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AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Alicia Keys to host this year's Grammy Awards
Last year's Grammy Awards was, by and large, a male-dominated affair, with Album Of The Year nominee Lorde being left off the performance slate and all women aside from Alessia Cara being shut out of the major award categories. Discussions of gender bias in the music industry quickly spread, leading Recording Academy…

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Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
‘The Daily Show' Gives Trump the ‘Drunk History' Treatment (Video)
In a rare network crossover, "Drunk History" co-creator and host Derek Waters showed up on Monday night's episode of "They Daily Show" for a guest sketch called "Trump History" that looked at some of Trump's wackier statements about American history. If you have never seen "Drunk History," here's the deal: every episode, a comedian is invited to get very drunk, then talk on camera about a favorite story from history. The inebriated recounting of the past is used as the script for a reenactment of said events, usually featuring other comedians in the roles of important people of history. Also Read: 'Family Guy' Bosses Explain 'Clearly Offensive' Trump Episode Scene Now, Trump is a famously self-proclaimed teetotaler, so "Trump History" doesn't featuring him drinking. It does feature a weird retelling of the American Civil War, featuring statements he's made about people like Abraham Lincoln (including his coining of the weird word "imigining") and Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. It helps, of course, that Trump's off-the-cuff oratorical style has kind of a slurry quality. The clip features the cast of "The Daily Show" in various roles, and like the normal version of "Drunk History," it's pretty funny. Watch the whole clip above. Read original story ‘The Daily Show' Gives Trump the ‘Drunk History' Treatment (Video) At TheWrap


Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
CNN Analyst Surprised After Accusing Fox Nation's David Webb of ‘White Privilege': ‘I'm Black'
Note to radio commentators: Before calling out someone for their white privilege, make sure they're white.CNN analyst Areva Martin learned that the hard way on Tuesday morning after mistakenly accusing Sirius XM radio host and Fox Nation host David Webb for his "white privilege" during a discussion on race, only to find out Webb is, in fact, black.The awkward moment happened during a debate on whether race or qualifications should be an issue when hiring people for certain jobs.Also Read: Was Elvis Presley Racist? Eugene Jarecki Talks to Chuck D About His Famous Lyrics in 'The King' (Podcast)After Webb said that expertise and experience are what matter, Martin interjected: "That's a whole ‘nother long conversation about white privilege, the things that you have the privilege of doing, that people of color don't have the privilege of."Webb shot back: "How do I have the privilege of white privilege?""David… by virtue of being a white male you have white privilege." Martin answered before Webb cut her off: "Areva, I hate to break it to you, but you should've been better prepped. I'm black."Also Read: NYT Writer Critical of White Men Blasts Twitter as 'Misery Machine'You can listen to entire the exchange here.Read original story CNN Analyst Surprised After Accusing Fox Nation's David Webb of ‘White Privilege': ‘I'm Black' At TheWrap


Fandango.com Entertainment NewsJan 15, 2019
Spider-Man Meets Nick Fury in First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home' Trailer; Here's Everything We Know


Given what happens in Avengers: Infinity War, the next solo Spider-Man movie is shrouded in secrecy. At least, a lot of the details are. What we do know is the Spider-Man: Homecoming follow-up will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home and it will supposedly be set after the events of this summer's Avengers: Endgame — if anyone is even still alive after that ultimate Marvel crossover, that is. Sony dropped the first trailer for Far From Home this...

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