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Hollywood Calls for Peaceful Ferguson Protests

Celebrities and other in Hollywood took to social media to express shock over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case Monday night, with many of them calling for peaceful demonstrations across the country. 550 more words

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Graveyard Shift Sisters #FridayNightHorror Watches Carrie At 10pm Tonight

Once a month, Graveyard Shift Sisters have a live-tweeting horror film experience with horror fans around the world on Twitter.  #FridayNightHorror began with them and… 93 more words

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Chris Pratt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chloe Grace Mortez And More Read Mean Tweets On Jimmy Kimmel Live

In the eighth installment of Jimmy Kimmel Live’s “Mean Tweets” , Chris Pratt, Gwnyneth Paltrow, Chole Grace Mortez, Gerard Butler, John Stamos, Adam Sandler, Britney Spears, and more  all read mean tweets about themselves while laughing and providing comebacks of their own. 23 more words

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Pick These Holiday Films For #UPopMovieNight #2 & #3!

It’s that time again to pick a film for UPop Movie Night!

For those of you who are new, #UPopMovieNight is an online event on Twitter where we and our followers converge on a Saturday night and watch a film together and tweet about it! 81 more words

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#UPopMovieNight Tie Breaker

Happy Saturday! Tonight’s the night! That’s right our first #UPopMovieNight will take place via Twitter and Netflix at 9pm eastern standard time. We appreciate your votes but we need you to vote one last time before this evening begins. 41 more words

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Piers Morgan's Writes About the N-Word Recieves Backlash

On Monday, former CNN host Piers Morgan penned an op-ed piece for the Daily Mail about the usage of the ‘N-Word’.  He writes about the origins of the word, why black people use it, and then says that he thinks that if black people stopped using the word than white people would to. 303 more words

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