaogang Feng’s (Aftershock, Back to 1942, If You Are the One) I Am Not Madame Bovary.
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My completely bizarre story of winning If You Are the One (and what I was forbidden to say) | Feng Guo

Maybe we will find love. Maybe we won’t. We have no idea what is about to happen as contestants on the world’s biggest dating show

The fat director takes another swig of tempranillo and looks around at the 18 shy Chinese Australian girls sitting around two large lazy susan tables piled up with dumplings, sweet and sour pork, congee, duck and other delicious food that they have laid out in a banquet for us in a hotel at the Nanjing Convention Centre.

Bottoms up ladies, we want you to speak your mind and have the conversation flow on stage tomorrow. Please say whatever you want, talk about yourselves, ask the males any questions you want, argue with each other, that is all good. You have flown 8000km to be on stage in front of 50 million viewers, tomorrow will be your time to shine. Don’t come here to clam
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If You Are the One's Meng Fei: 'Looking for beauty is universal for men'

As China’s most popular dating show comes to Australia, its host shares some wry advice to avoid coming home empty handed when love is on the line

Meng Fei has a tip for candidates looking to succeed on the long-running Chinese dating show he hosts, If You Are the One. “Every person has a lot of dating criteria – for example, height, appearance, income, education. So I think rather than trying to excel in a particular criterion, one should ensure you do not fail in any.”

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It boils down to this: men are looking for a pretty woman and women are looking for a rich man.

Related: If You Are The One: feeding bachelors to the lions on China's top dating show

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New Clip from Ash Vs Evil Dead Season 1 Finale

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"You are the one obstacle in my way, so what's your price?" The Ash vs Evil Dead Season 1 finale is nearly here, and to help hold fans over until Saturday night, a new clip from "The Dark One" teases a tempting offer.

Ep. 110 – "The Dark One": "In the season finale, Ash will be offered a deal that could change him and mankind forever in a monumental last-ditch attempt to rid the world of the Evil."

Directed by Rick Jacobson, "The Dark One" airs Saturday, January 2nd at 9:00pm Est on Starz.

Ash vs Evil Dead” follows Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead. When a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, Ash is finally forced to face his demons –personal and literal. Destiny, it turns out, has
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If You Are the One: call for Australian lonely hearts on Chinese dating show

China’s version of UK dating show Take Me Out invites Australian singles to apply for one of 28 places on a new series filmed in Nanjing

Is OkCupid shooting you blanks or Tinder throwing you for a loop? If you’re an Australian searching for love, forget online dating: the answer may lie in China.

Cult Chinese dating show If You Are the One has put a call out for 28 Australian lonely hearts to travel to Nanjing to be a part of a new series when it starts filming.

Related: If You Are The One: feeding bachelors to the lions on China's top dating show

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Spot the difference: The Bachelorette's all-white Aussie hunk-off

Save for variances in hair length or beard style, there’s precious little diversity among the 14 suitors lined up to woo Australia’s first bachelorette, Sam Frost

When the first image of The Bachelorette Australia’s appointed suitors was released on Sunday, you could be forgiven for thinking Triple M had announced a new breakfast radio lineup. Not since Eddie McGuire and his pals proudly claimed their spot in the radio ratings battle has such a vista of all-white bohunks graced our cultural landscape.

Related: Chinese dating show If You Are the One seeks Australian lonely hearts

white people: "asians all look the same" white people:

Related: Who needs another Australian Bachelor when we can watch UnREAL?

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Son Ye-jin to star in Huayi’s Bad Guys

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Son Ye-jin to star in Huayi’s Bad Guys
Korean actress Son Ye-jin as been cast in Huayi Brothers’ Bad Guys Always Die (working title), which will be executive produced by Korean filmmaker Kang Je Gyu and China’s Feng Xiaogang.

Son will star opposite Taiwanese actor Chen Bolin in the story of a young Chinese man and his friends who visit Korea’s Jeju Island and get into trouble after meeting a mysterious Korean woman.

Produced by China’s New Power Film and backed by Huayi Brothers, the black comedy will be directed by long-time Feng Xiaogang collaborator Sun Hao. Shooting will take place entirely in Korea.

The film marks the latest in a string of recent China-Korea co-ventures – Huayi Brothers previously co-produced family adventure Mr Go with Korea’s Showbox. Korea’s Cj E&M is currently enjoying a huge hit with the Chinese-language remake of Korean comedy Miss Granny.

