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Watch: The Cast of “Orange is the New Black” on Inspiration and Inebriation in Times Talk

June 27, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

At this point, the cast members of “Orange is the New Black” have become known names in the industry, and their careers have taken on…

Activist Actress Sues Sony for Retaliation

June 27, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Soap opera actress Victoria Rowell will move forward with her lawsuit against Sony Pictures Television, according to The Hollywood Reporter…

Gospel Singer Mavis Staples To Be Honored by Kennedy Center

June 27, 2016 by Laura Berger

Living legend Mavis Staples is set to be honored by the Kennedy Center, making her the second gospel singer to be recognized in the award’s…

WestEnd Launches Brand Targeting Female Audiences with Film from Agnieszka Holland

June 27, 2016 by Laura Berger

Female audiences are under-served and underestimated, and WestEnd Films, an international film sales and finance house, is doing something…

Trailer Watch: Kate Mara Attempts to Control Anya Taylor-Joy’s “Morgan”

June 27, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Anya Taylor-Joy burst onto the scene earlier this year in the creepy yet subtle horror movie “The Witch” and seemed destined for stardom…

Erin Moriarty and Danika Yarosh Join Helen Hunt for Sports Movie “Live Like Line”

June 27, 2016 by Casey Cipriani

Erin Moriarty and Danika Yarosh have been cast in the upcoming volleyball film “Live Like Line,” Deadline reports, with Helen Hunt playing…

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