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  • Streamy Awards 2019: The Complete Winners List December 14, 2019
    The 9th annual Streamy Awards – honoring the best from YouTube and online video – were held Friday night in Beverly Hills. Tana Mongeau was named Creator of the Year by fans while “Good Mythical Morning” won Show of the Year. David Dobrik picked up multiple Streamys, including Best Director and Ensemble Cast (“Vlog Squad”). […]
    Stuart Oldham
  • ‘The Blacklist’ Bosses on Delivering the ‘Really Intense Family Drama That We’ve Been Promising for Seven Years’ December 14, 2019
    SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Katarina Rostova,” the midseason seventh season finale of “The Blacklist.” Since “The Blacklist” began it has been building towards a confrontation between Agent Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) and her biological mother, Katarina Rostova (Laila Robbins). That promised confrontation was front-and-center in […]
    Danielle Turchiano
  • Here’s Who’s Raising Money in Hollywood for Pete Buttigieg December 14, 2019
    The Pete Buttigieg campaign released its top bundlers on Friday evening, as it continues to open up its fundraising process to media scrutiny. Buttigieg released the names of 157 members of his “investors circle,” each of whom has raised at least $25,000 for his campaign. Buttigieg is now the most prolific fundraiser in Hollywood, with […]
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  • Rain Phoenix Joins Pete Yorn for ‘Relator,’ Originally Sung With Scarlett Johansson (Watch) December 14, 2019
    Ten years before “Señorita,” another famous twosome recorded a romantic duet together: Pete Yorn and Scarlett Johansson, who joined forces on “Relator.” It was the first single from an entire album of collaborations, 2009’s “Break Up,” which was inspired by the songs of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot, but fans hardly ever got to hear […] […]
    Shirley Halperin
  • Film Review: ‘Chez Jolie Coiffure’ December 14, 2019
    Shortly before the credits roll on “Chez Jolie Coiffure,” a customer in the eponymous hair salon asks her stylist, Sabine, if she has any plans to go home this year. Out of context, this sounds like the kind of standard, empty small talk one often makes while having one’s hair cut: what good movies you’ve […]
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  • ‘Reef Break’ Canceled After One Season at ABC December 14, 2019
    “Reef Break” will not be back for a second season at ABC. The series debuted back in June on the broadcaster and aired 13 episodes, with the finale airing on Sept. 13. It starred Poppy Montgomery as Cat Chambers, Ray Stevenson as Jake Elliot, Desmond Chiam as Wyatt Cole, Melissa Bonne as Ana Dumont and […]
    Joseph Otterson
  • Jeff Shell: Who Is the NBCUniversal Heir Apparent? December 14, 2019
    Analytical, decisive, loyal, fair, empowering. Those are just a few of the choice words industry insiders who have worked with incoming NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell — set to succeed current chief exec Steve Burke, as Variety exclusively reported — use to describe the longtime media exec.  On Universal’s North Hollywood lot, many insiders who work […] […]
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  • Who Votes for the Golden Globes? A Hollywood Foreign Press Association Explainer December 14, 2019
    Each year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association hands out Golden Globe Awards to the top movies and TV shows of the year. While the Oscars are voted on by thousands of members of the motion picture industry, those who vote on the Golden Globes awards are much less well known. Here’s a FAQ on just […]
    Pat Saperstein
  • How Costumes Convey the Story in ‘The Irishman,’ ‘Dolemite’ and ‘Downton Abbey’ December 14, 2019
    A screenplay’s words are one thing. The director’s visual choices in framing scenes are another. Ruth E. Carter, who won an Oscar earlier this year for her “Black Panther” costume design, “You can’t tell the story in a movie without a costume. A good costume supports the performance and the script. You just go along […]
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  • The 10 Best Netflix Movies of 2019 December 14, 2019
    This time last year, Netflix estimated that it would release 90 original movies in 2019. At the time, the number seemed outrageous: That’s more than four times the number Warner Bros. made in the same 12-month period — and more than any human would ever care to watch. Guess what: Turns out that 90 was a […]
    Peter Debruge

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  • Satellite evades 'day of reckoning' to discover puzzling weather phenomenon on Jupiter December 14, 2019
    At first glance, these newly released images by NASA may look like lava churning in the heart of a volcano, but they reveal otherworldly storm systems whirling in a way that surprised scientists. The swirls in the photos are cyclones around Jupiter's south pole, captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft on Nov. 3, 2019. Juno has...
  • Snowfall causes chaos on highways and byways throughout America December 14, 2019
    Temperatures have fallen, snow has accumulated, ice has stuck and drivers have crashed. As a result, hundreds of drivers from the Northwest to the mid-Atlantic have found themselves, and their vehicles, in places other than their lanes. The wintry weather is a part of a persistent stormy pattern that could bring more trouble in the...
  • The 2019 US tornado season included an 'extraordinary' occurrence December 13, 2019
    A pair of unforgettable tornadoes bookended the 2019 U.S. tornado season, which is effectively over; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has no reports of tornadoes so far in December. The U.S. tornado season typically runs from March through November or sometimes into early December, although tornadoes can occur at any time.   The yea […]
  • Heavy, gusty storms to rattle Florida, Georgia into Friday night December 13, 2019
    While an outbreak of severe weather is not anticipated, storms capable of producing strong gusts and flash flooding will pester parts of the southeastern United States into Friday night. The thunderstorms are part of a large and strengthening storm that is producing an expanding swath of heavy rain in the eastern third of the nation....
  • Wintry storm to unleash snow, ice and rain as it marches across 2,000-mile stretch of US December 13, 2019
    AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring for a parade of storms to sweep across the country throughout the middle of the month, and the next one in line threatens to deliver a dose of wintry weather to more than 100 million Americans over a three- to four-day period. A cross-country storm is set to bring enough...
  • Threat of damaging winds will return to parts of northern Europe this weekend December 13, 2019
    Some of the same European countries battered by strong winds earlier this week will be bracing for more this weekend, while other regions will get their first dose. A storm will sit over Scotland on Saturday and send some pulses of gusty winds from southern Ireland and France to the Baltic States into Monday. “Overall,...
  • Most active early flu season since 2003 already 'wreaking havoc' in US December 13, 2019
    The 2019-2020 flu season follows two straight unusually bad flu seasons. Unfortunately, two key indicators show this year could be more of the same.  First, "This season is off to an early start, earlier than any season this decade," Dr. Bryan Lewis, professor at the University of Virginia, who works in a research partnership with...
  • Ferocious storm toppled a famous shoreline landmark earlier this month December 13, 2019
    Photographers and crowds looking for the perfect shot will have to find a new icon to admire after a storm destroyed this beloved sea stack.
  • Forecasters monitoring potential for major winter storm that could impact Colorado to Maine December 12, 2019
    As the holiday shipping and travel season ramps up, millions of Americans could be dealt an unwanted offering from Old Man Winter. Forecasters say a cross-country storm system could follow multiple paths in the coming days, and depending on which way it unfolds, several major cities could be hit by accumulating and travel-disrupting snow. Typically...
  • Stormy weather to slam Eastern Mediterranean through the weekend December 12, 2019
    Two storms will travel across the eastern Mediterranean Sea, spreading flooding rainfall and snow from Greece and Turkey to Iraq. Wet weather first stretched from southern Greece to Syria on Thursday evening and is expected to spread inland across the Middle East into Friday. Parts of Syria, Iraq and even western Iran will end up...

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