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Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Emancipation’ Pulls Production From Georgia Over Voting Laws

Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Emancipation’ Pulls Production From Georgia Over Voting Laws

Director/producer Antoine Fuqua and actor/producer Will Smith announced Monday that they will move production of the upcoming pre-Civil War drama "Emancipation" from Georgia due to the state's newly enacted voting restriction laws. "At this moment in time, the nation is coming to terms with its history and is attempting to eliminate vestiges of institutional racism to achieve true racial justice," Fuqua and Smith said in statement. "We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access. The new...

Apr 12
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NY Times Under Fire for Terminating Editor Lauren Wolfe After Pro-Biden Tweets

NY Times Under Fire for Terminating Editor Lauren Wolfe After Pro-Biden Tweets

The New York Times has come under fire for terminating editor Lauren Wolfe after she tweeted last Tuesday that she got "chills" over Joe Biden arriving in Washington, D.C., ahead of his inauguration as president. Wolfe, an award-winning journalist who has reported from war zones in Syria and Congo, became a trending topic on Twitter over the weekend as people expressed outrage over her ouster, called for her reinstatement and set up a Venmo account to provide financial aid. In a statement on Sunday, a Times spokesperson disputed online accounts about Wolfe, who the paper said was...

Jan 24
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Charles Gordon, Producer of ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Field of Dreams,’ Dies at 73

Charles Gordon, Producer of ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Field of Dreams,’ Dies at 73

Charles Gordon, the Hollywood producer whose credits include 1980s and '90s hits like "Die Hard" and "A Field of Dreams," has died at age 73, according to his publicist. Born in a Jewish family in Belzoni, Mississippi, Charles "Chuck" Gordon built a career alongside his brother, Lawrence, built on action films. Some of the biggest films of the 1980s and '90s were credited to the pair like the "Die Hard" series starring Bruce Willis as well as a series of films with Kevin Costner that included the costly 1995 flop "Waterworld." On the flip side, the Gordons' partnership with Costner paid...

Nov 1
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David Schramm, Star of '90s Sitcom 'Wings,' Dies at 73

David Schramm, Star of '90s Sitcom 'Wings,' Dies at 73

David Schramm, a veteran character best known for his work on the ’90s NBC sitcom “Wings,” died Saturday at age 73.His death was announced Sunday by Margot Harley, co-founder of the New York-based theater troupe the Acting Company, of which Schramm was a founding member. The cause of death was not disclosed.Schramm, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, came to New York City as a member of the first graduating class of Juilliard School. He appeared in dozens of theater productions on and off Broadway, including a 2009-10 Broadway revival of the musical “Finian’s Rainbow.”Also Read:But he is...

March 30, 2020
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Terrence McNally, Tony-Winning Playwright, Dies at 81 of Coronavirus Complications

Terrence McNally, Tony-Winning Playwright, Dies at 81 of Coronavirus Complications

Terrence McNally, a four-time Tony Award-winning playwright, died on Tuesday of complications from the coronavirus. He was 81.McNally, a lung cancer survivor who lived with chronicLast year, he accepted the Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre just as a Broadway revival of his 1982 drama “Frankie and Johnny at the Clair de Lune” opened in an acclaimed production starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon.Also Read:McNally also wrote the screenplay for the 1991 film version of that two-character drama, which starred Michelle Pfeiffer and Al Pacino as a waitress and a...

March 25, 2020
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Michael Moore-Produced 'Planet of the Humans' Doc Pulled From YouTube, Director Cries 'Censorship'

Michael Moore-Produced 'Planet of the Humans' Doc Pulled From YouTube, Director Cries 'Censorship'

The Michael Moore-produced documentary “Planet of the Humans” was pulled from YouTube overnight due to a “copyright claim by a third party” — prompting writer-director Jeff Gibbs to denounced the removal as a “blatant act of censorship.”“It is a misuse of copyright law to shutdown a film that has opened a serious conversation about how parts of the environmental movement have gotten into bed with Wall Street and so-called ‘green capitalists,'” Gibbs said in a statement Monday. “There is absolutely no copyright violation in my film. This is just another attempt by the film’s opponents to...

May 26, 2020
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