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Teen Mom 2: MTV fires David Eason for homophobic tweets

Teen Mom 2: MTV fires David Eason for homophobic tweets MTV has fired a star of its reality show Teen Mom 2 for derogatory comments about gay and transgender people. The network said it was “ending our relationship” with David Eason, who’s the husband of Jenelle Evans. Eason tweeted that gay and transgender parents should “start teaching their kids better morals” and that he would not let his children associate with gay and trans people “or be that way”. MTV said his “personal comments do not reflect the views of…

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Christopher Eccleston: Northern accent "held me back"

Christopher Eccleston: Northern accent "held me back" Christopher Eccleston, says his Northern accent “held him back” when trying to secure Shakespearean roles on stage. The actor star says there is a perception in the industry that “people like me can’t be classical”. Eccleston was born into a working class family on a council estate in Salford in Lancashire in 1964. He will appear as Macbeth in a new production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford Upon Avon, but he had to ask for the role. “I’m never offered Shakespeare,”…

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Moncler bids farewell to catwalk with eight new collections

Moncler bids farewell to catwalk with eight new collections MILAN (Reuters) – The traditional catwalk show is dead and the way forward is to attract customers with new products each month, the chairman of Moncler said, as the luxury group kicked off Milan fashion week by revealing not one, but eight new collections. The Italian clothing designer wowed the fashion crowd on Tuesday with a big reveal of the eight collections, hidden in silver-clad cave-like spaces inside a warehouse on the outskirts of Milan and draped on mannequins, hung from…

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Oscars 2018: Which films are worth watching before the ceremony?

Oscars 2018: Which films are worth watching before the ceremony? This year’s Oscars are nearly here, and chances are you haven’t had time to watch all the nominated films. yet. And let’s be honest, you won’t catch up in the the next 10 days. But don’t worry – we’ve spoken to a man who has. Ali Plumb, Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s film critic, has given us his tips on what you should spend your time on between now and next Sunday’s awards. And his first piece of advice is pretty…

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"Black Panther" Is Also Breaking Box Office Records In Africa

"Black Panther" Is Also Breaking Box Office Records In Africa Through Monday, the Marvel Studios release has earned $242.2 million domestically, the second best four-day return ever for a feature film, behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film has become a watershed for cinema starring black actors, dismantling the myth in Hollywood that they aren’t financially successful internationally. It is also an unprecedented hit for a film set in Africa — in Black Panther‘s case, the fictional nation of Wakanda, but still emphatically set within the continent. Those…

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Before You Go See "Black Panther," Here Are 14 Things You Should Know

Before You Go See "Black Panther," Here Are 14 Things You Should Know In addition to being the king of Wakanda and an Avenger, the character of T’Challa plays a major role in the comics. At some point, he was part of the Illuminati (a group of heroes who make all the important decisions pertaining to the Earth) and eventually had custody over one of the Infinity Gems. Let’s block ads! (Why?) Source: Buzzfeed Entertainment

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Judge says IMDb can show Hollywood actors' ages under First Amendment

Judge says IMDb can show Hollywood actors' ages under First Amendment (Reuters) – A federal judge on Tuesday declared unconstitutional a California law requiring IMDb, the movie and television information website, to remove actors’ ages at their request. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria said the law violated the First Amendment rights of IMDb, a unit of Amazon.com Inc that challenged the law, by singling out age data for special treatment, despite being intended to serve the compelling interest of curbing age discrimination in Hollywood. “Regulation of speech must be a…

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Clooney, Winfrey, Spielberg offer $500,000 each for gun control march

Clooney, Winfrey, Spielberg offer 0,000 each for gun control march LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney and Steven Spielberg said on Tuesday they would each donate $500,000 to the “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington in support of gun control following last week’s shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead. Clooney and his wife, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, were the first to make the financial pledge and also said they will march alongside the students behind the rally on March 24. Students from…

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