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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Every ‘Legion’ Character Ranked, From Least to Most Likely Imaginary (Photos)

The life of David Haller, AKA “Legion,” is a confusing one. He’s never sure what’s real and what isn’t. That goes for events as well as people. David’s a completely unreliable narrator, not because he wants to be, but because he can’t help it. Since we still don’t know what to trust about David’s perception of “Legion,” we gathered the evidence. Here’s you’re complete list of everyone in “Legion” to help determine who’s probably only in his head. Spoilers! 47. Baby David Cute kid, generally amiable seeming, and also just a baby so probably real. Quick baby judgment: 8/10. 46….

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Katt Williams Sued by Woman Claiming He Was a Cheap, Violent Boss

Katt Williams was a violent, cheap boss who once held her captive in a hotel room … so claims a former assistant and she’s now suing him. Yadira Torres says she’s the woman the comedian punched back in July 2016 at Sportsmen’s Lodge… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Feds Want to Root Out Moles On El Chapo's Legal Team

El Chapo could compromise hundreds, possibly thousands of federal drug investigations with a well-placed mole on his legal team … that’s the fear of federal officials. We’ve learned Chapo’s legal team will become privy to thousands of sensitive… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Chuck Barris, ‘Gong Show’ Host, Dies at 87

Chuck Barris, the beloved host of the zany 1970s amateur talent competition TV series “The Gong Show,” died Tuesday. He was 87. Along with producing “The Dating Game” and “The Newlywed Game,” Barris also wrote a hit autobiography titled “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” which went on to become a 2002 movie directed by George Clooney starring Sam Rockwell. He died of natural causes in his home in Palisades, New York, according to a statement from his family to TheWrap. Also Read: Chuck Berry, Rock 'n' Roll Legend Known for Classics Like 'Johnny B. Goode,' Dies at 90 The energetic host was…

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Scalia Was No Fan Of Voting Rights. Will Gorsuch Follow His Lead?

As Judge Neil Gorsuch faces his confirmation hearings to be the next Supreme Court Justice, the Trump White House and Republican Senators continue to say that he is a strong conservative in the mold of Justice Antonin Scalia, who he would replace. If Judge Gorsuch’s views on the constitutional right to vote are the same as Justice Scalia’s, however, there is great cause for concern. The right to vote is the most important and fundamental right we enjoy. It provides the foundation for our democracy. Yet Justice Scalia’s rulings were extremely restrictive when it came to voting rights. For instance,…

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Jaime Pressly Gun Stolen in Break-In

Jaime Pressly lost more than $30k in jewelry when burglars broke into her home over the weekend … we’ve learned they also made off with a .38 caliber revolver. The gun raises the stakes in the latest celebrity break-in. The burglars, who entered… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Why Twitter is Upset That Lewis Tan Wasn’t Picked to Play ‘Iron Fist’

The discussion of Asian representation in film and television has been reignited this week following the less-than-well received premiere of Marvel’s “Iron Fist” and the news that Marvel almost went in a different direction, casting-wise. After a months-long search, “Game of Thrones” vet Finn Jones landed the role of Danny Rand/the Immortal Iron Fist on Marvel’s Netflix series, which premiered last week. But prior to the announcement that Jones would play the lead — and concurrent with the controversy that Tilda Swinton had been cast as the Ancient One, originally an Asian character, in “Doctor Strange” — a very public effort…

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Monday, March 20, 2017

‘Power Rangers’ Review: TV Teen Superhero Reboot Musters Some Spark

“Power Rangers” is baloney through and through, but as baloney goes, it’s better than you might expect. It packs enough zing to make you forgive the origin-story clichés. And the predictable save-the-world stuff. And the insanely ubiquitous product placement. (Seriously, whatever Krispy Kreme paid to be an actual plot point in this movie, they got their money’s worth.) The latest American version of the Japanese show “Super Sentai” — there have been two previous movies, as well as something like 20 TV series — reboots the by-now familiar tale of five teenagers who discover colored coins that imbue them with…

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Ezekiel Elliott, Yacht Party Searched by Coast Guard (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

5:15 PM PT — Elliott’s attorney tells TMZ Sports the Coast Guard boarded the yacht to make sure there were enough life jackets onboard. He says no citations were issued, and the party continued. Ezekiel Elliott had his good time temporarily ruined… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

The Deadly War On Drugs, Waged By Your Local SWAT Team

The New York Times recently delivered an extraordinary investigative journalism report depicting how our country’s continued romance with waging war on drugs has taken on a local and chilling nature. The “War on Drugs” in this country dates back a long time, but was popularized by Richard Nixon, and then amplified by Ronald Reagan. The utter failure for decades of border interdiction and crop eradication coupled with alienating neighborhoods with ‘buy and bust’ tactics (which have had no more of a momentary effect and have led to more juveniles being ‘employed’ in drug dealing to elude jail sentences) has had…

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