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Watch: Jeff Bridges, Amy Schumer, Ryan Reynolds Dramatize Story of Honduran Illegal Immigrant Mother

Actors and entertainers, including Amy Schumer, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Franco, Ryan Reynolds, Glenn Close, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jeff Bridgess collaborated on the ACLU video, reading aloud the story of a Honduran asylum-seeker named Miriam who was taken into federal custody after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Subsequently, her minor child was temporarily separated from her.


Joss Whedon Assembles ‘Avengers’ Stars for Anti-Trump Ad

Writer-director Joss Whedon has assembled his Avengers cast — and a bevy of other Hollywoods stars — for an anti-Donald Trump campaign ad released Wednesday timed to the launch of his Save the Day PAC, which encourages Americans to vote on Election Day.

'The Interview' makes over $15 million in online sales, pirated as much as paid for

‘The Interview’ Review: Seth Rogen Punishes North Korea and the Audience

Outside the context of the cyber-terrorist and terrorist-terrorist threats that almost killed it, “The Interview” is par for the Seth Rogen course: crude, cruder, sporadically funny, and ultimately not worth the 112 minute investment. Give Rogen credit, though, he didn’t


James Franco Thanks Obama for Saving ‘The Interview’

After a long hiatus on social media, the two comedy celebrities featured in the controversial movie The Interview celebrated Sony’s decision to release the film on Christmas as originally planned.

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New York Theater to Hold Live Reading of ‘The Interview’ Script

New York’s Treehouse Theater announced that they will present a live reading of The Interview screenplay two days after Christmas, reports Variety.  The venue is offering free admission to the Dec. 27 event, which will be held at the theater in midtown.

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Ravens QB Flacco to Obama: ‘It’s James Franco’

After President Barack Obama referred to actor James Franco as “James Flacco” during a Friday press conference, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco immediately chimed in on Twitter, reminding Obama that he confused “The Interview” actor with the quarterback.