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You’ll cry just as hard at Viola Davis’ Oscars speech as you did at ‘Fences’

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Watch out, Grammys — Viola Davis is coming for you.

All the best and worst looks on the Oscars 2017 red carpet

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Let’s be honest — we’re all just here to see what type of tiny bowtie Lion‘s Sunny Pawar selected for tonight’s red carpet (classic black, FYI).

Elsewhere on the carpet, the film industry’s A-list showed up in velvet, sequins and a surprising number of white tuxedos.

‘Pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli says he wasn’t hit in the face by dog poop

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UPDATED (4:19 p.m. ET): Updated with additional comment from Shkreli with regards to the substance thrown at him.


A scheduled joint appearance by nefarious pharma bro Martin Shkreli and Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos went sideways on Friday due to protests, during which Shkreli was hit in the face by something thrown by a protester.

‘Pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli pegged in the face by dog poop at protest

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A scheduled joint appearance by nefarious pharma bro Martin Shkreli and Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos went sideways on Friday due to protests, during which Shkreli got pegged in the face by dog poop.

Twitter made the best out of the embarrassing ‘Hidden Fences’ mistake

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Here’s a PSA we shouldn’t have needed: Hidden Figures and Fences are two separate movies. After the nonexistent “Hidden Fences” came up twice during Sunday’s Golden Globes, Twitter used it as the jumping off point for a series of glorious portmanteaus.

Please get out of Viola Davis’s way, Golden Globes attendees

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Listen, Viola Davis has an award for best supporting actress in a film drama to accept.

She doesn’t have time to maneuver around your chairs, so please, for the love of God, just move.

Exclusive: Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are a magnificent match in ‘Fences’ clip

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Already in early Oscar discussions, Viola Davis and Denzil Washington demonstrate their chemistry and charisma in a Mashable exclusive clip from the upcoming Fences.

They play Troy and Rose Maxson, a married couple living with Troy’s brother and two sons (one by Rose and one from a previous marriage). In this short scene, from the very beginning of the story, Troy describes meeting Rose for the first time, all those years ago.

Inside the game-changing ‘Exorcist’ twist you didn’t see coming

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At first glance, the TV iteration of The Exorcist seemed completely unconnected to the 1973 film that has terrified audiences for decades, but Friday’s episode of the Fox thriller revealed that the show isn’t a reimagining — it’s a sequel.

The final moments of episode 5, “Through My Most Grievous Fault,” dropped the bombshell that Geena Davis’ character, Angela Rance, is actually Regan MacNeil — the 12-year-old girl who was possessed in William Peter Blatty’s original novel and the…

Inside the game-changing ‘Exorcist’ twist you didn’t see coming

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At first glance, the TV iteration of The Exorcist seemed completely unconnected to the 1973 film that has terrified audiences for decades, but Friday’s episode of the Fox thriller revealed that the show isn’t a reimagining — it’s a sequel.

The final moments of episode 5, “Through My Most Grievous Fault,” dropped the bombshell that Geena Davis’ character, Angela Rance, is actually Regan MacNeil — the 12-year-old girl who was possessed in William Peter Blatty’s original novel and the…







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Inside the game-changing ‘Exorcist’ twist you didn’t see coming

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At first glance, the TV iteration of The Exorcist seemed completely unconnected to the 1973 film that has terrified audiences for decades, but Friday’s episode of the Fox thriller revealed that the show isn’t a reimagining — it’s a sequel.

The final moments of episode 5, “Through My Most Grievous Fault,” dropped the bombshell that Geena Davis’ character, Angela Rance, is actually Regan MacNeil — the 12-year-old girl who was possessed in William Peter Blatty’s original novel and the…







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