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AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2022
Jesse Eisenberg returns with a "Sundance movie," while two horror films shift the definition of one
As A.A. Dowd pointed out in our inaugural dispatch from Sundance 2022, by the time Robert Redford retreated from the festival in 2018, Sundance had developed a self-sustaining ecosystem—and a legend—of its own. I'm new to this particular festival as an official member of the press corps, so the affectionate bagel-shop…

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AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2022
Regina King issues statement on the death of her son, Ian Alexander, Jr.
Ian Alexander, Jr., a musician and DJ who was the son of actor and director Regina King, died this week, Variety reports. King issued a statement about her son's death earlier this weekend, calling him "a bright light" who "cared so deeply about the happiness of others." Alexander had just turned 26. Multiple outlets…

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VultureJan 22, 2022
Ozark Recap: Thin Blood
Several familial betrayals thrust us into the midseason finale.

Time EntertainmentJan 22, 2022
Regina King's Son, Ian Alexander Jr., Dies at Age 26
"Our family is devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian," a family statement shared Saturday by a King spokesman said

VultureJan 22, 2022
Ozark Recap: Big Fish in a Small Pond
Wendy descends into Heisenberg territory.

VultureJan 22, 2022
Regina King Confirms Death of Her 26-Year-Old Son, Ian Alexander Jr.
"Our family is devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian."

VultureJan 22, 2022
Honoring His Mother Was Louie Anderson's Life Work
Throughout his decades-long career, the comedian learned to love himself the way his mother loved him.

Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
Brian Laundrie texted between his and Gabby Petito's phone to trick law enforcement into thinking she was still alive, FBI says


Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2022
Bill Maher pushes back on Fauci: 'Don't sit there in your white coat and tell me "just do what we say"'


Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2022
The January 6 committee obtained a draft of post-insurrection White House remarks that said 'the election fight is over.' Trump gave a speech but left out that sentence.


Yahoo! BooksJan 22, 2022
Arkansas prof pleads guilty to lying about China patents


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
Read the raunchy, heartbreaking speech John Stamos gave at Bob Saget's memorial


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
7 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
Michigan superintendent denies rumor that litter boxes were put in bathroom for students who identified as furries


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
A 73-year-old New York grandmother outsmarted scammers who pretended to be her grandson and said he needed $8,000 to be bailed out of jail


Rolling Stone Movie NewsJan 22, 2022
Sundance: ‘We Need to Talk About Cosby' Goes Deep on the Man, the Myth, the Monster
W. Kamau Bell's four-part look at actor-comedian examines the massive gap between "America's dad" and an accused sexual predator

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 22, 2022
Fans sue Universal Pictures over film without Ana de Armas
The comedy Yesterday has the actress in the trailer, but not the movie itself - to the anger of fans.

AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2022
Stephen Colbert and Elvis Costello make us misty with stories of their late moms
Elvis Costello thinks he knows the shared origin story of all the world's villains. Appearing on Friday's Late Show to promote his new album with The Imposters, The Boy Named If and generally be elfish and charming, the legendary rocker told Stephen Colbert that it's all about the F chord. Specifically the…

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AV Club FilmsJan 22, 2022
W. Kamau Bell's We Need To Talk About Cosby is a devastating but necessary conversation
The title of W. Kamau Bell's Showtime docuseries, We Need To Talk About Cosby, is both provocative and self-aware. Unlike the bore at a party who's pinned you into a corner and drones on incessantly about an uncomfortable topic, Bell understands that the last thing most of us want to do is discuss Bill Cosby, whom 60…

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VultureJan 22, 2022
Ana de Armas Was Edited Out of Yesterday, So Fans Are Suing
Before you ask, this was not the work of the Ana de Armas Updates stan account.

Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
The Science of Slow Aging


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
No business like showbusiness for Sussexes as they launch new entertainment firms


Yahoo! ArtsJan 22, 2022
Would Trump Throw His Own Kids Under the Bus to Save Himself? We May Soon Find Out.


