All the Money in the World pay gap reports spark new Hollywood inequality row

January 12, 2018

Claims Michelle Williams paid $1,000 for reshoots after Kevin Spacey was replaced, but Mark Wahlberg supposedly went $1.5 m Mark Wahlberg was paid $1.5 m( PS1. 1m) for the reshoot of Ridley Scott’s film All the Money in the World while his co-star Michelle Williams was paid $80 a daylight- a total of less than $1,000- according to reports. Scott’s thriller, about the 1973 kidnap of Paul Getty, was only…

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Moody Blues singer Ray Thomas dies at 76

January 11, 2018

The musician, who frisked the flute solo on one of the bands biggest hit, Darkness in White Satin, suffering from prostate cancer The Moody Blues ace Ray Thomas has died at persons under the age of 76. The flautist and vocalist died abruptly on Thursday, his register name said. Cherry Red Records and Esoteric Recordings said in a statement:” We are deeply sickened by his elapse and will miss his…

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Golden Globes Take on Sex Harassment as Award Season Picks Up

January 11, 2018

Hollywood’s leading females took the fight against sexual abuse to national Tv, squandering the annual Golden Globe Awards to voice show solidarity with peers who have duelled the cinema and TV industry’s assigning couch mentality and press for change. The ceremony by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, carried on NBC and hosted by late night personality Seth Meyers, is a prelude to the Academy Awards and a revelry of both…

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A teacher asked a great question about superintendent pay. Then, all hell broke loose.

January 11, 2018

Why should a superintendent get a heighten while teachers in the same quarter struggling to make ends meet assure their paychecks flatline — year after year after year ? Teacher Deyshia Hargrave entreat the question. Minutes later, she was handcuffed and placed in the backseat of a polouse auto . The scene was captured below by YouTube user Chris Rosa, who attended a board converge for Vermilion Parish Schools in…

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Oprah’s powerful Golden Globes speech brings the nation to a standing ovation.

January 10, 2018

Of the many highlights of this year’s Golden Globes, it was Oprah Winfrey’s Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech that will have people talking for years to come. Greeted with a standing ovation, Winfrey opened her communication with an fable about Sidney Poitier’s path to a 1964 Oscar win and 1982 Cecil B. DeMille Award victory. As she washed on theatre, becoming the first black dame to win that same…

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What other TV shows can learn from the creators of ‘This Is Us’ and ‘The Good Place.’

January 10, 2018

On the NBC thumped slapstick, “The Good Place, “ Manny Jacinto plays, well, a cute idiot. The show follows groupings of strangers brought closer in the blis. Jacinto’s character, Jason Mendoza, is always a bit behind on the group’s rapidly altering designs. But the aspiring DJ and Jacksonville Jaguars fan with a soothing spirit is often the heart of this charming slapstick. But while the hapless nitwit is a pretty…

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21 intimate portraits of rare, endangered, and disappearing animals.

January 8, 2018

Nature detects different when you can actually gaze it in the eyes. For more than two years, photographer Tim Flach has been captivating personas of rare, warned, and endangered animals. Many of Flach’s photos were purposefully enclose to resemble photographs of humans, focusing in on the animals’ faces. The gist is disturbing — there’s a great deal of great sort photography out there, but participating an eagle from a distance…

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Master of None’s Lena Waithe: ‘If you come from a poor background, TV becomes what you dream about’

January 7, 2018

The Emmy-winning star of Master of None is one of the most sought after brand-new spokespeople in Hollywood. Ahead of her new US drama The Chi, she talks about growing up queer in Chicago and why Tv is aspirational for pitch-black America This year’s Emmy Awards encountered a new wave of TV producers disintegrate the annual defendant. The Handmaid’s Tale committed Hulu an unexpected make, brand-new endowment such as Donald…

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This U.S. men’s hockey star is set to make Olympic history.

January 7, 2018

In the 98 times that hockey has been an Olympic sport , no black player had never been appointed to a Team USA roster — until now. 20-year-old Jordan Greenway is poised to constitute autobiography when he takes the ice at next month’s Winter Olympics. The Boston University forward was officially identified to the team’s roster earlier the coming week, and since then, he has spotted himself the center of…

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Ridley Scott on erasing Kevin Spacey from his new film: ‘He’s a very good actor. It’s a pity’

January 7, 2018

All the Money in the World was in the can and kind of excellent when its stellar became toxic. The head consumed no time recasting the capacity, but not inevitably for moral reasons … Kevin Spacey had become radioactive just as their movie, All the Money in the World, was gearing up for release. “Eeeeeeeh,” the superintendent sorrows at the storage.” You get that bad, deep, gut feeling: oh shit…

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