Dozens of journalists invoked a classic snobby line of attempted high-brow crticism, comparing former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "unexciting" Wednesday testimony to a book that's better than the movie.
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The film, based on a true story, follows a former KKK member who is taken in by a black pastor in the south.
Margot Robbie stars as Sharon Tate in the director's new film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
The "Long Shot" actor was the men's magazine's June/July cover star.
The movie hits theaters September 12, almost exactly four years after the sixth and final season on TV premiered.
"I think it's easier to just say 'I'm not a fan. That comedy isn't for me."
"We enforce the Twitter Rules impartially for all users," a Twitter spokesperson tells Newsweek.
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"Do you know how embarrassing this is?" movie-goer Larry Shelton, 40, said.
The online media giant said it would be collaborating with SK Global Entertainment, the production outfit behind "Crazy Rich Asians."
"Racists don't make out with the race that they hate, especially in the way he does with his tongue—so deep down her throat."
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The mother told police officers that the suspect contacted her to try to convince her not to press charges.
Twitter users had a ball coming up with creative takes of famous movie titles to poke fun of the president.
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"Aquaman" isn't ignoring Arthur Curry's Polynesian heritage.
Nic Sheff nearly succumbed to meth addiction. He's now being played by Timothée Chalamet, the Oscar-nominated star of "Call Me by Your Name."