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Bill Maher Compares Wokeness to 'A Magic Moral Time Machine' Where the Past Is Judged by Today's Values (Video)

Bill Maher Compares Wokeness to 'A Magic Moral Time Machine' Where the Past Is Judged by Today's Values (Video)

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SAG-AFTRA Announces Furloughs as Part of $96 Million Budget

SAG-AFTRA Announces Furloughs as Part of $96 Million Budget

SAG-AFTRA announced on Thursday that union employees will be furloughed or have hours reduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a $96 million budget approved by the executive committee.“Employees whose workloads have been eliminated by the production shutdown will be furloughed until the industry returns to work,” the union said in a statement. “Other employees will be placed on a reduced-hours schedule to correspond to their decreased workload during this time. These measures will be implemented in a manner that takes advantage of available federal and state programs to help...

May 1, 2020
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Succession Creator Slams King Charles in Emmys Speech

Succession Creator Slams King Charles in Emmys Speech

Another Outstanding Drama Series Emmy for another opportunity for “Succession” creator Jesse Armstrong to express his displeasure with a major world leader.While accepting the prize for the show, Armstrong quipped that it had been a big week for successions, in reference to the passing of long-time U.K. ruler Queen Elizabeth II and the subsequent promotion of her eldest son, now known as King Charles III.“New king in the UK. This, for us, evidently there’s a little bit more voting involved in our winning than Prince Charles,” the British creator said of the “Succession” Emmy win.Also...

Sep 13
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'White Lotus' Creator Mike White Really Was on 'Survivor'

'White Lotus' Creator Mike White Really Was on 'Survivor'

“The White Lotus” creator Mike White really was on “Survivor,” as he mentioned in his acceptance speech after collecting his second Emmy during Monday night’s ceremony.White, who won a directing and a writing Emmy for the HBO limited series, quipped “On ‘Survivor,’ the way to stay in the game is you lower your threat level, and now I feel like I’ve raised my threat level. … Don’t come for me, don’t vote me off the island, please!”The actor/writer, who’s also known for playing Ned Schneebly in “School of Rock,” competed during Season 37 of the CBS reality show in 2018.Also Read:White also...

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Quinta Brunson Says She’s Talked to Kimmel Since Emmys

Quinta Brunson Says She’s Talked to Kimmel Since Emmys

Quinta Brunson says she’s talked with Jimmy Kimmel since the late-night host’s continued during her Emmys acceptance speech for “Abbot Elementary” — though co-star Sheryl Lee Ralph still viewed it as “disrespect.”“I’m anticipating that we are going to have a good old-fashioned time,” Brunson — who is set to tape her appearance on Kimmel’s show later Wednesday — said during “Abbott Elementary’s” virtual panel for ABC’s presentation at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.“I have talked with Jimmy since. And I think, no matter what, it’s important to just showcase that ‘Abbott...

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The Best and Worst Moments From the 2022 Emmys

The Best and Worst Moments From the 2022 Emmys

The 74th Primetime was a night of many winners as shows like "Succession," "Abbott Elementary," "Dopesick" and "The White Lotus" took home trophies. And while the wins and awards brought us to the telecast, some unpredicted side moments kept us there (or made us question why we stayed). The musical opening to different opening theme songs of nominated shows was ... interesting, but Sheryl Lee Ralph’s acceptance speech in the form of song and Jennifer Coolidge’s stalling tactic of dancing to the music used to play actors and actresses out of their acceptance speeches made up for the...

Sep 13
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Brett Goldstein Gets Censored at Emmys - Again

Brett Goldstein Gets Censored at Emmys - Again

“Ted Lasso” star Brett Goldstein has defended his tradition of by the NBC broadcast for dropping an F-bomb during his speech for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.“Last time I was here, I was told not to swear, and I did, and I’m sorry but it meant that the feed got cut back home in the U.K. so my family never got to hear me say this, so thank you for this second chance,” Goldstein began during Sunday’s Emmy Awards before listing his family members and, naturally, cursing.“I f—ing love you, I really do,” Goldstein said, which got silenced by the broadcast, before adding...

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Emmy Analysis: Voters Spread the Love for a Change, and Good for Them

Emmy Analysis: Voters Spread the Love for a Change, and Good for Them

BEATEarly in the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday night, host Kenan Thompson mentioned that the Emmys honored the hundreds of shows on television over the past year – “and we give awards to about five of them.”In the last couple of years, that pointed joke about Emmy voters’ propensity to throw lots of trophies at only a few shows would have been dead-on. Last year, after all, saw the first-ever sweep in the drama categories, when “The Crown” won all seven of the awards handed out on the primetime show; the year before, “Schitt’s Creek” swept all seven comedy categories, the first show...

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Julia Garner Breaks Down Ozark and Inventing Anna Accents

Julia Garner Breaks Down Ozark and Inventing Anna Accents

Julia Garner broke down the accents that earned her duel Emmy nominations for both “Ozark” and “Inventing Anna” backstage at Monday’s Emmys, after winning Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for the former.“It even comes down to how they move their tongue,” the actress told the press backstage. “Everything is so different,” she said, noting that Ruth’s voice is more “singsongy” while Anna’s accent feels “very flat.”Anna, of course, refers to Garner’s turn as Anna Delvey in the Netflix limited series “Invention Anna.”Also Read:For Garner, the accents are so different that it’s like...

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Alex Jones’ Ex-Wife Says His Onscreen Mania Is Not an Act: He’s Crazy Like Charles Manson (Video)

Alex Jones’ Ex-Wife Says His Onscreen Mania Is Not an Act: He’s Crazy Like Charles Manson (Video)

Alex Jones’ ex-wife Kelly said that the over-the-top frequently flipped-out persona you’ve seen onscreen is not an act, that he’s even worse in real life  and “kind of crazy like Charlie Charles Manson.”“In person, as a human being, he is more unhinged and weirder and terrifying and threatening and looming and raging, I would say, than on screen,” Kelly Jones told “The Young Turks” host Cenk Uygur in an interview Friday.Uygur got straight to the point in his conversation with Jones, who sought custody of her children with the InfoWars host after their 2015 divorce because of his...

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