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    Regina King Talks Heaviness of Role in 'Seven Seconds'

    The cast of “Seven Seconds” shared the difficulties that accompany tackling a story about the killing of a young, black man. At the premiere in Beverly Hills, Calif., star Regina King said the heavy emotions she displays in each of the 10 episodes was a challenge. “As an actor, having to carry that much grief [...]

  • John Oliver Lawsuit Dismissed: 'Last Week

    John Oliver Victorious: Coal CEO's Defamation Suit Dismissed

    John Oliver and HBO were vindicated Wednesday when the judge presiding over a lawsuit brought by coal company CEO Robert Murray against the host and premium cabler dismissed the case. “I find the arguments set forth in the Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim and Reply well-founded, appropriate in this matter and [...]

  • UnReal Athena Film Festival

    How Trump Beating Clinton Impacted the Gender Politics of 'UnReal' Season 3

    “UnReal” returns this Monday, but the third season of the Lifetime drama wrapped shooting in mid-2017 — before the #MeToo movement began. And the storylines for the season were conceived in the fall of 2016 — before the presidential election. So, needless to say, things were much different. Season 3 of “UnReal,” Lifetime’s scripted satire [...]

  • Nanette Fabray Broadway?s First Lady, Nanette

    Nanette Fabray, TV Star of the '50s and '60s, Dies at 97

    The exuberant, indefatigable actress-singer Nanette Fabray, a Tony and Emmy winner, a star of Vincente Minnelli’s golden-age musical “The Band Wagon” and a longtime presence on television, most notably on “The Hollywood Squares,” died Thursday at her Palos Verdes, Calif., home, according to the New York Times. She was 97. In MGM’s “The Band Wagon” [...]

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