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Brad Pitt Eyes Lead Role in Angelina Jolie's 'AFRICA'

It was revealed last September that Unbroken Angelina Jolie was moving with her next directing project (her fourth) with Skydance Productions Africa, a sweeping epic based on Eric Roth’s screenplay about paleo-archaeologist Richard Leakey’s battle with ivory poachers that threaten the existence of the African elephant population and the very soul of Africa. 171 more words


A New 'Insurgent' Trailer Drops For The Super Bowl, Rihanna Might Be Performing With Katy Perry, And More

Happy Friday! We’re only two days away from the Super Bowl, so gear up for the big game with a new Insurgent trailer that might be even more exciting than what’s happening on the field, the latest rumors about Katy’s “special guest,” and the action hero who’ll be back in time for kickoff. 199 more words


The World's Obsession With Amal Isn't About Her Accomplishments

Amal Clooney is at it again— doing something celebrities don’t usually do, and looking like a movie star while doing it.

This time, she’s arguing in the European Court of Human Rights against a Turkish politician who denied the existence of an Armenian genocide 100 years ago in which more than 1.5 million people were brutally murdered. 798 more words

Famous Feminist

There are many women who are or have been influential in the struggle for women’s rights. Women in the public eye seem to have the most influence on this movement. 369 more words

All's Fair in Hollywood and War?

The Gist: Read Unbroken. Louis from the movie is eye-candy. Americans are reacting differently to Unbroken and American Sniper. Is blaming US troops ethical? 425 more words

Survival of the human spirit and other cliches in "Unbroken"

“Unbroken,” the new movie directed by Angelina Jolie, commits the ultimate war crime by telling an extraordinary true story in an ordinary, boring way.

As Jolie and her team of screenwriters (which, amazingly, include Joel and Ethan Coen) tell it, the story of Louis Zamperini is the story of a mythical hero, not a person with three dimensions.   435 more words