One of many movies based on a true story with recognizable characters out this fall, Truth has just come out with a new trailer following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Here’s what you need to know about the Oscar contender.
It’s about the downfall of a very famous man
11 years ago, popular news anchor Dan Rather became disgraced… Continue reading 'Truth' Trailer: See Robert Redford's Portrayal of News Man Dan Rather
Both Aaron Sorkin and a writer from The Newsroom have given their takes on the controversial campus rape plot from the show’s Dec. 7 episode, “Oh Shenandoah.” Now one of the stars of the show, Olivia Munn, has given her perspective while speaking with EW.
Appearing on EW Morning Live, Munn spoke about the reaction to the “Shenandoah” plot line, as well as her own take on the story.
Munn’s character, Sloan Sabbith, is in… Continue reading Olivia Munn defends Aaron Sorkin’s portrayal of campus rape plot on ‘The Newsroom’
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Accused wife murderer Drew Peterson watched an advance copy of the TV movie about his life and, according to his lawyer, had one response to Rob Lowe’s portrayal of him: “Hysterical,” reports The Chicago Tribune.
The movie, Drew Peterson: Untouchable, aired Saturday night on Lifetime.
It tells the story of the former Chicago area police sergeant, 58, who is accused of killing third wife, Kathleen Savio… Continue reading Drew Peterson Calls Rob Lowe's Portrayal Of Him In TV Movie 'Hysterical'
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A TLC reality show offering a positive portrayal of Muslim life has come under protest and at least one advertiser has pulled its support.
Hardware store giant Lowe’s has yanked ads from the series after the Florida Family Association encouraged members to email the program’s advertisers.
“The show profiles only Muslims that appear to be ordinary folks while excluding many Islamic believers… Continue reading Lowe’s pulls ads from ‘All-American Muslim’ after ‘ordinary’ portrayal protested
Review in a Hurry: If you were to take From Paris with Love seriously, it’d be easy to be offended by its portrayal of women, minorities, Muslims, Asians, and anyone who isn’t a big, loud…