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In a very competitive situation. Blumhouse has won the screen rights to a Dec. 13 New York Times story which chronicled one desperate mother’s revenge spree in Mexico, when she avenged her daughter’s murder by taking on the drug cartels and tracking down the perpetrators by herself. She saw ten of them apprehended by police
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Moulin Rouge! The Musical will kick off its North American tour in February 2022, two years after the originally scheduled opening date that was knocked out by the Covid-19 pandemic. Producers are now targeting Feb. 26, 2022, for the start of performances at Chicago’s James M. Nederlander Theatre. Opening night will be March 11, 2022,
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Alicia Keys may have famously ditched wearing makeup back in 2016, declaring “I realised I became addicted to it; I didn’t feel comfortable without it.” Yet for her GLAMOUR A/W20 cover shoot, she was ready and willing to step back into the makeup chair. And boy are we glad she did, serving up three epic
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As an autistic person, I’ve seen first-hand how the willful misunderstanding and manipulation of an autism diagnosis negatively impacts our community I was diagnosed with autism at 27. There are a number of complex and intersecting reasons why it took so long, but the short version is that I didn’t fit any of the stereotypes
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We didn’t see ourselves spending the run-up to Christmas baking treats for absolutely no-one at all, but this is where we find ourselves at the close of 2020. Honestly, it felt like we had peaked when the nation became total pros at baking banana bread at the height of the pandemic, because despite being unable
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That distinction matters. Here’s why When Marc Lépine walked into Montreal’s École Polytechnique on December 6, 1989, he was there to kill feminists. He was very specific about this, both in the manifesto he wrote and the things he said as he rampaged through the school. “You’re all a bunch of feminists. I hate feminists,”
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Across Canada, farmers have been gathering outside consulates in cities like Toronto and Vancouver in support of their counterparts in India, who have been protesting a series of agricultural laws implemented by the Indian government in September of this year. The marches in India, from the Punjab region of the country towards New Delhi, began
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Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) has proposed a reform to the existing Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) with a newly released draft of legislation called the Digital Copyright Act of 2021 (DCA). Calling the DMCA “antiquated” and “past-due for modernization,” the senator’s newly proposed legislation would involve an overhaul of the Copyright Office as it exists
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Check out the new The Magicians Season 1 Episode 9 Clip starring Jason Ralph! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Learn more about this show on Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/the_magicians/s03/e09?cmp=RTTV_YouTube_Desc US Air Date: Mar 7, 2018 Starring: Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve, Olivia Taylor Dudley Network: SyFy Synopsis: Quentin, Kady and Alice
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Ever since Jimmy McGill’s better half, attorney Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) got a in car accident in season 3, episode 9 of Better Call Saul, we haven’t been able to shake off that a gloomy fate is in store for her, even though she’s usually the moral compass on the Breaking Bad spinoff. At a recent virtual screening
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EXCLUSIVE: Actor, director and producer Danny A. Abeckaser has signed with APA. He most recently was cast opposite Harvey Keitel, Abbie Cornish and Tom Arnold in Unto The Sun. His other recent credits include opposite David Arquette in Mob Town, which he also directed and produced, and he also appeared in The Irishman. He has also
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The new eight-acre Manhattan West mixed-use development complex in New York City will add a 10,000-square-foot entertainment and restaurant space in 2021, including an intimate, 160-seat theater with programming developed in part by Broadway producers Sue Wagner and John Johnson. Wagner and Johnson’s Broadway credits include To Kill a Mockingbird, The Waverly Gallery, Hillary and
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