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Frances Sternhagen, Tony-Winning Actor Who Appeared in ‘Cheers,’ ‘ER,’ Dies at 93
Frances Sternhagen, the Tony award-winning actor known for playing formidable women on stage in Driving Miss Daisy and on screen in Cheers, Misery and Sex and the City, has died at her home in New York. She was 93. See the Story
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Xi Jinping · San Antonio
Mark Cuban plans to leave 'Shark Tank': 'It's time'
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talks about his time on "Shark Tank" Cuban says he loves the show because it sends the message the American dream is alive and well. Cuban said he's invested in hundreds of companies that were pitched on the show. The show features successful business people, or "sharks," who hear pitches from entrepreneurs.See the Story
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Donald Trump · United States
Sebastian Stan Cast as Trump in ‘The Apprentice’ Film: Report
The Apprentice began principal photography this week and features an ensemble cast that includes Jeremy Strong and Maria Bakalova. The film focuses on Trump as he builds his real estate business in New York City in the 1970s and ’80s, according to media reports. See the Story
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Why Lucy Gray & Snow Are More Similar Than They Appear Explained By Hunger Games Producer
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes producer Nina Jacobson explains why Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler) and Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) are more similar than they might initially appear. The prequel tells the story of the tenth annual Hunger Games, where a young Coriolanus Snow — before becoming President Snow in the original movies — is tasked to mentor District 12 tribute, Lucy Gray. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes' recepti…See the Story
Euphoria: Maddy's Most Iconic Quotes
Maddy Perez quotes from Euphoria prove she is already an iconic TV character. She has a memorable wardrobe, a brilliant sense of humor, and an abundance of confidence in herself that some people spend their whole lives yearning to achieve. Her playful attitude and bold actions make Maddy one of the most lovable characters in television history. Maddy isn't afraid to be true to herself, and she doesn't have time to be modest – she knows her great…See the Story
Green Lantern's New Villains Are the Sick Opposite of a New Lantern Corps
Warning: contains spoilers for Green Lantern War Journal #3!Green Lantern’s new villains are the dark and twisted opposite of a new Lantern corps. The Green Lantern Corps has faced down the likes of the Sinestro Corps and the Black Lanterns, but a new threat, known as the Radiant Dead, has emerged. Readers have seen tantalizing hints of the Dead’s power, but in Green Lantern War Journal #3, they learn the horrifying truth. This stunning revelati…See the Story
James Cameron Explains Technical Error In Titanic's Iconic Scene With Rose & Jack
Titanic director James Cameron explains the surprising technical error in Rose and Jack's most iconic scene together. Released in 1997, Cameron's romantic drama chronicles the love story of a young man and woman from different walks of life aboard the ill-fated 1912 voyage of the RMS Titanic. The film, which stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, features a handful of memorable scenes, but none more so than Jack and Rose standing at the bow o…See the Story
Canceled Shadow & Bones Spinoff Plot Details Revealed By Writer
Shadow and Bone writer Christina Strain reveals new plot details for the canceled Six of Crows spinoff. Based on the book trilogy by Leigh Bardugo and developed for television by Eric Heisserer, the fantasy series follows the orphan cartographer Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li) who discovers she is a Grisha, one with extraordinary magical abilities, and could be the key to saving her war-torn world from dark forces. Netflix canceled Shadow and Bone…See the Story
Silent Night Interview: John Woo Explains Why The Lack Of Dialogue Excited Him & What Sets Joel Kinnaman Apart
The tradition of action Christmas movies continues with the all-new revenge thriller, Silent Night. When Brian Godluck loses his son to a gang war on Christmas Eve and his voice after being shot in the throat, everything changes. Unable to move beyond the tragedy, he dedicates his life to taking revenge against the people who took the life of his son.See the Story
Obliterated Season 2 Chances Addressed By Creators
Obliterated season 2 gets an update from the show’s creators. Created by Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald, Obliterated is a Netflix action-comedy series about a special forces team who is trying to track down a terrorist group that is determined to blow up Las Vegas. Obliterated season 1 was released on November 30.See the Story