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Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth Interview with Katharine Kramer, Actress, Producer, Activist, and Daughter of Stanley Kramer. Katharine “Kat” Kramer is a member of Hollywood royalty, and a multi-award winning actress, singer, journalist, producer and humanitarian who is most definitely following in the groundbreaking footsteps of her father, the legendary director and producer, Stanley Kramer,
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By Howard Bloom On Wednesday, April 24th, the Senate passed a TikTok bill. And Joe Biden signed it into law. The new law says that ByteDance, the company that founded and owns TikTok, must sell TikTok to an American purchaser within nine months or TikTok will be banished from the Apple and Google app stores
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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for FBI Season 6 Episode 9 “Best Laid Plans.”] There’s nothing like a dangerous undercover case to convince an agent that a couple flying to a friend’s wedding together isn’t too much of a risk. Such is the case for Scola (John Boyd) on FBI. When the episode begins, Scola thinks
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‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ opens in theaters on April 19th. Photo Credit: Daniel Smith. Opening in theaters on Friday, April 19th, ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ represents the latest genre hop from Guy Ritchie, who has shown remarkable flexibility of late after starting his career with the cockney gangster likes of ‘Lock, Stock and
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A federal appeals court has overturned West Virginia’s transgender sports ban, the so-called Save Women’s Sports Act. The state’s attorney general will likely appeal the ruling, but the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a similar case from the same appeals court in early 2023. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed with an earlier
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Blake Griffin officially announced his retirement from basketball Tuesday morning, making a post on social media as he reflected on his 13-year career. Griffin posted on both Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter), where he expressed his gratitude for being able to play basketball at the highest level, while also thanking his family and agent who helped
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The Punisher is one of those comic book movies that came out in what some call a dark period for the genre, after Blade (1998) and X-Men (2000), but before we were “rescued” by Batman Begins (2005) and the start of the MCU with Iron Man (2008). These types of films were still going through
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June 1939: British naval sub HMS Thetis sinks in sea trials. Ninety-nine people die. August 1942: Allied forces raid the coastal town of Dieppe in German-occupied France. Thousands are killed, captured or wounded, in part because coastal scouting was minimal. September 1942: British-manned torpedoes attack German battleship Tirpitz. All crewmen are captured or killed. Catastrophes
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Katy Perry was so blown away by a performance on Monday’s (April 15) episode of American Idol that it caused her top to fall off. The wardrobe malfunction happened after hopeful Roman Collins delivered a jaw-dropping (and dress-dropping) performance of James Brown‘s “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World.” “That song broke my top off,” Perry
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(Left) Paul Walter Hauser in Netflix’s ‘Coba Kai’ season 5. (Right) Chris Farley in ‘Tommy Boy.’ Photo: Paramount Pictures. Preview: Paul Walter Hauser to is to play Chris Farley for a new biopic. Josh Gad is directing a movie based on a biography co-written by Farley’s brother. Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels will produce
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