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Networks: American Sniper 'Igniting Debate' as It 'Glorifies Killing'?

All three network morning shows on Tuesday spun American Sniper as controversial and possibly as a movie that "glorifies killing." ABC, CBS and NBC played up attacks by Michael ...
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Variety Editor Laughably Claims Hollywood 'Likes to Avoid Politics'

On Monday's Today, while discussing celebrities at Sunday's Golden Globes expressing solidarity with the French following a series of terrorist attacks, Variety magazine senior editor Ramin ...
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NBC Nightly News Allows Correspondent Maria Shriver to Report on Her Own Movie

During Tuesday’s NBC Nightly News, one of the segments focused on a movie set to be released in theaters January 16 starring Julianne Moore as a woman faced with Alzheimers. While the movie, ...
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CBS and NBC Skip Liberal Hollywood's Race Jokes About Obama

CBS and NBC on Wednesday and Thursday ignored the revelation that a hacking attack has exposed liberal Hollywood executives making racial jokes about Barack Obama. Only ABC's Good Morning ...
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Media, Lefty Outlets Wrong about “Interstellar” and Climate Change

From national newspapers to niche publications, global warming routinely connected to ‘vague’ new Nolan film. 
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Affleck and Damon Team for Anti-Corporate SyFy project

‘Incorporated’ series will be ‘thriller set in a world where corporations have seemingly unlimited power.’
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Kristen Stewart: ‘Judging the Detainees at Guantanamo Bay is ‘F*cking Evil’

‘Camp X-Ray’ movie bashes military, humanizes terrorists.
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‘Lord Of The Rings’ Star: Right-Wing News ‘Appallingly Shallow And Manipulative’

Fox News is so terrible it’s ‘like a horror movie.’
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'Obvious Child' not About Abortion, Claims 1,700-Word Article on Abortion

Daily Beast praises abortion comedy while scolding Hollywood for not being pro-abortion enough.
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Believers and Nonbelievers to Hollywood: Stay with Bible or We Stay Home

Poll shows audiences value Biblical, historical accuracy.
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