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Zoë Kravitz regrets Will Smith slap comment
After Will Smith famously slapped Chris Rock during this year's Academy Awards ceremony, Zoë Kravitz posted red carpet photos of herself at the event on social media.
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'She-Hulk' is big and colorful, but the Marvel comedy is too weak to be a smash
Proving "Moon Knight" wasn't a fluke as Marvel-sized disappointments go, "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" is big, bright, colorful, and also too goofy for its own good. Trying to bend the mold is fine in theory, but the mix of sitcom-style tropes and gamma-irradiated powers yields a series that's too weak to smash much of anything.
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Florence Pugh confirms split with Zach Braff
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff have been used to the attention on their relationship, which they quietly ended earlier this year, according to Pugh.
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How the team behind Netflix's 'Untold' reframed the Manti Te'o girlfriend hoax
Manti Te'o used to be revered.
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Viola Davis to star in 'Hunger Games' prequel
Viola Davis has been cast as a villain in "The Hunger Games" prequel, "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes."
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Bryce Dallas Howard says she was paid less than Chris Pratt for 'Jurassic World' films
In case you were convinced otherwise, Bryce Dallas Howard reports that the gender pay gap is not extinct.
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Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather, who refused an Oscar on Marlon Brando's behalf
Sacheen Littlefeather had only 60 seconds to speak at the 1973 Academy Awards. In her brief speech, she refused the Oscar for best actor on behalf of Marlon Brando, faced a mixture of loud boos and cheers, and defended the rights of Native Americans on national TV.
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'Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers' plays too much like a licensed product
If 2020 basketball nostalgia belonged to the Chicago Bulls, the Los Angeles Lakers have owned 2022 with HBO's "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," "They Call Me Magic" and now "Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers," a 10-part docuseries premiering on Hulu. Yet despite the opportunity to set the record straight, this exhaustive production puts too much emphasis on bench players -- or really, the front office -- at the expense of its all-stars.
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