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The network that gave us Riverdale and is currently in its 14,000th season of Supernatural is here to give us more of what we might not have even known we wanted in…
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- “Racist” GOP ad features:
- An illegal immigrant (and unrepentant) cop killer
- A criminal traveling within the caravan headed our way
- Birthright citizenship and the 14th amendment
- Originally created to protect the rights of freed slaves
- Later redefined to include anyone
- Will it be redefined again, to prevent gaming the system?
- Prediction: We will close the birthright loophole…
- …The Supreme Court will uphold the change
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Corey Feldman isn’t waiting for LAPD to conclude its investigation into what he calls serious threats on his life — he’s requesting court-ordered protection. Feldman filed for requests for restraining orders against 5 individuals he claims are harassing…
The Conners are coming back to TV. Mere weeks after ABC’s “Roseanne” revival was canceled to due a racist tweet from its star, Roseanne Barr, the company announced that a spinoff called “The Conners” had been greenlit and would premiere in the fall. Find out which members of the original cast will be back for the new sitcom.
Judge orders Brady, Goodell back to court
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‘Star’ will be told from the artist’s point of view.
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The New York Post reports that federal Judge Ann Nevins didn’t go for Fif’s hard luck story of starting from the bottom and rising to the Hip-Hop that his lawyer laid out in court documents.
Says the New York Post:
“It is easy to forget that Mr. Jackson grew up in poverty in South Jamaica, a rough neighborhood of Queens, New York,” papers submitted in the Connecticut bankruptcy court by the rapper’s lawyer say.
“His single mother was murdered when Mr. Jackson was only 8 years old,” attorney Patrick Neligan Jr. wrote. “As a boy, Mr. Jackson dreamed of being a boxer, but by the time he was a teenager, he was caught up in a life of crime.”
But Jackson turned his life around after being shot nine times in 2000.
“After recovering from his injuries, Mr. Jackson determined to improve his life and focused on his music,” the papers trumpet, explaining he went on to become a multi-platinum artist who “typifies the American dream” and even became a philanthropist, feeding poor children and helping 9/11 victims.
Already on the hook for $ 5M the trial to see if Leviston gets any more money for punitive damages begins on Monday, July 20.
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Did you know that at one point, music was just music? Like, you would listen to a song on something called a "radio" and you'd have to make up the singer's face in your mind because it was a purely aural medium. But then the 1980s came along and the music video came into the mainstream thanks to MTV and the awesome hair of Mark Goodman. And then all hell broke loose in the music industry! Why am I giving you a brief history lesson in music videos? Well, I wanted to paint a picture of what HBO's new series Video Synchronicity might look like. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has given a series order to the comedy, which is set in the 1980s and follows a video producer who moves to Los Angeles right at the beginning of the music-video boom. There's a big name behind the show, too. David Fincher ( Fight Club, House of Cards) will direct and produce the series. Starring as Robby, a green director who moves to Hollywood looking to direct a sci-fi movie but falls into making music videos, will be Charlie Rowe, who you last saw hairless as Leo on Fox's Red Band Society. Also on board to star are Sam Page, Jason Flemyng, Kerry Condon, Elizabeth Lail, Corbin Bernsen, and Paz Vega. This sounds pretty good, guys. And I'm loving how HBO is going hard into comedy territory. In addition to Video Synchronicity, HBO has the Rock's Ballers, Danny McBride's Vice Principals, Lorne Michael's Brothers in Atlanta, Sarah Jessica Parker's Divorce, former web series High Maintenance, and the World War 3 farce The Brink coming soon. Will you watch Video Synchronicity ? Will you at least think about it?