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Julianna Margulies exits ‘The Morning Show’ after playing Reese Witherspoon’s love interest: report - nypost.com - Israel
nypost.com
11.06.2024 / 16:37

Julianna Margulies exits ‘The Morning Show’ after playing Reese Witherspoon’s love interest: report

Apple TV+ series for Season 4, Variety reported on Monday. While Margulies, 58, made controversial comments last year about the Israel-Hamas war, sources said that the decision over her exit “was made before the controversy.”The Emmy winner reportedly turned down appearing in one episode of Season 4, although she’s “been asked” about coming back for a potential fifth season.The Post has reached out to Margulies’ rep for comment.Margulies joined “The Morning Show” in Season 2 as news anchor Laura Peterson. Laura becomes the on-again, off-again love interest of Reese Witherspoon’s Bradley Jackson.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Level-Headed Take On Political Correctness Is The Perfect Response To Jerry Seinfeld's Whining - www.glamour.com
glamour.com
10.06.2024 / 18:27

Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Level-Headed Take On Political Correctness Is The Perfect Response To Jerry Seinfeld's Whining

and Seinfeld co-starred on the massively popular sitcom Seinfeld, and since the show ended, she's gone on to be one of the biggest stars on TV, while he has…well, he made a couple movies and he does stand-up and he's obviously rich and successful, but he's nowhere close to as relevant as he was. So maybe it makes sense that they have very different perspectives on modern comedy.“If you look back on comedy and drama both, let’s say 30 years ago, through the lens of today, you might find bits and pieces that don’t age well.

Julia Louis-Dreyfuss Says It’s “A Red Flag” When Comedians Complain About Political Correctness - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
10.06.2024 / 15:07

Julia Louis-Dreyfuss Says It’s “A Red Flag” When Comedians Complain About Political Correctness

When you look at comedians who complain that political correctness is ruining comedy, it’s typically said by older white men. They just believe that comedy is dying because you can’t knowingly offend people.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus slams Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘red flag’ comments on comedy - nypost.com - New York - New York
nypost.com
10.06.2024 / 14:43

Julia Louis-Dreyfus slams Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘red flag’ comments on comedy

political correctness and how it has affected comedy.“This is the result of the extreme left, and PC crap, and people worrying so much about offending other people,” Seinfeld, 70, said in April to The New Yorker about the deterioration of TV comedy.But Louis-Dreyfus, 63, disagreed with his take and said that political correctness is “fantastic.”“If you look back on comedy and drama both, let’s say 30 years ago, through the lens of today, you might find bits and pieces that don’t age well,” she told the New York Times in an interview published Saturday.“And I think to have an antenna about sensitivities is not a bad thing. It doesn’t mean that all comedy goes out the window as a result.”The “Veep” star continued: “When I hear people starting to complain about political correctness — and I understand why people might push back on it — but to me that’s a red flag, because it sometimes means something else.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise you can buy online and how much it costs - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Ireland - Dublin
ok.co.uk
10.06.2024 / 13:13

Taylor Swift Eras Tour merchandise you can buy online and how much it costs

Taylor Swift is all set to continue the UK and Ireland leg of her Eras Tour this week, after performing sell-out shows in Edinburgh over the weekend.The 'Karma' singer is heading to Liverpool's Anfield Stadium later this week, with three shows (June 13 - 15). Swifties are prepping for the upcoming gigs in Liverpool, London, Cardiff and Dublin by snapping up Eras Tour merchandise as keepsakes to remember the concerts.The star has a number of merchandise stands available at each venue - but there's actually an easier way to buy merch, and you won't even have to stand in undoubtedly huge queues to get it.

'I'm a nutritionist and I say you CAN eat bread and pasta' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
10.06.2024 / 13:09

'I'm a nutritionist and I say you CAN eat bread and pasta'

A nutritionist has explained four types of food we should all be trying to eat more of to boost our heart health. Jenny Wise says we should be adding more of some types of food to our diet as the country marks British Heart Week (June 7-15).

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says political correctness in comedy “is not a bad thing” - www.nme.com - New York
nme.com
10.06.2024 / 11:01

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says political correctness in comedy “is not a bad thing”

Seinfeld star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has shared her thoughts on political correctness in comedy.Speaking to The New York Times, the actor addressed the current debate about sensitivity in comedy towards some subjects.When asked to respond to former co-star Jerry Seinfeld’s comments about political correctness, Louis-Dreyfus gave a somewhat contrasting view.“It doesn’t mean that all comedy goes out the window as a result,” she said. “When I hear people starting to complain about political correctness — and I understand why people might push back on it — to me that’s a red flag, because it sometimes means something else.”She continued: “I believe being aware of certain sensitivities is not a bad thing.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Her ‘Cuckoo Bananas’ New Film ‘Tuesday,’ Why ‘Seinfeld’ Finale Backlash Never Bothered Her and Why a ‘Veep’ Revival Is ‘Doubtful’ - variety.com - New York - Kenya
variety.com
08.06.2024 / 18:59

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Her ‘Cuckoo Bananas’ New Film ‘Tuesday,’ Why ‘Seinfeld’ Finale Backlash Never Bothered Her and Why a ‘Veep’ Revival Is ‘Doubtful’

Ethan Shanfeld Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ career has been defined by Hall of Fame sitcom roles in “Seinfeld” and “Veep” (not to mention her Emmy-winning turn in “The New Adventures of Old Christine”). But in her years since dominating the small screen, she’s gravitated toward a diverse array of film projects. She played an oblivious Brentwood mom in Kenya Barris’ race relations comedy “You People,” a writer betrayed by her husband in Nicole Holofcener’s Sundance dramedy “You Hurt My Feelings” and the conniving CIA director in a handful of Marvel projects, including the upcoming “Thunderbolts.” But perhaps her boldest project to date is A24’s “Tuesday,” the debut film from writer-director Daina O.

