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Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, and Private Practice, is one of the most powerful forces in television. And she doesn’t mince words when  something is bothering her.

Her latest beef? The Diversity Award that she and Scandal Executive Producer Betsy Beers were given at the Directors Guild of America Awards Saturday night in Los Angeles.

“When I heard I was getting a Diversity Award, I was really… Continue reading Shonda Rhimes on her DGA Diversity Award: ‘We’re a tiny bit p-ssed off that there has to be an award’

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Kris and Bruce Jenner’s relationship had deteriorated so much before the ultimate split that she says she didn’t even like listening to herself  fight with her hubby.

The matriarch of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians family hid their troubles for months, but now she says that since they are the type of couple that is just “better apart.”

“We’re great. He’s great and I’m great and we’re such… Continue reading Kris Jenner Declares Fights With Hubby Bruce Were So Bad ‘I Didn’t Like Me’

Need something to do while you recover from that Turkey Day coma? On this week’s Fancast movies podcast, our own Erik Davis and Sean O’Connell tell you which things they are and aren’t thankful for this year when it comes to movies. Also, the guys bring you up to date on everything they know about that controversial It’s a Wonderful Life sequel.

As always, thanks so much… Continue reading Listen: The Movie-Related Things We're Thankful for in 2013, Plus: An 'It's a Wonderful Life' Sequel?

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Confession: We watch a lot of TV. Which means we (like you) spend a lot of time yelling at the screen, “Where do I get that (fill in the blank?).” This week, there were more than a few

There’s more to creating a fake language (which in these cases, have become real) than just making up a bunch of words, as this enlightening video from John McWhorter points out. There has to be a grammar rule system, and in the cases of the best ConLangs, the messiness of linguistic evolution. 

McWhorter goes in depth to explain why these fictitious languages captivate audiences and add to the experience of the… Continue reading Watch: How Klingon, Elvish, and Other Fake Movie Languages Were Created