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Cannes Awards Predictions: Can the Dardennes Win the Palme d’Or a Third Time?

The 2022 Cannes Film Festival is nearing its conclusion, and soon the jury will be selecting awards for this year’s impressive, albeit quieter, slate of films. After last year’s “Titane” from Julia Ducournau made history as the first female-directed film to fully win the Palme d’Or (Jane Campion’s “The Piano” tied with “Farewell My... go to Article >

Philippine Supreme Court petition seeks to cancel candidacy of President-elect Marcos

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Civic leaders in the Philippines have a lodged a petition to block Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the presumptive winner of the country's May 9 presidential election, from taking office, alleging that he lied when he said he had not been convicted of any... read more

The Heartbreaking Tributes For Miss USA 2019 Cheslie Kryst After Reported Suicide, Her Mother Confirms Secret Battle With Depression

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The news of former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst's death shocked us all.  Now, her recent postings and her family shed light on the heartbreaking details around her reported suicide. The pageant community, tv community and everyone who watched her... read more

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson will seek reelection

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, one of former President Donald Trump’s biggest backers, announced Sunday that he will seek reelection in the battleground state, breaking his promise not to seek a third term.... read more

Karlovy Vary’s ‘The Word’ Spells Out Moral Conundrum Facing Couple in Communist Era

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Czech screenwriter and director Beata Parkanova says she had a rich mine of real-life characters and scenes to draw on in crafting her second feature, the retro drama “The Word,” competing in the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival’s main event, the... read more

Peter Brook, Tony-Winning Theater Director, Dies at 97

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Peter Brook, the British-born director who won Tonys and Emmys but is best known for his theater work ranging from Broadway’s “Marat/Sade” and “Irma La Douce” to experimental productions like “The Mahabarata,” has died. He was 97. Brook’s death... read more

‘Heartstopper’ Stars Joe Locke and Sebastian Croft Give Anti-LGBTQ+ Protesters the Finger at Pride in London March

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The stars of Netflix’s “Heartstopper” were determined to keep the party going at the Pride in London March Saturday afternoon, joining in the celebration and giving the finger to anti-LGBTQ+ protesters standing on the sidelines of the parade.... read more

Travis Barker ‘Currently Much Better’ After Undergoing ‘Intensive Treatment’ for Pancreatitis

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After being hospitalized Tuesday in a medical emergency, Travis Barker has shared that he is “currently much better.” The 46-year-old Blink-182 drummer and husband to Kourtney Kardashian shared a message regarding his health to fans through his... read more

‘Better Call Saul’ New Teasers Promise a Return to Nebraska in Final Episodes

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With “Better Call Saul” set to begin airing its final six episodes in just nine days, AMC has begun a round of promotions for the send-off to the series. As the show’s chronology begins to approach the events of “Breaking Bad,” viewers are... read more

Tommy Morgan, Harmonica Soloist for ‘Dances With Wolves,’ ‘Roots’ and Hundreds More Film and TV Scores, Dies at 89

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Tommy Morgan, a harmonica soloist who contributed to hundreds of movie and TV shows including “Roots” and “Dances With Wolves,” died June 23. He was 89. Morgan played on film soundtracks and record dates going back to the early 1950s. His... read more

‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Breakout Melissa Navia on Lt. Ortegas’ Swordplay and Sexuality: ‘Everybody Should Be a Bit Queer’

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When the cast of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” was first announced, much attention was paid to all the legacy “Trek” characters who were getting a new life on the Paramount+ series, from Capt. Christopher Pike (Anson Mount) and Lt. Spock (Ethan... read more

‘The Boys’ Star Tomer Capone on Frenchie’s Little Nina Trauma and His ‘Soulmate’ Feelings for Kimiko

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SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Here Comes a Candle to Light You to Bed,” the July 1 episode of “The Boys.” “The Boys” fans who have been shipping Frenchie (Tomer Capone) and Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara) for three seasons... read more