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Watch a Full Trailer for Atlanta Season 2, “Robbin’ Season”

The first season of the Donald Glover-helmed FX series Atlanta won Emmys for acting and directing, as well as a Golden Globe for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy. The acclaimed show is back for its second chapter, entitled “Robbin’ Season,” on March 1. Today, FX posted a full-length official trailer, following a teaser premiered early last month. The new clip features… Read More »

Trump’s Budget Once Again Proposes Eliminating National Endowment for the Arts Funding

For the second consecutive year, President Trump’s proposed budget seeks to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities so that they “begin shutting down” permanently. As of now, both agencies have budgets of around $150 million, but if Trump’s proposal passes, the NEA’s funding will be reduced to $29 million, while… Read More »

Dylan Farrow Blasts N.Y. Times Columnist for Questioning Woody Allen Claims

Dylan Farrow responded to New York Times columnist Bret Stephens for his op-ed piece, entitled “The Smearing of Woody Allen,” on Friday that claimed Farrow’s allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of adoptive father Woody Allen should be treated with “added skepticism” while citing an investigation into Allen from the time that found “inconsistencies in Dylan’s statements.” On Saturday morning, Farrow… Read More »

LAPD Submits Three Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Cases to District Attorney

Los Angeles police submitted three sexual assault cases against Harvey Weinstein to the L.A. County District Attorney’s office, D.A. spokesman Greg Risling confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. All three cases are now “under review,” he said. Last month, Beverly Hills police submitted two cases against Weinstein for the D.A. to review. The Weinstein scandal rocked Hollywood after Oct.… Read More »

The White House Can’t Decide If Domestic Abuser Rob Porter Resigned or Was Fired

White House Deputy press secretary Raj Shah had the unenviable task of answering for the Trump administration’s response to domestic violence accusations against staff secretary Rob Porter during Thursday’s press briefing. In addition to the difficult time Shah had nailing down a consistent narrative regarding what senior White House staffers knew about the abuse allegations and when, he also… Read More »

Richard Pryor’s Widow Confirms Her Husband Had Sex With Marlon Brando

This morning, Vulture published an instant-classic interview with Quincy Jones, in which the legendary music producer ragged on the Beatles and Michael Jackson, claimed inside knowledge about JFK’s killer, and called Harvey Weinstein a “jive motherfucker.” The talk’s most colorful moment had to do with the sexual habits of Marlon Brando, whom Jones asserts would “fuck a mailbox.” According to Jones, Brando—who… Read More »

Nine Women Accuse Former Halle Berry Manager of Sexual Misconduct Targeting Actresses of Color

Vincent Cirrincione, a Hollywood manager who has represented actors like Halle Berry and Taraji P. Henson, has been accused of sexual misconduct by nine women, Washington Post reports. According to the women interviewed by the Post, Cirrincione leveraged the fact that women of color are underrepresented in television and film roles to prey on them, suggesting he could make them… Read More »

Is This News?: Left Shark Enters Life’s Second Act

In 2015, a phenom known as Left Shark danced ever so briefly into America’s hearts during Katy Perry’s performance at the Super Bowl. The seven-foot-tall mascot became endeared to the American public when he tried to keep up with his more rhythmically gifted Right Shark counterpart, flailing his fins as though they’d been injected with novocaine. It was, perhaps, the most… Read More »

Unsealed Documents Name Second Person of Interest in Las Vegas Shooting

Newly unsealed police documents have identified a second person of interest from the October 1, 2017 mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas, according to multiple reports. At a news conference January 20, authorities said that although shooter Stephen Paddock acted alone, the FBI was investigating a second person who could yet face charges not directly connected to the… Read More »