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Hulu’s 9/11 drama 'The Looming Tower' covers prior tensions

Hulu’s upcoming 9/11 drama, “The Looming Tower,” might make you question whether you want to watch a show about how we failed to stop one of the deadliest days in U.S. history. Afterall, we already know the result. But the ...

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Brian Fallon on 'The ‘59 Sound' and his new album 'Sleepwalkers'

Brian Fallon has found his groove. “Sleepwalkers,” Fallon’s newest record, shows that the Jersey Shore crooner is at the top of his game and comfortable as a solo artist. The album drips with the influence of soul and R&B and ...

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'The View' would welcome Stormy Daniels' despite her cancellation

Thursday’s Stormy warning has been canceled. ABC reps tell us they’d still like to have porn star Stormy Daniels on “The View,” even though they say she abruptly nixed her scheduled Thursday visit to the show. Daniels, who reportedly slept ...

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Lorde sews poem into Grammys gown: 'The apocalypse will blossom’

Lorde emblazoned a poem to the back of her flowing red Grammys gown on Sunday. The artist — who was notably not invited to perform a song from her nominated album “Melodrama” during the ceremony — walked around with a ...

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The making of the SAG Awards 'The Actor' statuettes

The making of the SAG Awards ‘The Actor’ statuettes Rows and rows of the famous “The Actor” statuettes, awarded at the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, were made in Burbank, California on Jan. 9, 2018 ahead of the Jan. 21 ...

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Alt-right trolls attack 'The Last Jedi' on Rotten Tomatoes

The feminist agenda is strong with this one — too strong, apparently. Alt-right internet group “Down with Disney’s Treatment of Franchises and Its Fanboys” has claimed responsibility for an attack on the near-perfect Rotten Tomatoes score of “Star Wars: The ...

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'The Children' review: Doomsday drama opens on Broadway

First comes the reunion. Then, the reckoning. So it goes in “The Children,” a slow-moving but ultimately thought-provoking and haunting drama about legacies and how the past always catches up with the present. Playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s setting is England, where ...

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'The Endless Summer' surf film director Bruce Brown dead at 80

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bruce Brown, who molded the modern image of surfer as seeker and transformed the sport with his 1966 surfing documentary “The Endless Summer,” has died He was 80. Alex Mecl, general manager of Bruce Brown Films, ...

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Carrie Fisher's French bulldog has a cameo in 'The Last Jedi'

Carrie Fisher and her beloved therapy dog Gary are together again in a galaxy far, far away. A sharp-eyed fan spotted an alien creature with a startling resemblance to the French bulldog in a picture from the set of “Star ...

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Uma Thurman makes Broadway debut in 'The Parisian Woman' — review

Self-assured socialite Chloe breezes into her well-appointed art-filled home in Washington, D.C., and playfully twirls her keys around her finger. That’s the opening moment of “The Parisian Woman.” And for the next 90 minutes, playwright Beau Willimon’s curvy, contemporary soap ...

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