Kang Je Gyu’s credits include Korean blockbuster Taegukgi and more recently My Way (2011), while
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China Lion Sets ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ & ‘Running Man’ In U.S. – Video

China Lion Sets ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ & ‘Running Man’ In U.S. – Video
La-headquartered China Lion Film Distribution has picked up Chinese titles Running Man and Somewhere Only We Know for release in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Both will go day-and-date with their Mainland debuts later this month and in mid-February, the latter taking advantage of the early Chinese New Year corridor. (See teasers below.)

Each of the films has a strong hook for Chinese, and Korean, audiences. Running Man mixes talent from both countries and is adapted from a popular reality TV series which itself was based on an original Korean format. Somewhere Only We Know taps the trend of romance and nostalgia, and stars Kris Wu, a former member of Korean/Chinese boy band Exo.

Running Man, which China Lion picked up from Wanda Media Group, is a feature spinoff of the popular reality TV show that revolves around celebrity teams who compete against one another for an ultimate prize.
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Zach Roloff Is Engaged! Little People, Big World Star to Wed Tori Patton

Zach Roloff Is Engaged! Little People, Big World Star to Wed Tori Patton
It's shaping up to be a big year for the Little People, Big World family! Hot on the heels of Jeremy Roloff's engagement to Audrey Botti, Jeremy's twin brother Zach Roloff announced his plans to marry girlfriend Tori Patton. "Another Roloff is engaged!" a note on the show's official Facebook page read, alongside a photo of the happy husband and wife-to-be. "Congratulations Zach & Tori!" Patton shared the news, too, with an Instagram picture of Zach's April 29 proposal. "You are the one with whom I choose to [...]
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And the Next Bachelorette Is …

Her nightmare is over: Andi Dorfman has been chosen as the next star of The Bachelorette.

"This is the first time it's starting to feel real," Andi said after the reveal on Monday's After the Final Rose special. "I feel all in, I'm mentally all in, emotionally all in. I'm in a place in my life where I'm so ready for this... At the end of the day I cannot wait to hopefully say, 'You are the one. '"

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'Sherlock' goes 'Man of Steel': Should heroes have a license to kill?

'Sherlock' goes 'Man of Steel': Should heroes have a license to kill?
The Sherlock Holmes played by Benedict Cumberbatch is the most brilliant problem solver on television. The Sherlock Holmes played by Jonny Lee Miller in Elementary comes pretty close, but I give the edge to the “high functioning” sociopath with the “mind palace” in his head. (Now that’s some Intelligence.) The third and final installment of Sherlock’s third season challenged the master detective with a most vexing conundrum, a test of both imagination and morality, one that has become increasingly popular in our hero fiction of late: To kill or not to kill.

Sherlock and crime-fighting colleague, best mate,
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BFI plans year of UK-China activities

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BFI plans year of UK-China activities
Industry delegation will go to Beijing film festival in April.

The BFI is unveiling a year-long special collaboration between the UK and China, which will include business, trade, creative and cultural initiatives.

This news comes as a UK-China Co-Production Treaty is being finalised.

The BFI, which will bring its Chinese activities together under the banner Electric Shadows, is working alongside a range of key partners including the British Council, Dcms, Ukti and the Great Britain Campaign.

China is a key priority in the BFI’s International Strategy. The news today was announced at the BFI’s final Film Forever Roadshow at BFI Southbank in London.

Electric Shadows will include Feng Xiaogang [pictured] visiting the BFI in February, including a gala screening of Back to 1942 with an on-stage interview with Feng on Feb 21. Other films by Feng, including If You Are The One, Assembly and Aftershock, will be programmed as part of the BFI’s Spectacular China season.

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'The X Factor' episode 3: Your favorite audition?

'The X Factor' episode 3: Your favorite audition?
After another two-hour audition episode of The X Factor, we’ve still met only a few truly promising future pop stars, if any. Sixteen-year-old high school freshman and Tourette’s sufferer Carlos Guevara (pictured, happily mauled) was by far the emotional highlight of tonight’s third installment — after explaining to the judges that “Sometimes I beep and yell and my body moves…the only thing that could help me was music,” he delivered a cover of John Mayer’s “Gravity” more remarkable for the teary-eyed reactions from the judges and Carlos’ devoted gaggle of friends than the power of the brave kid’s vocal.
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