TIME - Top Stories
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We challenge bigots. We don't let hate speech become normalised. We hold the line. https://t.co/ro9AkRSc9Q J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 9, 2016 The easy thing is to be silenced because you don't want the insults. The easy thing is to look the other way when it's happening to others. https://t.co/VF6NePPySm J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 9, 2016 Trump's typos Of course, the writer in her couldn't help but take note when the president misspelled unprecedented in a tweet: TrumpSpellCheck Unpresidentedly effective. pic.twitter.com/9leL9aIei1 J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) December 17, 2016 The then president-elect deleted this tweet and reissued the message with the corrected spelling. Trump's dig at Meryl Streep After Trump criticized Meryl Streep following her now-infamous Golden Globes speech , Rowling made it clear she was hoping for the same fate: Never forget that some people's good opinion would be more insulting than their abuse! pic.
Variety
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Welcome to our live news blog for Saturday, April 22, bringing you all the latest news, traffic, travel, weather and sport information from across Cornwall. Everyone's talking about the Good Samaritan who smashed a car window to rescue a dog in St Ives yesterday afternoon. Vote in our poll to tell us whether you think he did the right thing. News has also broken today that Falmouth has lost the chance to host the start of the Golden Globes international sailing event to...
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Politico
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Unlike other Republican predecessors who have been the target of Hollywood’s ire, Trump has shown a willingness to respond in kind. “The so-called ‘A’ list celebrities are all winning tixs to the inauguration, but look what they did for Hillary, NOTHING. I want the PEOPLE!,” he tweeted in December. A month later, responding to Meryl Streep’s harsh criticism in her Golden Globes speech, Trump called her “one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood” and a “Hillary flunky who lost big. In Georgia, Leguizamo and Milano are two of a wide array of actors and actresses who have engaged with an unusual degree of determinationpolitically active celebrities largely overlook House elections in favor of higher profile contests. But Hollywood’s conspicuous backing for Ossoff, a 30-year-old filmmaker who’s looking to reach 50 percent of the vote on Tuesday to avoid a runoff, has been impossible to miss.
Deadline
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TIME - Top Stories
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The Academy Awards could make like the Golden Globes and break out acting awards by genre. Or take the Emmys, where the number of storytelling formats limited series, TV movie, variety talk series and so onmeans that statues are doled out across half a dozen different acting categories. Its no surprise to see MTV, a network that has long promoted social engagement and activism among its young viewers, at the forefront of these changes. This years show also moves in step with the times with the addition of several new categories. Best American Story, whose nominees include Black-ish and Transparent , will be awarded to the show or film that shows America at its best, open and diverse. And the category formerly known as Best Fight has morphed into Best Fight Against the System. With nominees like Get Out and Luke Cage , it will be awarded to the film or show whose characters best exemplify fighting against a system that tries to keep them down.
ITV2
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(LAUGHTER) Making sure it's fair in the middle. Seems a bit closer to your side Jolene, but that's OK. There you go! (LAUGHTER) The Golden Globes were on Sunday. Name the place on the globe where Santa lives. Erm, North Pole. That's right
ITV2
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Here we go. Hands behind your back. (LAUGHTER) Making sure it's fair in the middle. Seems a bit closer to your side Jolene, but that's OK. There you go! (LAUGHTER) The Golden Globes were on Sunday. Name the place on the globe where Santa lives
ITV2
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He'd never seen a film camera, let alone seen a Hollywood film. And he carries most of this movie and he's just so adorable. I mean, yeah, what a story for this kid who had never seen a camera. And so you're going to the Golden Globes on Sunday. And I want you to... That's a big deal to get nominated but there's so much more for you out there in life. And because you look so good and people are saying you look buff and everything I had this made for you
Ars Technica UK
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Warning : This piece contains mild spoilers for Netflix's The Discovery. As much as we all obsess over Stranger Things , remember that Netflix started with movies. And back when the company didn't make headlines with its first original TV programming, 2012's Lilyhammer , it didn't make headlines with its first original film, either—a documentary released in that same year called Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland . The key difference in these two programming tracks, of course, is that Netflix has hit a few series homeruns since. Orange is the New Black, Stranger Things, Making A Murderer , and House of Cards were hits with viewers as well as the Golden Globes and the Emmys. And while some Netflix documentaries have succeeded within their niche, it's harder to point to an original narrative film reaching the same levels of buzz (the Idris Elba-led Beasts of No Nation has probably been the biggest hit; those Adam Sandler originals that kids supposedly love and Netflix keeps making don't count).
