Lily Tomlin arrested in D.C. during climate change protest led by costar Jane Fonda

Following in the footsteps of her Grace and Frankie costars, Lily Tomlin is the latest to get arrested outside the Capitol during climate change protests led by her Netflix series counterpart, Jane Fonda. The arrest, which can be seen below, happened Friday during the 12th week of climate protests organized by Fonda. Tomlin was among […]

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Lee Mendelson, Producer of ‘Peanuts’ and ‘Garfield’ TV Specials, Dies at 86

Lee Mendelson, who produced several “Peanuts” and “Garfield” television specials, died at his home in Hillsborough, Calif. on Christmas Day after a battle with lung cancer, according to Palo Alto’s Daily Post. Meldson is also known for writing the lyrics to “Christmastime Is Here” from the 1965 TV special “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” The producer […]

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The tip of a man’s penis turned black after his partner bit it, causing a quarter-sized piece of tissue to die

A man wound up in the emergency room and needed antibiotics after his partner accidentally bit the tip of his penis and caused 3 centimeters of it to die and turn black, according to a recent case study in the Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine. Doctors gave the man antibiotics through an IV and in […]

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Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow, Eternals, Mulan top survey of most anticipated 2020 movies

Now that 2020 is only days away, it’s time to start planning out what movies you’re most excited to see in the new year. Luckily Fandango is here to assist with its annual moviegoer survey to reveal which 2020 film are the most anticipated, and this year’s list is making history. For the first time […]

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Quentin Tarantino to Receive Director of the Year Award from Palm Springs Film Festival (Exclusive)

Quentin Tarantino will receive the Director of the Year award from the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s 2020 Awards Gala, PSIFF organizers announced on Friday. Tarantino is being honored for “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood,” his ninth feature film, which has also landed him directing nominations at the Golden Globes and the Critics’ […]

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Female-Led Blockbusters ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ and ‘Black Widow’ Top 2020 Fandango Poll of Most Anticipated Movies

Four films directed by and led by women, “Wonder Woman 1984,” “Black Widow,” “Eternals” and “Mulan,” were ranked as the most highly anticipated movies of 2020, according to a poll conducted by the ticketing service Fandango. Fandango surveyed 2,000 millennials who used the site during the final weeks of December for their choices of the […]

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How Kevin Garnett became the secret weapon of Uncut Gems

“Anything is possible.” Those famous words from NBA legend Kevin Garnett after his team won the 2008 championship could also serve as the unofficial motto of Uncut Gems. Directors Benny and Josh Safdie’s 10-year mission to cast Adam Sandler in the lead role finally succeeded; Sandler took a break from critically demolished comedies to turn […]

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I visited the Tower of London, the most popular attraction in the UK, and I couldn’t believe people actually live there

Situated along the Thames in central London, the Tower of London is the most booked attraction in the UK, according to newly released data from TripAdvisor. A former prison and the site of numerous executions during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, it’s also where the British royal family’s Crown Jewels are stored. Having only recently […]

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I went to Miss America for the first time, and the show felt like a cross between ‘American Idol’ and a job interview

I went to Miss America for the first time ever, and found the competition to be a cross between a reality show and a job interview. The rebranded Miss America 2.0 was held at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut, on Thursday night. I loved seeing the families’ covered in gear celebrating […]

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