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Leslie Moonves to pursue arbitration for his $120 million severance from CBS
Former CBS Corp. chairman-CEO Leslie Moonves will pursue an arbitration claim to fight CBS for the $120 million severance that he was denied last month when the company’s board of directors determined he was fired for cause. https:  
The politics of Roma

Director Alfonso Cuaron's film Roma is an ode to his childhood nanny, Liboria Rodriguez - or Libo - that will almost certainly make history as Netflix's first best picture Oscar nominee when selections are announced.

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The Oscar season is one of anger
The furor that has flared around every major Oscar contender this year has turned the awards season into a particularly ugly one. From Green Book to Roma to Bohemia Rhapsody to Vice nearly every major contender has met with controversy.
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Brad Pitt’s Make it Right Foundation has completely disappeared
Brad Pitt wanted to Make it Right in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina. His heart was in the right place. Now the website for Pitt’s Make it Right Foundation has completely disappeared. If you
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Kevin Hart to star in Monopoly movie
Lionsgate and Hasbro’s live action feature Monopoly is passing Go with Kevin Hart set to star and the actor’s Ride Along collaborator Tim Story due to direct.
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Betty White celebrates her 97th birthday
From The Mary Tyler Moore Show to The Golden Girls, legendary comedian Betty White is still in her prime. Here is some of her best moments - a memorable '80s career retrospective on This Is Your Life.
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Gladys Knight to perform the National Anthem at Super Bowl LIII
The NFL announced that Gladys Knight will sing the national anthem before the game at Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta on February 3. The performance will be televised live on CBS prior to kickoff.
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Soulja Boy on Kanye West supporting Trump: What the f-ck wrong with you, bruh?
Rapper Soulja Boy criticized Kanye West. “Real street niggas and young kids like me, the younger generation, we lookin’ at you like you goofy, bruh. You up here supporting Trump and shit, bruh? You supporting Trump, bruh? What the fuck wrong with you, bruh? That shit not right, bruh."
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Netflix criticized for using images of real life rail disaster in Bird Box
The mayor of a Canadian town Lac-Mégantic, where 47 people were killed in a rail disaster in 2013, has complained to Netflix after images of the incident were used in the hit sci-fi film Bird Box.
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Julie Taymor's film about Gloria Steinem is titled The Glorias: A Life on the Road.
Timothy Hutton will play the role of Leo Steinem, Gloria’s father. Julianne Moore plays the older Steinem, while Alicia Vikander will play the younger version of the feminist icon (ages 20-40).
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Whoopi Goldberg criticizes New York City Mayor De Blasio over bike lanes
Whoopi Goldberg told New York City Mayor De Blasio on The View: “You screwed the city up!”: You’ve built 83 miles of protected bike lanes... I don’t think you understand the impact".
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Ex pal of Lauren Sanchez: Jeff Bezos is seriously stupid if he’s thinking of marrying her
A longtime pal of Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez, gave a blunt assessment of the situation: “Jeff Bezos is seriously stupid if he’s thinking of marrying her. He’s already seriously stupid for giving up half his fortune for her.”
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Rapper Cardi B called President Trump's supporters “f-cking racist rednecks”
Rapper Cardi B criticized the government shutdown and said supporters of President Trump were “f-cking racist rednecks. This shit is really fu-king serious bro. This shit is crazy. Our country is in a hellhole right now. All for a fucking wall.”
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Netflix agrees to follow new industry code of conduct and self regulation in India
Netflix and rival streaming platforms in India (Fox's Hotstar, SonyLiv, Viacom's Voot and several local services) agreed to follow a new industry code of conduct and self-regulation for online content in India.
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White comic banned from Comedy Nights due to cultural appropriation dreadlocks
White comedian Zach Poitras was banned from participating in comedy events in Montreal, Canada, after organizers claimed his dreadlock hairstyle was inappropriate.
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The ever increasing cost of streaming
As Netflix raises its monthly fees and new competitors enter the streaming arena, the economics of cord-cutting is getting tricky.
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Mötley Crüe rocker Nikki Sixx expecting a baby at 60 after vasectomy
Mötley Crüe rocker Nikki Sixx, 60, and his supermodel wife Courtney, 33, are expecting their first child together nearly five years after the pair tied the knot in Beverly Hills. They conceived their miracle baby via IVF,
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CNN analyst accuse black radio host David Webb of "white privilege"
Civil rights attorney Areva Martin accused radio host David Webb on his Sirius XM radio show Patriot of being out of touch because of his “white privilege” - only to find out that he’s black.
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Quote of the day
Mahershala Ali


"I wouldn’t wear clothes that allowed people to identify me with what they would view as the typical black man."


The Guardian

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