Ars Technica
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Warning : This piece contains mild spoilers for Netflix's The Discovery. As much as we all obsess over Stranger Things , remember that Netflix started with movies. And back when the company didn't make headlines with its first original TV programming, 2012's Lilyhammer , it didn't make headlines with its first original film, either—a documentary released in that same year called Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland . The key difference in these two programming tracks, of course, is that Netflix has hit a few series homeruns since. Orange is the New Black, Stranger Things, Making A Murderer , and House of Cards were hits with viewers as well as the Golden Globes and the Emmys. And while some Netflix documentaries have succeeded within their niche, it's harder to point to an original narrative film reaching the same levels of buzz (the Idris Elba-led Beasts of No Nation has probably been the biggest hit; those Adam Sandler originals that kids supposedly love and Netflix keeps making don't count).
Ars Technica
25 days
Warning : This piece contains mild spoilers for Netflix's The Discovery. As much as we all obsess over Stranger Things , remember that Netflix started with movies. And back when the company didn't make headlines with its first original TV programming, 2012's Lilyhammer , it didn't make headlines with its first original film, either—a documentary released in that same year called Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland . The key difference in these two programming tracks, of course, is that Netflix has hit a few series homeruns since. Orange is the New Black, Stranger Things, Making A Murderer , and House of Cards were hits with viewers as well as the Golden Globes and the Emmys. And while some Netflix documentaries have succeeded within their niche, it's harder to point to an original narrative film reaching the same levels of buzz (the Idris Elba-led Beasts of No Nation has probably been the biggest hit; those Adam Sandler originals that kids supposedly love and Netflix keeps making don't count).
Deadline
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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has released the timetable for the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards . Nominations will be announced at at 5 AM/PST/8 AM/EST on Monday, December 11. As previously announced the ceremony will air live coast-to-coast on Sunday, January 7, 2018 on NBC. This year's Golden Globes telecast averaged 20.0 million viewers and a 5.6 rating (+2%) in adults 18-49, up 8% vs the prior year, making it the second most-watched Golden Globes in the last...
Variety
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Adweek
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In her powerful Golden Globes speech railing against inequality, Meryl Streep said, "Take your broken heart, make it into art." That's a quote from the late Carrie Fisher. It's also the inspiration for "Refuge," Sid Lee Collective's new art exhibit that opens Saturday in New York's SoHo neighborhood. The goal of the exhibit, which features...
Radar Online
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A movie is in the works about Hillary Clinton and her amazing life, and legendary actress Glenn Close has been chosen to play the former first lady and presidential candidate! Glenn and Meryl [Streep] s names were both mentioned a lot but after Meryl got so political at the Golden Globes , producers thought it might be better to go with Close, sources said. PHOTOS: Revenge! Donald Trump Fighting Back Against Hillary Clinton’s Smear Campaign The film is rumored to focus on Clinton's career and marriage to BillStraight Shuter's Rob Shuter has all the latest gossip! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
The Week
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This season sees a host of soft fruity shades hitting the shelves. Here’s how to get the most out of the trend, whatever your skin tone In Depth Friday, March 10, 2017 - 12:25pm As a bit of soft relief from the bold and electric hues that have dominated make-up trends recently, one of the most fashionable shades for spring/summer 2017 is peach. The shade flatters most skin tones and the natural warmth of the colour lends a youthful glow to everyone who wears it. Lighter skins look best with a soft peach lip or warm cheek wash. For those feeling brave try a bold dark-peach eye gloss or shadow, a look that actress Emily Ratajkowski successfully pulled off at January's Golden Globes, as did Michelle Williams and Jessica Biel at the Oscars. Darker skin is suited to deep coral lips and blush but can also make a light peach lip, fierce orange blush or bold apricot eye really pop.
Mashable
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Variety
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Anyone who's seen Clueless will remember that iconic scene where Cher stands in front of the blackboard to take part in a class debate on Haiti. But what if it wasn't Alicia Silverstone in the role, but Andrew Garfield? Or Adam Driver? SEE ALSO: Andrew Garfield reveals why he kissed Ryan Reynolds at the Golden Globes As part of their Casting Call series, W magazine asked Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield, Alden Ehrenreich and Lucas Hedges to audition for the role of Cher and give their own reading of the speech. If we had to pick who we'd give the role to, we'd probably go for Garfield he really gives it 110%. Read more... More about Uk , Funny , Audition , Clueless , and Adam Driver
Evening Standard - Showbiz
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