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    Patricia Arquette Lauds Pay Parity Progress, But Says More Work Needs to Be Done

    Patricia Arquette has seen significant changes since using her 2014 Oscars acceptance speech as a platform to make a powerful call for wage parity, though the actress says the fight for gender equality is far from over. Arquette says since her stirring plea, she is frequently approached by women who have gotten raises after their [...]

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    'Escape at Dannemora': Why Ben Stiller Decided to Make the Prison Drama Series

    Ben Stiller and Patricia Arquette spent enough time at prisons while filming Showtime’s upcoming limited series “Escape at Dannemora” to know at least two things. The first seems obvious enough: prison is terrifying. The second was that these institutions are in dire need of some restructuring. “It’s a really broken system, and everyone knows it,” Stiller [...]

  • Aretha Franklin performs at pre-inaugural festivities,

    Aretha Franklin Documentary 'Amazing Grace': Helping Her 'Family to Heal and Move on'

    The audience that witnessed DOC NYC’s Monday world premiere of the moving and soulful Aretha Franklin church concert doc “Amazing Grace,” captured on film by Sydney Pollack in 1972, was fortunate indeed. But for actress Gina Gershon and the late Queen of Soul’s nephew Vaughn Franklin, the screening at Manhattan’s SVA Theatre was something far [...]

  • Donald Trump, Robert De Niro

    Robert De Niro Bashes Trump Again: 'Down With This Motherf---er!'

    Robert De Niro may have been the target of the Donald Trump-supporting pipe bomb mailer, but that isn’t stopping the Oscar winner from trashing the president. Just two days after playing Robert Mueller again on “Saturday Night Live,” De Niro zinged the commander-in-chief with more verbal zingers. In presenting Billy Crystal with the Friars Club’s [...]

  • Montel Williams poses on the red

    Variety's Salute to Service Luncheon Honors Hollywood Veterans, Military Supporters

    Five esteemed individuals in entertainment were honored Monday afternoon on Veteran’s Day at Variety’s Salute to Service luncheon presented by History. The second annual event celebrated Montel Williams, Bob Woodruff, Dana Delany, Ken Burns, and Rachael Ray for their efforts to champion veteran’s causes and support military service men and women. Penske Media Company’s vice chairman and board [...]

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