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The social media platform was taken down after Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol, and now a Washington federal court finds the public interest isn't served by forcing Amazon to host "incendiary speech."
01/21/2021 by Eriq Gardner
The streamer has announced almost $500,000 of investments to support under-represented British talent from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
01/21/2021 by Alex Ritman
Standing before a reduced, socially-distanced crowd, all surrounded by a militarized U.S. Capitol, the commander-in-chief offered a stark contrast of his version of America than that of his predecessor four years ago.
01/20/2021 by Ryan Parker
The collaborators on 'Three Identical Strangers' at at work on the stranger-than-fiction film about a real-life stolen baby mystery.
01/14/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Gaga performed the national anthem at Wednesday's swearing-in ceremony, while Lopez delivered a medley of "This Land Is Your Land" and "America the Beautiful." Brooks led the crowd in a verse of "Amazing Grace."
01/20/2021 by Kirsten Chuba
Nicolas Cage hosts a Netflix comedy series looking at the origins and applications of six beloved obscenities.
01/05/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
The project is based on a series of novellas by author George R.R. Martin.
01/21/2021 by Rick Porter
Polish Oscar Contender's Directors on Breaking the Rules, Casting 'Stranger Things' Star Alec Utgoff
"We took the risk of making a film that's not based on some direct, straight-forward story," say directors Malgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert about 'Never Gonna Snow Again,' a social satire about an enigmatic masseur with mystical powers.
01/21/2021 by Scott Roxborough
Harris was sworn in as the first female vice president — and the first Black woman and person of South Asian descent to hold the position — in a moment steeped in history and significance.
01/20/2021 by the Associated Press
Kamala Harris and a stunning poem from Amanda Gorman were the main attractions, but even Biden's platitude-heavy speech was refreshing after years of Trumpian solipsism and stupidity.
01/20/2021 by Daniel Fienberg
'Burning Sands' director Gerard McMurray is set to helm the Formula One crime drama.
01/25/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Sharp undertook a garden redo for the first-time L.A. homeowner that turned a forgotten hillside into a three-tiered usable and beautiful space.
01/23/2021 by Alexandria Abramian
Pack, a conservative documentary filmmaker and confidant of former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, had only been CEO of the agency since June of last year, but during his short tenure he fired the heads of its news outlets and replaced agency veterans with conservative loyalists.
01/20/2021 by Alex Weprin
Chinese Blockbuster's Similarity to Fox's 'Fault in Our Stars' Ignites Debate Over Derivative Work (Exclusive)
Cancer drama 'A Little Red Flower' has touched the hearts of local filmgoers and earned $167 million, but an official paper trail in Beijing appears to show how the movie grew out of Fox's 2016 efforts to produce a licensed remake of its Shailene Woodley-starring hit.
01/13/2021 by Patrick Brzeski, Kim Masters
The late-night host noted that the day, which saw Joe Biden and Kamala Harris sworn-in as President and Vice President, "felt like a return to normalcy," even though so much of it was abnormal because everyone was wearing masks.
01/20/2021 by Trilby Beresford