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Button Mashers: X-Men Legends

A legendary licensed video game that changed the industry forever is X-Men Legends (2004).

The Brotherhood of Mutants led by Magneto (Tony Jay) want to destroy humanity so mutants can be known as homo superior. 76 more words

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T5F: Guest Stars

5. Ed Asner and Lily Tomlin The X-Files S6:E6 “How the Ghosts Stole Christmas,” December 13, 1998

I feel like this episode went way under the radar, possibly because it is holiday themed, and in prime time science fiction fare, that is not always celebrated. 670 more words


SAG-AFTRA’s Funds Held in Trust Jump 7.1% to $183.9 Million

SAG-AFTRA’s funds held in trust for others have increased by 7.1% to $183.9 million since last year, according to the union’s latest filing with the federal government. 794 more words


You've Got Pluck

When I saw today’s one-word prompt, “pluck,” I immediately thought of that great scene from the Mary Tyler Moore Show where Lou Grant, played by Ed Asner, says to Mary Richards, played, of course, by Mary Tyler Moore, “You know what? 129 more words


Ed Asner Retracts And Apologizes For Allegations Against SAG-AFTRA Leaders

Former SAG President Ed Asner has renounced claims he and a group of actors made earlier this year accusing SAG-AFTRA’s leaders of a long list of financial misdeeds. 216 more words

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SAG-AFTRA Board Defends Leaders Over Alleged Misconduct

UPDATE, 12:34 p.m Tuesday — Ed Asner has announced that he no longer supports a letter alleging extensive misconduct by SAG-AFTRA leaders.

“I signed on to this letter, not knowing it would go public, to right what I was led to believe was wrong,” Asner said in a statement. 953 more words


Report Exonerates SAG-AFTRA Execs Accused Of Misdeeds

SAG-AFTRA has come out swinging against charges its leaders committed a laundry list of financial misdeeds. On Sunday, the union’s national board of directors released the findings of an independent investigation into the allegations, which wholly exonerated the accused executives.  411 more words

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