VultureJan 21, 2022
12 Meat Loaf Stories That Proved He Lived One Hell of a Life
Warning: The late Meat Loaf was known to embellish a story or two.

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Time EntertainmentJan 21, 2022
Bat Out of Hell Singer Meat Loaf, Dies At 74
(NEW YORK) — Meat Loaf, the rock superstar loved by millions for his "Bat Out of Hell" album and for such theatrical, dark-hearted anthems as "Paradise By the Dashboard Light," "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," has died. He was 74. The singer born…

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Meat Loaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell' Singer and Actor, Dies (NYTimes Arts)

AV Club FilmsJan 21, 2022
Opening night of Sundance was all about Princess Diana and a twisty Sebastian Stan thriller
When Robert Redford stepped down from the Sundance Film Festival three years ago, it was with the acknowledgment that the annual movie-lovers summit he founded and presided over for four decades would go on just fine without him. "I don't think the festival needs a whole lot of introduction now," he conceded during…

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NYTimes ArtsJan 21, 2022
Louie Anderson and the Compassion of America's Eternal Kid
He displayed an empathetic humanity that he shared offstage with his friend Bob Saget. The loss of both comics represents the end of an era.

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Louie Anderson, Genial Stand-Up Comic and Actor, Dies at 68 (NYTimes Arts)

Rolling Stone Movie NewsJan 21, 2022
Sundance: ‘The Princess' Is the Definitive Princess Diana Documentary
A portrait of the People's Princess told strictly through archival clips doubles as an indictment of the media that made and broke her — and is the runaway highlight of the festival's opening night

New York Times MoviesJan 21, 2022
Watch a Seductive Moment in ‘The Power of the Dog'
Jane Campion narrates an intimate scene between Benedict Cumberbatch and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

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‘The Power of the Dog' | Anatomy of a Scene (NYTimes Arts)

NYTimes ArtsJan 21, 2022
Brian Cox Takes Stock of His Eventful Life on Stage and Screen
In "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat," the actor currently thriving as Logan Roy in "Succession" recounts his Scottish upbringing, his years in the theater and his experiences in Hollywood.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 21, 2022
Meat Loaf: Stars pay tribute to 'one-off' Bat Out Of Hell singer
The Bat Out Of Hell singer is remembered by musicians including Cher, Brian May and Bonnie Tyler.

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Meat Loaf, Legendary Bat Out of Hell Rocker, Dead at 74 (Vulture)

VultureJan 21, 2022
Ozark Recap: Spinning Plates
Ruth gets into serious trouble.

Yahoo! ArtsJan 21, 2022
FBI Reveals What Was in Brian Laundrie's Notebook


NYTimes ArtsJan 21, 2022
Another Peloton Heart Attack on TV? ‘Billions' Says It's a Coincidence.
Peloton's stock dropped last month after the premiere of the "Sex and the City" reboot, which ended with Mr. Big dying after riding one of the company's bikes.

AV Club FilmsJan 21, 2022
Staten Island heroes Pete Davidson and Colin Jost have purchased a defunct Staten Island Ferry
Saturday Night Live cast members Colin Jost and Pete Davidson have made a joint purchase on the previously decommissioned John F. Kennedy NYC Staten Island Ferry, with the hopes of turning it into an entertainment space. The ferry only cost them $280,100, and that extra $100 was crucial.

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BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 21, 2022
US comic Louie Anderson dies aged 68
The stand-up comedian appeared in films including Coming to America and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 21, 2022
Watch: Music legend Meat Loaf chats to BBC HARDtalk
The Bat Out Of Hell singer Meat Loaf spoke to the BBC in 2016.

NYTimes ArtsJan 21, 2022
The French Naturalist Who Loved To Paint Mushrooms
Jean-Henri Fabre, known for his popular books on insects, was a man of many hobbies.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 21, 2022
Meat Loaf: The music legend's life in video
Remembering Bat Out of Hell star Meat Loaf who has died at the age of 74.

