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Gal Gadot Gets Backlash for Comments on Israel-Palestine Violence

Gal Gadot waded into the topic of the current wave of Israel-Palestine violence and, not surprisingly, is receiving some backlash online. The Israel-born Wonder Woman star was trending on…

Chrissy Teigen Apologizes to Courtney Stodden for Social Media Bullying

Chrissy Teigen has publicly apologized to Courtney Stodden after being accused of bullying them a decade ago, including telling Stodden to take their own life. Stodden, 26, recently called…

‘Baghdad Central’ Star Maisa Abd Elhadi Injured By Israeli Forces During Protest

Palestinian actress Maisa Abd Elhadi — who starred in Hulu’s Baghdad Central and last year’s Venice-bowing feature Gaza Mon Amour — has been injured after allegedly being shot by Israel police…

The Black List and Google Assistant Announce Recipients for Storytelling Fellowship

Five fellows for the 2020-21 Black List and Google Assistant Storytelling Fellowship were announced Monday. The program will provide financial and creative support to five writers in the

How Celebrities Are Joining Relief Efforts for India During COVID-19 Crisis

As India faces one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the world, more celebrities are stepping up to use their platforms to raise funds and drive relief efforts. On the heels of reports that…

Four Ex-Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on U.S. Civil Rights Charges in George Floyd Death

A federal grand jury has indicted the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd’s arrest and death, accusing them of willfully violating the Black man’s constitutional…

Tribeca Festival Unveils Games Lineup Including Annapurna Interactive’s ‘Twelve Minutes’

The 2021 Tribeca Festival on Thursday unveiled the lineup of eight video games joining as official selections. Among them is Twelve Minutes from developer Luis Antonio and publisher…

Filmmaker Raoul Peck on Hollywood’s Race Reckoning: “We Can Keep Denying Reality or We Can Act Upon It” (Guest Column)

The recent verdict in Mr. George Floyd’s assassination case was a relief, but it also marks the harrowing perpetuation of past injustices that keep Black people in a state of constant anger

USC Games Launches Endowment Fund for Black and Indigenous Students

USC Games on Thursday unveiled the Gerald A. Lawson Endowment fund to support Black and Indigenous students who wish to pursue undergraduate or graduate degrees in video game design and computer

The Hollywood Reporter Website Reveals New Look as Part of a Major Digital Redesign

The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday relaunched its website, which has been redesigned to provide audiences with unparalleled access to the latest in entertainment news. The relaunched <a href="http://HollywoodReporter.com"…

Tribeca Festival Reveals Inaugural Podcasts Program

The audio selections include a talk between Jason Reitman and 'Radiolab's' Jad Abumard and a preview of Apple TV+'s Siegfried & Roy podcast.

Michael Jackson’s Likeness Valued at $4.1 Million in Big Tax Court Win for Estate

The executors of the estate say the decision is "a huge, unambiguous victory for Michael Jackson’s children."