Kneecap explain their decision to play The Great Escape over boycott: “You can’t de-platform yourself” - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Ireland - Israel - Palestine - county Camp
nme.com
07.06.2024 / 21:47

Kneecap explain their decision to play The Great Escape over boycott: “You can’t de-platform yourself”

Kneecap have discussed their reasons for not participating in the boycott of The Great Escape last month.Over 100 artists pulled out of the Brighton festival over its sponsorship by Barclays, which has been accused of financial ties to companies arming Israel. However, the bank claims it is “trading in shares of listed companies in response to client instruction or demand”.The Irish rap trio’s decision was caused some controversy online given that they have always taken a stand against what they call Israel’s “occupation and genocide” of Gaza.They helped to raise nearly £100,000 for a volunteer gym in the Aida Refugee Camp in Palestine and spoken publicly about it via social media and a message shared after a high-profile appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. They have also made headlines for ignoring Irish public broadcaster RTÉ’s requests to not wear pro-Palestine badges.Kneecap did participate in the boycott of SXSW (after the UK government withdrew arts funding to get them to get there; resulting in a legal battle) after discovering the US military was supporting the festival.

‘Tuesday’ Review: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Takes on Death Itself – as a Terrifying 10-Foot Macaw – in Eccentric A24 Offering - variety.com - USA - Croatia
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 13:39

‘Tuesday’ Review: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Takes on Death Itself – as a Terrifying 10-Foot Macaw – in Eccentric A24 Offering

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Death takes the most unexpected of forms in “Tuesday,” a sui generis debut from Croatian director Daina O. Pusić. Her strikingly original, if occasionally counterintuitive film brings the central idea of Ingmar Bergman’s “The Seventh Seal” into the modern era — trying to stall Death, if only for a matter of hours — anchored by a committed performance from a curiously miscast Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

‘Just for Us’ Comedian Alex Edelman Talks HBO Special, White Nationalists and Why His Sexuality Journey Could Be Focus of Future Show - variety.com - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - New York - county Queens - Boston - city York
variety.com
06.06.2024 / 22:57

‘Just for Us’ Comedian Alex Edelman Talks HBO Special, White Nationalists and Why His Sexuality Journey Could Be Focus of Future Show

Marc Malkin Senior Editor, Culture and Events It’s an early Friday morning in May and comedian Alex Edelman is on a Zoom video call from a Los Angeles hotel. He has a bit of a bed head and says that he had to borrow the socks he is wearing, a detail he shares when I tell him I’m nervous about our interview because he’s a really “smart comic.” “That is so nice but.. I’m not a smart comic.

This is the most hackable pop-culture password you can have, according to a study - www.nme.com
nme.com
04.06.2024 / 15:19

This is the most hackable pop-culture password you can have, according to a study

Superman, with the iconic DC superhero showing up in 584,697 data breaches, while rock band Blink-182 scored second place, appearing in 482,244 breaches.Fellow DC hero Batman takes third place, while George Lucas’ mega franchise Star Wars was the fourth most-used pop-culture reference in breached passwords.Rappers Eminem and 50 Cent appear next, before heavy metal legends Metallica and Slipknot in seventh and eighth place respectively.Marvel doesn’t make an appearance until ninth place, with Spider-Man just making it into the top ten most dangerous pop-culture passwords, followed by video game Minecraft.Speaking on the ability to hack these passwords, Mailsuite said (via Forbes): “Unfortunately, hackers are all too aware of humanity’s reliance on unsafe password practices”.They explained how the habit of repeating passwords can make it easier for a hacker to access all your online accounts: “One in four people reuse the same password across more than eleven sites and apps, meaning a hacker gaining access to one account can quickly gain access to the rest in a domino effect.”A number of Hollywood stars’ names were also found in password breaches, with Zac Efron being the most commonly used, followed by Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp.Next on the list is Emma Watson as the only female appearing in the top ten list of actors’ names used, with Al Pacino following in fifth place.Mailsuite advises users to avoid personalising their passwords.

Michael Stuhlbarg Joins Julia Roberts In Luca Guadagnino’s ‘After The Hunt’ - deadline.com - county Roberts - city Fargo
deadline.com
03.06.2024 / 17:03

Michael Stuhlbarg Joins Julia Roberts In Luca Guadagnino’s ‘After The Hunt’

EXCLUSIVE: Oscar-nominee Michael Stuhlbarg is set to join Amazon MGM Studios’ upcoming feature After the Hunt, which will be released in theaters next year. The film stars Julia Roberts, Ayo Ederbi and Andrew garfield. Luca Guadagnino is directing the film from a script penned by Nora Garrett. Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer and Allan Mandelbaum are producing alongside Guadagnino via his Frenesy banner. Imagine Entertainment’s Karen Lunder will executive produce alongside Nora Garrett. The film is targeting a summer start-of-production.

Crowded House’s Neil Finn on How a Stint With Fleetwood Mac Led to Revitalizing His Own Band: ‘I Realized That We Had a Flag That You Can Follow’ - variety.com
variety.com
01.06.2024 / 00:57

Crowded House’s Neil Finn on How a Stint With Fleetwood Mac Led to Revitalizing His Own Band: ‘I Realized That We Had a Flag That You Can Follow’

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic The void that Crowded House left in the periods of time that the group disbanded a couple of times over the years didn’t exactly get filled in by a lot of other bands with equal facilities for melody, mystery and tightness. Frontman Neil Finn didn’t give up his gift for those things when he was making solo or duo projects in the band’s dormant periods, but something about the Crowded House banner — as well as the constituency of the band itself — lends a focus that leads fans to expect, and get, something so strong.

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