VultureJan 21, 2022
The Gilded Age Rings Hollow
Julian Fellowes's newest historical confection has ample surface appeal, but when it comes to reasons to care, it comes up short.

New York Times MoviesJan 21, 2022
Five Science Fiction Movies to Stream Now
If you're interested in alien invasions, vivid dreamscapes or adorable cats, this collection of streaming picks may be just right for you.

New York Times MoviesJan 21, 2022
Why the Costumer of 'The Gilded Age' Is Being Driven Out of Business
Helen Uffner has dressed Broadway, Hollywood and TV shows for more than 40 years. But high-rise developers and Amazon distribution centers are making it impossible to store her extraordinary vintage collection.

VultureJan 20, 2022
Colin Jost and Pete Davidson Bought a Staten Island Ferry
They're boat boys now.

NYTimes ArtsJan 20, 2022
‘The Gilded Age' Finally Arrives on HBO
A decade after it began life at NBC, this period drama from the "Downton Abbey" creator, Julian Fellowes, comes to TV with big mansions, big names and big costumes. It also faces big risks.

AV Club FilmsJan 19, 2022
W. Kamau Bell wrestles with a former hero in first We Need To Talk About Cosby trailer
Bill Cosby is not currently in prison at the moment. That's thanks to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which vacated, back in 2021, the sexual assault conviction that had put him there, arguing that prosecutors had violated the comedian's due process rights during his original trial on sexual assault charges. Despite…

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AV Club FilmsJan 19, 2022
From Lear's crown to Ahab's leg, Brian Cox has some great stories of stage disasters
Introduced by Stephen Colbert as Succession's "patriarch we love to hate," Brian Cox proved actually pretty lovable as he regaled his host with stories of his own father and mother. Speaking of his recent, bracingly honest autobiography Putting The Rabbit In The Hat, in which the 75-year-old acting legend shares the…

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New York Times MoviesJan 14, 2022
Five International Movies to Stream Now
This month's picks include a family-friendly Belgian drama about immigrants, a Mexican class-conflict thriller and a South Indian superhero tale.

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Pennywise Is Happy He Gets to Hang With the Big Kids in the It Sequel
While filming the first It film, director Andy Muschetti made sure to keep the kids away from Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) when they weren't filming so the diabolic clown would stay as terrifying as possible to them. However, now that Pennywise is a celebrity—and It: Chapter Two's actors are adults—Skarsgård is thrilled…

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People Top HeadlinesApr 10, 2018
Gabrielle Union Says She Learned Who Her 'People' Were After Being Raped
Gabrielle Union knows the value of a sturdy support system. But she also knows that not everyone has one.

She made this point at Monday night's 11th Annual Night of Opportunity Gala held in New York City for The Opportunity Network, a nonprofit that works with students from historically and systematically underrepresented communities achieve their college and career goals.

Union, 45, was an honoree at the event, and in her acceptance speech, she spoke about expanding the idea of what a support system can be. She explained that she learned the hard way that "your people" are not always who you thought they would be. She referenced the time she was raped as a sophomore in college.

"When I was raped at gunpoint, one of the most lonely and debilitating experiences of my life, I had to redefine what it meant to be a part of a community because my ‘people' didn't have a ton of experience with rape survivors," the Being Mary Jane star and producer said to Cipriani's packed but silent dining room. "So I had to expand my idea of what and who my people were. I needed a different kind of support. I needed different opportunities, opportunities to heal and then the ability to want to continue living."

The summer before starting her sophomore year of college at UCLA, the actress was raped at gunpoint by a stranger in the Payless store where she worked.

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But that wasn't the first time she realized she needed "different" opportunities.

"When I was at UCLA, a lot of the kids I was at school with, their parents got them internships and their parents had jobs lined up for them or they took over the family business," she explained to PEOPLE. "I don'

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