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Actor shares memories from the making of the 1991 crime thriller favorite that launched that decade's so-called 'Black film explosion.'
One of the most shocking reveals from Sunday's Oprah with Meghan and Harry was the couple's claim that when Meghan was pregnant with Archie, a senior member of the family expressed concern to Harry about how dark the child's skin may be due to Meghan being of mixed race.
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Mayim Bialik and 'Blossom' creator Don Reo have been trying to bring back the popular '90s series but have been met with resistance.
Prominent women from government, sports, business, entertainment, journalism, and culture gather on March 2, 2021, for PaleyIMPACT: Choosing to Challenge: How Women Are Leading the Way, moderated by Alicia Menendez, to discuss the role media plays in providing a platform to raise awareness, inspire, lead, and set an example for all women. Maureen Reidy, Paley Center President and CEO, offers opening comments. Panel topics include: the ongoing need for more women to become executives at major companies; how women continue to be affected by ageism; why women wanting to build a fulfilling existence must surround themselves with supportive individuals; why women's self-perception is more important than likability; how COVID-19 has resulted in women's lowest participation in the national workforce since 1978; the lessons that women in the 21st century can learn from Underground Railroad heroine Harriet Tubman; and where each of the panelists think that a similar conversation about women will focus in five years' time. Participants: Misty Copeland, Ballerina, Author, and Philanthropist; Cynthia Erivo, Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-Winning Actor, Singer, and Producer; Norah O'Donnell, Anchor and Managing Editor, CBS Evening News; Julie Foudy, espnW Writer, ESPN Soccer Commentator, and Two-Time World Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist; Val Demings, U.S. Representative from Florida; Phylicia Rashad, Actor and Director; Rita Moreno, Actor and Activist. Moderator: Alicia Menendez, Anchor, MSNBC's American Voices with Alicia Menendez. Host: Maureen Reidy, President and CEO, The Paley Center for Media.
On March 7, Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow Walker walked in the Givenchy Fall/Winter 2021 fashion show. Keep scrolling to see her stunning debut.
Ben Stansall-WPA Pool/Getty ImagesPublic opinion sharply polarized in the United Kingdom on Monday as the smoke cleared after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.On one side were those who argued Meghan and Harry’s interview was a self-indulgent tirade of unsubstantiated allegations aimed at undermining the monarchy and enhancing their own profiles. On the other stood what appeared to be a stunned, shocked and disbelieving majority, appalled at the treatment Meghan said she had endured. Nowhere was the national psychodrama clearer than on Britain’s breakfast chat show, Good Morning Britain, anchored by Meghan troll-in-chief, Piers Morgan, who led the charge for those arguing that the interview was a “disgusting slur” on the royal family.As he did so, his aghast-looking co-presenter Susanna Reid made it clear this wasn’t happening unchallenged on her watch; she angrily accused Morgan of talking over her and not taking Meghan’s allegations with the seriousness they deserved in an on-air confrontation. Another guest, racial equality activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, called Morgan “a liar and a disgrace” for his attacks on Meghan.A clip of her berating Morgan was widely shared on social media.The nation must see this! Piers Morgan getting told the truth 👏 #GMB #HarryandMeghanonOprah pic.twitter.com/blA4wl2gJa— Jamie Bolton (@JamieBolton) March 8, 2021 In a later panel on the show, British TV star Trisha Goddard also held Morgan to account over his suggestion that the comments about Archie’s skin color might not have been racist.Morgan claimed that “most families” might have a conversation about a new baby’s skin colour and tried to say that it was “curiosity” rather than racism.But Goddard told him: “Why is everybody else such an expert about racism against Black people. I’m sorry Piers, you don’t get to call out what is and isn’t racism against Black people. You can call out all the other stuff you want, but leave the racism stuff to us, ok?”.@TrishaGoddard says @piersmorgan can call out whatever he wants but he doesn’t get to say what ‘is and isn’t racism against black people.'He responds he's calling out Meghan's 'incendiary charge of racism against the Royal Family'. Watch GMB👉https://t.co/6iQ6ebeOEQ pic.twitter.com/LhIeVrcKwx— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) March 8, 2021 Morgan views were broadly summarized by a number of tweets he sent after the broadcast, writing: “I expect all this vile destructive self-serving nonsense from Meghan Markle,” and, “I wouldn’t believe Meghan Markle if she gave me a weather report.”The British opposition Labour party called for an investigation into the allegations of racism. Kate Green said the accusations by Meghan during an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired in the U.S. on Sunday were “really distressing, shocking.”Green told Sky News: “If there are allegations of racism then I would expect them to be treated by the palace with the utmost seriousness, and fully investigated.”Asked if the palace needed to respond to the claims, Green said: “I’m sure that the palace will be thinking very carefully about that, and I certainly think people will be wondering what is going to be said. But there’s never any excuse, in any circumstances, for racism, and I think it is important that action is taken to investigate what are really shocking allegations.”There has been no official government response to the interview so far. Vicky Ford, the Conservative government’s minister for children, who was undertaking a broadcast round to talk about the full reopening of schools in England, told the BBC she had not seen the interview.Ford added: “There’s no place for racism in our society and we all need to work together to stop it.”Conservative MP Andrea Jenkyns tweeted: “Today’s Commonwealth Day gives us all another reminder of Her Majesty’s long life of service and duty, continuing to work for us all despite her husband being in hospital. Britain stands with our Queen.”Fellow Conservative MP Michael Fabricant said: “Every family is dysfunctional one way or another. The holder of every high position will have personal little secrets they want hidden. We are all human. Only HM Queen seems to float selflessly above it all.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
They spent lots of time giving their side of many of the tabloid stories that have circulated about them since they got together.
Jason Sudeikis accepted the Critic’s Choice Award for "Ted Lasso" after the series won best comedy series during the ceremony on Sunday night.
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Oprah was nearly left speechless in the wide-ranging, deeply personal interview.
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Prince Charles also made a public appearance for Commonwealth Day ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey
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Ava DuVernay also questioned the Hollywood Foreign Press after the organization, plagued by scandal, announced inclusion efforts on social media.
Before Prince Harry and Meghan's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey Sunday evening, the queen has a message of her own.