Month: June 2022

Given the passing of former castmate and close friend Bob Saget earlier this year, Coulier feels his bond with the Full House family has especially strengthened because “we realize how precious life is and how quickly this clock is ticking.” In fact, the actor noted, it was “wonderful” to reconnect with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen—who were the only stars from Full House‘s lineup to not appear in its sequel Fuller
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Skip Bayless just can’t stop talking about Russell Westbrook. The FS1 host was highly vocal about the Lakers during the 2021-22 NBA season. He blamed Westbrook, LeBron James and Anthony Davis for the team’s collective failings. And although some of his criticism was warranted, Bayless’ comments always seem to straddle the line between fair and
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Certain shows are synonymous with specific characters and actors. It’s almost to the point that it’s hard to imagine those shows without the characters that made them. Until one day, you have to imagine it when an actor decides it’s time to move onward and leave that particular role behind. From Grey’s Anatomy to The
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Taylor Swift & More Celebrities React After Roe v. Wade Decision Companies are reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe V. Wade, which protected a person’s constitutional right to have an abortion. According to The Hollywood Reporter, brands including Disney, Netflix, Comcast, Paramount, Warner Bros, Discovery, Sony, WME, CAA and UTA are assuring employees
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Since its premiere on May 5, Paramount+’s Star Trek: Strange New Worlds‘ inaugural season has successfully delivered on the promise made by Star Trek: Discovery Season 2‘s introduction of a pre-Kirk USS Enterprise. Of the crew led by Anson Mount’s Captain Christopher Pike, helmsman Lieutenant Erica Ortegas has quickly become a fan favorite with her
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Megan Rapinoe spoke without interruption for 9 minutes, 32 seconds Friday on the subject of the Supreme Court’s demolition of the Roe v. Wade decision, pausing occasionally to fight back tears and more often fighting through them to continue making her point. “I wish that we could just talk about soccer today,” Rapinoe told reporters.
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In 1973 the United States Supreme Court made a ruling that protected abortion as a constitutional right in America. The landmark case, known as Roe v. Wade, was brought to the country’s highest court after Norma McCorvey challenged a law in Texas that prevented her from choosing whether or not to go through with the
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Shoshannah Stern is developing Disquiet, a drama thriller series about a Certified Deaf Interpreter, for AMC. The series follows Cassie Edwards, a Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI), who is called back home to assist in a case involving the mysterious death of the former head of the school for the Deaf she herself attended. A former
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