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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.
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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
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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are taking a break from their relationship, RadarOnline.com has learned. Before rumors or falsifications get out of hand, we can confirm that Orlando and Katy are taking respectful, loving space at this time, the stars' reps confirmed . The couple dated for nearly a year, first getting together after they were caught flirting at the 2016 Golden Globes . But, as Radar previously reported, it wasn't always smooth sailing for the A-list pair. Things went south last year when Bloom was caught getting cozy with Selena Gomez at a nightclub, and again later when insiders said the Pirates of the Caribbean actor and Rise singer weren't on the same page. PHOTOS: Back Together? Katy Perry & John Mayer Enjoy Disneyland Date Night10 Cute Snaps Katy said they were on different life paths and as much as she likes him, it's time to move on, a source revealed at the time.
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The show also got political, with several celebrities taking aim at President Donald Trump and his policies throughout the evening. Kimmel first poked fun at Trump during his opening monologue, saying the Academy Awards was being watched across the globe "in more than 225 countries that now hate us." He then went on to tweet "Hey @realDonaldTrump u up?' and "@realDonaldTrump #Merylsayshi" before calling on the crowd to give a "highly overrated" Meryl Streep a standing ovation for her 20 Oscar nominations throughout her career, the Daily Mail noted . Kimmel appeared to be mocking the president for calling Streep "overrated" after her speech at the Golden Globes last month. Kimmel then went on to take a shot at Ivanka Trump for her clothing label being dropped by Nordstrom. There were also several instances of participants in the show castigating Trump for his immigration policy and travel ban throughout the evening.
Washington Free Beacon
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The show also got political, with several celebrities taking aim at President Donald Trump and his policies throughout the evening. Kimmel first poked fun at Trump during his opening monologue, saying the Academy Awards was being watched across the globe "in more than 225 countries that now hate us." He then went on to tweet "Hey @realDonaldTrump u up?' and "@realDonaldTrump #Merylsayshi" before calling on the crowd to give a "highly overrated" Meryl Streep a standing ovation for her 20 Oscar nominations throughout her career, the Daily Mail noted . Kimmel appeared to be mocking the president for calling Streep "overrated" after her speech at the Golden Globes last month. Kimmel then went on to take a shot at Ivanka Trump for her label being dropped by Nordstrom. There were also several instances of participants in the show castigating Trump for his immigration policy and travel ban throughout the evening.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Nicole Kidman has become known for 'bizarre' behaviour at awards shows after she put on a giggly display at the Golden Globes in January.
Financial Times - United States
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Sky News
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It is the more mainstream, the acting categories, Meryl Streep and the Golden Globes may have made more of a political statement but no one did and then what happened at the end of the night is what has dominated the conversation is about this evening.
Sky News
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-- holding that car. Do you think this has taken some of the shine away for the win for Moonlight? It's been that kind of year can if you go back to the Golden Globes, with what happened with Hidden Fences, the names wrong, and now the shine has come off it. To bring on humour, there is a chorus in a Michael Jackson song, you can see blame it on the Warren Beatty instead, I think he is in that chorus.
Mashable
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We have very bad news for Ryan Reynolds. SEE ALSO: Oscars 2017: Full winners list It looks like Andrew Garfield has a new bromance, just weeks after the two made out upon losing the Golden Globes' Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy to Ryan Gosling. At the Academy Awards ceremony, Garfield was pictured in a very warm embrace with Lion star and fellow Oscar nominee Dev Patel. Many people on Twitter couldn't cope with the cuteness and openly asked for the two actors to kiss: 1) let andrew garfield kiss another man at this award show 2) let it be dev patel ASYA (@communistbabe) February 27, 2017 Read more... More about Academy Awards 2017 , Oscars 2017 , Bromance , Andrew Garfield , and Dev Patel
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Politico
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Early in the show, politics took center stage as Kimmel launched his monologue. The country is divided right now, the late-night talk-show host said during his opening remarks on ABC's telecast. The comedian went on to say that he was asked to say something to unite us. I can't do that, there's only one 'Braveheart' in this room, and he's not going to unite us either, Kimmel joked, as the camera turned to Mel Gibson. I'm not the man to unite this country, Kimmel said, adding there were millions and millions of people watching the award show at the moment. He urged everyone watching to have a positive considerate conversation not as liberals or conservatives but as Americans – if we all did that it would make America great again. It starts with us. Looking down to the front row, Kimmel also pointed out the highly overrated Meryl Streep — a dig at Trump who tweeted insults about the actress following a Golden Globes speech where she highlighted the importance of journalism in a divisive political age.
Voice Of America
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Sunday night's Oscars are shaping up to be one of the most turbulent and politically charged ceremonies in recent memory. The three-hour-plus telecast, which begins at 8:30 p.m. on ABC, is expected to resemble one very glitzy protest against President Donald Trump, whom award-winners _-like Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes - have railed against throughout Hollywood's awards season. An unusually tense atmosphere has coalesced before the Dolby Theatre ceremony, with protests, rallies and boycotts swirling around this year's Oscars. Even the normally sunny California weather has been stormy, and light rain fell Sunday as stars arrived on the covered red carpet. "It's crazy to be at the prom,'' said Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Broadway star who is to perform his nominated song from "Moana.'' He brought his mother, Luz, as his date. Yet most expect another day of sun for Damien Chazelle's celebrated musical "La La Land,'' up for a record-tying 14 nominations.
Informed Comment
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He is a US citizen by birth and holds an American passport. If white people in America didn't want African-American Muslims here, they shouldn't have kidnapped millions of Africans, some 20% of them Muslims, and brought them here as slaves. So the answer is that Muslim-ness is being othered by the Trump cronies, and American Muslims are being coded as somehow foreign even though persons of Muslim heritage have been in North America for hundreds of years (long before the Drumpfs got here in the 1880s). And, yes, it is entirely possible that Mahershala Ali could be treated as Muhammad Ali, Jr., was. Although Mahershala Ali is the first Muslim actor actually to win an academy award, prominent Muslims have long associated with Hollywood and have won Golden Globes and other awards. Omar Sharif , an Egyptian of Christian Syrian heritage who converted to Islam, was nominated for an Academy Award as supporting actor in David Lean's 1962 Lawrence of Arabia.
The Sun Daily - Showbiz
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The Sun Daily - Showbiz
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In a brief but acclaimed performance, Ali's drug dealer Juan imparts life lessons to the protagonist Chiron that help him survive in prison and in the outside world. The role won Oakland-born Ali best supporting actor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, although he lost out to Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals) at the Golden Globes. Ali, a Muslim convert since 1999 with a Christian minister for a mother, joined the minority Ahmadiyya Community, a movement seen as heretical by other Islamic sects, in 2001. Muslims have won Oscars in various categories over the years – including Pakistani documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and feature director Asghar Farhadi – but none has taken a statuette for acting. Ellen Burstyn, who won a best actress Oscar in 1975, has practiced a blend of Sufism and other religions since her late 30s but has said she considers herself a "spirit open to the truth" rather than a Muslim.