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Poll shows most Game of Thrones fans actually enjoyed the finale
A new poll showed that a majority of Game of Thrones fans enjoyed the show’s recent finale, despite online outrage over the HBO drama’s conclusion. The Hollywood Reporter/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday found that 61 percent of viewers liked the episode either “a lot” or “some” while 34 percent did not enjoy the show. https:  
Moby insists that he dated Natalie Portman: I would probably regret dating me, too

Natalie Portman and Moby have different ideas of “dating.” The musician took to Instagram after Portman, 37, refuted his claim that they dated, saying: “I recently read a gossip piece wherein

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John Wick: Chapter 4 is coming to a theatre in in 2021
John Wick: Chapter 4 is in the works and is scheduled to premiere on May 21, 2021. The John Wick series is about a retired hitman (Keanu Reeves) being thrust back into action.
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Norman Lear on live special of The Jeffersons and All in the Family
Norman Lear, 96, on the live one off special of The Jeffersons and All in the Family: “We are still grappling with many of the same issues. We hope tonight will make you laugh, provoke discussion,
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Ava DuVernay: I'm not going to knock on closed doors - I'm going to make my own door
Ava DuVernay: "I always used to say I'm not going to knock on closed doors — I'm going to make my own door. When I come here, I'm walking through my own doors. I built my own door, I built it."
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Michael Avenatti charged with misappropriating $300,000 from former client Stormy Daniels
Federal prosecutors in New York charged Michael Avenatti with financial crimes - allegedly forging the signature of his former client Stormy Daniels and diverting nearly $300,000 owed to her for a book advance into his own account, according to court records.
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John Cusack is pictured sitting during tribute to troops at Chicago Cubs game
John Cusack was at the Cubs-Phillies game at Wrigley Field when spectators were invited to stand for a 4th inning Boeing military salute. Cusack remained sitting while others took to their feet. A fan
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Ava DuVernay concerned about race, criminal justice and who gets to write history
Ava DuVernay runs a company that employs about 50 people at work on 14 TV shows in various states of production and development. Her independent film distribution arm has released 22 movies in theaters.
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Celebrity chef Mario Batali charged with indecent assault and battery
According to a civil complaint, Mario Batali, 58, allegedly assaulted a woman in a Boston restaurant in 2017. The woman accused Batali of forcibly kissing and groping her while taking a selfie. A lawyer for Batali says he denies the allegations.
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John Cusack: I didn't stand up for Boeing military salute - fast enough for some maga f*** - see?
John Cusack tweeted: "'I didn't stand up for Boeing military salute - fast enough for some maga f*** - see? don't even have taste not to brand weapons company all over score board".
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Jennifer Hudson was shimmying across The Jeffersons set belting Movin’ On Up
Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson was shimmying across The Jeffersons set belting out the song Movin’ On Up on the live one off special of Norman Lear's iconic TV series.
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Herman Wouk: the novelist who spoke for post-war America
It is 60 years after books like The Caine Mutiny and Marjorie Morningstar and many others that followed made herman Wouk a fixture on the best-seller lists. We should be celebrating his legacy.
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Tony Robbins accused by 4 more women of s sexual misconduct
Self help guru Tony Robbins is accused of groping followers at his events, exposing himself to women assistants and sexually harassing fans.
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Jamie Foxx flubbed his lines during All In The Family live broadcast
Jamie Foxx flubbed his lines and acknowledged it was live TV. “It’s live … everyone’s sitting at home just (thinking) their TV just messed up,” said Foxx, who played George Jefferson in the All in the Family Live redux.
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Halle Berry breaks the internet by passionately kissing Lena Waithe on Jimmy Kimmel show
Halle Berry broke the internet by passionately kissing guest host Lena Waithe on the Jimmy Kimmel show. She wrote: "When my friend Lena Waithe hosts Jimmy Kimmel Live, sh-t happens."
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ABC revived All in the Family and The Jeffersons in front of a live studio audience
ABC revived All in the Family and The Jeffersons in front of a live studio audience, bringing in an all-new cast to perform one vintage episode of each classic sitcom verbatim. Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear
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Jimmy Kimmel enlisted A-list pals for live All in the Family and The Jeffersons remake
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel and groundbreaking TV producer Norman Lear revived two classic shows for a 90 minute special, which will feature an episode of each series from the original script.
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Tony Awards forecast
The Hollywood Reporter awards columnist Scott Feinberg assesses the Tony Award field ahead of the June 9 ceremony in New York City. .
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Daniel Craig is undergoing ankle surgery after injury on the James Bond set
Twitter account for Bond 25 announced: "Daniel Craig will be undergoing minor ankle surgery resulting from an injury sustained during filming in Jamaica. Production will continue whilst Craig is rehabilitating for two weeks post surgery.”
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Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones bring us together
John Podhoretz: Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones aren’t works of high art. The Marvel movies are comic books brought to life, while Game of Thrones is a televised version of a distended
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James Holzhauer wins 25th Jeopardy! game - he is donating thousands to good causes
Jeopardy! contestant James Holzhauer has won $1,939,027 in 25 consecutive games. The professional sports gambler is more than halfway to beating rival Ken Jennings’ grand total and a third of the way to beating his 74 win record.
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Quote of the day
Angelica Huston


"Bad cocaine makes you feel shitty. Probably makes you run for the loo because it’s laced with laxatives. Pure cocaine gives you a very light, airy, clear, and extremely pleasant feeling. But really, there’s no such thing as good cocaine. I don’t believe that people should take it recreationally."
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