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MTV Awards: Mark Wahlberg Pays Tribute to America, Palm Sunday

"This is America and anything is possible… It is a great weekend for a lot of people. Manny Pacquiao won last night, Bubba Watson, a great lefty won last night, and it’s also Palm Sunday, so God bless you all. I love the Lord, I love you guys, I love my wife and my family, thank you guys." Apr 14, 2014 12:12 PM PT

Michael Isikoff Exits NBC News

Michael Isikoff, the left-wing journalist most famous for getting scooped on The Story of the Decade by Matt Drudge, is exiting NBC News. The Washington Post's Erik Wemple confirmed the report Friday. Isikoff told The New York Times: “[I]t was increasingly clear [NBC News was] moving in directions in which there were going to be fewer opportunities for my work." Apr 14, 2014 11:30 AM PT

How Paramount Blew It with 'Noah'

"Noah" could not hold on to the promise of its boffo opening weekend because it is a bait-and-switch flick that was only able to sucker The Faithful for a few days. After word got out that "Noah" is nothing close to the story of Noah but really an anti-God epic filled with nonsensical pieces of Kabbalah, Gnosticism, and environmental lunacy, the box office collapsed. Apr 14, 2014 8:55 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Items

"Noah" could not hold on to the promise of its boffo opening weekend because it is a bait-and-switch flick that was only able to sucker The Faithful for a few days. After word got out that "Noah" is nothing close to the story of Noah but really an anti-God epic filled with nonsensical pieces of Kabbalah, Gnosticism, and environmental lunacy, the box office collapsed. Apr 14, 2014 8:22 AM PT

Charlton Heston Gets a Postage Stamp

The Hollywood Reporter's Paul Bond reports that during a ceremony at the legendary Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Oscar-winner Charlton Heston became only the 18th person honored in the U.S. Postal Service's "Legends of Hollywood" series. The first class stamp is a painting of a photograph taken by the Second Amendment champion's widow, Lydia Clarke Heston. Apr 12, 2014 7:44 AM PT

Box Office: Anti-God 'Noah' Dives, 'God's Not Dead' Soars

In its second weekend, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is in a fight for the top spot with new release "Rio 2." Both sequels are circling $40 million-plus weekends. No surprise there. But proving you can only fool people for so long, in its third weekend, director Darren Aronofsky's creepy attempt to fool the public into believing his anti-God "Noah" was a biblical tale ran aground with a paltry $7.1 million weekend. Apr 12, 2014 6:57 AM PT

Dozens Hit By Layoffs at Al Jazeera America

Dozens of Al Jazeera America employees were laid off after the ratings-challenged network decided to close down its sports bureau and reduce "The Stream" from a daily to weekly show. The network attempted to put the best spin possible on the lay-offs to the Hollywood Reporter, but after a reported initial investment of over a half-billion dollars and a launch seven months ago, the network's ratings are still so low they sometimes cannot be measured. Apr 11, 2014 10:41 AM PT

Model Heidi Klum Accused of "Cultural Appropriation"

Super model Heidi Klum dressed up in a feather head dress and put some war paint on her face. She is now being accused of some new politically correct thoughtcrime called "cultural appropriation." It has to be a thoughtcrime because we all know that her intentions were totally unlike Kevin Costner's in "Dances With Wolves" -- a whitey who "honored" Indian with feathers and war paint. Apr 11, 2014 9:50 AM PT

Kyle Smith: Colbert Is Not Funny

I had to laugh as some of the commenters on yesterday's Top 5 actually freaked out after I pointed out how low Colbert's ratings are and that "The Colbert Report" is regularly beat by Adult Swim. Apr 11, 2014 9:41 AM PT

Left-Wing Muppets are Box Office Toast

The box office chickens have really come home to roost for Disney's The Muppets. The divisive political partisanship that stunk up their re-launch a couple of years ago, has caught up to them in a fierce way with "Muppets Most Wanted."  After 20 days in release, the sequel has grossed only $41 million. The budget was $50 million, not including a probable $25 to $40 million promotion budget. Apr 11, 2014 9:40 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 Stories

Sorry, but Colbert is the "Girls" of Late Night: low-rated but made to seem bigger than he really is because elites love leftism and confirmation of their own biases. Colbert is not America's comedian, he is a Jester to the State and the elites that protect and feed off of The State. Apr 11, 2014 9:22 AM PT

Deputies Kill Aspiring TV Producer By Mistake

The Los Angeles Times reports that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has admitted to mistakenly shooting and killing 30 year-old John Winkler, an aspiring television producer. Winkler, 30, was shot after he rushed out of an apartment. Three deputies thought he was a stabbing suspect who had held people hostage and fired. Apr 11, 2014 4:13 AM PT

In New Showtime Doc Celebs Pretend Global Warming's Real & To Care About Texas

Hollywood big shots James Cameron, Harrison Ford, Don Cheadle, and Matt Damon will pretend to care about Texas in a nine-part Showtime miniseries that also pretends Global Warming is real. "Years of Living Dangerously," which was apparently too stupid even for HBO, begins its broadcast Sunday night. Apr 10, 2014 1:35 PM PT

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