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AV Club FilmsFeb 22, 2018
Rita Moreno on One Day At A Time, diving into dance for West Side Story, and getting gritty for Oz
Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don't know beforehand what roles we'll ask them to talk about.


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AV Club FilmsFeb 22, 2018
How will you react when a loved one tells you they are a furry?
The number of furries is growing. Exact numbers are hard to quantify; going purely by numbers of convention attendees, they're expanding steadily each year, with almost 9,000 furries showing up to to Midwest Furfest in 2017 and over 7,500 to Anthrocon. (Those are the two biggest.) The subculture, long the subject of…

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People Top HeadlinesFeb 21, 2018
Harvey Weinstein Cites Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lawrence & Meryl Streep — in His Defense
Harvey Weinstein is name dropping stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep in an attempt to prove that not every actress he worked with had a negative experience.

In a new legal filing obtained by The Blast, the disgraced mogul's lawyers used the three A-listers as examples of women who supported him or continued to work with him despite his alleged history of sexual assault and harassment.

The documents come in response to a class action suit previously filed by six actresses who claim that Weinstein, along with The Weinstein Company, used his power to bully women and cover up his alleged misconduct.

"Such women would include, presumably, Jennifer Lawrence, who told Oprah Winfrey she had known Weinstein since she was 20 years old and said ‘he had only ever been nice to me,' " the producer's lawyers said.

The documents go on to mention Streep, who, Weinstein's attorneys say, "stated publicly that Weinstein had always been respectful to her in their working relationship."

As for Paltrow, who claimed Weinstein harassed her during the filming of 1994's Emma, the documents point out that the actress "went on to star in another Weinstein production — Shakespeare In Love, and even won an Oscar for her role."

The documents add, "Paltrow was not so offended that she refus

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