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This was the best most horrible movie I have seen in some time.  Cried like a baby through the majority of it.  539 more words

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TGL Round-Up: Madonna Tries to Stop Tupac Letter Auction, Felicity Jones Cast as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Lamar Odom Writing Book on the Kardashians

Madonna has filed a request to prevent a personal letter from rapper Tupac and several other personal items from going up for auction.

The pop legend says Darlene Lutz, the woman who‘s auctioning the items through Gotta Have It, “betrayed trust in an outrageous effort to obtain my possessions without knowledge or consent.” Somehow, Lutz, “a former friend and art consultant,” got her hands on the breakup letter as well as one in which Madonna despaired of not being as successful in music or film as Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone, respectively, calling them “horribly mediocre.” 152 more words


Felicity Jones to play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in new biopic

Following memorable roles in Rogue One and The Theory of Everything, for which she received an Oscar nomination, Felicity Jones has nabbed her next project: The 33-year-old English actress will portray Ruth Bader Ginsburg in… 186 more words


Felicity Jones to Star as Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Biopic 'On the Basis of Sex'

Felicity Jones will star as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the biopic “On the Basis of Sex,” with shooting starting in Montreal in September. 189 more words


Felicity Jones Set As SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg In 'On The Basis Of Sex'

EXCLUSIVE: Felicity Jones will star as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in On the Basis Of Sex, with Mimi Leder set to direct for Focus Features and Participant Media. 144 more words

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What we've learned from Forces Of Destiny so far

The latest Star Wars micro-series Forces of Destiny has arrived, delighting fans of all ages with episodes from across the timeline focusing on the women of the saga. 888 more words


Movie Review: "Inferno"


OVERALL: Alright. No where near as good as the past two Dan Brown movies made by this crew.

POINTS: Tom Hanks. He’s just always good. 363 more words

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